Access your Breast Implant Registry (BIR) data

Former Breast Implant Registry

The Breast Implant Registry (BIR) commenced in 1998. It has now been superseded by the ABDR.

As of 6 May 2015, the BIR ceased to register new patients. However, the Australian Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) continues to maintain the BIR legacy data and to ensure all registered patients continue to have access to their unique data stored on the Registry. ASPS will continue to maintain policies and protocols to ensure privacy and security.

If you have questions about your participation in the BIR, please contact bir@plasticsurgery.org.au or call ASPS on (02) 9437 9200.

Would you like to access your patient information? If so, fill in the BIR – request to access patient information form below. Please note that data contained in the BIR is related to procedures carried out in Australia.

Please note that BIR requests may take two business days to complete.

Would you like to notify us of a change of your details (name or address change)? Click here.

Read our code of practice code of practice.

BIR – request to access patient information

  • Max. file size: 128 MB.

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