Hyaluronic acid has long been lauded for its hero hydrating effects. In serums, in face masks and in moisturising creams, it's the go-to ingredient for plumping parched pores. But, as more of us look to non-invasive needles to nourish skin from within, it's not just topical HA that's getting praise; injectable hyaluronic acid is gaining in popularity too.
Dr Peter Berry is a Consultant Anaesthetist who has worked with Mr Patrick Mallucci for over 10 years, and has a special interest in anaesthesia for plastic surgery. Dr Berry gained his medical degree from Edinburgh University Medical School in 1987 and completed his anaesthetic training in Aberdeen, Cardiff, Liverpool and San Francisco, California, where he trained in sedation techniques.
Dr Berry has been a consultant at the Royal Free Hospital in London since 2000, where he established and led the the Safe Sedation team. Dr Berry is an expert in both general anaesthesia and sedation for plastic surgical procedures, as well as assessment of high-risk patients for anaesthesia.
Dr Berry has published several research papers on various aspects of anaesthesia and is particularly passionate about patient satisfaction and making the patient’s journey through their operation as smooth and enjoyable as possible.