Professor Dr. Robert Hierner Professor Dr. Robert Hierner

Professor Dr. Robert Hierner

  • Consultant Plastic, Aesthetic & Reconstructive Surgery | Consultant Bariplastic Surgery | Consultant Hand Surgery
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“Professor Dr. Robert Hierner” Locations

Jumeirah Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Sat, Sun Doctors Onboard: 20 10am - 6pm
Dubai Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun Doctors Onboard: 127 24/7 available

About “Professor Dr. Robert Hierner”


Plastic Surgery
Plastic Surgery 5 Service(s)
Aesthetic/Cosmetic Surgery

The main motive of Aesthetic or Cosmetic Surgery is to increase and improve one’s own appearance and thus one’s own well-being. Aesthetic treatments and operations (cosmetic operations) can be carried out in all parts of the body.

Bari-Plastic Surgery

Body Contouring after massive weight loss (Bari-Plastic Surgery)

Female Breast Surgery

Congenital malformations – Too small breast (insufficient volume, hypoplasia) – Too big breast (excessive volume, hyperplasia) – Unequally sized breasts (asymmetry, anisomastia) – Sagging breasts

Male Breast Surgery

Development of a female breast shape (gynecomastia) – Sagging breasts after massive weight loss

Reconstructive Surgery

Reconstructive Surgery/Regenerative Medicine/Microvascular Surgery - restoring body shape and function.

Hand Surgery & Hand Medicine
Hand Surgery & Hand Medicine 7 Service(s)
Aging Hand & Hand Rejuvenation

“Integrative therapy concept for the aging Hand” : Based on many years of research and clinical experience in the field of Hand Surgery, Prof. Hierner has developed the so-called “integrative therapy concept for the aging hand” and successfully implemented it in his daily practice.

Congenital hand

Congenital malformations can be genetic or through external influences (e.g. Thalidomide / Contergan)Since the noxae can damage all organs that are in a sensitive development phase, with congenital hand malformations, further malformations of other organs must always be looked for

Dupuytren Disease

Dupuytren’s contracture is a hand deformity that usually develops over years. The condition affects a layer of tissue that lies under the skin of your palm. Knots of tissue form under the skin — eventually creating a thick cord that can pull one or more fingers into a bent position.

Hand Trauma

Trauma & Reconstruction Of Grip Function.
Disturbances of the grasping function can be congenital or acquired.
All options of non-operative (conservative) and operative hand surgery are available to restore the grip function.

Hand Tumor

Tumors can develop in all tissues and all parts of the body.Tumors can be good (benign) or bad (malignant). The vast majority of tumors in the hand and wrist area are benign. Malignant tumors in the hand and wrist area are rare.

Peripheral Nerves

Peripheral Nerves (Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, ….)
Peripheral nerves can be damaged in several ways:
Injury by cut, crush or acute and chronic (Carpal Tunnel syndrome) compression
Metabolic Disorders/Medical conditions, such as Pregnancy, Diabetes, Renal failure, etc.


The popular term “rheumatism” is a collective term for a large number of systemic inflammatory (autoimmune) diseases that can also manifest themselves in the hand and wrist area.


  • More than 30 years ( 2022 - 2022 )

    Young Plastic Surgeon of the year 1998 of the European Association of Plastic Surgeons (EURAPS)


  • MBBS (1990) ( 2022 - 2022 ) Ludwig Maximilian University Munich/Bavaria, Germany
  • M.Sc. in Plastic Surgery (1992) ( 2022 - 2022 )
  • University Diploma in Microsurgery ( 2022 - 2022 ) Claude Bernard University Lyon/France
  • Ph.D. (Lecturer) in Plastic Surgery (1999) ( 2022 - 2022 )
  • University Diploma in Bariplastic Surgery ( 2022 - 2022 ) Descartes University Paris/France


  • German Board in Plastic and Aesthetic Surgery (1997)
  • German Board in Hand Surgery (2000)
  • Belgium Board in Oncology Surgery (2004)
  • Chair of Plastic Surgery Catholic University Leuven/Belgium (2005)
  • Chair of Plastic Surgery University Duisburg-Essen/Germany (2008)

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