Dr. Haworth is recognized for his extraordinary ability to produce dramatic and lasting change while keeping his results exceedingly natural. His keen aesthetic judgment and practice of combining well-proven techniques with the latest advances in technology ensure that the choice of procedures and their performance are optimized for each patient. His surgical philosophy is simple: achieve the most natural, subtle, and yet effective result.
Board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery, and a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons, Dr. Haworth is also on staff at Cedars Sinai Medical Center and is a patron of the community and generous contributor to many charities & organizations including the Thalians (President's Club), Sheba Medical Center, Best Buddies, and The Rape Foundation.
Dr. Randal Haworth's latest publications detail innovations in breast and lip enhancement surgeries. He has published articles on both plastic and general surgery topics in many journals including Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Annals of Plastic Surgery, Journal of Trauma.
His latest paper, published June 2004 in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, the most prestigious peer review journal in the field, details Dr. Haworth's innovations in permanent lip augmentation as well as the F.A.T.M.A. technique that he invented. He is consistently invited as a guest lecturer his surgical techniques in both national and international meetings of plastic surgeons. Download Dr. Haworth's original published article on his FATMA technique of permanent and all-natural lip augmentation.
Media and Appearances
Often quoted and profiled, the doctor maintains a presence in the national and international media with features in magazines and newspapers such as W, Vogue, GQ, InStyle, People, Cosmopolitan, the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and the Los Angeles Times.
Dr. Haworth's most prominent television appearance was as the featured surgeon on Fox Television's hit show The Swan. Other appearances include profiles and news features on Entertainment Tonight, Extra, Larry King Live, Dr. Phil Show, Telemundo, The Tyra Banks Show, MSNBC.
Randal Haworth's formal education began at The King's School, Canterbury, England, the oldest boarding school in the world. He completed his undergraduate work with honors in chemistry and biology, with a minor in art history.
In 1988, after graduating with the HIGHEST HONORS (ALPHA OMEGA ALPHA) from the USC School of Medicine, he completed his five-year General Surgical residency at THE NEW YORK HOSPITAL CORNELL MEDICAL CENTER in Manhattan in 1993. This comprehensive training included specialized experience at the prestigious MEMORIAL SLOAN KETTERING CANCER CENTER in NYC.
Returning to the west coast, Dr. Haworth served as Chief Resident in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at the UCLA Medical Center where he earned the title of Plastic Surgical Consultant of the Year for 1993-94. He gained extensive experience in the sub-specialties of aesthetic, micro, pediatric and hand surgery during his time at UCLA.
As an accomplished artist who works in multiple media, Dr. Haworth balances his medical practice with the making of art. His latest series of work entitled "Icongraphy" focuses upon modern culture through anachronistic figurative images rendered in acrylic on canvas. He has mounted both a critically acclaimed solo show "Memories Lost" at the BGH Gallery/Bergamot Station in Santa Monica as well as contributed pieces to a group show at the Robert Berman Gallery.
Whether in the surgical arena or the artist's studio, for Randal Haworth it is the harmonic synthesis of the scientific mind, the aesthetic eye and the technical hand which bring virtue to all of his work.