Demetrius Evriviades is a Consultant Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon at the Royal Centre for Defence Medicine and the New Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham.
He is a graduate of Liverpool University and undertook specialist Plastic Surgery Training in Oxford and the East Midlands Regions. He has also completed advanced Surgical Fellowships in Cosmetic Surgery, Rhinoplasty, Occuloplastic (Eyelid) Surgery and Microsurgical Reconstruction.
He has a busy reconstructive and cosmetic surgical practice in Birmingham and the Midlands. Demetrius offers a personal, professional and friendly cosmetic surgery service, and provides the full range of cosmetic surgery procedures for the face, nose, breast and abdomen. He has a special interest in cosmetic surgery of the face and breasts.
His reconstructive interests are facial reconstruction, the treatment of facial paralysis and microvascular breast reconstruction. He holds the FRCS (Plast) Examination and is on the Specialist Register for Plastic Surgery at the General Medical Council.
As a serving Consultant Surgeon in the RAF he has served overseas in various locations, including most recently Afghanistan, at Camp Bastion Hospital, the busiest trauma hospital in the world. Not surprisingly, media interest in Demetrius' work has been high. Most recently he appeared in a BBC3 documentary "My Boyfriend, the War Hero", and has recently been interviewed by the Royal College of Surgeons of England about his work reconstructing casualties of war. He is part of a team that was awarded the NHS Chief Executive's Special Recognition Award for Leadership 2010.