Dr George Marcells is known for excellence in facial plastic surgery and is considered a true master of rhinoplasty. He performs advanced surgical techniques to restore balance and harmony to the face and can also resolve functional issues such as breathing difficulties. Many of his referrals are from other specialists.
Dr Marcells takes the time to perform a thorough consultation and tailors natural-looking and well-proportioned results to the individual.
CREDENTIALS & EDUCATION
Dr Marcells attended school at the Scots College in Sydney’s Bellevue Hill. He was Dux of the College in 1980 when he completed the HSC exams.
Dr Marcells studied medicine at Sydney University and graduated in 1986 with MBBS degree.
From 1992-5 Dr Marcells was accepted for Fellowship training in Otolaryngology (Ear Nose ...
Dr Marcells has studied for more than 18 years to achieve his highly specialised surgical qualifications. He has been in practice for over 15 years as an Ear, Nose and Throat Surgeon and Facial Plastic Surgeon.
He is a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (FRACS) and a Member of the Australian Society of Otolaryngology ...
FRACS:Fellow Royal Australasian College of Surgeons
ASOHNS:Australian Society of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery
ARS:Australian Rhinology Society
AAFPS:Australasian Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery
AMA:Australian Medical Association
AAFPRS:American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (International Member)
CPSA:Cosmetic Physicians Society of Australia
TEACHER, TRAINER, LECTURER, MENTOR
Dr Marcells is regularly invited to share his knowledge and give talks to other specialists on Facial Plastic Surgery and Rhinoplasty at cosmetic medical and surgical conferences both nationally and overseas:
He often presents at meetings of the Australasian Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery (AAFPS) ...
Dr Marcells has published a series of scientific journal articles related to functional and aesthetic outcomes in rhinoplasty surgery.
In 2010 he published a study involving 100 patients undergoing rhinoplasty. The study is among the first in the world to document the outcomes for patients from both a functional and cosmetic point of view ...