Plastic Surgery Procedures

Breast

Breast augmentation

An implant can be inserted into the breast through a small, concealed incision
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Breast augmentation (using your own fat)

A new breast procedure using fat from your own body
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Breast reduction

Large breasts can be made smaller and more comfortable
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Mastopexy

Drooping breasts (often following pregnancy) can be lifted to improve appearance

Capsulotomy

Release of the constricted shell around an implant to improve appearance and comfort

Implant replacement

For implants which may have been traumatised or reached the end of their useful life

Developmental abnormality

Correction of asymmetry or shape (tubular breast deformity)

Inverted nipple correction

A simple procedure to correct developmental deformities, or after breast feeding

Gynaecomastia

Correction of male breast enlargement, a common condition, often by liposuction

Abdominal

Abdominoplasty

Removal of excess abdominal tissue, with repositioning of the umbilicus, often after pregnancy
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Liposuction

Most body parts can be reshaped by permanent removal of fat
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Facial

Blepharoplasty

Removal of excess eyelid skin from upper and lower lids
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Silhouette Thread Lift

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Split ear lobe repair

Repair of ear lobes usually split by earrings

Skin

Mole and birthmark removal

For cosmetic reasons, such as unsightly moles, skin tags, birthmarks or hairy moles

Skin cancer removal

Surgical excision of suspicious skin lesions or biopsy proven skin cancers

Skin grafting

Performed when necessary to cover wounds or release tight scars

Skin flaps

To cover wounds that will not accept a skin graft or to release tight scars

Scar improvement

Topical treatments, steroid injections or revisional surgery

Lump removal

Skin lumps such as lipomas or cysts can be simply removed

Hand

Ganglion removal

Removal of cystic swellings in the wrist or hand

Dupuytren’s contracture

Release of flexed fingers caused by tight, thickened cords in the palm of the hand

Trigger finger

Simple release of a locked finger by injection or surgery

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Surgical release of the nerve tunnel in the wrist to improve hand symptoms

Lacerations, nerve and tendon injuries

Exploration of cuts, repair of divided nerves and tendons

What our patients say

Mr. Bennett and Team, just wanted to say thank you. You have given me the results I have always wanted. The operation has changed my life. You made me feel very comfortable and at ease. I am glad and feel lucky that you performed the operation for me.
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