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To augment, lift or both? Sometimes a dilemma.

Quite a number of women who present requesting a breast augmentation would actually benefit from a lift. Typically this occurs after breast feeding/ pregnancy. The volume of the breast often fluctuates dramatically during pregnancy. Drooping breasts and loss of volume can also occur with weight fluctuation.   Breast augmentation is

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Taking control of your skin future!

With an increase in demand for minimally invasive or non-invasive procedures in Australia,  one of the best ways to start taking control of the way we age is Anti-wrinkle injection. This is a powerful preventative tool and a gold standard procedure in anti-ageing. Considered a safe and affordable treatment for

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When is the appropriate time to have a facelift?

I’m often asked when it is appropriate to have a facelift/ Am I too old or too young to have a facelift? The age bracket of prospective facelift candidates is as young as early 40’s right up to early 70’s. It is a very individual decision and is associated with

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BIA-ALCL UPDATE

Letter to our patients who have concerns by the recent TGA changes to the use of textured implants. Links between textured breast implants and a rare form of cancer You may have seen recent reports about a link between breast implants and a rare form of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma called Breast

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Bali Aid Mission

Last week Dr Timothy Cooper visited Bali with 2 colleagues, Dr’s Mark Duncan Smith and Dr Alex ONeil. The visit was under the auspices of the John Fawcett Foundation and involved seeing and operating on 17 burns victims. The patients had come from as far away as Timor, Java and Sumba. The

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Risks of Brazilian Butt Lift

Brazilian butt lift refers to augmentation of the buttocks with fat transfer. It is currently quite a popular procedure but it does not come without risks. There have been a number of deaths reported in the literature and I believe that it has an unacceptable mortality rate for what is

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Non Surgical Symposium 2019

As June came around again this year, so too did the Non-Surgical Symposium.  Often described as Australia’s premiere cosmetic conference, it did not fail to impress once again. Held on the spectacular Sydney Harbour, I was lucky enough to attend a three-day whirlwind of all things cosmetic. International and home-grown speakers

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BIA-ALCL Controversy

Breast Implant associated Large Cell Lymphoma of the Breast (BIA-ALCL) has been in the news lately. There is a lot of misinformation regarding this condition and there is some confusion as to whether this is part of the Silicone Implant Disease spectrum. It is not thought to be related to

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Bali Aid Mission September 2019

Dr Cooper will be joined by Dr Mark Duncan Smith, a Burns Specialist for an Aid trip planned for Bali in September 5-10, 2019. This has been organised by The John Fawcett Foundation in collaboration with the Kolewa Foundation. A clinic is planned for the Friday and will review a

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