Welcome to Plastic Surgery Sydney
Plastic Surgery Sydney offers breast augmentation, rhinoplasty, facelifts, liposuction, tummy tucks, labiaplasty and vaginoplasty. Two or more of these techniques can be combined in our mummy makeovers.
Trained in Australia, our aesthetic plastic surgeon Dr Laith Barnouti is a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (FRACS Plast). Doctor Barnouti is a highly qualified surgeon who uses the latest and safest surgical procedures to create a natural look. Book a consultation now at one of our clinics in Broadway, Chatswood or Parramatta.
Many of our clients describe the decision to get plastic surgery and the results as life-changing. Some people choose to have surgery to correct a crooked nose, reduce the weight of heavy breasts or repair the effects of ageing. Others may require surgery after an accident, following weight loss or after pregnancy and childbirth. The benefits can be purely cosmetic or lead to improved physical or sexual function.
After recovery time, most clients report an improved sense of wellbeing because they look better, feel healthier or are now pain-free.
Take a look at our Before After Photos which showcase the results achieved in our Sydney Clinics.
Study Shows Etched Six-Pack is a Safe Cosmetic Procedure From the Daily Telegraph, May 2019: Some might call them lazy abs, but Australians are lining up for a cosmetic tummy procedure that literally draws lines
Restoring Form and Function the Biggest Driver for Labiaplasty There are many serious reasons for women to seek labiaplasty surgery that don’t include wanting a ‘designer vagina’ writes Dr Laith Barnouti, Specialist Plastic Surgeon and
Restoring Form and Function is the Biggest Driver for Labiaplasty There are many more serious reasons women seek out labiaplasty that don’t include wanting a ‘Designer Vagina’, writes Dr Laith Barnouti, Specialist Plastic Surgeon
Ground Breaking Surgery to Replace Amputated Fingers This story has been reproduced from the Ramsay Health Care Corporate Newsletter, January 2018. For Mr Nguyen, a 30-year-old factory work, the loss of two fingers in a workplace injury