Mr Jonathan Lohn: Plastic surgery
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Mr Jonathan Lohn

Plastic surgery

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Specialises in

  • Lower limb surgery
  • Reconstructive surgery

About me

Mr Lohn trained is a fully accredited plastic surgeon with the GMC and holds the FRCSPlast qualification from the Royal College of Surgeons of England.

He trained in the UK on the London training programme, also spending fellowship time at The Wellington Hospital in Cosmetic surgery and The Royal Marsden Hospital in cancer reconstruction. He then spent 15 months on fellowship in Melbourne, Australia at the world renowned Royal Melbourne and Royal Women's Hospitals refining his skills in complex cancer and post traumatic reconstruction as well as cosmetic surgery under the tutelage of Professor Mark Ashton.

He currently practises in the NHS at St. George's Hospital in London where he performs complex cancer and post trauma reconstruction as well as being a core member of the regional bone infection unit.

Areas of interest

Mole Removal; Skin Cancer (basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, malignant melanoma); Cosmetic Surgery of the breasts and abdomen; Hand Surgery (carpal tunnel, cubital tunnel, trigger finger, dupuytrens disease, tendon and nerve repair, hand fracture fixation, soft tissue hand injuries) ; Lower Limb Surgery (soft tissue injury, combined management of severe injuries, free flap reconstruction); Breast Reconstruction (DIEP flap); Abdominal wall reconstruction

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