When he's not crafting a new procedure set to quake the cosmetic field to its foundations, and when he's not turning his surgical skills towards deserving veterans as a part of his charity work, you can find him researching n' writing for his weekly columns and features in Britain's biggest magazines and newspapers. From Dr Khan's healing - and rather helpful - hands, to Back On Track getting the recognition it deserves, this pioneering surgeon and the rest of The Harley Street Clinic team can't help but find their faces in the papers! Fact is, it's not just the celebs who are eager to get the latest look, anymore; this anti-aging innovator is ready to give you the lowdown on looking younger for longer.
If you're looking to get your hands on more press information for Dr Khan, why not take a peek at The Harley Street Skin Clinic's Press Pack? Or, if you've got a press enquiry, what about dropping Dr Khan a line to let him know?
In the meantime, here's a handle of comments, columns, and articles from the Doctor himself...
Dr Khan has contributed to numerous publications, including scholarly articles for Aesthetic Magazine, and has columns in Best Magazine and the Daily Express. He writes for the latter publication on a weekly basis with wife, Lesley Reynolds, and he also regularly contibutes to other publications on a less permanent basis. Previously, Dr Khan wrote a weekly column - ‘MR AND MRS SURGERY’ - with Reynolds in Woman’s Own from 2008 to 2010.
On top of this, he is also often interviewed for a variety of news sources that are eager to get his perspective on celebrity cosmetic surgery. This includes The Metro, The BBC, The Mirror, Entertainment Daily, and The Daily Record.
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