Dr Andreas Fox
MA, BMBCh, DM, FRCS(PLAST)
Doctor Andreas Fox is the Medical Director for Artisan Aesthetics Group (AAG), along with being a treating doctor Artisan’s Mosman and Balmain clinics.
In this role, Dr Fox oversees the medical operations, clinical governance, and clinical training and assessment for AAG, allowing Artisan’s loyal client following to be assured they are receiving aesthetic treatments and services that are both safe and effective.
Dr Fox is a highly skilled medical practitioner with 20 years of experience working as a consultant plastic and aesthetic surgeon for some of London’s largest and most prestigious hospitals, before moving to Sydney to pursue a career in non-invasive medical aesthetics.
Qualified from the University of Oxford, Dr Fox specialises in non-surgical aesthetic rejuvenation of the face, specifically facial cosmetic injectables. He is focused on providing the highest quality care for his clients with a resolute attention to detail that ensures the best results every time.
During his career, Dr Fox has worked with eminent experts in the field of plastic and aesthetic medicine. He has undergone specialist training in plastic and reconstructive surgery in London and completed fellowships at several leading hospitals in Australia and the United Kingdom, including Great Ormond Street Hospital and Wellington Hospital in London and Royal North Shore Hospital in Sydney.
Dr Fox is a member of the General Medical Council in the United Kingdom and the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA). He is also an overseas member of the British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS) and British Society for Surgery of the Hand (BSSH), as well as a fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh.
- General Medical Council – 4644066 (Full Registration)
- AHPRA – MED0001789843 (General Medical Registration)
- Fellow, Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh
- Overseas Member, BAPRAS
- Overseas Member, BSSH
- FRCS (Plast) – 2011
- DM (Oxon) – 2009
- MRCS (Ed) – 2003
- BMBCh (Oxon) – 1999
- MA (Hons) 2.1 Physiological Sciences (Oxon) – 1996