Dr Ania Smialkowski

Dr Ania Smialkowski is a specialist plastic surgeon at Southern Aesthetic. She has a special interest in aesthetic surgery of the breast and body for women, and general plastic reconstructive surgery.

As a specialist plastic surgeon, I understand that each patient has their own story. I apply the knowledge and experience gained through my extensive surgical training, as well as support, compassion, and respect to ensure the highest level of personalised care is delivered.


Dr Ania received her specialist qualifications in plastic and reconstructive surgery awarded by the Royal Australian College of Surgeons. After this, she undertook further training in cosmetic and aesthetic surgery and completed the Sydney Cosmetic Surgery Fellowship, focusing on breast and body surgery. She also completed the Breast Reconstruction and Microsurgery Fellowship at Hospital de la Santa Creu i San Pau in Barcelona, Spain, working and learning from world leaders in this field. Dr Ania has also spent extended time in Europe, attending various clinics, conferences, and courses to enhance her knowledge and experience in plastic and cosmetic surgery.


Dr Ania Smialkowski is a fully qualified Australian Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon. She first completed a Bachelor of Medical Science at the University of Sydney, followed by a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery at the University of Notre Dame in Perth. She returned to Sydney to commence her internship and continued her surgical and specialist training in Sydney. Dr Ania is a fellow of the Royal Australian College of Surgeons specialising in Plastic and Reconstructive surgery. This means that she has trained to the highest standard attainable in Australia.

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More information on choosing a surgeon

Choosing the right surgeon is one of the most important decisions you can make when considering surgery. Your family doctor can usually give you good advice. Make sure your plastic surgeon has the only specialist surgical qualification recognized by the Australian Medical Council, a Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons specifically in plastic surgery (FRACS Plast).