1. The information on our website is general and will not apply to each and every patient. It is not intended as a substitute for medical advice. You are advised to see a plastic surgeon in-person to assess your individual requirements. It’s also important to remember that plastic surgery entails risks and the decision to undergo plastic surgery should never be taken lightly.
2. Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery results can vary significantly between patients. Every patient is unique and results will vary from patient to patient.
3. Before and After photos give you a general idea of what results other people have achieved. There is no guarantee that you will have similar results even if you have a similar body structure and use the same surgeon. It helps to have realistic expectations about what surgery can and cannot accomplish.
4. While our surgeons take every precaution to help prevent complications, please remember that there is always a risk of complications. Make sure you understand these potential risks. It is important to know your options for surgical and non-surgical procedures and the risks they involve.
5. Our Specialist Plastic Surgeons have extensive surgical experience and training and use high-quality surgical skills and refinement techniques. They strive for excellent patient outcomes. However, their patient-care ethics of excellence cannot guarantee results or a lack of complications.
6. Smoking is strictly prohibited. You will need to tell your Plastic Surgeon even if you have one cigarette before or after your surgery as this can increase your surgery risks substantially.
7. If you experience complications, you will receive excellent surgical post-operative care by some of Australia’s most highly-experienced Plastic Surgeons and patient care teams.
8. Operations in hospital settings in Australia are considered a high standard in relation to their sanitation and monitoring standards.
9. Our Plastic Surgeons are FRACS Specialist Surgeons. This means they have completed a minimum of 12 years medical and surgical education, including at least 5 years of specialist post-graduate training. A Specialist Plastic Surgeon with the letters “FRACS” appearing after his or her name is trained and accredited to perform invasive reconstructive and cosmetic plastic surgery.