Sonja is a Consultant Plastic Surgeon with specialist interest in aesthetic, hand and wrist and reconstructive skin surgery. Her practice, based in London and Surrey, ranges from soft tissue reconstruction and complex upper limb surgery to rejuvenating procedures for body and face.
Sonja holds an NHS post at St George’s University Hospital in South-West London and consults private patients at King Edward VII’s Hospital in Central London, Parkside Hospital in Wimbledon, and Spire St Anthony’s and Ashtead Hospital in Surrey.
Sonja is currently a Lead Consultant for the Plastic Surgery Department at St George’s Hospital. Teaching and training of junior colleagues, research and audit supervision, publications and presentations at national and international conferences are integral part of her practice.
"We will never be able to adequately thank you for helping to restore our daughter’s finger to its original beauty. It was simply amazing that you were able to sew together such a small digit. As professionals ourselves, we appreciate that one is not always thanked, even when the outcome is successful. We shall be eternally grateful to you for the operation you performed for our daughter."
"Dear Sonja, I just want to say a big thank you for everything you have done for me over the last few years. Having the pain taken away from my hands is marvellous. Hopefully I won’t need you again, but I know you will be making a massive difference to many others! Thank you."
"I 68 years old and a cabinet maker, I amputated my thumb in a workshop accident in January 2017. I was immediately taken to St Georges, where, about three hours later, Ms Cerovac and her team commenced replanting my thumb. The care I received in all departments at St George’s was exemplary both during my stay and since in after care. I feel that the care and attention given to me greatly enhanced my positive attitude towards recovery. I started back to work in a small way within weeks and now I am operating full time as normal, and while working I rarely notice that I have damaged my thumb..." >>
“Dear Sonja, thank you for your openess in helping me, your kindness and your time – and for the occasional joke in the operating room to calm my nerves. I have infinate gratitude for all your support.“
“Seen very promptly by Sonja Cerovac. After a fall I sustained a large cut on my nose. Wound was still open 6 days after being sustained. After initial consultation on morning of 8th May she fitted me in for corrective surgery the same day. Amazing. 12 days on the dressing and sutures removed by Sonja. To my amazement there is virtually no visible scar. Her work is incredible I couldn’t be happier. Best money I’ve spent in years. Thank you."
“Following a most unsatisfactory and uninspiring referral to St Helier Hospital, I was fortunate indeed to be referred to Ms Sonja Cerovac. She inspired confidence from the very first moment with her knowledge and professionalism. I would have no hesitation in referring any one requiring hand surgery to make a point of seeing her.”
Advances in Hand Surgery 2021
I was delighted to participate in Advances in Hand Surgery Course which connected virtually so many surgeons, trainees and therapists over the last 3 days.
As lockdown restrictions ease off, we are able to welcome new and follow up patients again.
Changes during Coronavirus Outbreak
Covid-19 pandemic has led to almost complete disruption of healthcare provision in the private sector over the last few weeks.
BAPRAS Winter Meeting 2019
Very pleased to have participated at the BAPRAS Winter Meeting with my own study at the upper limb section of the Congress.
BAPRAS announcement on breast implant safety
In collaboration with the MHRA, ABS and BAAPS, BAPRAS has recently announced a joint Association perspective on Breast Implant safety.
Surgeons save man’s hand after seventeen hours of surgery
A superb team effort in saving a carpenters hand after an amputation with a circular saw – proud to have been a member of this group.
Has your hand injury been evaluated correctly?
Sonja Cerovac talks about the importance of hand injury evaluation in Spire St Anthony's Hospital GP Newsletter.
First ever total wrist replacement at St George’s
A Successful Total Wrist Joint Replacement at St George’s Hospital.
Our systematic review presented at IFSSH-IFSHT meeting in Berlin
Study compared published evidence on conservative and operative management of the finger flexion contractures, a common and treatable joint deformity.
All enquiries are handled
by the Practice Manager:
Tel: +44 (0) 845 026 7776
Miss Sonja Cerovac
Ashtead, Surrey KT21 2SB