Aesthetics announces new Clinical Advisory Board member

28 Mar 2022

Consultant, plastic and reconstructive surgeon Mr Naveen Cavale has joined the Clinical Advisory Board (CAB) for the Aesthetics and CCR portfolio

The CAB comprises of members of various professions within the aesthetics specialty, who share their expertise and experiences to ensure the latest clinical updates and standards are passed onto readers and event attendees.

Mr Cavale is the UK national secretary for the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (ISAPS) and is a full member of the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS) and the British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS). Mr Navale is vice-chair for the British Foundation for International Reconstructive Surgery and Training (BFIRST) charity which was the chosen charity at the Aesthetics Awards. 

He has a plastic and reconstructive practice in King’s College Hospital as well as practising at the Cadogan Clinic in Harley Street. Mr Cavale has recently opened Real Clinic in Battersea where non-surgical and surgical procedures take place.

Mr Cavale commented, “I am so pleased to join the Aesthetics Clinical Advisory Board and portfolio. I have worked with the Aesthetics team for a long time and am excited to progress the brand further and to enhance education within the aesthetics specialty. The Aesthetics Awards, CCR, the Aesthetics Conference & Exhibition (ACE) and the brand new Beauty Uncovered LIVE events have all been organised and executed so well and I hope to continue this success with my own surgical input.”

Editor and content manager of Aesthetics, Shannon Kilgariff said, “I’m so excited to welcome Mr Cavale to the CAB and I can’t wait to hear his thoughts and ideas on how to progress the Aesthetics portfolio further. I have worked with Mr Cavale for a number of years, and he has taught me so much about the industry, particularly in plastic surgery. I look forward to working with Mr Cavale more closely and progressing the portfolio in 2022.”


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