Miss Roy is a leading Oncoplastic Breast Surgeon in the UK, available to consult for all aspects of breast problems. She is a very experienced surgeon specialising in breast diseases and cosmetic breast surgery. The consultations are carried out in a calm, friendly atmosphere with an endeavour to achieve best outcomes.
Miss Roy is the senior Oncoplastic Breast Surgeon at Oxford University Hospitals having introduced and established a high quality oncoplastic unit for treatment of breast cancer, with active engagement in clinical trials and research. She offers private consultations at Nuffield Health The Manor Hospital and Genesis Care at Oxford.
She offers specialist surgical techniques to patients with breast cancer that includes partial and total breast reconstruction to optimise the oncological and aesthetic outcomes. She is widely published and an accomplished trainer in oncoplastic breast surgery nationally and internationally.
She undertakes cosmetic procedures including breast reduction, breast lift, breast augmentation and surgery for male breast enlargement (gynaecomastia).
WHAT THEY SAY ABOUT HER: According to one surgeon: ‘She’s young, engaging, technically outstanding and with huge energy. She also has a good aesthetic eye and has developed a technique for partial breast reconstruction i.e., lumpectomy and sculpting the remaining tissue, taking tissue from elsewhere, to achieve excellent results.
Another says: ‘She does wonderful work with the LICAP flap'
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I am grateful to Miss Roy for her kindness, honesty, reassuring manner and excellent skills. I would never wish breast cancer on anyone but should they find it befalls them and they have you as their surgeon, they will be quick to realize that they have one of the best, who will do all in her power to make them well again. I sincerely thank you for giving my life back.