Breast Asymmetry! How To Overcome Uneven Breasts.

It is perfectly normal for women to have two slightly different shaped or sized breasts.  There are times, however where the difference in size and shape of the breast is quite significant and can affect a woman’s self-esteem.  As much as 25-50% of women report having breast asymmetry that causes them concern. Some women have problems finding a bra that will fit their two different sized breasts in the one bra size.  Other women report looking lob-sided when wearing bathers or certain clothes. Breast asymmetry is a condition that can cause women a lot of concern and can affect what clothes they wear and their self-confidence.  At Cairns Plastic Surgery, we understand that the way you feel about your breasts can contribute to your overall self-esteem.   We offer a number of breast surgery options to correct breast asymmetry and help you to look and feel your best!  Our Specialist Plastic Surgeon, Dr Hertess can use breast implants to add volume to the breast or perform breast reduction or breast lift to match the breasts and remove the imbalance.

It’s about time! What are the new Restrictions on the use of the title ‘Surgeon’?

Cosmetic Surgery is one of the fastest growing medical fields in Australia, and the demand is only expected to increase.  There has been a recent restriction to the use of the title Cosmetic Surgeon and it has been welcomed by many Australians in the medical field.  It is expected that these changes will reduce the incidence of adverse complications occurring following cosmetic surgery and procedures. There is also the need to educate consumers of the consequences that can arise from failing to check and understand the difference between a properly trained Plastic Surgeon and a Cosmetic Practitioner.
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Seeking Out A Good Plastic Surgeon

If you have ever considered plastic surgery such as breast augmentation, you will know that there are a lot of considerations when it comes to choosing a surgeon.  Just as it is with any other Australian service provider, choosing a surgeon can be quite the chore especially when you don’t know what to look out for. Some women lean towards cheaper procedures, however the cheaper option may not always be the best choice for your health.  Other women prefer to remain closer to home where they know they can receive appropriate follow up care after the surgery.

I’m all ears: what is otoplasty?

Otoplasty – also known as ear surgery – is an operation involving the repair or improvement of the appearance and shape of the ears. There are several reasons why people would opt for otoplasty (we go into these below) and it is even a common procedure amongst young children and ..
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