Procedures

Before any surgical procedure is carried out, you will have a comprehensive consultation. Your reconstructive problem will be assessed, investigated and diagnosed, or your cosmetic concerns addressed in terms of physical and psychological suitability. You will receive a completely honest opinion, which will address the problem, possible solutions, the nature and limitations of surgery, complications, and costs. If you are not covered by Health Insurance, you will receive a detailed quotation for the costs involved. Insured patients are billed within insurance company benefit levels.

Breast surgery

  • Augmentation (enlargement with implants)
  • Reduction (in size of heavy or large, drooping breasts)
  • Mastopexy (uplift, without change in breast volume)
  • Post-mastectomy reconstruction
  • Reconstruction for inherited anomalies
  • Asymmetries (difference in size, shape, or contour)
  • Nipple reconstruction, reduction or adjustment

Nasal surgery

  • Rhinoplasty (surgery to alter the size, contour or shape of the nose)
  • Tumour excision/Nasal reconstruction

Ears

  • Pinnaplasty (correction of prominent ears)
  • Excision of skin cancers
  • Correction of congenital anomalies

Body and torso contouring

  • Liposuction
  • Arm reduction
  • Abdominoplasty (‘tummy tucks’)

Facial surgery

  • Blepharoplasty (Upper and lower eyelid surgery)
  • Dermabrasion (improvement of skin texture)
  • Facelifts
  • Removal of skin lesions and skin malignancies
  • Reconstruction of facial defects

Plastic and reconstructive surgery

  • Congenital anomalies: torso, limbs, skin
  • Excision of benign or malignant soft tissue lesions, and reconstruction
  • Tattoo removal
  • Post trauma reconstruction: face, hand, lower limb and torso
  • Pressure sores
  • Soft tissue infections

Hand surgery

  • Congenital deformities
  • Trauma: soft tissue, tendon repairs, nerve,
  • Skeletal injury: fractures
  • Infection
  • Nerve compression: carpal tunnel and other nerve syndromes
  • Muscle, and tendon: trigger finger, tenosynovitis, tennis elbow, golfer’s elbow: operative and non-operative treatment, Dupuytren’s contracture, Ganglions
  • Degenerative disease: rheumatoid arthritis and and osteoarthritis, joint replacement
  • Wrist and hand pain: diagnosis and management
  • Soft tissue tumours, benign and malignant