Curriculum Vitae


Ninian Peckitt
BDS MB ChB LRCP MRCS(Eng) FRCS FFD RCS FDS RCS


Current posts

Cosmetic Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Services:

Clinical Director: National Centre for Aesthetic Facial and Oral Surgery


(NCAFOS)


Department of Engineering Assisted Surgery, St Chad's House, Hooton Pagnell, Doncaster, DN5 7BW, United Kingdom

Tel / Fax: +44 (0)1977 658988

Email: surgery@maxfac.com

Aims - Primary Care / General Practice

The aims of the NCAFOS are to provide coordinated hub and spoke services in Primary and Secondary (Hospital) Care. To create an infrastructure for the he coordination and development of Best Practice in the United Kingdom.

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  • To maintain the highest clinical standards and Best Practice
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  • To coordinate marketing of members services to provide an efficient quick and reliable secondary referral specialist service
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  • To jointly manage patients with Practitioners in Primary Care
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  • To coordinate Continuing Professional Development (CPD)  issues
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  • To introduce of emerging techniques of proven value into Primary Care.


  • cosmetic facial surgery / cosmetic dentistry techniques
  • advances in surgical dentistry
  • dental implants – immediate tooth replacement
  • an immediate full / partial denture stabilisation service
  • tissue engineering –guided tissue regeneration (GTR) service
  • tissue engineering - guided bone regeneration (GBR) service
  • platelet rich plasma service with GBR
  • sinus lifts
  • alveolar reconstruction for periodontal defects
  • microapicectomy + regeneration of the periapical bone
  • platelet rich plasma
  • autologous cellular regeneration (Isolagen)
  • Network-Lipolyis - Lipodissolve


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  • To provide a visiting specialist service by request e.g. enabling surgical dentistry to be carried out locally in Primary Care.
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  • By arrangement, to provide Internet based specialist consultations with the Practitioner and Patient locally, without hospital referral
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  • To coordinate audit clinical governance and CPD for registered practitioners
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  • To organise and participate in training programmes, seminars and workshops
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  • To provide expert assistance for Practitioners in connection with issues related to Private Practice


    Aims - International Centre of Excellence

    To provide an International Centre of Excellence for the management of conditions affecting the Maxillofacial Area employing advanced techniques :-

    • Engineering Assisted Surgery™ techniques / Custom Implant and Jigs
    • Computer guidance to eliminate error
    • Meticulous planning regimens
    • Simplification of Reconstructive Surgery Procedures
    • Cosmetic Surgery Principles
    ........ with the aim of the eradication of preventable facial deformity
    • Face / Neck / Forehead / Brow / Dental (Smile) Lifts
    • Node Reshaping (Rhinoplasty)
    • Eyelid Surgery
    • Ear Surgery
    • Skin Resurfacing
    • Tissue Engineering (Fillers)
    • Botox
    • Orthognathic (Jaw) Surgery
    • Reconstructive Surgery - Revision of Trauma / Cancer
    • Dental Implants
    • Custom Implants


    For further details and location of your nearest NCAFOS Centre :-

    surgery@maxfac.com

     

     




    Clinical Appointments - Inpatient Surgery



    Cosmetic Maxillofacial Surgeon

    The Droitwich Spa Hospital,

    St Andrews Road

    Droitwich Spa, Worcestershire WR9 8DN

    United Kingdom

    Tel: 01905 793333
    Fax: 01905 793334
    www.bmihealthcare.co.uk

    Appointments: Tel: 01977 658988

    Email: surgery@maxfac.com

     


    MADEIRA

     

     

    Medical Director:

    The International Cosmetic Clinic
    Clinica Santa Luzia
    Rua da Torrinha 5
    516 Funchal, Madeira

    Tel: 00351-291784065

    Email: surgery@maxfac.com

    Clinica de Santa Luzia

    Funchal, Madeira

    The International Cosmetic Clinic was formed in 2005 by a British Specialist Maxillofacial Surgeon, Ninian Peckitt (www.maxfac.com) to address the needs of patients seeking the privacy of modern facilities in pleasant surroundings and the most advanced treatments currently available in the field of cosmetic medicine and surgery.

    Mr Peckitt has accepted an invitation by the Clinica de Santa Luzia to locate his International Cosmetic Centre in the beautiful island of Madeira, just 3 hours’ flight from the United Kingdom.

    Cosmetic Medicine

    Outpatient treatments are located in the beautiful Clinica Aesthetica, where modern treatments are available for the non-surgical cosmetic re-sculpturing of body contour.

    BIOSCULPTURA™ is also used in conjunction with sophisticated obesity management programmes, with a multidisciplinary approach, to optimise body contour at the end of therapy.


    The Clinica Santa Luzia is the only clinic offering the BIOSCULPTURA™ Programme which is monitored under the direct supervision of Mr Peckitt and his team.




    Medicolegal Services:



    Comprehensive medicolegal services can be arranged through this website with respect to Personal Injury

    medicolegal@maxfac.com



     

    Engineering Assisted Surgery:

     

    Director ComputerGen Implants Ltd

    ComputerGen Implants Limited,

    St Chad's House, Hooton Pagnell, Doncaster DN5 7BW South Yorkshire U.K.

    Tel/Fax: +44 (0)1977 658988
    http://www.maxfac.com


    Email: computergen@maxfac.com

     

     


     

    Personal Details:



    Date of Birth: 31st August 1951, Rotherham South Yorkshire England

    Educated: Rotherham Grammar School / Melville College Edinburgh.
    Edinburgh University Dental School
    Sheffield University Medical School

    Qualifications

    BDS University of Edinburgh1974
    M.B, Ch.B. University of Sheffield1979
    LRCP(Lond), MRCS(Eng)1979
    FRCS(Ed) (General Surgery)1984
    FFD RCS(Irel),Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery1986
    FDS RCS(Eng), Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery1987


    Membership of Professional Bodies

    British Medical Association www.bma.com Membership No. 1510065-61
    Medical Protection Society www.medicalprotection.com Membership No. 102267
    British Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons www.baoms.org Fellow
    British Microsurgical Society
    Medilink www.medilink.co.uk
    Network-Lipolysis www.network-lipolysis.com) Member 2005
    Simplant Academy www.simplantacademy.com/Home/main_ENG.html Member 2005

    Registration

    General Medical Council (UK)Registration No. 2478812
    General Dental Council (UK)Registration No. 47930
    British Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons
    Specialist Registration - Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery.


    LISTED: Marquis Who’s Who in America

    Who’s Who in Medicine and Health Care2000-2001
    Who’s Who in Science and Technology2001-2002
    Who’s Who in the World2001-2002
    Who’s Who in Finance and Industry2002-2003


    Medicolegal Practice


    www.maxfac.com
    Assessment of Personal Injury



    1. Treatment Planning

    The efficacy and use of rapid prototyping and stereoscopic models in the treatment planning of complex trauma cases has been demonstrated and is presented on this website.

    2. Duty of Care

    The use of Engineering Assisted Surgery techniques has profound medicolegal implications with respect to the management of trauma and surgery of the skeleton in general. It is argued that the use of rapid prototyping and the manufacture of biomodels in surgery will rapidly become standard practice and a "duty of care" requirement.

    3. Medicolegal Practice: Assessment of Severity of Personal Injury

    Stereoscopic lithographic models illustrate very clearly the nature and severity of injury. This technology will revolutionise the description, evaluation and management of personal injuries across many specialties, and will be of particular interest to clinicians and lawyers specialising in Personal Injury. It is our belief that stereolithography will encourage early settlement at arbitration and avoid the expense of going to court. For further details of our medicolegal service, please use our e-mail facility in this section. This service will be of particular interest to those clinicians and lawyers specialising in personal injury.

    Medical Reports

    Bound medical reports are comprehensive and illustrated with clinical photographs where appropriate. A photomorphanalysis prediction of the outcome is provided on request.

    Biomodelling Service

    Hard copy stereoscopic models of the injury are supplied on request for clients and colleagues of all specialties.

    PowerPoint Multimedia Presentation

    This multimedia service is available by arrangement for the description of personal injury, using digital prediction photographic techniques and movie files.



    Postgraduate Activities

    International Meetings

    Our techniques in Engineering Assisted Surgery have been presented at :

    1. University of Sheffield, Charles Clifford Dental Hospital. (1997)

    2. The 5th International Congress of Oral Cancer ,London. (1997)

    3. European Association of Cranio-Maxillo-Facial Surgeons, Helsinki. (1998)

    4. In the United States, as guest lecturer, in Virginia and Washington D.C. (1998)

    5. The Society of Manufacturing Engineers Congress, Chicago. (1998)

    6. The Stanley Melville Memorial Lecture, Radiology 2000, Birmingham. (1999)

    7. Opening Address: The Medical Device Technology Congress, Paris. (1999)

    8. University of Warwick: Presentation to Vice Chancellor. (1999)

    9. University of Leeds Institute of Dental Surgery. (1999)

    10. The Czech Technical University / Charles University, Prague. (1999)

    11. Enterprise Ireland / British Council 10th Anniversary, Dublin. (1999)

    12. Presentation to Mr Noel Tracey TD Minister for Science Technology and Commerce (1999)

    13. National Cancer Institute of Milan. (2000)

    14. Department of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, Bruges. (2000)

    15. Head and Neck Unit Tufts University Boston, Mass. U.S.A. (2000)

    16. Campus Virchow Surgical Robotics and Navigation Berlin. (2000)

    17. Postgraduate Medical Meeting Halifax, West Yorks. UK (2001)

    18. Rapid Prototyping in Medicine: Institute of Mechanical Engineers London Rapid Prototyping and Customised Implants in Maxillofacial Surgery (2001) Chairman report: the best presentation ever given at the Institute

    19. Engineering Assisted Surgery. A Gold Standard for a New Millennium Keynote Address: 9th ORL Head and Neck Congress, Singapore (2001)

    20. Biomodel Workshop, Australasian Soc. of Maxfac. Surgeons, Sydney (2001)

    21. E.U. - Phidias Group: Rapid Prototyping in Medicine, Belfast (2001)

    22. Engineering Assisted Surgery. A Gold Standard for a New Millennium National University of Ireland, National Centre of Biotechnology, Galway (2001)

    23. Engineering Assisted Surgery. A Gold Standard for a New Millennium Annual Congress - Prague Dental Days, Prague, Czech Republic (2001)

    24. Biomodels – Use in Craniofacial Surgery Neck & Neck 2001 Congress, Melbourne, Australia (2001)

    25. Engineering Assisted Surgery: A Gold Standard for a New Millennium Westmead Hospital, Sydney, Australia (2001)

    26. Keynote Address: Engineering Assisted Surgery American Society of Osseointegration Dallas Texas USA (2002) Continuing Medical Education

    COURSES AND CONFERENCES *Course Tutor

    1. FDS Basic Sciences Course: (R.C.S. England), 1974-75.

    2. British Association of Plastic Surgeons Meeting: (R.C.S. Eng.), 1981.

    3. Whipps Cross Final FRCS (General Surgery) Course: London, 1983.

    4 BAOMS Meeting: Reading, 1986.

    5. Joint BAOMS SKOMF and SOF Meeting: Halmstad, Sweden, 1987.

    6. Welsh Oral Surgery Group Meeting: Llandrindod Wells, Wales, 1988.

    7. North West Oral Surgery Group - Bone Grafting Symposium: Manchester, 1988.

    8. Senior Registrar Conference: North Wales, 1988.

    9. Welsh Oral Surgery Group Meeting: Llandrindod Wells, Wales, 1988.

    10. Senior Registrar Conference: Birmingham, 1989.

    11. Senior Registrar NHS Management Course “A”: Abergavenny, 1989.

    12. Senior Registrar NHS Management Course “B”: Abergavenny, 1989.

    13. Welsh Oral Surgery Group Meeting: Llandrindod Wells, Wales, 1989.

    14. BAOMS Meeting: Manchester, 1990.

    15. Nobelpharma Maxillofacial Osseointegration Course*: Chepstow, 1990. (Demonstrator)

    16. Battle Casualties Symposium: Chepstow, 1990.

    17. Welsh Oral Surgery Group Meeting: Liandrindod Wells, Wales, 1991.

    18. Aesthetic Facial Surgery Course: North Wales, 1991.

    19. Northwick Park Microvascular Course: Harrow, 1991.

    20. University of Wales College of Medicine Medical Statistics Course: 1991.

    21. A/O Internal Fixation Course: Mid Glamorgan, 1991.

    22. Oral Premalignancy Symposium*: Mid Glamorgan, 1991.

    23. Welsh Oral Surgery Group Meeting: Llandrindod Wells Wales, 1991.

    24. Welsh Oral Surgery Group Meeting: Llandrindod Wells Wales, 1992.

    25. BAOMS Meeting: Cardiff, 1993.

    26. “Micrometastases” Guest Lecturer*, Westmead Hospital Sydney , 1993

    27. ANZAOMS Meeting Sydney, 1994.

    28. Delaire Cleft Lip and Palate Workshop, Poole. 1995.

    29. North Wales Facial Aesthetic Surgery Course, Bodelwyddan, 1995.

    Dr Brent Kennedy Aesthetic Facial Surgeon Utah, USA

    Basic Course

    A two day hands on course of lectures and clinical demonstrations/live operations

    Aesthetic Rhinoplasty,
    Surgery of Ageing Face
    Face Lift, Neck Lift,
    Liposuction,
    Collagen,
    Lasers CO2
    Free Fat Transfer,
    Blepharoplasty,
    Mentoplasty,
    Facial Implants

    30. North Wales Facial Aesthetic Surgery Advanced Course, Bodelwyddan, 1996.

    Dr Brent Kennedy Aesthetic Facial Surgeon Utah, USA & Mr N.S. Peckitt

    A 2 day hands on course of lectures and clinical demonstrations/live operations

    Advanced Aesthetic Rhinoplasty
    Surgery of the Ageing Face
    Face Lift
    Endoscopic Face Lift
    Blepharoplasty
    Cheiloplasty

    At this course I presented the Case Planning of a Nasal Reconstruction with a Customised

    Titanium Implant. The 3 year outcome is now presented on our website.

    31. Brånemark Reunion, Meeting* Dublin. 1997. I was invited to address this meeting and presented a Case of Maxillary reconstruction to Professor Brånemark, who examined the patient personally. This reconstruction was kindly described as the best maxillary reconstruction ever seen, by Michael Early Consultant Craniofacial & Plastic Surgeon, Dublin, and the team in Doncaster is grateful for this support.

    32. 5th International Congress on Oral Cancer, London. 1997. Poster Presentation Customised implants

    33. North Wales Facial Aesthetic Surgery Course*, Bodelwyddan, 1998. Dr Brent Kennedy Aesthetic Facial Surgeon Utah, USA Mr Ninian Peckitt / Mr Paul Chui

    Advanced Course

    A two-day hands on course of lectures and clinical demonstrations/live operations

    Advanced Aesthetic Rhinoplasty - Joint Case managed in Doncaster by Mr N.S. Peckitt and Mr Paul Chui of Nasal Reconstruction with Titanium Implant presented by Mr Paul Chui.

    Surgery of Ageing Face.
    Face Lift, Neck Lift,
    Endoscopic Face Lift - Live Operation
    Liposuction,
    Laser Skin Resurfacing Erbium Yag techniques.
    Collagen,
    Advances in Free Fat Transfer,
    Blepharoplasty,
    Cheiloplasty
    Facial Implants

    34. Harrogate Laser Care Centre: Erbium Yag Laser Tutorial March 1998 Dr Cottrill Consultant Dermatologist Erbium Yag Laser Skin Resurfacing Live Operations Demonstration of Skin Resurfacing Techniques.

    35. EACMFS Meeting Helsinki, 1998 Paper Customised Implants in orofacial reconstruction.

    36. University of Leicester, Faculty of Medicine and Biological Sciences Procedure for Recruiting Specialist Registrars Course 22nd May 2000, Bassetlaw Hospital, Notts.

    37. University of Leicester, Faculty of Medicine and Biological Sciences Equal Opportunities Awareness Course 22nd May 2000, Bassetlaw Hospital, Notts.

    38. E.U. - Phideas Group: Rapid Prototyping in Medicine, Belfast 2001

    39. Engineering Assisted Surgery. A Gold Standard for a New Millennium National University of Ireland, National Centre of Biotechnology, Galway 2001

    40. Engineering Assisted Surgery. A Gold Standard for a New Millennium Annual Congress - Prague Dental Days, Prague, Czech Republic. 2001

    41. Bioceramics Meeting (Orthofix - Moje Ceramic Prosthesis) Leeds UK 2002

    42. Bicon Dental Implant Clinical Meeting and Master Class London UK 2002

    43. Harvest SmartPReP Platelet Rich Plasma - Tissue Engineering System - Training Certificate UK 2002

    44. IMTEC MDI Mini Dental Implant System - Training Certificate UK Feb. 2003

    45. Appointed UK Consultant Tutor for IMTEC MDI Min Dental Implant System August 2003

    46. Isolagen Training Certificate 6th Feb 2004

    47. Network-Lipolysis Trianing Certificate February 2005

    48. Training Certificate in Accelerated Osetogenic Orthodontics (Wilckodontics) Erie Penn USA October 2005

     

     

    PAPERS PRESENTED TO PROFESSIONAL BODIES



    1) Eosinophilic Granuloma of the Mandibular Condyle. A Case Report. (BAOMS, Reading 1986)

    2) Sequestrectomy Utilising a Vital Stain - Disulphine Blue. (BAOMS / SKOMF and SOF Joint Meeting, Halmstad, Sweden 1987)

    3) Malignant Melanoma of the Oral Cavity. A Case Report. (Welsh Oral Surgery Group Meeting, Llandrindod Wells, Wales 1988)

    4) Unicytic Ameloblastoma. A Case Report. (Welsh Oral Surgery Group Meeting, Llandrindod Wells, Wales 1989)

    5) Immunocytokeratin Detection of Micrometastases in Intraoral Carcinoma. (Welsh Oral Surgery' Group Meeting, Llandrindod Wells, Wales 1990)

    6) The Facial Nerve Function Coefficient. Computer Analysis of 100 "Normal" Subjects. (Welsh Oral Surgery Group Meeting, Llandrindod Wells, Wales 1991)

    7) Nutrition and the Surgical Patient. (Welsh Oral Surgery Group Meeting Llandrindod Wells, Wales 1992)

    8) Internal Oblique Free Flap - A Cadaveric Study. (Welsh Oral Surgery' Group Meeting Llandrindod Wells, Wales 1993)

    9) Immunohistological Detection of Micrometastases in Patients with Intraoral Carcinoma. (BAOMS, Cardiff 1993)

    10) Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Service in Doncaster. (BMA Postgraduate Meeting, Doncaster 1995).

    11) Immunohistological Detection of Micrometastases in Patients with Intraoral Carcinoma. (ANZAOMS Sydney 1995)

    12) Stereoscopic Lithography and the Manufacture of Customised Implants in Facial Reconstruction. (National Science Week Presentation, Doncaster 1996).

    13) Medical Emergencies (Dental Postgraduate Meeting, Doncaster 1996).

    14) Oral Surgery "Pigs Head" Course. (Dental Post Graduate Meeting, Leicester 1996).

    15) Medical Emergencies (Dental Postgraduate Meeting, Rotherham, 1996).

    16) Oral Surgery "Pigs Head" Course. (Dental Postgraduate Meeting, Doncaster 1997).

    17) Stereoscopic Lithography and the Manufacture of Customised Implants in Facial Reconstruction. (Implant Study Group, Doncaster, 1997).

    18) Stereoscopic Lithography and the Manufacture of Customised Implants in Facial Reconstruction. (B.D.A. Meeting University of Sheffield, 1997).

    19) Functional Reconstruction of the Orbit with inner table of Calvarium. (Post Graduate Meeting Doncaster, 1997).

    20) Reconstruction of the Nose utilising a Computer Generated Customised Titanium Implant. (North Wales Facial Aesthetic Course, Bodelwyddan, 1997).

    21) Stereoscopic Lithography and the Manufacture of Customised Implants in Facial Reconstruction. (Brånemark Reunion, Meeting Dublin, 1997).

    22) Stereoscopic Lithography and the Manufacture of Customised Implants in Facial Reconstruction. (Poster Presentation: 5th International Congress on Oral Cancer, London, 1997).

    23) The Immunohistological Detection of Micrometastases. (Medical Post Graduate Meeting Doncaster, 1998).

    24) Stereoscopic Lithography and the Manufacture of Customised Implants in Facial Reconstruction. (B.M.A. Meeting Rotherham, 1998).

    25) Stereoscopic Lithography and the Manufacture of Customised Implants in Facial Reconstruction. (Guest Lecturer ENT Sp. Registrar Meeting, Doncaster, 1998).

    26) Stereoscopic Lithography and the Manufacture of Customised Implants in Facial Reconstruction. (Guest Lecturer: Head & Neck Unit, Fairfax Hospital Virginia USA, 1998).

    27) Stereoscopic Lithography and the Manufacture of Customised Implants in Facial Reconstruction. (Guest Lecturer: Head & Neck Unit, George Washington Univ. Hosp. DC USA, 1998).

    28) Stereoscopic Lithography and the Manufacture of Customised Implants in Facial Reconstruction. (Guest Lecturer Plastic Surgery Unit, Pinderfields Hosp. Wakefield, 1998).

    29) Reconstruction of the Nose utilising a Computer Generated Customised Titanium Implant. (North Wales Facial Aesthetic Course, Llandudno, 1998).

    30) Stereoscopic Lithography and the Manufacture of Customised Implants in Facial Reconstruction. (EACMFS Meeting Helsinki, 1998).

    31) Regional Trent Postgraduate Study Day Aesthetic Facial Surgery. Functional Reconstruction of the Face with Customised Titanium Implants. (Nottingham Meeting 1998)

    32) The Society of Manufacturing Engineers Conference Stereolithography and Treatment Planning Workshop Chicago USA 1998

    *This paper was reported as the best paper of the entire conference (Rapid Prototyping Newsletter)

    33) Customised Implants in Orofacial Reconstruction The Stanley Melville Memorial Lecture, “Radiology 2000” Meeting Birmingham 1999

    34) Medical Devices Technology Meeting, Paris 1999 Opening address “Customised Implants in Orofacial Reconstruction”

    *Chairman Report “The best presentation ever given at this Meeting”

    35) Customised Implants in Orofacial Reconstruction University of Leeds – Institute of Dental Surgery 1999

    36) Customised Implants in Orofacial Reconstruction Czech Technical University/Charles University, Prague 1999

    37) Customised Implants in Orofacial Reconstruction British Dental Association Meeting, Winchester 2000

    38) Customised Implants in Orofacial Reconstruction National Cancer Institute of Milan 2000

    39) Customised Implants in Orofacial Reconstruction Department of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Bruges 2000

    40) Rapid Prototyping in the Management of Talus Fractures British Podiatric Association Meeting Chester UK 2002

    41) Engineering Assisted Surgery - A Gold Standard for a New Millennium Presentation to the North West Implant Group - UK 2003

    42) Engineering Assisted Surgery - A Gold Standard for a New Millennium. Presentation to MEDTech Ireland, Galway 2004

    43) Engineering Assisted Surgery - A Gold Standard for a New Millennium. Presentation to Univestity of Sheffield, UK 2004

    44) Engineering Assisted Surgery - A Gold Standard for a New Millennium. Presentation to the Royal Odonto-Chirurgical Society Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh December 2004

    Publications

    1. Peckitt N.S., Dhairyawan A., Van Der Veer M., Abdullah M.S.
    Laying down the groundwork of a dental service.
    MIDDLE EAST HEALTH (December 1987-Jan 1988); 34-35.


    2. Peckitt N.S., Wood G.A.
    Eosinophilic Granuloma of the Mandibular Condyle.
    BRITISH JOURNAL ORAL & MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY 1988; 26, 306-310.


    3. Phillips J.G., Peckitt N.S.
    Reconstruction of the Palate Using Bilateral Temporalis Muscle Flaps; A Case Report.
    BRITISH JOURNAL ORAL & MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY 1988; 26, 322-325.


    4. Phillips J.G., Postlethwaite K., Peckitt N.
    The Pectoralis Major Muscle flap Without Skin in Intraoral Reconstruction
    BRITISH JOURNAL ORAL &MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY 1988; 26,479-485.


    5. Fields M., Peckitt N.S.
    Facial nerve function index:
    A clinical measurement of facial nerve activity in patients with facial nerve palsies.
    ORAL SURGERY ORAL MEDICINE ORAL PATHOLOGY 1990; 69, 681-2.


    6. Phillips J.G., Falconer D.T., Postlethwaite K., Peckitt N.
    Pectoralis major muscle flap with bone graft in intra-Oral Reconstruction.
    BRITISH JOURNAL ORAL & MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY 1990; 28, 160-163.


    7. Peckitt N.S., Fields M.J., Gregory M.C.
    A Closed Drainage System for Head and Neck Sepsis.
    JOURNAL OF ORAL AND MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY 1990; 48,758-759.


    8. Peckitt N.S., Wood G.A
    Malignant Melanoma of the oral cavity. A Case Report.
    ORAL SURGERY, ORAL MEDICINE, ORAL PATHOLOGY 1990; 70, 161-164.


    9. Seddon S.V., Peckitt N.S., Davidson R.N., Sugar A.W.
    Helminth Infection of the Parotid Gland.
    JOURNAL OF ORAL AND MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY 1992; 50, 183-185.


    10. Allison R.T., Baron S., Peckitt N
    Lymph node micrometastases: an investigation, including 3-D reconstruction.
    BRITISH JOURNAL OF BIOMEDICAL SCIENCE 1994; 51, 109-113.


    11. Peckitt N.S., Walker R.V., Barker G.R.
    The Facial Nerve Function Coefficient: Analysis of 100 Normal Subjects.
    JOURNAL OF ORAL AND MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY 1992; 51, 338-339.


    12. Ellis S.G., Lee N.J., Peckitt N.S.
    Mucous Retention Cyst of the Soft Palate: A Case Presentation.
    DENTAL UPDATE 1995; 22(10), 421-422.


    13. Lee N.J., Peckitt N.S.
    Treatment of a Sublingual Hematoma with Medicinal Leeches: Report of a Case.
    JOURNAL OF ORAL & MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY 1996; 54(10), 101-103.


    14. Peckitt N.S.
    Maxillectomy. To Reconstruct or to Obturate
    Results of a UK Survey of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons.
    BRITISH JOURNAL OF ORAL & MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY 1996; 34(1), 128.

    15. Atherton G.J., Peckitt N.S.
    Bilateral Dislocation of the Temporomandibular Joints in a 2-year-old child: Report of a Case.
    JOURNAL OF ORAL AND MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY 1997; 55(6), 646-647.

    16. Peckitt N.S.
    Stereoscopic Lithography and the manufacture of customized titanium implants in orofacial reconstruction.
    BRITISH JOURNAL OF ORAL AND MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY 1999; 37, 353-369.

    17. Ninian Peckitt
    Industrialised Medicine
    MACHINERY 1st October 2004 pp 35 -37

    18. Ninian Peckitt
    Engineering Assisted Surgery
    PROBLEMY EKSPLOATACJI - MAINTENANCE PROBLEMS 2/2005 (57)
    Kwartalnik ISSN 1232-9312 pp 135-147

    BOOKS

    1. Rapid Prototyping Casebook
    Chapter: Rapid prototypes and customized implants in maxillofacial reconstruction. Pages 191-200

    Publishers: Professional Engineering Publications 2001 ISBN 1 86058 076 9

    2. Books - (available March 2006)

    Evidenced Based Practice: Phosphatidylcholine.
    A Review of Evidence for the Mode of Action in Injection Lipolysis.

     


    ISBN 1905217-13-7

    http://www.jeremymillspublishing.co.uk