Graduated from the Victor Babes University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Timisoara, Romania (1997).
Specialist Plastic Surgeon certified by the Romanian Ministry of Health (2004), The Ministry of Health – United Arab Emirates (2008) and The Irish Medical Council (2019).
Fellowship in Aesthetic – Cosmetic Surgery and Facial Palsy Surgery at the Clinic of Plastic Surgery “Prof. Dr. Fausto Viterbo” under the supervision of Professor Fausto Viterbo, Head of the Division of Plastic Surgery, Botucatu Medical School, Sao Paulo State University, Brazil (2006 and 2013).
Specialist Plastic Surgeon at MedArt Clinics, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia (2007 – 2008) and MedLife – Genesys Hospital, Arad, Romania (since 2009).
Dr. Horia Siclovan is the first Romanian plastic surgeon whose scientific articles were published in Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Journal (Official Journal of the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery).
The contribution of Dr. Horia Siclovan to breast augmentation surgery and his published articles on the subject in peer-reviewed journals are well known to the plastic surgery community:
- Versatility of muscle splitting bipane technique associated with internal mastopexy in breast hypoplasia, ptosis and asymmetry“ –European Journal of Plastic Surgery (Volume 38, Issue 1, February 2015, 37 – 42)
- Advantages and outcomes in subfascial breast augmentation: a two- year review of experience – Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (vol. 32, number 3, May 2008, 426 – 431)
Member of International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ISAPS), American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), Romanian Aesthetic Surgery Society (SRCE) and Romanian Association of Plastic Surgeons (ACPR).
Dr. Horia Siclovan attends and presents his work at various conferences around the world. These include conferences in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), Miami (USA), Paris (France), Santiago de Chile (Chile), Geneva (Switzerland), Kyoto (Japan), Monte Carlo (Monaco), Buenos Aires (Argentina), Salta (Argentina), Saint Petersburg (Russia), Prague (Czech Republic), Dubai (United Arad Emirates), Riyadh (Saudi Arabia), Botucatu (Brazil), München (Germany), Szeged (Hungary), Doha (Qatar), Cairo (Egypt), Budapest (Hungary), Belgrade (Serbia), Bucharest (Romania).