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“Excellence in Cosmetic Surgery” This coming weekend it’s that time of the year again when the who’s who of the aesthetics industry come together to rub shoulders and discuss the latest innovations and techniques in plastic and cosmetic surgery. This year the annual...read more
Rachel is a 30 year old mother from Broome, WA and recently underwent an umbilicoplasty to change her “outie” belly button to an “innie”. This procedure is on the rise and Rachel’s surgeon, Dr Mark Hanikeri, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon in WA, performs quite a...read more
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and hopefully this reminds women of the importance of regularly checking your breasts. But what about if you have implants? Are there any additional considerations to take into account? We referred to Plastic and Cosmetic...read more
13th National Laser and Cosmetic Medicine Conference, 11 – 12 November 2017, Crown Promenade Melbourne
Less than a month to go, register today! Recent media attention relating to the death of Ms Jean Huang on 1st September has highlighted serious concerns in relation to the regulation of Cosmetic Medicine. Next month, the 13th National Laser and Cosmetic Medicine...read more
There is always a lot of debate on whether to go behind or in front of the muscle with breast implants and most surgeons use both techniques. The problem with placing implants in front of the muscle is that the implant is close to the skin and rippling is quite...read more
Every time Zara looked at photos of herself she felt like she couldn’t see her eyes - only a big overhang where it looked like her eyes were always closed. Zara started looking into the possibility of eye surgery and when she had her consult with Dr Jayson Oates from...read more
Dr Jess Wang from Ocean Cosmetics in WA is a Member of the Cosmetic Physician College of Australia (CPCA), a general practitioner and cosmetic doctor. Passionate about non-surgical cosmetic medicine and helping patients with challenging skin conditions and issues, Dr...read more
Factor 4 is a treatment we’ve been raving on about, but it’s easy to see why when you see results like these ones. Riana from Riana’s Health and Skin Care Clinic in Greenway, ACT has lived, breathed and dreamed beauty for most of her life and owned her own salon all...read more
At the hub we’ve compiled lots of information describing the various cosmetic and plastic surgery procedures and the risks that can be involved. This information is designed to help you with your decision making.
We believe that surgery is a serious matter that shouldn’t be entered into lightly. We definitely do not think that a decision to have surgery should be influenced by a cheap procedure or the lure of an overseas holiday. It simply makes no sense to increase your risks.
Now, you might be very surprised to know that in Australia any doctor is allowed to perform plastic surgery… such as a breast augment, or a facelift… I don’t know about you, but for me this would be totally unacceptable.
If I’m going to have a procedure as prominent as a facelift or a boob job, then I want to make sure that the doctor is a qualified surgeon, with specialised training in plastic surgery. Nothing less would do.
The single most important advice that I can give you is to make sure that your doctor is a trained surgeon.
If you decide to proceed and go ahead with the surgery we’d love to hear about your experience, and I’m sure many other readers that are contemplating similar surgery and are having similar concerns and experiences would love to hear about it too.