Prince Aly Khan Hospital

About Me:

Dr. Azmat Doctor is a tenured Prince Aly Khan Hospital Plastic Surgery Consultant with specialized expertise in Microvascular surgeries for Reconstruction of Head and Neck Cancer, Breast Cancer and Complex Trauma Injuries as also in various General plastic surgical procedures. She is a Gold medallist with First rank in MCh Plastic surgery from the State of Karnataka, scoring a Distinction from the highly reputed St. Johns Medical College Hospital, Bangalore, with advanced training in Microvascular surgery from Chang Gung Memorial Hospital, Taiwan and Ganga Hospital, Coimbatore. She earned her MS General Surgery and MBBS degrees from LTMMC (Sion Hospital). She obtained additional DNB degrees in both General and Plastic Surgery. She has over fifteen years of experience, garnered with extensive stints at P.D Hinduja National Hospital and Medical Research Centre, Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital, Mumbai and St. Johns Medical College Hospital, Bangalore.


Year Degree Institute
MCh Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery St. John's Medical College and Research Hospital, Bangalore
DNB - Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
MS General Surgery Lokmanya Tilak Municipal General Hospital, Sion, Mumbai
DNB – General Surgery
MBBS Lokmanya Tilak Municipal General Hospital, Sion, Mumbai

Appointment Schedules:

Day Time
mon 10:00am - 11:00am Request an Appointment
thu 10:00am - 11:00am Request an Appointment

Areas Of Interest

- Microvascular and Reconstructive Surgeries
- Head and Neck and Breast Reconstruction
- Facio – maxillary and limb trauma
- Digit and limb revascularization and replantation

Research Strengths and Achievement

Gold medalist and distinction in MCh plastic surgery in Rajiv Gandhi University (RGUHS) Karnataka


  1. CMT
  2. International: JPRAS April 2010 – Three Flap Cover for Total Hand Degloving
  3. APSICON 2007 – Eccentric rigid fixation of subcondylar fractures of mandible with long plate
  4. APSICON 2009 – Electronic presentation on Reverse Sural Artery Flap
  5. APSICON 2015 – Breast Reconstruction with TRAM flap – Pedicled and Free
  6. APSICON 2018 – Microvascular Reconstruction for Recurrent Head and Neck Cancers
  7. Karnataka state meet – July 2009 – Early Excision in Burns an outcome analysis of 2 years duration.
  8. Karnataka state meet – March 2009 on Reverse Sural Artery Flap a 3 year retrospective study Surgical society of Bangalore – August 2008 poster on Suction Dressing for Wound Care.

Other Publications

  1. CMT
  2. Impact of Depth of Invasion (According to layer) on Lymph Node Metastasis in buccal Mucosa Cancers. Oct 2021
  3. Submental Flap in the Reconstruction of Palatal Defects. Sept 2021
  4. Does Operable Stage IV Gingivobuccal Cancers need further Prognostic Subgrouping? Sept 2020
  5. Submental Flap: Gamer changer in oral Cancer Reconstruction – A study of 1169 cases July 2020
  6. Clinical Profile and Quality of life assessment of Oral Cancer Patients following Nasolabial Flap Reconstructive surgery Nov 2019
  7. Meningeal Carcinomatosis from pulmonary Adenocarcinoma Apr 2008


- APSI - Association of Plastic Surgeons of India
- ISSH - Indian Society for Surgery of the Hand
- ISRM - Indian Society of Reconstructive Microsurgery