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Mr Ross Elledge

BChD(Hons) MBChB(Hons) MMedEd MFDSRCPS(Glasg) MAcadMedEd FHEA FRCS(OMFS)

Consultant Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon

Mr Ross Elledge is a Consultant Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon based in Birmingham and Solihull.  He completed undergraduate degrees in dentistry (University of Malta, 2003) and medicine  (University of Birmingham, 2010) finishing first in his year in both undergraduate degrees. The  University of Birmingham awarded him both the Sir Arthur Thomson Gold Medal and The  Chancellor’s Prize.

Mr Elledge completed higher surgical training in the West Midlands. He has also completed two  nationally recognised Training Interface Group (TIG) Fellowships in Reconstructive & Aesthetic  Surgery and The Management of Skin Cancer (Nottingham and Leeds respectively).

Mr Elledge’s practice encompasses skin cancer surgery and temporomandibular joint (TMJ)  surgery. He is a member of the Solihull LSMDT and performs weekly surgery for skin cancers of  the head and neck region. His personal clear margin rate is in excess of 98% with high patient  satisfaction scores for reconstruction on a recent survey. With regards to temporomandibular  joint surgery, he is one of a handful of surgeons in the United Kingdom who performs total  alloplastic replacement of the TMJ and was recently elected an Associate Member of the  European Society of TMJ Surgeons (ESTMJS).

Mr Elledge maintains an strong academic commitment. He is an Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer  with the College of Medical and Dental Sciences at the University of Birmingham, where he leads  the Human Disease module in the undergraduate BDS degree. In addition to publishing and  presenting his own research, he is an Associate Editor for the British Journal of Oral and  Maxillofacial Surgery.

Overview

Mr Ross Elledge is a Consultant Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon based in Birmingham and Solihull.  He completed undergraduate degrees in dentistry (University of Malta, 2003) and medicine  (University of Birmingham, 2010) finishing first in his year in both undergraduate degrees. The  University of Birmingham awarded him both the Sir Arthur Thomson Gold Medal and The  Chancellor’s Prize.

Mr Elledge completed higher surgical training in the West Midlands. He has also completed two  nationally recognised Training Interface Group (TIG) Fellowships in Reconstructive & Aesthetic  Surgery and The Management of Skin Cancer (Nottingham and Leeds respectively).

Mr Elledge’s practice encompasses skin cancer surgery and temporomandibular joint (TMJ)  surgery. He is a member of the Solihull LSMDT and performs weekly surgery for skin cancers of  the head and neck region. His personal clear margin rate is in excess of 98% with high patient  satisfaction scores for reconstruction on a recent survey. With regards to temporomandibular  joint surgery, he is one of a handful of surgeons in the United Kingdom who performs total  alloplastic replacement of the TMJ and was recently elected an Associate Member of the  European Society of TMJ Surgeons (ESTMJS).

Mr Elledge maintains an strong academic commitment. He is an Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer  with the College of Medical and Dental Sciences at the University of Birmingham, where he leads  the Human Disease module in the undergraduate BDS degree. In addition to publishing and  presenting his own research, he is an Associate Editor for the British Journal of Oral and  Maxillofacial Surgery.