Mr Jesper Sorensen is a London based plastic and reconstructive surgeon who specialises in aesthetic plastic surgery and facial reconstructive surgery.
Mr Sorensen qualified in Medicine from the University of Copenhagen in 1992. After completing training in trauma and general surgery, he undertook higher surgical training in plastic surgery at the National University Hospital in Denmark. Particularly interested in surgery of the face and the facial nerve, he pursued in-depth research in this field from early in his career. In 1998, he completed a thesis on peripheral nerve regeneration for which he received a doctorate (PhD) from the University of Copenhagen.
Throughout his career Mr Sorensen has received numerous honours and awards, including two National Scientist Fellowships and a National Research Council Fellowship, as well as professional recognition for excellence in surgery.
Mr Sorensen is an Honorary Consultant Plastic Surgeon at University College London Hospital.
He undertakes advanced facial reconstructive surgeries, including treatments for facial palsy and surgeries for reduced eyelid function.
Mr Sorensen has a special interest in aesthetic surgeries, including natural-looking facial rejuvenation, facelifts, neck lifts, endoscopic brow lifts, eyelid and oculoplastic surgeries, facial fat grafting, facial contouring, buccal fat reduction and facial implants.