In this country the most popular procedures – regardless of age or sex – are eyelid surgery, nose surgery, breast augmentation, breast lifts and liposuction. In total, these procedures account for more than half of Australia’s total cosmetic surgical procedures. A list of surgical procedures covered within the Hub are:


Breast Augmentation

Breast Augmentation surgery is by far the most common type of elective surgery that you will find throughout the world. The definition of Breast Augmentation surgery is the process of ‘augmenting’ the breasts in order to increase the size, shape and feel of the breast. This is also commonly called “breast enlargement”. The way in which you augment your breasts is by adding breast implants and this surgery is referred to as ‘Breast implant surgery’.

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Breast Implants

Why have Breast Augmentation (BA) Surgery? There are two main reasons why people undergo breast implant surgery. The first is reconstructive, to rebuild the breast after treatment for breast cancer. Breast implant surgery is often the next step for women who have had a mastectomy – the removal of the breast, due to breast cancer or as a preventative measure to reduce the chances of getting breast cancer. A mastectomy can often leave a woman feeling self-conscious and less feminine, in some cases leading to depression.

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Breast Lift

A Breast Lift with Implants helps increase the size of the breasts, while at the same time improves the position of the breast in a single surgery procedure. This two in one procedure will help reduce the discomfort and downtime involved for multiple surgical procedures.

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Breast Reduction

Breast reduction surgery is a procedure whereby the excess fat, glandular tissue and skin is removed, resulting in smaller and firmer breasts, that are naturally supported by the body. In addition, the procedure helps ensures that the individual has a more symmetrical breast. The outcome of breast reduction surgery is an appropriate and desirable size, shape and symmetry of the breasts. If you want to know about breast reduction cost, just go to the FAQ section where you will find some information about breast reduction cost.

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Breast Implant Revision

Breast Implant Revision is also known as breast implant replacement. It is a cosmetic surgical procedure to revise or correct the aesthetic appearance of the breast resulting from the following: ruptured implants, unsatisfactory result of a breast augmentation, infection, implants that have rippled, rubbed or shifted, wrong implant size, hardening of implants, leakage of silicone implant, and deflation of saline implants.

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Breast Implant Removal/Mastectomy

Breast Implant Removal is a surgical procedure to reverse the breast augmentation, replace, revise the shape or size of the breast, or to simply remove the implants.

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Mummy Makeover

A mummy makeover is a great morale booster. Most women like to be admired and talked about in a positive manner. The process of giving birth will make changes in the body, mostly around the abdominal and breast areas.

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Liposuction, lipoplasty or liposculpture is commonly known as “suction-assisted fat removal” and has been developed to help remove fat from various parts of the body to improve body shape and size. It is more beneficial as a body sculpting procedure than as a weight loss tool. The aim of liposculpture is not necessarily to remove all the fatty tissue but rather enough to make an area significantly slimmer in shape and appearance.

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Tummy tuck surgery or Abdominoplasty – the medical term for this procedure – is an operation that flattens the abdomen by way of removal of excess skin and fat, and the tightening of the muscles in the abdominal wall.

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Buttock Augmentation

The derrière, bottom, bum, or gluteus maximus are a small sample of some of the names that we call our bottom. The buttock area is significant as it can have a number of uses, ranging from; cushioning our bones when we sit and lie down, to attracting members of the opposite sex (or same sex). The bottom is undeniably one of the most useful parts of the body however, some have not been blessed with attractive buttocks like others have.

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Face Lift

Face Lift Surgery or Rhytidectomy – the medical term for this procedure – is an operation that can have the ability to make an individual appear younger and ‘fresher’ faced. Whether you are a man or a woman, a facelift is available to anyone.

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Nose surgery or Rhinoplasty – the medical term for this procedure – is an extremely well-known form of elective surgery to reshape or modify the shape and size of the nose. Another name for nose surgery is ‘nose job’ or ‘nose reshaping’ and is not only requested for cosmetic reasons, but may also be performed to correct breathing and sinus issues.

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Eyelid surgery or Blepharoplasty – the medical term for this procedure – is an operation to remove excess skin around the eye area. Excess skin and bags can not only make you look tired and drained but can also make you look much older then you are – or want to look.

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Male Breast Reduction

Male Breast Reduction or Gynaecomastia – the medical term for this procedure – is an operation to reduce the appearance of breasts on a male. It is not as common as female breast reduction surgery however, there are a huge amount of men in the world who suffer from this devastating anatomical issue.

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Penile augmentation surgery is classed as an elective plastic surgery; it is designed to not only increase the length of the penis, but also increases the girth.

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