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Ever wondered how to treat scars with non surgical treatments? What scar gels and creams are better than others? What ingredients should we should look for in a scar gel or cream? What non-surgical treatments can help with scarring including Healite and Phototherapy...read more
Lindsay knew she wanted plastic surgery after she finished breastfeeding her fourth child. Having lost a lot of confidence as a result of being unhappy with what her breasts looked like, Lindsay found Plastic Surgeon Dr Rohit Kumar and after discussing her options had...read more
One of the most common reasons for aesthetic breast surgery is to restore a woman’s body after pregnancy and breastfeeding. Breastfeeding can take a toll on your breasts and leave them deflated, droopy, and sometimes heavier than before. Some women have trouble...read more
Alison says she's always had larger breasts and even developed osteo-arthritis from the pressure it put on her back. She says it caused huge physical and practical issues most of her life. After years of yoyo dieting and two children, Alison had gastric sleeve surgery...read more
Dr Bruce Williamson from Skin Smart Clinic in Sydney talks about the Lumecca - an IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) device part of the Inmode platform that also offers radiofrequency, microneedling and other skin rejuvenation treatments making it an extremely versatile...read more
The recent breast implant recall by Allergan has caused a media frenzy, and there has been a lot of confusion for patients wondering if they need to have their implants removed. The source of all the concern stems from a disease called Breast Implant Associated...read more
Michelle says she's been overweight for most of her life, but over a period of time lost a large amount of weight and subsequently had skin removal surgeries with Dr Amira Sanki in Sydney. Michelle says Dr Sanki was the first and last surgeon she had a consultation...read more
“Is a Tummy Tuck covered by Medicare” is one of the most commonly asked questions when it comes to plastic surgery and Medicare. There have been so many changes in the last few years with what is and is not covered that it can be hard to keep up and can get confusing....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.