Category: Face

Eyelid and Brow Surgery: Simple Ways to Look Younger for Longer

Eyelid and Brow Surgery: Simple Ways to Look Younger for Longer

March 4, 2018April 18, 2018

None of us like the appearance of aging – but what can we do about it? With so many different cosmetic procedures available, it can be daunting trying to find the right solution. Cosmetic injections are very good for many things. They are not permanent, however, and do have limitations. So what else can you...

Rejuvenate Your Smile And Lips With Lip Augmentation In Newcastle

Rejuvenate Your Smile And Lips With Lip Augmentation In Newcastle

July 7, 2017April 16, 2018

As you age, you may find that your lips thin and become harder to notice. These gradual changes, although normal, may trigger feelings of doubt and poor self image. Many women have tried numerous lipstick to restore their smiles to their original fullness, but continue to struggle on a daily basis to make their lips...

Getting Nosey

Getting Nosey

February 2, 2017April 18, 2018

Noses are an unusual part of our anatomy. They sit in the centre of our face  and are generally obvious on our face mostly because of there function.  They  are designed as something to breath through and to smell through.  This means that they are essentially features in our faces which have a convoluted shape...

FAQs

FAQs

February 2, 2017April 18, 2018

Whilst it would seem that plastic surgery is new and topical, it has, in fact, been around for a long time. Its origins date back to the fourth century BC where plastic surgery was performed to reconstruct noses which were amputated as a punishment for infidelity. People often  ask what the word plastic means and...

Facial Features

Facial Features

February 2, 2017April 18, 2018

It is the ninth anniversary of Hunter Lifestyle magazine and I thought it was time to write an article about some of the anecdotal things related to cosmetic facial surgery. I would invite you to make of them what you will. There has been a lot of research put into facial features and their relevance...

Face Lift FAQ’s

Face Lift FAQ’s

February 2, 2017April 18, 2018

Face lift surgery aims to improve the contours of the face and neck and thereby reduce evidence of ageing. Sagging skin is removed and tightened. Deep tissues are lifted and supported. It is a significant operation and raises lots of questions in patient’s minds. The most common initial question is whether they are suited and...

Eyebrowsing

Eyebrowsing

February 2, 2017April 18, 2018

Patients  will  often  come  to  see  me to, discuss  the  concept  of  rejuvenation  of  their eyebrows. Eyebrows  are  a  very  important  component  of  facial  expression. The  position  of relaxed  eyebrows  can  portray  a  whole  variety  of  emotions  and cartoonists  enjoy positioning  and  shaping  eyebrows  to  help  with  their representation  of  emotion.  There can be the...

Copping an Earful

Copping an Earful

February 2, 2017April 18, 2018

When we were at school there is no doubt there were almost always one or two children who copped the nickname “wingnut”. Whilst for some of us this was almost a term of endearment, for the individual concerned it was almost invariably not a positive nickname. It was in all probability the start of an...

About Face

About Face

February 2, 2017April 18, 2018

It must be very confusing to read a variety of articles in the lay press presenting different operations for Facelifting. People reading these articles, I am sure find them informative but sometimes confusing. It was my recent pleasure to attend a major Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Conference in Melbourne where the guest speakers spoke specifically about...

Who Does Cosmetic Surgery?

Who Does Cosmetic Surgery?

February 1, 2017April 18, 2018

The word plastic is of Greek origin and it means malleable or changeable. This is the origin of the description Plastic Surgery. Plastic Surgery is surgery to change the appearance of a person. Plastic Surgery has its origins in Reconstructive Surgery. The very early records suggest that it goes back over five thousand years. In...

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