Mr Titus Adams BSc MD FRCS(Plast)


Following his University training in Bristol, Titus moved to Oxford to finish his surgical and plastic surgical training.  After completion of his specialist training in Plastic Surgery, he gained his Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons FRCS(plast)in 2007.  He was awarded a microsurgical fellowship at the Royal Marsden Hospital, London in 2008 in breast reconstruction, breast aesthetics and skin cancer.   Titus was appointed as a Consultant Plastic Surgeon at the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust in 2009, based at the John Radcliffe Hospital.  His NHS specialist interests include the management of skin cancer (Melanoma, SCC and BCC) and all forms of breast reconstruction.

His early research interest included the use of VAC Therapy in both the acute human burn injury and donor site wounds, designing and validating a stand-alone Topical Negative Pressure (TNP) device to assess its effects in vivo.  He was awarded the British Burns Association Grant for 2001 in support of this work in Burns research at Stoke Mandeville Hospital, and was awarded a Duke of Kent Fellowship during his 2 year MD thesis, which was completed in 2002.

Titus completed his cosmetic surgery fellowship in 2007 and 2008 at the West London Clinic and Wimpole Street where he learnt from a number of UK experts in cosmetic surgery, including Mr. Jan Stanek. Titus attends the USA and Europe each year to maintain an up-to-date aesthetic practice.  He consults between Oxford, Berkshire and London.  Outside the operating theatre, he has a keen interest in clinical governance issues, and currently chairs the specialist surgery clinical governance committee at the Oxford University NHS Trust.  He is also involved in the teaching of junior plastic surgeons and Oxford medical and overseas students.  He teaches breast reduction and mastopexy surgery techniques at the Royal College of Surgeons England and has been a lecturer and organizer of BAAPS aesthetic training events in 2014, and in facial cosmetic surgery at Oxford in 2017.  He is a speaker in cosmetic surgery at the forthcoming 28th European Course in Plastic Surgery at Queen’s College, Oxford in September 2019.

Titus is the first plastic surgeon in the UK to introduce Plexr® Plasma treatments for the non-surgical management of upper and lower eyelid skin excess (non-surgical blepharoplasty) and crows’ feet.  He and Mr. Jan Stanek also provide Croton and TCA peels at Surgical Aesthetics. 

Titus has been officially recognised as a breast, abdomen and body-contouring expert in the independent Tatler Cosmetic Surgery Guide 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019.

Through his close friendship for over 12 years with Mr. Jan Stanek, he has become an important partner in the practice at Surgical Aesthetics.  Titus is a full member of the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS), regarded as the official UK body representing plastic surgery in the UK, and is registered on the GMC specifically as a specialist in Plastic Surgery.

Titus has a wife and three children and remains active and healthy through skiing, golf, cycling and Pilates.

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