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Drs. M.C. Schuringa

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Drs. M.C. Schuringa - Boerhaave
Mr M.C. Schuringa has been a registered plastic surgeon since 2004. He works as a plastic, reconstructive and hand surgeon at the Reinier de Graaf hospital in Delft and also at the Boerhaave Medical Centre in Amsterdam. He is therefore a specialist with extensive training and experience, giving him with the necessary skills to find one or more solutions to most issues presented to him. It is important to him that patients consciously decide which procedure they want and, of course, which surgeon.


Medical studies, Free University Amsterdam
1984 – 1992
AGNIO plastic surgery, Eindhoven / Veldhoven
1993 – 1997
Preliminary training in general surgery, Maxima Medical Centre, Veldhoven
1998 – 2001
Training in plastic surgery, Radboud UMC, Nijmegen
2001 – 2004

Work experience

Plastic surgeon, Reinier de Graaf hospital, Delft
2004 – now
Plastic surgeon, Reinier de Graaf hospital, Delft From 2009 to date, head of professional group
2004 – now
Plastic surgeon, Boerhaave Medical Centre, Amsterdam
2012 – now


  • Dutch Association for Plastic Surgery (NVPC)

  • Dutch Association for Cosmetic Plastic Surgery (NVEPC)

  • Dutch Association for Hand Surgery


“Spongiosaplastiek uit de distale radius”, M.C. Schuringa and M.R. Fechner. Medisch Journaal 1996, 25(1); 21-23. Abstract NTVG, March 16, 1996, 140(11); 636.
“Het vermijden van ernstige complicaties van de endoscopische carpale tunnel release”. Abstract NTVG.
“Cancellous bone grafting from the distal radius”, Eur J Plast Surg (2002) 25:319-322.
“Gesteelde kapsellappen geschikt als drager voor huidtransplantaten”. Abstract NTVG 2004 27 November;148 (48).
“Formation of a reliable capsular flap in a rat model”, J Plast Reconstr Aesthet Surg. 2007:60(5):536-42.
“Pedicled prelaminated capsular flaps for coverage of skin defect in a rat model”. J Plast Reconstr Aesthet Surg, 62 (2009): 230-234.


Michiel Schuringa enjoys sailing and goes running at least once a week.
Once a year, he goes to Bangladesh for two weeks as part of a team, where he operates on less fortunate people, usually children, in need of surgical care, so that they can lead a normal life without the unfortunate effects of schisis or burns.


He lives with Manou Batstra and has 3 children.