About Dominic Bray


Dominic graduated in Medicine and Surgery from the University of London in 1999 having trained at the Royal Free Hospital School of Medicine. He is fully registered with the General Medical Council (no. 4652102), a member of the European Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery, an international member of the American Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery and is a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons having passed the UK intercollegiate board exit examination in Otolaryngology, Head and Neck surgery.

He has undertaken higher specialist training in London and sub-specialises in facial plastic surgery, with a research interest in facial reanimation following facial paralysis. His published facial palsy research was honoured by the Royal Society of Medicine in 2010, after being undertaken in the USA at a Harvard affiliated centre. He conceptualised and developed the MEEI Facegram which now sets the standard for reanimation outcome reporting at the world famous Facial Nerve center in Boston, USA. The software was recently (July 2013) given to all delegates at the 12th global symposium on facial nerve surgery following a world expert panel consensus to standardise surgical outcome reporting.

He sits on the Medical Advisory board made up of leading medical professionals for Facial Palsy UK a national registered charity supporting people with facial paralysis and actively supports the charity clinically and financially.

He has further trained in the UK, Europe and United States in facial cosmetic surgery, an area in which he now exclusively operates to ensure focused expertise with one of the busiest facelift practices in the UK. He is the first and only surgeon in the UK and Europe to perform all facial plastic surgery under local anaesthesia.

He has authored and published over 25 peer reviewed medical papers and written 2 textbook chapters on facial aesthetic surgery and is an invited reviewer of manuscripts submitted to the Archives of Facial Plastic Surgery, North American Journal of Medical sciences, Clinical Otolaryngology, Journal of Laryngology and Otology and Clinical, Cosmetic and Investigational Dermatology.


Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
Urban Krav Maga
Soprano Saxophone
Rhodesian Ridgebacks
-But never at the same time!