Category: Breast Reduction
The happiest group of patients I operate on are breast reduction patients, and this is also the most frequent operation I do.
Although large breasts may have appeal initially, this is soon overcome by the reality of neck, shoulder and back pain; bra straps cutting into shoulders; repeated and frequent headaches; sweating and rashes under the breasts; difficulties in exercising and playing sport; not being able to find bras that fit, support and don’t cost a fortune; fashionable clothing not...Read More
Many people are aware of breast augmentation surgery, which involves the use of breast implants to increase the size and alter the shape of the breasts. Yet there is also breast reduction surgery, which is performed to reduce the size of the breasts so that patients have a better overall appearance and body contour with their smaller breasts. It just goes to show there is a plastic surgery treatment option that can meet your needs, no matter what they may be.Will my breast reduction surgery be covered...Read More
A more youthful, vibrant appearance has been incessantly pursued by men and women around the world since the beginning of time. And why wouldn’t it be? It is only natural that an individual, man or woman, would want to capture their best self to present to the world. Studies have shown that feeling good about one’s outward appearance increases confidence in one’s self as well.
In Sydney, anti-aging plastic surgery can serve to make your...Read More
Pregnancy can bring about many changes to your lifestyle as well as your looks. Many women have body contouring issues after giving birth, which is why there is mummy makeover surgery. With a mummy makeover, your appearance can be effectively restored and renewed. When you come to our Sydney plastic surgery practice, we’ll be able to go over all of your options for a mummy makeover in detail. Some of the most popular ones include:Tummy Tuck Surgery (Abdominoplasty)
One of the most common...Read More
Losing weight is a great idea for good health. People who are obese or morbidly obese run a higher risk of developing certain adverse health conditions, including strokes, heart disease, high blood pressure, heart attacks, diabetes, and certain kinds of cancers. Of course, after losing the weight, people often experience issues with loose and stretched skin. In order to restore the overall figure and shape of a person’s body, you need to visit with a Sydney plastic surgeon for skin tightening and body...Read More