The Judges

Dr John Curran

Dr John Curran is a cosmetic dermatologist, the lead physician at the Aesthetic Skin Clinics, UK and Ireland, and chairman of the Healthxchange Group. He is a past president and Fellow of the British College of Aesthetic Medicine and has over 20 years’ experience in the specialty.

Dr Julian De Silva

Dr Julian De Silva is a facial cosmetic and plastic surgeon. He studied medicine in London at Guy's, King's & St Thomas's Medical School and went onto work in many central London hospitals before fellowship training in London, Los Angeles and New York. Dr De Silva has also led a number of innovations including research into the use of laser technology and stitch-less tissue adhesives. Dr De Silva continues to teach and lecture in facial cosmetic surgery in the UK, US and other international conferences.

Mark Devlin

Mr Mark Devlin is a consultant cleft and maxillofacial surgeon and honorary clinical senior lecturer. His clinical training has been comprehensive in the management of facial disfigurement and aesthetic dissatisfaction and during his higher surgical training he was awarded a clinical research Fellowship by the Chief Scientist Office. He has an independent practice managing all aspects of facial surgery including non-surgical facial aesthetic treatments.

Jeff Downie

Mr Jeff Downie is a consultant oral and maxillofacial surgeon who has a specialist interest in facial aesthetic and reconstructive surgery. He practises facial surgery in Glasgow and his NHS sub-speciality is facial deformity and post-traumatic facial reconstruction. In addition, he treats skin cancers, salivary gland disease and is trained in all aspects of hard and soft tissue oral-facial surgery.

Marie Duckett

Marie began her career in the world of aesthetics working for Collagen UK as the product specialist for Central London, where she was responsible for training new practitioners and looking after the existing Collagen clinics. Over the past twenty years, Marie has been involved in many aspects of aesthetics including being part of a Department of Health working party on the regulation of cosmetic surgery and procedures, Chair of the Royal College of Nursing Aesthetic Nurses Forum and is currently an Honorary member of the British Association of Cosmetic Nurses. She has written several articles for aesthetic journals and was co-author of both the Royal College of Nursing Competency Framework for Nurses in Aesthetic Medicine and the Expert Consensus on Complications of Botulinum Toxin and Dermal Filler Treatment. Marie was also part of the working group who wrote the syllabus for the first university programme for aesthetics at Greenwich University. Marie’s clinic is at 60 Harley St, London.

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Key Dates

  • Entries Open 1st June
  • Entries Close 31st July
  • Finalists announced and voting opens October
  • Voting and Judging Close December
  • Winners Announced The Aesthetics Awards Ceremony 13th March

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