If you find yourself to be in a situation where finding the best Bega Plastic Surgeon gets difficult, then we are here to help you out with this. Below is a list of the Top Plastic Surgeon in Bega. To help you find the Best Plastic Surgeon Bega located near to you, we put together our own list based on patient reviews.
This article is updated every 1-2 months.
⇒Dr Tony Tonks
- Breast surgery
Phone: (02) 6282 4868
⇒Dr Ross Farhadieh
Dr Ross Farhadieh is a former recipient of the prestigious Surgeon Scientist Scholarship and an internationally renowned and recognised Australian trained plastic surgeon.
- aesthetic and hand surgery
Phone: 1300 030 371
⇒Dr Yasamin Ziabari
Dr Yasamin Ziabari is our Clinical Liaison, she will be there to answer any general questions you may have about your surgery and recovery.
- General Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Phone: 1300 030 371
⇒Dr Bobby Manasiev
Dr Bobby Manasiev is one of our Sydney anaesthetists. He completed his anaesthetic training at Sydney’s St. Vincent’s Hospital, where he continues to work as a cardiothoracic anaesthetist in the Heart and Lung Transplant Unit.
- Adult hand surgery
Phone: 1300 030 371
⇒Dr Robert Drielsma
Dr Robert Drielsma is an Australian-based health professional. Robert is trained as a Plastic Surgeon (Reconstructive & Cosmetic) and has 4 practices located in Bondi Junction.
- Cosmetic surgery of the face
Phone: 1800 180 777
⇒Dr Alastair Taylor
Dr Alastair Taylor is an Australian-based health professional. Alastair is trained as a Plastic Surgeon (Reconstructive & Cosmetic) and has a practice located in Deakin.
Phone: (02) 6282 1177
⇒Dr Andre Safvat
Dr Andre Safvat a fully qualified and highly trained Specialist Plastic Surgeon, performing a wide range of Plastic, Cosmetic, Reconstructive and Hand Surgery.
- Reconstructive Breast Surgery
Phone: (02) 8544 3270
⇒Dr Sawjin Tew
Dr Sawjin Tew interests are breast augmentation and reduction, facial plastic surgery including eyelid rejuvenation, rhinoplasty, facelifts, correction of prominent ears, and body contouring such as abdominoplasty and liposuction.
- facial plastic surgery
Phone: (02) 9411 2266
⇒Dr Shane O’Neill
- Breast Surgery
Phone: 1300 376 634
⇒Dr Adrian Sjarif
Dr Adrian Sjarif is a specialist plastic & reconstructive surgeon at Wollongogn Surgical Associates.
Phone: (02) 9159 0707
What is Plastic surgery?
Plastic surgery is a branch of surgery. The plastic surgeon makes changes to organs or the external body silhouette for functional or aesthetic-cosmetic reasons.Aesthetic surgery is, in turn, a branch of plastic surgery. This includes all interventions that are not carried out due to illness, but only to improve the external appearance. The field of plastic surgery covers four areas:
- Aesthetic surgery
- Reconstructive surgery
- Burn surgery
- Hand surgery
The term “plastic” describes the surgical possibilities of restoring, reshaping or replacing damaged and defaced body parts. This change in shape, damage or disfigurement of body parts can be congenital or acquired through accidents, tumors and diseases. It is therefore the basic task of plastic surgery to restore or improve body shape or impaired body functions through surgical interventions.
What does a plastic surgeon do?
Plastic surgeons perform surgical procedures to improve a patient’s external appearance. The word plastic comes from the Greek language and literally means “by kneading”. In ancient times, this meant sculpture or the fine arts of a clay model.
Aesthetic or plastic surgery is colloquially also called cosmetic surgery and is always concerned with changes or optimizations of the appearance or the external appearance of a person in all their different facets.
Everyone wants to be beautiful, that is also quite normal. But despite exercise, a healthy diet or specific cosmetic applications, it is of course not possible to change or model all parts of the body in such a way that a person could be permanently satisfied with them.
Of course, specialists in plastic and aesthetic surgery also take care of patients who suffer from a congenital or acquired disease and who can then remedy this with the help of aesthetic surgery.
Typical surgical interventions in the field of plastic surgery would be, for example, breast reduction, breast enlargement, breast lift, liposuction or the repair of gynecomastia, i.e. an unnatural expression of female breast shapes in men.