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Alexander Shumilo

In 1982, graduated with honors from the S.M. Kirov Military-Medical Academy in St. Petersburg. Specialized in traumatology and orthopedics with a course in microsurgery in 1988. Trained in the USA in 1993 with a specialization in plastic and aesthetic surgery. Specialized in bio-dimensional systems in augmenting mammoplasty in 1995, maxillofacial surgery in 1998. Certified at the Medical Academy of Post-Graduate Education in 2003 in plastic, reconstructive and aesthetic surgery. 

  • Member in good standing of the Russian Society of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery (RSPRAS). Member in good standing of the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ISAPS) since 2004. 
  • Author of more than 80 scientific articles in the area of reconstructive, plastic and aesthetic surgery, microsurgery, hand surgery and traumatology.

Associate professor at the plastic and reconstructive surgery department of the I.I. Mechnikov Northwest State Medical University.

Шумило Александр Васильевич - пластический хирург “... I divide everyone by temperament into generalized “surgeons,” “therapists” and “neurologists.” It’s a way of describing three different worldviews. They differ in terms of their decision-making. The “therapist” in life is an unhurried fan of compromise. He waits and hopes for the best. “Let’s try this medicine. Isn’t helping? How about adding half a tablet twice a day...” The “surgeon” is decisive by nature, capable of taking action - that doesn’t mean he swings an ax, just that he doesn’t like half measures at looks at things with a sober eye.  The “neurologist” is the one who can make the right diagnosis (i.e. properly assess the situation), but treating the problem is a three-ring circus. They get everything so mixed up you could never untangle it! And the choice of path a person follows in his quest for inner harmony largely depends on whether he’s a “therapist” or a “surgeon.” That said, everyone’s afraid of operations - it’s just as natural as being afraid of skydiving.”

SPRAS (since 2009 - RSPRAS)  - Russian Society of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery.

ISAPS - International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery

Rhinoplasty - before and after

Face - before and afterr

Breast - before and after

Body - before and after