‘We all age but it is how we age that is important to me. Ageing does not happen evenly – it can suddenly affect even the most beautiful person. Yet why wait until you need a face-lift when I can help make you look your best every day?‘
That’s why I create bespoke life plans for patients so that we can identify and eliminate imperfections as they appear. It is a journey we go on together and I build relationships with patients that last years.‘
With the lightest of touches and minimally invasive techniques I can restore, revive and replenish – to reveal a face which is visibly younger and healthy-looking. I want to make a person look refined – and always elegant.‘
I make patients look natural; I never seek to change a person but I do seek out the latest techniques to ensure they look refreshed and vital.’
‘I am aware patients do not want to spend a long time hidden away. That’s why I perform day surgery and work on a minimal social eviction time.‘
Aesthetic surgery is a demanding profession and patient expectations are high. But I am a doctor first and a surgeon second.‘
My only concern is the patient in front of me, fulfilling their needs and managing their expectations. My work is intense; it means everything to me and is my lifelong passion.’
medical education & qualifications
2008 - present
Plastic, Aesthetic and Reconstructive Surgeon
Private Practice, GMC number 7007834, London, UK
2011 - present
Consultant Plastic Surgeon
Sloane Street, London (Cadogan Clinic)
2008 - present
Consultant Plastic Surgeon
Private Practice, Marseille, France
Diploma from the French College of Plastic, Reconstruction and Aesthetic Surgery, Collège Française de Chirurgie Plastique, Reconstructrice et Esthétique, France
DESC – Diploma of Specialist Studies in Plastic, Reconstruction and Aesthetic Surgery.
Diplôme d’étude Spécialisée Complémentaire en Chirurgie Plastique, Reconstructrice et Esthétique, France
2006 - 2008
Assistant Professor/Consultant Plastic Surgeon
Marseille University Hospital (La Conception)
DES – Diploma, Doctorate in General Surgery,
Diplôme d’Etudes Spécialisées de Chirurgie
Sixth Year Medical School Completion Certificate
Certificat de Synthèse Clinique et Thérapeutique,
Faculté de Médecine de Marseille Université de la
Masters Certificate in Biological and Medical Science.
Aix Marseille II, Physiologie, Neurosensorielle, Faculté de Médecine de Marseille, Université de la Méditerranée, France
Series D, French Lycée, Académie d’Aix-Marseille, France
to make the treatment of depressed, cutaneous scars safer and easier
The GTI (Groove Tipped Injection) Cannula® is designed as to treat depressed cutaneous scars without needing to use a sharp needle. It’s has a grooved tip that allows it to pass through the tissue smoothly, only severing the scar or higher density tissue, reducing the risk of damage to important nerves or vessels.
This makes it safer than regular subscision methods that use a sharp needle. A side port then allows for the injection of filler into the cavity area to plump and fill out the depression. Any qualified practitioner can use the GTI cannula and it fits all regular filler syringes.
As part of Mr Olivier Amar’s dedication to innovation, research and care in the field of scarring, he has created The Scar Kit, a new way for practitioners to help people with scars who may not otherwise be able to have treatment.
Mr Olivier Amar says, “Scars, particularly facial scars, can be a cause of great stigma and distress. Many people around the world are not in a position to get help from a dermatologist or plastic surgeon. I saw a clear need for a safe and effective way to be able to treat patients with minor facial defects or scars without the need to use a potentially risky needle or blade. Any trained medical practitioner can use this simple but effective kit in almost any setting. I hope it will help set more people free from the trauma of scarring.”
Mr Olivier Amar is director of research at his Sloane Street clinic, a UK Centre of Excellence in Cosmetic Surgery, which delivers research and advanced training in aesthetic procedures.
He now oversees a plastic surgery fellowship awarded by the British Association of Plastic Reconstruction and Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS) and British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgerons (BAAPS) to the Cadogan Clinic.
Fellows are fully trained plastic surgeons who work alongside clinic consultants and in conjunction with their own research will also gain experience of surgery under direct supervision by Mr Olivier Amar.
Mr Olivier Amar designed the PRP Express treatments as a non-surgical alternative to the well-known, more painful and time consuming high street version.
It is completely non-toxic and hypoallergenic, using Platelet Rich Plasma from the patient’s blood which are rich in growth factors. This is injected through a tiny cannula into deep skin tissue of the cheek, helping to rejuvenate the skin by activating its own natural defences. This in turn produces collagen and healing platelet rich plasma to heal the skin from the inside out, revealing a fresh, radiant complexion.
Mr Olivier Amar’s passion for aesthetics extends well beyond his clinic. He is dedicated to research-led work and collaborates with the world’s leading surgeons to conduct studies and examine radical new rejuvenation techniques.
Working at the forefront of research into using adult mesenchymal stem cells as a way of visibly transforming and preserving skin texture and volume through tissue rejuvenation.
For many years Mr Olivier collaborated with his father, Dr R. E. Amar who pioneered Facial Autologous Muscular Injection (FAMI) which led to Mr Olivier Amar’s particular area of interest – fat tissue transfer and stem cell development.
At the Cadogan Clinic under the direct supervision of the Clinic founder, Bryan Mayou and the Director of Research, Mr Olivier Amar.
Dr. Ernest Azzopardi – Swansea University
- Cadogan Fellowship Research Interest: A systematic review of atrophic scarring management
Mr. Kian Tjon Tan – University Hospital of South Manchester NHS Trust
- Cadogan Fellowship Research Interest: Comparing the use of ADRC-enriched fat graft (using the automated system) vs conventional fat grafts in facial volumisation and breast augmentation
Mr. Nakul Kain - Birmingham NHS Trust
- Cadogan Fellowship Research Interest: Hand Rejuvenation
Mr Shaheel Chummun, Consultant Plastic Surgeon, North Bristol NHS Trust
- Cadogan Fellowship Research Interest: The Incidence of non-surgical rejuvenation in facial aesthetic surgery
I was the BAAPS/ ScarFree Foundation Aesthetic Fellow at the Cadogan Clinic in 2017. I chose to do this fellowship at the Cadogan Clinic as it has a good track record and a good reputation.
If you are considering treatment, it is important that you schedule a consultation first. During your in-depth consultation you will have the opportunity to describe your hoped-for outcome and Mr Olivier Amar will be able to inform you about your options. Any proposed treatment will be explained in detail. This will include describing exactly what the procedure will involve, any necessary preparation and the details of your recovery.
You will be able to ask as many questions as you wish and hear about the benefits and drawbacks of any proposed procedures before you decide the next steps together.