Mr Pundrique Sharma is a Consultant Plastic Surgeon in Lancashire
General Plastic Surgery
Abdominoplasty (full, mini, fleur-de-lis, with liposuction)
Blepharoplasty (Upper Eyelid Lift)
Breast Uplift, Breast - Combined Uplift and Augmentation, Breast Asymmetry Correction, Breast Reduction, Liposuction, Prominent Ear Correction, Hand and Upper Limb Surgery, Peripheral Nerve Surgery (e.g. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Cubital Tunnel Syndrome), Paediatric Plastic Surgery, Scar Revision
1st Class BSc (Hons), PhD, 22 Regional National and International Presentation, 19 publications, 3 textbook chapters. Pundrique Sharma is a respected and extensively trained Plastic Surgeon with 14 years of experience within the speciality and has performed over 4,000 plastic, reconstructive and aesthetic cases.
He holds a post as a Consultant Plastic Surgeon at Alder Hey Children’s Hospital. He has been independently rated as one of the top 3 plastic surgeons in Liverpool for two consecutive years (2019-2020, 2020-2021)
Mr Sharma’s undergraduate training was at University College London Medical School, where he was one of 6 students selected through national competition to undertake a PhD simultaneously with his medical degree. Thereafter, his basic and specialist plastic surgery training was in London and the South East including at University College London Hospital, Addenbrooke’s (part of Cambridge University Hospitals), and Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital.
He then attained prestigious subspeciality fellowships in upper limb reconstruction and paediatric plastic surgery at Great Ormond Street and at “Sick Kids” Hospital in Toronto, where he was Chief Fellow, and breast surgery at the world renowned St Andrew’s Centre for Plastic Surgery in Chelmsford. Additionally Mr Sharma has travelled extensively to learn directly from colleagues around the world including to London, New York, and New Delhi. Teaching the next generation of surgeons is very important to Mr Sharma. He is a recognised plastic surgery trainer within the Mersey Deanery. He has won awards for his teaching from University College London and Queen Mary, University of London.
Mr Sharma not only loves his work as a plastic surgeon, but also takes great pride in it and the positive effects it can have on his patients’ lives. He believes that the best results for his patients are not simply a result of technical expertise but also a consequence of honest and open communication – by listening to what the patient actually wants, and working out with them how this can best be attained.
British Medical Association, General Medical Council
Candidate Member of the Plastic Surgery Research Council (USA)
British Association of Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons
Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons (England)
Mersey OrthoPlastic Group
North West Society for Hand Surgery
Alder Hey Children's Hospital
Monday evening (alternate)