About Dr Fanny Ballieux
Board Certified Plastic Surgeon
Dr Fanny Ballieux is a fully qualified Plastic Surgeon with the Royal Belgian College of Surgeons (RBSS) and a member of the Royal Belgian Society of Plastic Surgery (RBSPS). She has also obtained the title of Fellows of the European Board of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery (EBOPRAS).
To become a member of RBSPS you need to have undertaken a minimum of 13 years medical and surgical education, including at least 6 years of specialist.
Respect, integrity and excellence
I continually reflect these values in my daily practice and in my relationship with my patients. My wish is to help them to achieve a better version of themselves and emphasise their natural beauty.
Dr Fanny Ballieux
Education and training
Dr Ballieux graduated with great distinction with a Physician degree from the Catholic University of Louvain (UCL), Faculty of Medicine in Brussels and completed a master’s degree in Plastic and Reconstructive surgery (2017).
Her education has been extensive commencing in Belgium, where she practiced for four years at “Les Cliniques Universitaire Saint-Luc” under the supervision of Prof. Benoit Lengelé. Following this, she spent one year in Luxembourg (CHL) and one year in Westmead at the Children’s Hospital in Sydney, Australia.
Dr Ballieux developed an interest in vascular malformations, training under the guidance of Prof. L.M.Boon (Cliniques Saint-Luc). Subsequently, she published several scientific publications and spoke at international conferences on these topics.
After completing her master’s degree in Plastic and Reconstructive surgery (2017), Dr Ballieux extended her expertise in aesthetic facial surgery at “la Clinique des Champs Élysées” in Paris where she was exposed to different facelift and facial rejuvenation techniques.
She also trained in microsurgery in the National University Hospital (NUH) in Singapore.
She recently completed a fellowship in aesthetic surgery in Australia, where she worked at the “Breast Academy”. This fellowship allowed her to specialize in areas of interest such as breast surgery, facial surgery, rhinoplasty surgery and body contouring surgery.
Dr Ballieux furthered her cosmetic medical expertise on the Gold Coast, Australia, where she worked at the Breast Academy.
Laurence M Boon, Fanny Ballieux, M. Vikkulla. Chapter 147: Vascular malformations. Fitzpatrick’s Dermatology in General Medicine, Ninth Edition, 2-Volume Set.
W Widjaja, S Aggarwala, F Ballieux, J Vandervord. Facial and Scalp Swelling in the Pediatric Population With Hemophilia: A Diagnosis Pitfall. Eplasty 16:ic15, April 2016.
F Ballieux, LM Boon, M Vikkula. Blue Bleb Rubber Nevus syndrome: Neurological Implications. Handbook of Clinical Neurology: Vol 132.
F Ballieux & al. Reconstructive Surgery in the Management of a Patient with CLOVES Syndrome. Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery: Volume 66, Issue 12, Dec 2013, Pgs 1813-1815.
Boon L M, Ballieux F and Vikkula M. Pathogenesis of Vascular Anomalies. Clinics in Plastic Surgery: Volume 38, Issue 1, January 2011, Pages 7-19.
Dompmartin A, Ballieux F, Thibon P, Lequerrec A, Hermans C, Clapuyt P, Barrellier MT, Hammer F, Labbé D, Vikkula M, Boon LM. Elevated D-dimer level in the differential diagnosis of venous malformations. Archives of Dermatology: Volume 11, Issue 15, November 2009, Pages 1239-44.
F. Ballieux, M. Vikkula, L.M. Boon Classification et Génétique des Malformations Vasculaires. Archives of Pediatry: Volume 19, Issue 6, Pages 109–110.
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