Dr Amir Tadros


Amir is a consultant plastic surgeon operating in Melbourne, Geelong, Ballarat and the Grampian region.

Amir holds the distinctive honour of being a triple board-certified plastic surgeon. He obtained his plastic surgery fellowship (FRACS) from the Royal Australian College in 2022, the Uk plastic surgery fellowship FRCS(Plast) in 2010 and the European Diploma in Hand and reconstructive surgery (FESSH) in 2010.

He has completed and enhanced his plastic surgery training in some of the most prestigious international units including, St Thomas's Hospital in London, the world renowned Canniesburn unit as well as Dallas and Athens to further enhance his skills in facial, abdominal and breast reconstruction. 

He has been practicing as a consultant plastic surgeon for over 10 years in one of the Uk's biggest univeristy teaching hospitals and has carried out thousands of operations successuffelly. He is among the most well-trained and sought-after plastic surgeons.

He is also heavily involved in plastic surgery education and is currently an examiner for the Royal College of Surgeons in plastic surgery and is an honorary senior clinical lecturer at Deakin University.

This unique set of qualifications and international patient experience allows him to have a broader understanding of anatomy and techniques used in all aspects of plastic surgery including:

Facial cosmetic surgery and rejuvenation


Body contouring

Abdominoplasty and Lipostuction

Breast reconstruction and Breast cosmetic surgery

Hand trauma and hand surgery including Dupuytren's, carpal tunnel, wrist arthritis and tendon transfers

Paediatric congenital hand and prominent ear correction

All aspects of skin cancer excision and reconstruction.

Amir consults in St Vincent's, Epworth Geelong, SJOG Geelong, Ballarat



Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Areas of Practice
  • Children
  • Breast
  • Hand
  • Aesthetic
  • Facial
  • Skin Cancer-Melanoma
  • Microsurgery
Consulting Rooms & Hospitals
mair street707, ballarat, VIC, 3350, Australia