Mummy makeover plastic surgery

Mummy makeovers, what does it really mean? Introduction Although having children is one of life’s greatest gifts, pregnancy, childbirth and breastfeeding can take a huge, and often irreversible toll, on a woman’s body, leaving many mothers dissatisfied with their appearance. It is a fact that after having a baby some body parts will never return […]

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What is IV sedation?

IV (intravenous) sedation is a common and safe form of anaesthesia used every day around the world.  It is also widely used for cosmetic plastic surgery procedures in Australia. Combined with local anaesthesia (medicine which makes the operative site numb), this combination ensures that your surgeon can achieve the best result possible for you. The […]

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Breast lift and implants surgery

Breast droop is a very common problem and it can be as distressing to women as under developed breasts. Drooping is a result of multiple factors.  Aging, pregnancy and breastfeeding, weight loss all take their toll.  It is the result of softening and stretching of the ligaments responsible for keeping the breast up and of […]

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Preparation for Surgery

Questions for the patient to consider before pursuing Plastic Surgery: What are my motives for wanting to change how I look? What are the specific attributes of my appearance that I want to change? Do I have realistic expectations about the results of the surgery? What aspects of my life will be affected such as […]

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Woman warns against ‘designer vagina’ surgery following procedure

An Australian woman who underwent cosmetic surgery on her vagina as a teenager has warned others against doing the same, as the numbers of women undergoing similar procedures grow. An Australian woman who had cosmetic surgery on her vagina 10 years ago says she wishes she had not gone ahead with the procedure and has […]

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Thinking about getting a tummy tuck in Sydney, Australia?

Thinking about getting a tummy tuck in Sydney, Australia? You’re not alone; the tummy tuck or abdominoplasty has become one of our most commonly requested plastic surgery procedures. What is abdominoplasty or a tummy tuck? Abdominoplasty, more commonly called a tummy tuck, is a surgical procedure which removes excess skin and fat from the middle […]

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Are you thinking about getting eyelid surgery in Sydney, Australia?

Eyelid surgery or blepharoplasty is an effective way to correct droopy eyelids, bags under the eyes, puffy eyelids or under eye sagging. Eyelid surgery recontours and reshapes the upper and/or lower eyelids by trimming away excess skin and fat from the eye area creating a more youthful appearance. Sydney Plastic Surgery pays close attention to […]

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Australian doctors are referring local patients to businesses which promote and sell medical tourism

  Australian doctors are referring local patients to businesses which promote and sell medical tourism, a trend which may continue as the costs for the same procedures in Australia continue to grow. Australian doctors are referring patients to companies which organise for surgery and other medical treatments to be done in countries like Thailand. Faced […]

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man boob surgery in Sydney

Man boob surgery in Sydney sometimes called ‘male breast reduction’ surgery and is used to treat a medical problem known as gynecomastia. Gynecomastia is a condition in which there is more male breast tissue than desired resulting in ‘man boobs’. This condition may be caused by many different factors but can usually be treated successfully through […]

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Thinking of getting a mini facelift, face lift or full face and neck lift in Sydney, Australia?

face lift surgery

Aging of the face and neck affects all of us in a different way so considering any form of facial rejuvenation or recountoring, including a face lift or face and neck lift is a very personal decision. The facelift procedure, medically termed rhytidectomy, corrects many problems associated with an aging face including wrinkles to restore […]

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