This week, I received the following SMS from a patient.
“I have been a runner since I was 2 years old – but gave up at age 15 due to being bullied for by big boobs. They would bounce so much when I ran. As an adult – they hurt to run when they were bigger again from having babies….and my muscle separation also gave me challenges with running. But now – thanks to you – I am running my first ever half marathon in less than 4 weeks! I ran 17 kms on Sunday and damn it felt good!!! THANK YOU!!”
In June, I was invited to attend the Mentor Masters conference in Sydney. The moderator of this event is Dr Michael Miroshnik, an outstanding young Plastic Surgeon in Sydney. He shared his expertise using his dual-plane technique and textured, tear-dropped shaped breast implants to provide a natural result.
Dr Michael Miroshnik referring to some of the finer points of the female breast.
It was great to catch up with my colleague and friend Dr David Caminer whilst at this conference. David and I h...
Every 2 years, the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (ASAPS) hosts a conference which just happens to be on a cruise ship. The conference is held when the ship is at sea and when docked the time is our own. This year, we left from Southampton, travelled north through Scotland and across the North Sea to the magnificent Fjords of Norway. It was a fabulous way to keep up to date with the cutting edge of Aesthetic Surgery whilst enjoying some breathtaking scenery with my wife Kim and 3...
There has been some recent media coverage of a condition (with a long medical word) related to breast implants and I would like to reassure all my current and future patients.
Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma (ALCL) is a rare type of non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma that is said to be related to the use of textured breast implants. Although it is rare, it is something I discuss with every patient considering breast implantation. The link between implants and ALCL has only been discovered in recent times and...
Recently I was speaking with a mother, 8 months after her mummy makeover (breast reduction/lift and tummy tuck). She was so happy. She told me she was loving her increase in confidence, wearing her dream bikini and because she was able to do sit ups, her shape was continuing to improve.
This is so gratifying to hear because as always, I love making a difference in a person’s life.
However, she then said something very curious. “I have lost some friends as a result of this operation!”