Stanley Loo Qualifications: BHB, MBCHB, FRACS (Plas) PLASTIC RECONSTRUCTIVE AND COSMETIC SURGEON
Areas of Specialisation: Plastic Surgery
Stanley Loo is a fully trained and qualified Plastic Reconstructive and Cosmetic Surgeon who has extensive experience in a wide variety in plastic surgical procedures.
Originally from Auckland, Stanley graduated from the Auckland School of Medicine in 1995. His early medical training occurred in Auckland, Hamilton, Wellington and Christchurch in a number of specialties. He then continued on to train in Plastic Surgery in Auckland, Hamilton and Wellington gaining his Royal Australasian Fellowship of Surgery (FRACS). Stanley continued onto postgraduate training in New Zealand, Malaysia, Taiwan, South Korea and Japan, in the fields of burns, cleft lip and palate surgery, microsurgery, microtia surgery and Asian cosmetic surgery,working with world renowned leaders in their fields.
Returning to New Zealand in 2008, Stanley was appointed as a Consultant Plastic Surgeon at Middlemore Hospital where he has subspecialty interests in Cleft Lip and Palate, Microvascular Surgery, Microtia Surgery and has been instrumental in the setting up of the Middlemore Head and Neck Service and the Melanoma Unit. Stanley is also involved in teaching of our future plastic surgeons.
Not only is Stanley committed to providing care to the highest standard, he is also committed to research and has presented and published a number of papers and invited to participate in a number of international meetings. Stanley runs New Zealand's only microvascular course at Middlemore Hospital teaching microvascular skills to all surgical trainees and specialists who require these skills. He has also been the Scientific Convenor of the New Zealand Plastic Surgical Scientific meetings. Stanley has also been appointed as an Honorary Senior Lecturer in the Department of Surgery within the Faculty of Medical and Health Science at the University of Auckland.
After hours, Stanley has interests in skiing, squash,cycling and spending time with his young family.
Oral & Maxillo-facial Surgery
Stem Cell Therapy