Dr Cleland is a dual-trained Facial Plastic Surgeon and Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgeon (Ear Nose & Throat Surgeon) based in Adelaide, South Australia. As such, Dr Cleland specialises in cosmetic procedures of the face and neck and the management of ear nose and throat conditions.
Dr Cleland completed medical school in 2006 at the University of Adelaide. He was subsequently selected to train in the speciality of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery, during which time he also completed a PhD in sinus surgery and published numerous peer-reviewed journal articles – click here. This work saw him receive several accolades including the American Rhinologic Society Research Award, Dean’s commendation and the University Doctoral medal. It was during these formative years that Dr Cleland developed a deep interest in Cosmetic Facial Plastic Surgery.
After gaining Fellowship with the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons Dr Cleland then undertook further post-fellowship training in facial plastic and cosmetic surgery in Perth, Australia with International Federation of Facial Plastic Surgery Societies President Dr Tuan Pham and Dr Cary Kailis. After this Dr Cleland then completed a travelling fellowship in the USA, training in advanced techniques from world leading surgeons in the following locations:
Dr Guy Massry Occuloplastic Surgeon – cosmetic eyelid and brow surgery
Dr Michael Groth Occuloplastic Surgeon – cosmetic eyelid surgery
Dr Andrew Frankel Facial Plastic Surgeon – rhinoplasty surgery
Dr Paul Nassif Facial Plastic Surgeon – revision rhinoplasty and facelift surgery
Dr Neil Gordon Facial Plastic Surgeon – advanced comprehensive facial rejuvenation: deep plane facelift and forehead lift (including the “Vertical Platysma Advancement” and the “Vertical Galea Advancement” variants of this technique), upper and lower blepharoplasty, laser skin treatments
Dr Andrew Jacono Facial Plastic Surgeon – advanced comprehensive facial rejuvenation: deep plane facelift, eyelid lift, rhinoplasty, laser skin treatments
Dr Rebecca Fitzgerald Dermatologist – advanced injecting techniques for facial fillers and wrinkle relaxers
Now back in Adelaide, Dr Cleland has established the ONE FACE clinic to provide a comprehensive service to patients seeking natural and lasting cosmetic solutions for the face and neck. Whether it be a need to bring a disproportionate feature back into harmony with the rest of the face or a desire to reverse the visible signs of ageing, Dr Cleland offers a personalised approach focussed on understanding your concerns followed by a detailed analysis of your face. From this assessment, Dr Cleland will then discuss with you the relevant surgical and non-surgical treatments for your situation. After a consultation with Dr Cleland, patients can expect to make an informed decision that best suits their needs.
For patients with Ear Nose & Throat concerns Dr Cleland continues to provide surgical treatments in this field for both paediatric and adult patients. Dr Cleland has a special interest in procedures aimed at alleviating nasal obstruction such as septal surgery, nasal valve surgery, correcting traumatic nasal deformity, sinus surgery and management of paediatric ear nose and throat conditions.
More information can be found on our detailed pages describing the Cosmetic and Ear Nose & Throat procedures offered at ONE FACE.
ONE FACE, your destination in Adelaide for specialised cosmetic medical and surgical treatments of the face and neck.
ONE FACE is conveniently located in the Adelaide CBD, in the leafy Hutt Street precinct. Led by Dr Edward Cleland, the clinic offers medical and surgical cosmetic facial plastic solutions and a surgical service for patients seeking treatment of Ear Nose & Throat conditions.
To make an appointment phone, email or use the contact form provided on this website. A member of our team will respond and at this time also ask the reason for your visit. This is so that we can allocate an appropriate amount of time for your consultation.
On-street parking near the premises is readily available and for patients requiring wheelchair access, this can be achieved through the rear of the building (please phone ahead).