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Healite or Low Level Light Therapy is here at AR Plastic Surgery!

Thursday, August 19

Healite or Low Level Light Therapy is here at AR Plastic Surgery!

  What is low-level light therapy?  Low-level light therapy (LLLT) with Healite II is the therapeutic use of (LED) light to enhance your body’s natural cellular recovery, improving healing times, relieving pain, promoting skin rejuvenation and more. The pain-free and non-invasive treatment delivers concentrated energy deep into your tissue […]

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5 August Covid-19 Update: Your Appointment and Surgery at AR Plastic Surgery

Friday, August 6

5 August Covid-19 Update: Your Appointment and Surgery at AR Plastic Surgery

  Things you can do to help keep our community safe: Please wear your mask whilst attending appointments in-rooms and Check-in via the  Check-in Qld App.  Attend your appointment at your scheduled time.  If you arrive early please remain in our building foyer or your car until your scheduled appointment time.   Please attend your appointment ALONE […]

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Covid-19 AR Plastic Surgery Update 31 July 2021

Saturday, July 31

Covid-19 AR Plastic Surgery Update 31 July 2021

IMPORTANT COVID19 UPDATE 31 JULY 2021 To all of our lovely patients needing guidance on what to do in the coming days: […]

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Reinstate tummy tucks for post-partum women!

Monday, May 10

Reinstate tummy tucks for post-partum women!

  Do you or someone you know need a tummy tuck to repair muscle separation after pregnancy and childbirth? We need your voice! The Australian Society of Plastic Surgeons are again preparing to push for the reinstatement of public funding for abdominoplasty following pregnancy. Abdominal separation, incontinence, chronic back pain (+ more) are […]

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May Is World Melanoma Awareness Month!

Wednesday, May 5

May Is World Melanoma Awareness Month!

 Melanoma is the most common cancer in young Australians (15 - 39 year olds), but incidence for people over 60 is high and increasing.  If detected early, 90% of Melanoma cases can be successfully treated with surgery.    […]

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Vice President of The Australian Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons urges the public to Know The Difference!

Wednesday, January 20

Vice President of The Australian Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons urges the public to Know The Difference!

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Do You Know The Difference? Specialist Plastic Surgeon vs Cosmetic Surgeon? Spot the Fake!

Wednesday, December 30

Do You Know The Difference? Specialist Plastic Surgeon vs Cosmetic Surgeon? Spot the Fake!

If you answered no to this, then you're not alone!!  In our experience the majority of prospective patients who ring our rooms in Brisbane to enquire about plastic surgery aren't aware of the difference between a Specialist Plastic Surgeon and the fake title Cosmetic Surgeon! The Australian Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons are attempting to […]

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Sign the official petition to reinstate medicare coverage for abdominoplasty surgery following pregnancy injury

Monday, September 21

Sign the official petition to reinstate medicare coverage for abdominoplasty surgery following pregnancy injury

The background In 2016 Medicare withdrew the item number for abdominoplasty or tummy tuck surgery following pregnancy, without any public or clinical consultation. One of our most frequently asked questions is 'Can I use my private health insurance to repair muscle separation caused by pregnancy?' […]

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What you should know about your surgical drains after plastic and cosmetic surgery.

Sunday, September 13

What you should know about your surgical drains after plastic and cosmetic surgery.

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IMPORTANT COVID19 UPDATE

Tuesday, August 25

IMPORTANT COVID19 UPDATE

In keeping with the latest Queensland Health recommendations and given our location here in Brisbane within the Campus of The Wesley Hospital, our team will now be wearing masks.  We also ask any patients attending our rooms present with a mask or our team can provide you with one on arrival. […]

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