Australasian Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons | 16 March 2018 Whilst I can understand why people want to race out and show off their new features following cosmetic surgery, a big part of achieve the best result is giving your body the appropriate amount of time to heal properly writes Dr Warwick Nettle, Specialist Plastic… Read more »
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Australasian Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons | 7 March 2018 Dr Amira Sanki, Australasian Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons’ Board Member and Plastic Surgeon at Southern Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, says a common question she is asked by patients who have not yet had children when they are considering breast augmentation, is whether or not they’ll… Read more »
Australian Society of Plastic Surgeons | 28 February 2018 A ‘tummy tuck’ (abdominoplasty) operation can reduce back pain and urinary incontinence after pregnancy and childbirth according to a new Australian study published in the prestigious US journal, Plastic And Reconstructive Surgery. In 2016 the Department of Health reclassified abdominoplasty as a cosmetic procedure, removing it… Read more »
A warning by the Australasian Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons highlights the serious risks involved in having cosmetic surgery overseas, versus choosing to stay local. Click to read the latest official advice…
Bride Jemma was truly glowing on her special day with flawless skin, thanks to a combination treatment plan we designed for her leading up to her wedding. Read details of Jemma’s treatments and view images of her stunning wedding on the Amalfi Coast in Italy.
by Dr Brigid Corrigan > So you’re thinking of getting breast implants? There’s certainly a wealth of information out there. We’ve put together some of the most common questions our patients ask us when they are thinking about breast augmentation surgery.