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Cosmetic Surgery Sydney
What we can offer you
Cosmetic Surgery Sydney is dedicated to bringing you exceptional makeovers using state-of-the-art technologies and unparalleled talent. With your standards of beauty and our cosmetic surgeons’ expertise, we can achieve your desires with captivating results.
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Common Cosmetic Surgery Sydney Procedures
Facelift (Rhytidectomy) – Cosmetic surgery in Sydney that removes facial imperfections like wrinkles and sagging skin
Eye Lift (Eyelid surgery or Blepharoplasty) – Cosmetic surgery procedure that removes eye bags on lower eyelids and/or redefines skin on upper eyelids.
Nose Reshaping (Nose job or Rhinoplasty) – Cosmetic surgery procedure that modifies the shape of the nose for aesthetic and reconstructive purposes.
Chin Augmentation (Chin lift or Mentoplasty) – Cosmetic surgery in Sydney that enhances the size and shape of the chin either by using implants or reshaping the bone.
Ear Augmentation (Otoplasty) – Cosmetic surgery in Sydney that reconstructs the ear by reshaping the earlobe.
Tummy Tuck (Abdominoplasty) – Cosmetic surgery in Sydney that removes excess skin and fat on abdominal area and tightens overstretched muscles
Liposuction (Lipoplasty or lipectomy) – Cosmetic surgery in Sydney that removes excess stubborn or unwanted fat all over the body by surgical suctioning.
Body Contouring – a combination of different cosmetic surgery to alter and sculpt the body’s shape. Cosmetic procedures included would depend on the needs and preference of the Cosmetic Surgery Sydney client.
Vagina Surgery (Labiaplasty or Vaginoplasty) – Cosmetic surgery in Sydney that restores the appearance of the vagina by tightening the pelvic floor muscles and/or reducing and reshaping the size of the genital lips (labia).
Breast lift (Mastopexy) – Cosmetic surgery in Sydney that improves the appearance of the breasts by removing excess skin on sagging breasts and repositions or ‘lifts’ the nipple areolar complex to fit and make the newly shaped breasts look more youthful and perky.
Breast reduction (Reduction mammoplasty) – Cosmetic surgery in Sydney that reduces the size of overly enlarged breasts by removing excess skin, fat and breast tissue.
Breast augmentation (Augmentation mammoplasty) – Cosmetic surgery in Sydney that improves and enhances the shape and size of the breasts by inserting breast implants surgically or fat transfer liposuction.
Gynecomastia surgery – This is breast reduction for male Cosmetic Surgery Sydney clients.
Cosmetic Surgery Sydney values your standards of beauty. We aim for them to become your reality. We are here to help transform hundreds and thousands of patients’ lives and give them their dream makeovers. Let our professional plastic and cosmetic surgeons be your personal artists. Cosmetic Surgery Sydney wants to know what your plans are to help you understand how cosmetic surgery can best benefit you. By doing these, our Cosmetic Surgery Sydney surgeons can recommend complimentary surgical procedures that match your beauty ideals.
Are there Nonsurgical
Cosmetic Surgery in Sydney?
Yes, there are! Cosmetic Surgery Sydney offers nonsurgical forms of cosmetic surgery. These procedures help improve the skin’s appearance to address aging and skin imperfections. Below are just some of the most common nonsurgical cosmetic procedures available at Cosmetic Surgery Sydney.
- Cosmetic Fillers – Removes wrinkles and signs of aging by injecting cosmetic fillers like Botox, hyaluronic acid, or fat implants.
- Skin Resurfacing – Improves the appearance of the skin by removing some of the thick and uneven outer skin layer using microdermabrasion or laser resurfacing.
- Chemical peeling – Removes skin imperfections like hyperpigmentation, freckles, scaly skin, and early signs of wrinkles by peeling the outermost layer of the skin and replacing it naturally with fresh and unblemished skin.
General Questions about Cosmetic Surgery
Is there a difference between a cosmetic surgeon and a plastic surgeon?
Are there risks and complications involved when undergoing cosmetic surgery procedures?
Like any surgical procedures, the potential occurrence of risks will almost always be inevitable. What is important is that you and your surgeon have discussed all these in detail, your questions and concerns are answered, and proper education and preparation even before the surgery have been made so prevention of such risks and untoward complications may be established.
What information should I know before the procedure?
– The qualification of the plastic or cosmetic surgeons
– Your surgeon’s body of work (before and after image gallery)
– Pre-procedural reminders (what activities to avoid, what vices or medications to discontinue, etc.)
– The potential risks and complications of the procedure
– The step by step guide of the cosmetic procedure
Will I have to stay in the hospital after the cosmetic procedure?
Your hospital stay would depend on the extent or degree of your cosmetic surgery procedure. Nonsurgical cosmetic procedures are done on an outpatient basis. However, since most of the cosmetic surgery procedures are categorized as major operations, hospitalization may range from overnight to 3 or 4 days, depending on your body’s reaction and tolerance of the procedure as well. You may discuss this with our Cosmetic Surgery Sydney surgeon during your consultation.
How long will I have to stay off work?
Like your hospitalization, this will also depend on the scale or extent of your cosmetic surgery. Some may only need to stay at home and rest for a week or two, while some may need 4 to 6 weeks off. Your tolerance and the work you are doing will also affect your return to work. Work restriction and limitations on daily activities and exercises will also be imposed aside from staying off work so as to avoid untoward and unwanted complications.
How much would it cost me to avail cosmetic surgery?
Nonsurgical cosmetic surgeries will include the surgeon’s consultation and procedural fees, as well as the chemical or equipment that he will use. If an anesthetist’s service is required, his fee is also part of your expenses.
Surgical cosmetic procedures will include the surgeon’s and anesthetist’s fees, hospital fees, medications used, and your room if you are required to stay at the hospital for monitoring and observation.
An estimated financial quotation will be presented and discussed with you by your Cosmetic Surgery Sydney surgeon, so feel free to ask them for clarification about this matter.
Will my cosmetic surgery procedure be covered by health insurance?
If your cosmetic surgery is recognized by Medicare, there may be a possibility that you can request for a rebate from your health insurance provider. Cosmetic Surgery Sydney advises their clients to communicate with their respective insurance company for more information and details about the coverage of their health insurance with regard to cosmetic surgery.