Moorthy is a consultant oral & maxillofacial surgeon based at the Regional Maxillofacial Surgery Unit, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital & Royal Hospital for Children (Formerly known as Southern General Hospital & Yorkhill Hospital respectively) Glasgow.
Moorthy's Educational History
Moorthy completed his Royal College of Surgeons Fellowship in the UK and as a junior trainee he worked with several eminent maxillofacial surgeons at London, North Wales, Swansea & Cambridge.
He completed medical & surgical training (MBChB & MRCS) at Birmingham and was appointed to West Midland Maxillofacial specialist training programme, which lasted 5 years. During this time he has been exposed to full breadth of Cranio-facial, head & neck surgeries. This included oral/skin cancer removal, reconstruction facial trauma, facial deformity correction, microvascular surgeries of face/neck, facial cosmetic surgeries, jaw joint surgeries & implantology.
Moorthy decided to move to Scotland, where he took up a consultant post at University Hospital Crosshouse, Kilmarnock and has subsequently been appointed as a consultant surgeon with sub-specialty interest in Craniofacial, TMJ & Facial deformity surgeries at Glasgow.
In his private practice, Moorthy’s interests include full range of Maxillofacial surgery i.e. wisdom teeth/oral surgery, jaw/chin disproportions, removal of facial skin lesions/lumps, facial scar revision, facial aesthetic surgery such as Facelifts, Blepharoplasty, Rhinoplasty (Nose Jobs), Facial contouring / Reshaping.
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