Sunday, 29 June 2014

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Monday, 23 June 2014

My Artistic Endeavour

I am a Breast Augmentation Surgeon known for my outstanding surgical results creating very natural breasts.

When the surgeon desires it to be, and has the skills to allow it to be. For as long as the surgeon sees the surgery merely as a procedure where an implant is placed into a breast to make it bigger, it can be nothing more. 
However with the artistic skill to visualise a breast sculpture with all its natural beauty, balance and proportion, and a desire to utilise all ones surgical skill, knowledge and experience to create the beauty that one has envisaged then ………. An operating theatre becomes a studio, a surgeon becomes an artist and surgery becomes an artform.

Sunday, 15 June 2014


What is IPL and what are its uses?

IPL stands for Intense Pulse Light.

IPL offers treatment for a wide range of skin conditions and hair removal for the entire body.

Intense Pulse Light stimulates fibroblasts in the dermis which promote new collagen in turn reducing fine lines and giving the skin a smooth, glowing rejuvenation. 

We offer all IPL treatments at my Double Bay Clinic and at Bella Face, my Newcastle Clinic.

Sunday, 8 June 2014

The importance of Sunscreen

When it comes to skin care….

My number one tip is….

Don’t forget sunscreen.

Sunscreen is probably the most important part of your daily skincare routine to help prevent premature ageing and for goodness sakes stop smoking (if you still participate in this nasty ritual from the dark ages). 

It is not only killing you its also killing your skin.

Sunday, 1 June 2014

The Final Word on Facelift Post Operative Instruction

It is normal to have some degree of facial numbness post-operatively. 

This may sometimes continue for several weeks following surgery Facelift surgery (Meloplasty). 

Some patients may start to experience a tingling sensations and even small sharp pains one to two weeks after the procedure. This is quite normal and is due to the nerves starting to regenerate and will resolve itself. 

That said, I always encourage my patients to contact me with any concerns.