If you find yourself to be in a situation where finding the best Campbelltown Plastic Surgeon gets difficult, then we are here to help you out with this. Below is a list of the Top Plastic Surgeon in Campbelltown. To help you find the Best Plastic Surgeon Campbelltown located near to you, we put together our own list based on patient reviews.
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⇒Dr Geoffrey Lyons
Dr Geoffrey Lyons is an Australian-based health professional. Geoffrey is trained as a Plastic Surgeon (Reconstructive & Cosmetic) and has 2 practices located in Burwood, Campbelltown.
- Reconstructive & Cosmetic
Phone: (02) 4628 4755
⇒ Dr Michael Kernohan
Dr Michael Kernohan Dr. George Koshy is the leading cardiac device specialist in the North & North West Coast of Tasmania having implanted over 1500 pacemakers and defibrillators. He has over 25 years of experience in the field of cardiology with a particular interest in heart failure, echocardiographic imaging and stress echocardiography. Dr. George completed his post-graduate training in cardiology at the Christian Medical College. He underwent fellowship accreditation in Australia at the Launceston General Hospital and The Royal Brisbane & Women’s Hospital.
- Skin cancer, head & neck cancer
Phone: (02) 8310 4576
⇒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, Gregory Hills.
- Cosmetic surgery of the face
Phone: 1800 180 777
⇒Prof Antonio Fernandes
Prof Antonio Fernandes is an Australian-based health professional. Antonio is trained as a Plastic Surgeon (Reconstructive & Cosmetic) and has 2 practices located in Liverpool, Camden.
- Plastics and reconstruction
Phone: (02) 9824 0345
⇒ Dr Tony Prochazka
Dr Tony Prochazka was the Inaugural Dean of the Faculty of Medicine at the Australasian College of Cosmetic Surgery, and a former vice-president of the Cosmetic Physicians Society of Australasia.
- Breast Augmentation
Phone: 02 4605 9024
⇒Dr Ramin Amighian
Dr Ramin Amighian joins our team with a passion for skin and aesthetic medicine and over ten years of surgical experience. He holds memberships in the Australian College of Aesthetic Medicine and College of Skin Cancer Surgery and has now dedicated himself to anti-ageing rejuvenation treatments and minor cosmetic surgical procedures.
- Cosmetic Surgeon
Phone: 02 4605 9024
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.