Former Doctor Who special effects worker Tim Barter has had fat from his stomach inserted into his temple to help reshape his head after he suffered horrific injuries falling off a drainpipe.
Mr Barter, 32, fell 25ft (8m) after locking himself out of his house in Brixton, south London, in June 2009.
When he woke up ten days later at King's College Hospital he had a brain haemorrhage, a shattered eye socket and a broken leg.
Tim Barter says he has no recollection of the fall that led to his head injuries (Picture: King's College Hospital)
A large part of his skull on the right side of his head had also been removed in a life-saving procedure to cope with bleeding and swelling on the brain.
Using state of the art medical technology, doctors fitted a titanium plate to even out his head, while fat from his stomach was injected through his cheek to help fill out the concavity.