Dr. Sadideen in the media
It is always an honour when our work is highlighted by the media and press. We are especially pleased when this translates into benefits for patients, and when this reaches the wider community. Please read on to see some of the latest work Dr. Sadideen has featured in.
With non-surgical rhinoplasty on the rise (especially on Tik-Tok), Mr. Sadideen discusses the procedure in greater detail-- including expectations, results and aftercare. Mr. Sadideen performs both non-surgical and surgical rhinoplasty, helping patients select the most appropriate treatment.
"Is it bad not to wear a bra?" In this article, Mr. Sadideen discusses breast anatomy and the factors that can lead to breasts "drooping", such as pregnancy and breast-feeding. The role of a correctly fitted bra to support heavier breasts is described, in addition to the implications of going bra-less.
"Thinking about having some work done? The five things this plastic surgeon wants everyone to know" Mr. Sadideen was interviewed by leading health editor Anna Hodgekiss. He discusses the importance of assessing patient expectations and motives for surgery. He also discusses surgical scars and explains the notion of selfie distortion.
As part of a feature on "plastic surgery gone wrong" (whereby a model/influencer underwent 5 operations in one day), Mr. Sadideen was asked about the effects of smoking and supplements peri-operatively. He explains how smoking can negatively impact wound healing and increase surgical complications, and which supplements to avoid before surgery.
As part of a feature on "plastic surgery gone wrong" (whereby a model/influencer underwent 5 operations in one day), Mr. Sadideen was asked about the effects of smoking and supplements on healing. He explains the negative effects of smoking on wound healing and blood vessels, and which supplements to avoid before surgery.
Mr. Hazim Sadideen featured again in Tatler's Beauty & Cosmetic Surgery Guide 2022. He was noted for his "subtle breast augmentations" at the Cadogan Clinic, amongst esteemed colleagues, which is a huge honour and privilege. He performs both aesthetic and reconstructive breast, body and facial surgery.
As part of a feature on "innovative treatments", Mr. Sadideen was asked about the role of leeches in plastic and reconstructive surgery. He explains the concept of venous congestion, how leeches work, the clinical scenarios where they may be used, and the precautions that need to be taken.
Mr. Sadideen was featured in a great article by Sarah Jossel. Following Marc Jacob's deep plane facelift by Dr. Jacono in New York, there has been increased media dialogue around innovations in face lift surgery, body confidence and the increased cosmetic surgery trend seen in men.
Mr. Sadideen discusses breast anatomy and the role of correctly fitted bras, especially in heavier more ptotic breasts. Some women may choose to go bra-less, and may not require any external support, especially with smaller breasts or a tighter skin/soft tissue envelope.
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Born in London, raised in the States and fluent in Arabic, Sadideen appeals to an international clientele (word of mouth has seen a steady stream of Americans making their way to his Chelsea consulting room).
Mr. Sadideen featured in Tatler's “Beauty & Cosmetic Surgery Guide 2021”. He featured in the “best for breast" category, amongst esteemed colleagues, which is a huge honour and privilege. He performs both aesthetic and reconstructive breast, body and facial surgery.
Mr. Sadideen was asked how best to rejuvenate our hands and slow down the aging process. He discussed skin care (including physiology and moisturisation), novel non-surgical options (e.g. hyaluronic acid fillers and PRP) and surgery (nanofat grafting combined with dermabrasion).
With non-surgical rhinoplasty on the rise, Mr. Sadideen discusses what the actual procedure involves, how long results last, what aftercare involves and how to maintain results. Mr. Sadideen performs both non-surgical and surgical rhinoplasty, helping patients select the most appropriate treatment.
Mr. Sadideen featured in Glamour’s round-up of top rhinoplasty surgeons in London. It is always an honour to be featured amongst esteemed colleagues. Mr. Sadideen performs both non-surgical and surgical rhinoplasty, both aesthetic and reconstructive.
Whilst at Oxford University Hospitals, Mr. Sadideen explored the role of music to reduce patient anxiety. This was in the surgical setting for patients undergoing local anaesthetic procedures (i.e. whilst awake). The results were extraordinary, as assessed physiologically and psychologically.
Mr. Sadideen’s work on music in surgery to improve the patient journey was published in the Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England. As a spokesperson for the College on this topic, he was invited to comment on other major studies in this area.
Mr. Sadideen is honoured to be called “London’s best cosmetic surgeon” by the lovely editor of Beige & Blush. She underwent treatment and described her journey in great detail including Mr. Sadideen’s philosophy and approach to non-surgical facial rejuvenation.
Mr. Sadideen explains how botulinum toxin (BOTOX) can be used to reduce sweating in unwanted areas, such as the armpits. This procedure has gained popularity in males and females. He explains how the treatment works, how long it lasts, what to expect, and the science behind its efficacy.
Mr. Sadideen explains the concept of “clammy” or “sweaty” hands. He discusses physiology, possible causes, and how sometimes more than one treatment modality may be needed. He often recommends botulinum toxin (BOTOX) for the appropriate patient.
Mr. Sadideen’s work on the role of music to “soothe” patients undergoing plastic and reconstructive surgery whilst awake received national interest. The role music can play is fascinating and this work has been extrapolated into other surgical settings to improve the patient journey.
Mr. Sadideen led a major project involving 96 patients undergoing plastic surgery under local anaesthetic. Half of these patients were played classical music. The music group reported lower anxiety levels. Other surgical disciplines have now trialled this to improve the patient journey.
Mr. Sadideen was asked about non-surgical facial rejuvenation. His careful approach to the non-surgical face lift using a range of hyaluronic acid fillers is described. He believes in building framework and often stages his treatments. The article is in Russian but can be translated via Google.
Mr. Sadideen was asked about Profhilo. This is a treatment he often uses for the treatment of the face, hands and decolletage. It helps with skin rejuvenation via collagen regeneration. He often combines this with other treatments. The article is in Russian but can be translated via Google.
Mr. Sadideen’s work exploring the role of music in surgery highlighted that patients in the classical music group reported lower anxiety. Mr. Sadideen allows patients to choose whether they want music played whilst undergoing a local anaesthetic procedure.
Mr. Sadideen’s work on music in surgery identified less stressful patients when classical music was played. He believes that music aids as a distraction to less stressful stimuli. Mr. Sadideen offers patients the choice to select music of their choice.