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skin cancer removal

There are many types of skin lesions including moles, birthmarks, cysts, non-cancerous and cancerous lesions that may develop over a person’s lifetime.

When these lesions are removed; due to risk of cancer or for cosmetic reasons the scars can be significantly minimised with plastic surgical techniques.

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breast reconstruction

Breast reconstruction is the process of recreating breast volume and shape following mastectomy; this may be as a result of cancer, as prophylaxis due to a genetic predisposition to cancer, or after trauma or to reconstruct a congenital breast problem.

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head & neck reconstruction

Head and neck reconstruction by a plastic surgeon is necessary after surgical treatment of cancers occurring in the mouth, the pharynx (throat), larynx (or voicebox), paranasal sinuses, nasal cavity, and the salivary glands where removal of tissue has left a defect that is both functionally and aesthetically problematic.

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lower limb reconstruction

Lower limb reconstruction is most commonly required following compound fractures of the leg. These traumatic injuries often result in damage not only to the long bones of the lower leg but also significant skin and soft tissue injury.

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lymphoedema surgery

Lymphoedema is the accumulation of protein rich fluid in soft tissues due to the failure of the lymphatic system. The fluid causes a limb to swell resulting in discomfort, skin thickening and pigment changes, ulcers, poor wound healing and infection. The causes of lymphoedema are varied but we most commonly see it secondary to surgical trauma. Up to 40% of breast cancer patients following axillary lymph node clearance will develop lymphoedema. 

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oculoplastics

Oculoplastics is the specialty field of plastic surgery concerned with the region surrounding the eye. Oculoplastics includes the reconstruction of the skin and eyelids affected by trauma or cancer, correction of droopy eyelids (ptosis), correction of excessive tearing (epiphora) and correction of out-turned eyelids (ectropian).

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liposuction

Liposuction or liposculpture is a minimally invasive surgical procedure to remove unwanted, localised fat deposits from specific areas of the body. Many people have a genetic predisposition to deposit fat in one particular area of the body, such as the outer thighs and hips. Other common areas include the neck, arms, abdomen, inner thighs and upper back.

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abdominoplasty

A tummy tuck or abdominoplasty is a cosmetic surgery technique to address the problems of excessive loose abdominal skin and/or bulging of the abdominal wall due to muscle weakness or separation. These issues are often due to changes following pregnancy but they may also occur after weight loss or simply with ageing. The outcome of a tummy tuck is a flatter, firmer abdomen with an improved contour and greater abdominal strength.

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arm lifts and thigh lifts

Arm Lifts (Brachioplasty) and Thigh Lifts 

The goals of arm and thigh lifts are to remove excess skin and fat and achieve a smoother, slimmer and more toned appearance to the upper arms and thighs.

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labioplasty

Labioplasty is a procedure to modify the size or shape of the labia (the folds of skin or ‘lips’ at the entrance to the vagina). This procedure addresses the discomfort associated with excessively long or asymmetrical labia.

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body lift

A body lift is body contouring operation which removes loose skin folds and soft tissue from the hips, buttocks, outer thighs and lower abdomen particularly as a result of extreme weight loss often after gastric banding or gastric bypass surgery. A body lift removes the redundant skin, persistent fat deposits and generally lifts the tissues to restore the body contour.

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breast augmentation

There are many reasons why a women may wish to have a breast augmentation; many women desire to restore a youthful look through a breast surgery after the effects age, pregnancy and lactation surface. But for other women, breast augmentation is done to create breasts of a size, shape or symmetry that they have always wanted.

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breast lift

There are many reasons why a woman may wish to have a breast lift; many women desire to restore a youthful look through breast contour after the effects of aging, pregnancy and lactation. A breast lift is a cosmetic surgery procedure which elevates and reshapes breasts.

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breast reduction surgery

Breast reduction surgery is a procedure for women experiencing the discomfort and health problems caused by large breasts. 

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nipple surgery

The most common nipple surgery is to resolve the issue of inverted nipples, but other options are complete nipple reconstruction following mastectomy, reduction of nipple or areola size and also in combination with other breast surgery procedures such as breast augmentation and breast reduction.

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male breast reduction

Enlargement of the male breast (gynaecomastia) is a common problem, and can occur with puberty or other hormonal changes, with many medications and medical conditions, and also as a result being overweight.

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face and neck lift

Gravity, time and exposure to sun can cause skin to lose its elasticity and the natural plumpness of our face to slacken. These changes are part of the normal process of aging but can vary significantly between individuals due to genetics and lifestyle factors. The youth and rejuvenation created by a face or neck lift is often said to give people the opportunity to look the age that they feel.

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eyelid lift

The eyelids are both hugely susceptible to the effects of aging and also have an enormous effect in overall facial appearance. Genetic predisposition and lifestyle factors can lead to a progressive hooding of upper lids, sometimes so marked that vision can be obscured, and bagging of lower lids.

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brow lift

The effects of aging, gravity and sun exposure may result in the eyebrows descending down. 

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rhinoplasty

A rhinoplasty reshapes and refines the line of the nose. This type of cosmetic surgery usually involves size reduction, straightening, slimming and smoothing of the nose shape. Breathing difficulties can also often be corrected as part of the rhinoplasty. 

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otoplasty

Ear surgery (otoplasty) is a common surgical procedure to address prominent or bat ears. It is a procedure most commonly performed on children but also on adults to achieve a neater fit of the ears. 

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facial reshaping

As we age our faces lose volume in particular after significant weight loss. Replacing that youthful volume is a simple way to rejuvenate a face with very minimal intervention.

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skin lesions

There are many different types of skin lesions including moles, birthmarks, cysts, non-cancerous and cancerous lesions that may develop over a person’s lifetime.

When these lesions are removed; due to risk of cancer or for cosmetic reasons the scars can be significantly minimised with plastic surgical techniques.

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scar management

As your skin heals after injury or surgery, scar tissue formation is affected by a great number of factors including wound features, age and genetic predisposition.

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anti-wrinkle injections

The main cosmetic use for anti-wrinkle injections is to improve lines around the eye, eyebrow and forehead. However this type of cosmetic surgery is also used in a variety of medical treatments such as migraine and excessive sweating. Carefully placed anti-wrinkle injections (Botox®, Dysport®)  temporarily weaken the specific muscles which cause lines, smoothing the 

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fillers

Fillers are synthetic products (egJuvederm, Restylane) based on the body’s natural collagen that are used to create volume under skin. 

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