Dr Greg Williams

London Hair Transplant Clinic - Dr Greg Williams
Lead London Hair Surgeon (FRCS Plast)

Graduate of the University of West Indies

Diplomas, Memberships, Fellowships & Directorships

Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England (FRCS & FRCS Plast)

Member of The British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS)

President of the British Association of Hair Restoration Surgery (BAHRS)

Member of the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery (ISHRS)

Authorships & Media Involvement

During his distinguished career as a Burns Surgeon which culminated in him being the Lead Clinician at London’s only Burns Centre and also being the Clinical Director for the London and South East of England Burns Network, Dr Williams was involved in the strategic planning of burn care delivery across the UK. He was involved in the contingency planning for the London 2012 Olympics but one of his most important written achievements was co-authoring the NHS Emergency Planning Guidance – Planning for the management of burn-injured patients in the event of a major incident: interim strategic national guidance


Greg has written articles on Hair Restoration for magazines such as Trends in Urology and Men’s Health, Body Language Journal and the International Journal of Aesthetic and Anti-Ageing Medicine, He has been invited to author the Hair Transplant Chapters of the Oxford Textbook of Plastic Surgery, The Oxford Handbook of Plastic Surgery, and the University College London Handbook of Plastic Surgery.

One of his main focuses is on the regulation of the Hair Transplant Surgery field in the UK and as the current President of the British Association of Hair Restoration Surgery (BAHRS), he has written the Professional Standards and Codes of Conduct for both Hair Transplant Surgeons and Hair Transplant Surgical Assistants, and these have been published in the ISHRS Hair Transplant Forum International. He has also authored UK Hair Transplant Clinical Standards on behalf of the BAHRS and will be contributing to the future Hair Transplant Training Curriculum and Criteria for Hair Transplant Surgeons Credentialing as part of the Department of Health’s regulation of cosmetic interventions.


Dr Greg Williams has given many talks on hair related subjects including at the Scar Academy UK (St Bartholomew’s Hospital, London), the Clinical Cosmetic Reconstructive Expo (Olympia, London) and the FACE Conference (Queen Elizabeth ll Conference Centre, London in September 2013. He was honoured to give the first talk on Hair restoration in the 30 year history of the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS) and has been an invited speaker at the Royal Society of Medicine and the European Society of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery (ESPRAS)

Teaching and Education:

Since 2003, Greg has lectured Plastic Surgery trainees on Hair Restoration and more recently has been appointed to the Faculty at University College London’s MSc programme where he lectures on Hair Anatomy, physiology, biology, embryology and genetics as well as the causes of hair loss and hair transplant surgery.

Workshop Faculty:

Greg has been a member of the faculty at ISHRS-Sponsored Live Surgery Workshops in Manchester and at the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery (ISHRS) 22nd Annual Scientific Meeting in Malaysia. He also lectured at the world’s first ARTAS robotic assisted live surgery workshop held at the Farjo Hair Institute in November 2013 and again at the second one held in March 2014 where he has taught doctors from around the world.


TV – Bodyshockers 6/2/14 and 20/2/14. Botched up Bodies 29/1/15

Radio – Mutiple radio interviews including at BBC Broadcasting House 22/10/13

Why I chose to be a Hair Transplant Surgeon:

Renowned and well-respected plastic surgeon, Dr Greg Williams, is the lead Hair Restoration surgeon at Farjo’s 152 Harley Street Practice.

Dr Williams, joined the Farjo Hair Institute with over a decade’s experience as a top consultant burns surgeon which saw him treat patients for burn scar alopecia equipping him with the necessary skills used to treat genetic male and female pattern hair loss leading him to his current field.

Throughout his career, Dr Williams has acquired an impressive array of the field’s most respected qualifications including the Fellow status by the International Society for Hair Restoration Surgery (ISHRS) in 2014. He chaired the Beginners’ Course at the 24th ISHRS World Congress in Las Vegas in 2016, and was commended for dedication and commitment to the ISHRS in promoting high standards of safety and quality of care for hair loss patients.

Dr Williams provides the highest level of care for his patients and for him it remains immensely satisfying, both personally and professionally, to be able to help patients regain their confidence by restoring their hair. Along with the rest of the Farjo team, he strives daily to use the latest techniques and technologies in the field of hair restoration surgery on his patients to help further Farjo as world leader in terms of hair transplant surgery quality, innovation, research and education.

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