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You know the feeling when your outsides don’t match your insides?

I have an open ear for you and can help you on your way towards the face your desire. You’ll leave with all your questions answered and the confidence you need to move forward.

What we do and why we do it

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Why you should consider cosmetic surgery from British Face Clinic?

  • Receive surgery from a specialist in cosmetic practice. Most cosmetic surgeons consider a Rhinoplasty as the most complex cosmetic procedure. Not all cosmetic surgeons are experienced to perform it with precision. Facial procedures are the sole focus of our cosmetic practice. This means we meet (and exceed) your expectations.
  • Get results you can trust. Benefit from our advanced approaches and specialised skills for facial cosmetic procedures to get the results you’ve always wanted. Because we only focus on cosmetic practices for the neck up, we leave no stones unturned to make your surgery a big success.
  • Enjoy the aftercare you deserve. Like the cosmetic procedure itself, we give equal importance to post-operative care. While you learn to accept the changes made to your nose, we’ll take utmost care of your physical and emotional recovery.

Why should you choose the British Face Clinic?

We strive to offer ethical, results-oriented, and patient-centred facial cosmetic services that keeps your wellbeing at its heart – without prioritising financial gain

Mrs. Nidhi Supriya, CEO and Practice Manager, British Face Clinic

Rhinoplasty

What do Patients have after rhinoplasty?

Affiliations and memberships

We’re proud to be associated with these reputable professional associations

Hear what our patients have to say

Our reputation rests on the experience of our patients
“Mr. Supriya operated on my daughter Mia earlier this year carrying out a septoplasty and surgery to both turbinates. I am a nurse myself and have worked for many years in the operating theatre and cosmetic industry so I am used to dealing with surgeons. Mr Supriya is an amazing person, not only a very competent surgeon but a very kind caring man who put himself out completely to help and accommodate Mia for her surgery. For the first time in 12 years Mia can breathe properly so to say we are grateful is an understatement.”
S.A., Septoplasty

“I was there for my medical examination. From setting up appointments, registration, consultation and check up process, all staff and Mrinal himself were exceptional. I would highly recommend the clinic and I am very happy with the results of my treatment.”

M. R., Deep Plane Facelift

“I have received only what I can describe as world class treatment from Mr Supriya. His care & professionalism has been a comfort for me from day one.”

A. C., Rhinoplasty

“Dr Supriya was very friendly, professional, and put me at ease straight away. He spent time talking to me about specifically what I wanted and gave me his honest advice. Consultations were always very positive, and I didn’t feel nervous for my surgery.”

K. T., Facelift
“The result from my surgery was fantastic – it was exactly what I wanted. I had an open septorhinoplasty, and as soon as I came out of surgery I could breathe much better than before. To my surprise, I didn’t experience any noticeable facial bruising or swelling at any point in my recovery.”
G. E., Septorhinoplasty

“The results were so natural-looking that no one at work could tell I had anything done! I am delighted with my experience overall, and would certainly recommend Dr Supriya to anyone interested in cosmetic surgery, particularly rhinoplasty.”

G. v.H., Rhinoplasty

“My experience has been amazing from the first consultation till the surgery and even after the surgery. The support and care given by Steve (Patient Coordinator) and my surgeon Dr Mrinal Supriya has been amazing and comforting. I am very pleased with the results so far and I couldn’t be happier.”

C. T., Septorhinoplasty

Should you go for rhinoplasty?

A quality nose job can change the way you look and feel. Go for rhinoplasty if –
The shape of your nose makes you feel self-conscious

You feel your nose is too big or too small for your face. A little crooked to one side, maybe a bit bulbous at the tip or perhaps it protrudes up a bit too much or has a bump in the middle. Whatever be the reason, the shape of your nose irks you. We understand that you want to feel more confident about the way you look.

Time and age have changed the way your nose looks

Sadly, nothing can escape the signs of ageing, not even the shape of your nose. As time passes and you begin to age, your nose can transform. You don’t want the tip of your nose to look limp or hanging. Just like your youthful personality, you want to look younger on the outside too.

You’re unhappy with the results of your previous procedure

All you wanted from your rhinoplasty was a natural-looking nose, but the results didn’t turn out the way you had imagined. The changes were obvious to everyone who saw your nose, so you felt even more self-conscious than before and started to lose confidence. Now, you want your confidence back.

Take the first step towards a more youthful you

Get a video consultation where you’ll meet expert facial surgeon, Mr Mrinal Supriya, from the comfort of your home and get up to speed on your options

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Mr Mrinal Supriya | Facial Cosmetic Surgeon

FRCS (OTOL-HNS), MRCS Ed, DO-HNS, MS in ENT, MBBS

About the expert

Mr Mrinal Supriya is a Consultant ENT Head and Neck Surgeon with a special interest in facial cosmetic surgery. He is among 30 cosmetic surgeons who are members of the Royal College of Surgeons’ voluntary registration scheme – a professional body that works to advance surgical practice and patient care.

Mr Surpriya has previously worked in top hospitals around the world including the UK, Australia and the USA. He has also spent time with Dr Andrew Jacono who has been named one of the top plastic surgeons in the USA.
In the UK, Mr Supriya has worked as an ENT Consultant at Northampton General Hospital & St. George’s University Hospital, London as well as Ninewells University Hospital, Dundee.

Mr. Supriya’s clinical interests are minimal-access facial cosmetic procedures with a further expertise in Deep Plane Facelift and Rhinoplasty. By focusing his cosmetic practice solely to the face, Mr Supriya has developed super-specialised skills and achieved extremely reliable results with high patient satisfaction.

Mr. Supriya is able to provide comprehensive expertise that can only come from super specialisation: eyelid rejuvenation, nose job, endoscopic brow, face and neck lift, lip rejuvenation, cheek rejuvenation, ear surgery, chin surgery, buccal fat pad resection and skin treatments.

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More information about me

Below you’ll find the highlights of my professional CV

Mr Mrinal Supriya

Facial Cosmetic Surgeon

FRCS (OTOL-HNS), MRCS Ed, DO-HNS, MS in ENT, MBBS

My clinical interests are minimal access facial cosmetic procedures with a special interest in Deep Plane Facelift and rhinoplasty. By focusing my cosmetic practice on the face, I have developed super-specialised skills that achieve extremely reliable results and high patient satisfaction.

My training and work experience in the UK, Australia and the USA, makes me one of the best trained facial cosmetic surgeons practising in England.

United Kingdom

  • ENT Consultant and clinical lead for ENT and Head and Neck Cancer service for Northamptonshire
    Northampton General Hospital
  • ENT/Head and Neck Consultant (Hon)
    St. George’s University Hospital, London
  • ENT / Head and Neck Consultant
    Ninewells University Hospital, Dundee (2012-2013)
  • ENT Specialist Registrar – 2005 to 2012
    Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Inverness, UK

USA

  • Head and Neck / ENT Surgical Fellow – 2013 to 2014
    Wayne State University, Michigan, USA

Australia

  • ENT and Head & Neck surgical fellow – 2010 to 2011
    Peter MacCallum centre, Melbourne, Australia
    Surgical Training in United Kingdom

India

  • Head and neck /ENT Residency – 2001 to 2014
    Civil Hospital & B.J. medical college and Gujarat Cancer Research Institute

My clinical interests are minimal access facial cosmetic procedures with a special interest in Deep Plane Facelift and rhinoplasty. By focusing my cosmetic practice on the face, I have developed super-specialised skills that achieve extremely reliable results and high patient satisfaction.

I am amongst the few British surgeons trained and accredited to offer minimal access EARFOLD technique for the treatment of prominent ears.

I also provide the latest surgical procedures for the management of thyroid disease, minimal access ear and sinus surgery, snoring and sleep apnea.
I am also amongst the few ENT surgeons trained in Da Vinci robotic surgery for the Head and neck region.

  • David Sherrit Fellowship: awarded for presentation of paper at AAO-HNS conference
    United Kingdom, 2008 and 2009
  • Silver medal in the University exam: MS (ENT),
    Gujarat University, 2004.
  • Best paper award: Decisive factors for therapeutic bronchoscopy, 2003.
  • Chief of naval staff medal: Pathology
    Pune University, 1998.
  • Research studentship: by the Indian Council of Medical Research (I.C.M.R.)
    For study on “Cellular & cultural characteristics of ascitic fluid” 1998.
  • First class grade: Second and third year professional school exams.
    Pune University, 1997 and 1999.
  • Essay prize: All India inter medical college competition
    On the topic “Confidentiality and HIV patients” 1998.

Postgraduate Qualifications
FRCS Ed (OTOL-HNS)
Intercollegiate specialty board in otolaryngology
United Kingdom, April 2009

MS (ENT)
Civil Hospital & B.J. Medical College Ahmedabad
Gujarat University

Additional Professional Qualifications
MRCS Ed
The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh
United Kingdom, February 2006
DO-HNS
The Royal College of Surgeons of England
United Kingdom, November 2005

Undergraduate Education
MB BS
Armed Forces Medical College
Pune University

United States Medical Licensing Examinations
I am ECFMG Certified (0-728-480-5)
USMLE – Step 1 Score 99, November 2007
USMLE – Step 2 MCQ Score 99, March 2008
USMLE – Step 2 Clinical Skills September 2008
USMLE – Step 3 November 2012

  • Stell & Maran’s Textbook of Head and Neck Surgery and Oncology – 2012 (Contributing Author)
    What to expect after a facelift
  • 1.Supriya M, Narasimhan V, Henderson M, Sizeland A. Managing regional metastasis in patients with cutaneous head and neck melanoma – Is selective neck dissection appropriate? American Journal of Otolaryngology. Volume 35, Issue 5, September– October 2014, Pages 610–616
  • 2.Supriya M, Ng Suat-Chin, Sizeland A. Use of positron emission tomography scanning in metastatic head and neck cutaneous squamous cell cancer: Does it add to patient management? American Journal of Otolaryngology. Volume 35, Issue 3, May–June 2014, Pages 347–352
  • 3.Karlsson TR, Shakeel M, Supriya M, Ram B, Ah-See KW. Septoplasty with concomitant inferior turbinate reduction reduces the need for a revision procedure. Rhinology. 2015 Mar;53(1):59-65. doi: 10.4193/Rhin12.059
  • 4.Asimakopoulos P, Supriya M, Kealey S, Vernham G A. A case-based discussion on a patient with non-otogenic fungal skull base osteomyelitis: pitfalls in diagnosis. The Journal of Laryngology & Otology. August 2013, 127(08): 817-821
  • 5.Supriya M, Shakeel M, Santangeli S, Ah-See K W. Controlling MRSA in head and neck cancer patients – What works? Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery. February 2009, 140 (2): 224-227
  • 6.Dhiwakar M, Clement A W, Supriya M, McKerrow W: Antibiotics to reduce post-tonsillectomy pain and morbidity. The Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2006, in Issue 1. Article Number CD005607.
  • 7.Supriya M, Shakeel M, Veitch D, Ah-See KW: Does the site of epistaxis influence patient outcomes? A prospective study. Journal of Laryngology and Otology. July 2010, 124(7): 744 -749.
  • 8.Supriya M, Denholm S, Palmer T: Seeding of Tumor Cells after Fine Needle Aspiration Cytology in Benign Parotid Tumor: A Case Report and Literature Review. TheLaryngoscope. February 2008, 118(2): 263-265.
  • 9. Supriya M, Clement A, Ahsan F, Cain A: Satisfaction with cosmesis following nasal manipulation-Do previous fractures matter? Journal of Laryngology & Otology. Sep 2006, 120 (09): 749-752
  • 10. Shakeel M, Trinidade A, Al-Adhami A, Supriya M, Kubba H: Coblation adenotonsillectomy in children. J Coll Physicians Surg Park. Sep 2012; 22(9): 579-81
  • 11. Shakeel M, Trinidade A, Al-Adhami A, Khan I, Supriya M, Khubba H: Retrospective review of three antiemetic regimens versus no therapy in the prevention of postoperative vomiting following adenotonsillar surgery. J Otolaryngology Head Neck Surg. 2012 Feb; 41 (1): 35-40
  • 12. Shakeel M, Iddamgolada T, Trinidade A, Supriya M, Ah-See KW: Routine clotting screen has no role in the management of epistaxis: reiterating the point. European Archives of Otolaryngology. April 2010, 267:1641–1644
  • 13. Supriya M, Shakeel M, Ah-See K W. Isshiki thyroplasty type 1: How I do it. ENT news. September 2008.
  • 14. Supriya M, Mcluney M, Hussain A; Blepharoplasty: How I do it. ENT News, Sep 2009 edition.
  • 15. Bhalodiya N, Supriya M, Singhania A: Anterior Jugular Phlebectasia, Indian Journal of Otolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery (ISSN 0019-5421). April-June 2004, 56(2): 123-124.
  • 16. Supriya M, Gravill P et al. Is there a role for electromyography in predicting facial disability? The Journal of International Advanced otology, Volume 5 NO 2 Supplement 2009.
  • 17. Supriya M, Gravill P et al. Predicting quality of life after unresolved facial palsy. Is it related to Sunnybrook facial grading score? The Journal of international advanced otology, Volume 5 NO 2 Supplement 2009.
  • 18. McAllister K, Supriya M, Ahsan F, McClymont L. Submandibular gland excision: does the primary surgeon’s training level affect the complication rate? Journal of Laryngology and Otology, Online abstract publication from SOS summer meeting.
  • 19. Supriya M, Patel S, Vishwakarma R: Sub-mucous fibrosis – a study of associated habits and there impact. Clinical Otolaryngology, Volume 31(6), December 2006, pp 582 [Abstract of the Autumn 2006 Meeting of the Otorhinolaryngological Research Society: Held on 29th September 2006 at the Institute of Laryngology and Otology, London, UKWrite body in place of this text.

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