Reconstructive

Breast

Breast reconstruction is an increasingly common surgical procedure for women who have had a mastectomy. The procedure can create a breast that resembles a natural breast in appearance and form.
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Burns and Scarring

Scar revision refers to a range of procedures that improves the comfort, function and appearance of a scar by making it less noticeable or easier to conceal.
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Cleft Lip Palate

A cleft is a birth defect where the two halves of the palate and/or the lip don’t fuse properly, leaving an open space or ‘cleft’. A cleft in the roof of the mouth, or palate, is known as a cleft palate where as a cleft between the two halves of the lip is known as a cleft lip. Surgery can repair most clefts so that the child’s appearance and speech develop normally.
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Hand Surgery

Hand surgery encapsulates a range of treatments designed to restore the function and appearance of the hand. In recent years, Specialist Plastic Surgeons have been at the forefront of pioneering dramatic advances in treating patients with hand injuries, degenerative disorders, and birth defects of the hand.
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Skin Cancer

Skin cancer is the uncontrolled growth of abnormal skin cells. It is the most common of all cancers. Australia has the highest incidence of skin cancer in the world, more than two-thirds of the Australian population will develop a skin cancer of some kind during their lives.
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Position statement regarding breast reconstruction during the covid-19 pandemic – Victorian update August 2020

Recent publications have highlighted the considerable mortality rate for COVID-19…

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28 November 2020

Non-Surgical Symposium (NSS) 2.0 Virtual

The NSS is an event open to all medical practitioners,…

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Mark Gianoutsos – Why Did You Want To Become a Plastic Surgeon?

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