Dr Mark Lee MBBS FRACS (Plastic Surgery) is a fully trained Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon specialising in aesthetic surgery of the face, breast, and body.

Mark grew up in Perth and attended Medical School at the University of Western Australia achieving distinctions and prizes in both medicine and surgery. Dr Lee’s internship, residency and basic surgical training were undertaken at Royal Perth Hospital, followed by 5 years of plastic surgery training. After completing his plastic surgery training requirements, he spent 12 months in an advanced fellowship position in Oxford (United Kingdom), which included teaching undergraduates at Trinity College, University of Oxford.

Mark has been in private practice since 2002. He spent three years in the role of Head of Department of Plastic Surgery at Sir Charles Gardiner Hospital and in Consultant Surgeon positions at Royal Perth and Fremantle Hospitals.  Mark was elected to the governing Council of the Australian Society of Plastic Surgeons in 2012 and served with the society in a number of roles including Chair of the Ethics, Chair of Advocacy and is currently Treasurer.  Whilst on the national Council, Mark has been instrumental in the establishment of the Australasian Journal of Plastic Surgery and is the inaugural Editor-In-Chief.

He has also developed a new and innovative breast reconstruction technique which is well regarded internationally. The scarless Latissimus dorsi breast reconstruction procedure is minimally invasive and revolutionary.

Dr Lee’s private rooms are located between St John of God Hospital, Subiaco and the Subi Centro centre at Unit 21/3 Wexford Street Subiaco. Private operating is performed at St John of God Subiaco and Hollywood Private Hospital.

Mark is married with three children and prides himself on being friendly and approachable with his patients, while at the same time setting a very high standard of care.

Dr Lee believes strongly in:

  • Keeping up to date with the latest advances in Plastic Surgery
  • Teaching the next generation of specialist plastic surgeons
  • Completing research to further improve patient outcomes
  • Giving back – using the skills he has acquired through his extensive training to aid those without access to plastic surgeons.

His credentials are as follows:

  • Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery – University of Western Australia (1993)
  • Fellow of Royal Australian College of Surgeons (Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery) (2001)
  • Member Australian Society of Plastic Surgeons
  • Member Australasian Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons
  • Member Western Australian Society of Plastic Surgeons
  • International Member American Society of Plastic Surgeons
  • Member International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery
  • Member Australian Medical Association

Other Appointments:

  • Previous Head of Department of Plastic Surgery, Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital 2008-2011
  • Western Australian Melanoma Advisory Society Deputy Director
  • Skin Cancer Steering Committee member
  • Treasurer for Australian Society of Plastic Surgeons
  • Education Committee Australasian Foundation for Plastic Surgery
  • Editor in Chief AJOPS