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Caroline Mills

Caroline Mills
Consultant Maxillofacial and Facial Plastic Surgeon


Practising in London, Berks and Bucks, Caroline Mills is one of only a few female Consultant Facial Surgeons in the UK. She specialises in surgery of the face, neck and jaw and has special interests in facial cosmetic surgery, orthognathic jaw and chin surgery, facial trauma, secondary surgery for patients with cleft lip and palate, and female feminisation surgery (FFS). She also provides a range of non-surgical cosmetic injectable treatments to complement her surgical practice.


Miss Caroline Mills, FDS, FRCS (Eng & Ed), FRCS (OMFS),originally trained in Dentistry at The University of Birmingham and then undertook a Medical degree at The University of Southampton before obtaining the FRCS in Surgery in General.


Her higher specialist training in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery was undertaken in London at St Georges Hospital, University College Hospital, Great Ormond Street Hospital and North West London Hospitals. She is on the specialist register for Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery.


After completing advanced surgical training Miss Mills undertook Fellowships in Craniofacial surgery at Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children and in Cosmetic Surgery at the Institute of Cosmetic and Reconstructive Surgery at The West London Clinic under cosmetic surgeons, Mr Dai Davies, Mr Nick Percival and Mr Jan Stanek.


Miss Mills has private clinics in Central London and in Berkshire and South Buckinghamshire. She also holds a substantive NHS Consultant post which is based between Northwick Park and Wexham Park Hospitals in Northwest London.


Most people are quite rightly apprehensive at the thought of having an operation for any reason. This apprehension is even more understandable for anyone contemplating surgery on the face for cosmetic reasons. The face is the window to the world for us, and the possibility of an unnatural look following surgery, or the possibility of unwanted complications mean that your choice of facial surgeon is very important.


As a specialist in surgery of the face, Miss Mills has degrees in both medicine and dentistry. She holds the general FRCS (Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons) as well as the FRCS (OMFS), the specialist FRCS exam for Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons, has undertaken nine years of training in Head and Neck Surgery as well as having undertaken fellowships in Craniofacial Surgery and Cosmetic Surgery. She has undertaken over 3000 facial plastic surgery procedures and is a trainer for non-surgical treatments having trained over 200 doctors and dentists in these techniques.

    Clinical interests

  • Miss Mills is particularly interested in cosmetic facial and orthognathic jaw and chin surgery. Trained at the Institute of Cosmetic and Reconstructive Surgery at the West London Clinic under leading cosmetic surgeon Mr Jan Stanek, Miss Mills offers the full range of surgical cosmetic procedures for the face, including facelift, rhinoplasty, eyelid surgery and fat transfer. As an experienced maxillofacial and cranial surgeon, she is also well placed to carry out facial feminisation surgery.

    Miss Mills is committed to finding the best solution for each individual patient and also offers non-surgical facial rejuvenation and anti-ageing treatments such as dermal fillers, chemical peels and wrinkle reducing Botox injections.  A guide to prices is available from The Face Surgeon website.

    Research interests

  • She has undertaken over 3000 facial plastic surgery procedures and is also a trainer for non-surgical treatments and has trained over 200 doctors and dentists in these techniques.

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