TEL: 020 337 11 446 | EMAIL: info@gbaesthetics.com

TEL: 020 337 11 446 |   EMAIL: info@gbaesthetics.com

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BIO

 

Mr. Greg Bran, MD PhD, is a double-board certified Facial Plastic Surgeon, graduate of the University of Heidelberg, Germany and scholar of the European Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery (EAFPS).

He completed his advanced fellowship training in the Netherlands and the U.S. After successful completion of his board examination in Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery he returned to Germany with a sole focus on surgical and non-surgical aesthetic procedures for the face.

Several, busy years later, he has decided to move on from Germany and practice in Europe’s metropolitan heart, London.

He is a devotee of aesthetics, and has sound understanding of balancing both science and art. His work is centered around each of his patients striving for natural looking and long-lasting results that remain in harmony with the patient’s personality.

He is a regular contributor to medical literature with publications in medical journals and textbooks. He also serves as a guest reviewer for numerous Plastic Surgery Journals. Through his academic work, he regularly travels the world exchanging new ideas and techniques with unparalleled authorities around the globe.

Being a dedicated surgeon with a scientific background Mr. Bran provides the most cutting-edge and advanced treatments available. He uses ultrasonic technology (Piezo) in rhinoplasty – allowing delicate and well refined changes to the nasal contour without the need of breaking any bones.

His innovations in lip lift surgery constantly attract international clientele.

He also introduced a cytokine based facial treatment into London - NAB FAB - that effectively fights back age-related skin damage and continuously rejuvenates your face allowing a feeling close to baby skin.

Most importantly, Mr. Bran believes in humility throughout his work and will always carefully listen to his patients before offering his service with full integrity and honesty.

PHILOSOPHY

Aesthetic surgery depends on two key factors:

  • A lifetime of willingness to learn and improve as a surgeon;
  • The ability to listen and understand your patient.

 

Bran’s Core Principles:

[ + ]   Treating a patient’s face is a unique privilege, which requires ethical behavior and honesty.

[ + ]   Experience is based on specialisation. Both are the prerequisite for innovation.

[ + ]   Unrealistic or unhealthy results, desired by a patient, are the duty of the surgeon to avoid, refuse surgery if needed and inform the patient why.

[ + ]   There are no secrets to great results, excellence is based on remaining humble, staying focused and a strong work ethic.

[ + ]   Your own advancement comes with the duty to teach your peers.

PRESENTATIONS

Non-surgical management of the periorbital region. Royal Society of Medicine, London, U.K., 2018

Grafts leading to success in aesthetic rhinoplasty. European Rhinoplasty Course, Brussels, Belgium, 2018

Social media in cosmetic medicine. Hosted event by Galderma, Mannheim, Germany, 2018

Botox for facial aesthetics – Beginners workshop. Mannheim, Germany 2018

Perception of beauty – knowledge and void. National meeting of the Turkish Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, Istanbul, Turkey, 2018

Regenerative technology in grafting for aesthetic rhinoplasty. National meeting of the Turkish Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, Istanbul, Turkey, 2018

Advertising your aesthetic practice. Rejuvenation of the aging face and neck, Utrecht, The Netherlands, 2017

Introduction into hair restoration. Rejuvenation of the aging face and neck, Utrecht, The Netherlands, 2017

Botox for facial aesthetics – Advanced techniques. Mannheim, Germany 2017

Fillers in facial aesthetics – Advanced techniques. Mannheim, Germany 2017

Perception of beauty – knowledge and void. Advanced aesthetics of the face, St. Petersburg, Russia, 2017

Social media in cosmetic medicine. Advanced aesthetics of the face, St. Petersburg, Russia, 2017

Spreader grafts in aesthetic rhinoplasty. Fall Meeting of the British Society of Rhinoplasty Surgeons, Leicester, U.K., 2017

Management of the lower lateral crus in aesthetic rhinoplasty. Spring Meeting of the British Society of Rhinoplasty Surgeons, London, U.K., 2017

Management of the nasal tip in aesthetic rhinoplasty. European Rhinoplasty Course, Brussels, Belgium, 2017

Maneuvers to the cephalically malpositioned lower lateral crus in aesthetic rhinoplasty. National meeting of the Russian Society of Plastic Surgery, Moscow, Russia, 2016

Managing the difficult patient. International course in modern rhinoplasty techniques.  Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2016

An algorithm for the lower lateral crus in aesthetic rhinoplasty. International course in modern rhinoplasty techniques.  Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2016

Basic maneuvers in aesthetic rhinoplasty. Annual meeting of the European Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery, London, U.K., 2016

Management of the nasal tip in aesthetic rhinoplasty. European Rhinoplasty Course, Brussels, Belgium, 2016

Perception of beauty – knowledge and void. European Rhinoplasty Course, Brussels, Belgium, 2016

Non-surgical management of the periorbital region. Annual meeting of the North-German ENT-Society, Hamburg, Germany, 2016

Update on modern rhinoplasty. Frankfurt, Germany, 2015

Maneuvers to control tip aesthetics in modern rhinoplasty. International course in modern rhinoplasty techniques.  Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2015

Controlling the columellar scar in aesthetic rhinoplasty. International course in modern rhinoplasty techniques.  Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2015

Control of the LLC in aesthetic rhinoplasty. European Rhinoplasty Course, Brussels, Belgium, 2015

The difficult patient in aesthetic rhinoplasty. International course in modern rhinoplasty techniques.  Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2015

Postparalytic facial nerve syndrome. Annual meeting of the European Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery, Mallorca, Spain, 2014

PUBLICATIONS

Wähmann MS, Bulut OC, Bran G, Veit JA, Riedel F. Systematic review of Quality-of Life measurement after aesthetic rhinoplasty. Aesth Plast Surg 2018; published online first

Riedel F, Kovacevic M, Bran G, Alamuti N, Wurm J. Modern sustainable techniques for functional-aesthetic septorhinoplasty. Journal für Ästhetische Chirurgie. 2018; 11: 62-72

Kovacevic M, Friedman O, Riedel F, Wurm J, Bran G. Management of the cephalically malpositioned lower lateral crus in aesthetic rhinoplasty. Facial Plast Surg 2017; 33: 483-490

Kovacevic M, Riedel F, Wurm J, Bran G. Cartilage scales embedded in fibrin gel. Facial Plast Surg 2017; 33: 225-232

Lohuis PJ, Joshi A, Bran G, Datema FR, Vermeeren L. Dorsal onlay with diced homologous processed rib cartilage grafts. Aesthetic Plast Surg 2017; 41: 140-145

Bran G, Riedel F. Dome reconstruction in a rare case of alar cartilage agenesis of the middle and lateral crura. Plast Aesthet Surg 2016; 40: 685-689

Bran G, Lohuis PJ. Selective neurolysis in post-paralytic facial nerve syndrome (PFS). Aesthetic Plast Surg 2014; 38: 742-744

Bran G, Börjesson PK, Lohuis PJ. Effect of the endoscopic browlift on contractures and synkinesis of facial muscles in patients with a regenerated post-paralytic facial nerve syndrome. Plast Reconstr Surg 2014; 133: 121-129

Bran G, Hörmann K, Gosepath J. Feature article: Correction of complex facial scars (German). HNO 2013; 61: 997-1004

Datema FR, Bran G, Koot VC, Lohuis PJ. Management of an epidermoid cyst in the nasal tip of a child: aesthetic and surgical considerations. J Laryngol Otol 2013; 127: 1028-1030

Bran G, Hünnebeck S, Herr RM, Hörmann K, Stuck BA. Bipolar radiofrequency volumetric tissue reduction of the inferior turbinates: Evaluation of short-term efficacy in a prospective, randomized, single-blinded, placebo-controlled crossover trial. Europ Arch Otorhinolaryngol 2013; 270: 595-601

Lohuis PJ, Hakim S, Knobbe A, Duivesteijn W, Bran G. Split hump technique of the overprojected nasal dorsum – a statistical analysis on subjective body image in relation to nasal appearance and nasal patency in 97 aesthetic rhinoplasty patients. Arch Facial Plast Surg 2012; 14: 346-353

Bran G, Brom J, Hörmann K, Stuck BA. Auricular keloids- combined therapy with a new pressure device. Arch Fac Plast Surg 2012; 14: 20-26

Sadick H, Riedel F, Bran G. Rhinophyma in rosacea – what does surgery achieve? Hautarzt 2011; 62: 834-841

Bran G, Götte K, Riedel K, Hörmann, K, Riedel F. IL-6 antisense-mediated growth inhibition in a head and neck squamous cell carcinoma cell line. In Vivo 2011; 25: 579-584

Schultz JD, Bran G, Anders C, Sadick H, Faber A, Hörmann K, Sauter A. Induction Chemotherapy with TPF (Docetaxel, Carboplatin, Fluorouracil) in the treatment of locally advanced squamous cell carcinoma of the head and neck. Oncology report. Oncol Rep 2010; 24: 1213-1216

Bran G, Sommer U, Goessler UR, Hörmann K, Riedel F, Sadick H. TGF-ß1 Antisense impacts the Smad signalling system in fibroblasts from keloid scars. Anticancer Res 2010, 30: 3459-3463

Bran G, Goessler UR, Baftiri A, Hörmann K, Riedel F, Sadick H. Effect of transforming growth factor-ß1 antisense oligonucleotides on the expression of matrix metalloproteinases and their inhibitors in fibroblasts from keloid scars. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 2010, 143: 66-71

Bran G, Sommer U, Meinzer F, Goessler UR, Hörmann K, Riedel F, Sadick H. TGF-beta1-Antisense impacts collagen-binding Integrins in keloid (German). HNO 2010, 58: 605-612

Bran G, Goessler UR, Schardt C, Hörmann K, Riedel F, Sadick H. Effect of the abrogation of TGF-beta1 by antisense oligonucleotides on the expression of TGF-beta-isoforms and their receptors I and II in isolated fibroblasts from keloid scars. Int J Mol Med 2010, 25: 915-921

Goessler UR, Bugert P, Kassner S, Stern-Straeter J, Bran G, Sadick H, Hörmann K, Riedel F. In-vitro analysis of radiation-induced dermal wounds. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 2010, 142: 845-850

Heiser C, Willmann O, Bran G, Kern R, Hörmann K, Stuck BA. Open Rhinophonia in adults: a rare manifestation of cranial polyneuritis (German). HNO 2010; 58: 155-158

Bran G, Goessler U, Hörmann K, Riedel F, Sadick H. Keloids: Current concepts of pathogenesis. Int J Mol Med 2009, 24: 283-293

Goessler U, Bugert P, Bieback K, Stern-Straeter J, Bran G, Sadick H, Hörmann K, Riedel F. In vitro-analysis of integrin-expression in stem-cells from bone marrow and chord blood during chondrogenic differentiation. J Cell Mol Med 2009; 13: 1175-1184

Sadick H, Hage J, Goessler U, Bran G, Riedel F, Bugert P, Hörmann K. Does the genotype of HHT patients with mutations of the ENG and ACVRL1 gene correlate to different expression levels of the angiogenic factor VEGF? Int J Mol Med 2008; 22: 575-580

Bran G, Stern-Straeter J, Hörmann K, Riedel F, Goessler U. Apoptosis in bone for tissue engineering. Arch Med Res 2008; 39: 467-482

Sadick H, Herberger A, Riedel K, Bran G, Goessler U, Hörmann K, Riedel F. TGF-beta1 antisense therapy modulates expression of matrix metalloproteinases in keloid-derived fibroblasts. Int J Mol Med 2008; 22: 55-60

Goessler U, Bugert P, Bieback K, Stern-Straeter J, Bran G, Hörmann K, Riedel F. Integrin expression in stem cells from bone marrow and adipose tissue during chondrogenic differentiation. Int J Mol Med 2008; 21: 271-279

Riedel F, Bran G. Cartilage grafts in functional and aesthetic rhinoplasty (German). HNO 2008; 56: 185-198

Stern-Straeter J, Bran G, Riedel F, Sauter A, Hörmann K, Goessler U. Characterization of human myoblast cultures for tissue engineering. Int J Mol Med 2008; 21: 49-56

Goessler U, Stern-Straeter J, Riedel F, Bran G, Hörmann K, Riedel F. Tissue engineering in head and neck reconstructive surgery: what type of tissues do we need? Eur Arch Otorhinolaryngol 2007; 13 Epub

Bran G, Moch M, Hörmann K, Stuck BA. Electrosurgical concepts in ENT (German). HNO 2008; 55: 899-911

Stern-Straeter J, Riedel F, Bran G, Hörmann K, Goessler UR: Advances in skeletal muscle tissue engineering. In Vivo 2007; 21: 435-444

Riedel F, Goessler U, Grupp S, Bran G, Hörmann K, Verse T. Management of radiation-induced tracheocutaneous tissue defects by transplantation of an ear cartilage graft and deltopectoral flap. Auris Nasus Larynx 2006; 33: 79-84

Sadick H, Sadick M, Gotte K, Naim R, Riedel F, Bran G, Hörmann K. Hereditary hemorrhagic teleangiectasia: an update on clinical manifestations and diagnostic measures. Wien Klin Wochenschr 2006; 118: 72-80

Naim R, Sadick H, Bayerl C, Bran G, Hörmann K. Angiogenetic factors in fibroblast cultures of auditory canal cholesteatoma (German). HNO 2005; 53: 952-956

Naim R, Chang RC, Sadick H, Bayerl C, Bran G, Hörmann K. Effect of vascular endothelial growth factor on fibroblasts from external auditory canal cholesteatoma. Arch Med Res 2005; 36: 518-523

Stuck BA, Neff W, Hörmann K, Verse T, Bran G, Baisch A, Dueber C, Maurer JT. Anatomic changes after hyoid suspension for obstructive sleep apnea: an MRI study. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 2005; 133: 397-402

Naim R, Chang RC, Alfano SS, Riedel F, Bayerl C, Sadick H, Bran G, Hörmann K. Targeting TGF-beta1 increases hepatocyte growth factor (HGF/SF) levels in external auditory canal cholesteatoma (EACC) epithelial cell culture. Regul Pept 2005; 130: 75-80

Naim R, Chang RC, Anders C, Sadick H, Riedel F, Bayerl C, Bran G, Hörmann K. Up-regulation of beta-catenin in external auditory canal cholesteatoma. Int J Mol Med 2005; 15: 801-804

Naim R, Linthicum F Jr, Shen T, Bran G, Hörmann K. Classification of the external auditory canal cholesteatoma. Laryngoscope 2005; 115: 455-460

Naim R, Sadick H, Bayerl C, Riedel F, Schafer C, Bran G, Hörmann K. Hepatocyte growth factor/scatter factor induces VEGF in human external auditory canal cholesteatoma cell culture. Int J Mol Med 2005; 15: 67-71

Naim R, Shen T, Riedel F, Bran G, Sadick H, Hörmann K. Regulation of apoptosis in external auditory canal cholesteatoma by hepatocyte growth factor/scatter factor. ORL J Otorhinolaryngol Relat Spec 2005; 67: 45-50

Stuck BA, Koepke J, Hörmann K, Verse T, Eckert A, Bran G, Dueber C, Maurer JT. Volumetric tissue reduction in radiofrequency surgery of the tongue base. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 2005; 132: 132-135

Naim R, Riedel F, Bran G, Sadick H, Hörmann K. Cell adhesion proteins in external auditory canal cholesteatoma (German). HNO 2004; 52: 1083-1087

Naim R, Riedel F, Gotte K, Bran G, Sadick H, Goessler U, Hörmann K. Co-expression of different angiogenic factors in external auditory canal cholesteatoma. Acta Otolaryngol 2004; 124: 563-568

Stuck BA, Kopke J, Maurer JT, Verse T, Eckert A, Bran G, Duber C, Hörmann K. Lesion formation in radiofrequency surgery of the tongue base. Laryngoscope 2003; 113: 1572-1576

Naim R, Riedel F, Bran G, Hörmann K. Expression of beta-catenin in external auditory canal cholesteatoma (EACC). Biofactors 2003; 19: 189-195

Bran G, Gößler UR, Riedel F. Treatment of the protruding ear (German). CME Hals-Nasen-Ohrenheilkunde 2008; 1: 32-47 (not Pubmed-listed)

Bran G. Wound healing and scar formation. In: Facial Scars: Surgical Revision and Treatment. Thomas JR and Hom DB. PMPH-USA – Book in print

Wagner W, Riedel F, Bran G. Stabilizing cartilage grafts in functional-aesthetic rhinoplasty. In Advanced Rhinoplasty, Melvin A. Shiffman, Springer Verlag 2013

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