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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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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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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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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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Mosman Rooms
Level 1, 357 Military Rd Mosman
(diagonally opposite Mercedes-Benz)
Phone: (02) 9307 2828
Fax: (02) 8221 9833



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