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You might have heard of the term “drop and fluff”. You might not have. Either way, if you are planning to have or have had a breast augmentation you need to know what it is. It’s a term used to describe what your breasts and new breast implants do after a breast...read more
Rhinoplasty is still one of the most popular plastic surgery procedures, and will no doubt continue to be. The nose is one of the most significant parts of the face and whether it’s due to genetics or trauma, having a shapely nose is the reason many undergo plastic...read more
Imagine getting an instant hydrating glow to your face with a reduction of fine lines, dark eyes and puffiness with just a facial. Yes please! It’s called the Oxygen Facial, or Oxygen Therapy Treatment and it’s a now not so secret secret to plump, glowing, healthy...read more
Scientists and surgeons have known that fat has great restorative potential since World War I when it’s said they used it to fast-track the soldiers’ wound healing. Lipogems is the innovation of a company from Milan, Italy who developed the technology and a procedure...read more
OK, so most of us women are never going to say we’ll never wear makeup again, let’s be real. However, as the weather starts to get warmer, it gets trickier and trickier to manage makeup that doesn’t handle the Australian heat. What if you were so confident and happy...read more
Sound too good to be true? Actually, The Access Program is a real and functioning initiative of Integrated Specialist Healthcare (ISHCERF) and MQ Health in a collaboration to offer Australians affordable health care, particularly for specialist treatments and surgical...read more
It’s that time of the year when I start noticing all my skin imperfections on my legs that I’ve mostly hidden during winter with long pants, long skirts, tights and the like. One of the things that seem to get more noticeable each year are the veins on my legs. I get...read more
Vaginal rejuvenation is the broad term we use to describe the treatment of vaginal atrophy, laxity, incontinence, or many of the other issues we get down there. Dr Gina Messiha, Director and Founder of Ocean Cosmetics in WA, and trained in obstetric and gynaecology...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.