Dr Campbell-Lloyd

Dr Campbell-Lloyd is a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (FRACS) in Plastic Surgery, having trained in Brisbane, Adelaide, London and the Gold Coast.

Dr Campbell-Lloyd has a sub-specialist interest in microsurgery and plastic surgery of the breast.

After completing his specialist training in Plastic Surgery, Dr Campbell-Lloyd spent then spent several years with an exclusive focus on aesthetic and reconstructive breast surgery. After moving to London, Dr Campbell-Lloyd was the Senior Fellow at the prestigious Guy’s & St Thomas’ Hospitals, one of the largest cancer treatment centres in the United Kingdom.

Breast reconstruction surgery is often complex, and is best performed by surgeons with a dedication to the field. Dr Campbell-Lloyd offers all forms of breast reconstruction, including free-flap and implant based techniques. Reconstruction can be offered at the time of mastectomy or as a delayed procedure at any time after mastectomy. More recently, Dr Campbell-Lloyd has developed an interest in corrective procedures for patients with previous complicated or failed breast reconstruction procedures performed elsewhere.

Dr Campbell-Lloyd also has extensive experience performing complex cosmetic breast surgery, with a focus on revision surgery and implant-free techniques.There has been growing concern for many women about the safety of using breast implants in cosmetic breast surgery, and the ability to achieve aesthetically superior, natural results without breast implants should be an option for any patient.

Dr Campbell-Lloyd is proud to offer his patients highly specialised aesthetic and reconstructive breast surgery, with a focus on natural results.


Dr Andrew Campbell-Lloyd is a Specialist Plastic Surgeon. He is a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (FRACS, Plastic Surgery), and is a member of:

  • the Australian Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS)
  • the Australian Society for Breast Disease (ASBD)
  • the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (International member)