Breast Surgeries

Breast Reconstruction

Breast cancer reconstruction is a procedure aiming to rebuild the breast shape after a mastectomy. It can be done immediately after the mastectomy or much later as a delayed procedure. Forms of reconstruction include implant based, autologous tissue transfer or a combined approach using both an implant with autologous tissue. We offer all types of reconstruction based on your needs.

Breasts change with aging by losing its elasticity and firmness. This is more prominent after a pregnancy, and with weight fluctuation. Excessive skin and breast tissue are removed during a mastopexy procedure to lift the breast. This can be done concurrently with a breast augmentation.


Gynecomastia is a condition in which the glandular tissue in the breasts becomes enlarged in boys or men which can sometimes result in nipple discomfort and tenderness. It can affect up to 65% of men worldwide. Gynaecomastia breast reduction surgeries involve the excision of these excess glandular tissue and skin with or without liposuction.

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Body Contouring Surgeries

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Eyelid Surgeries

Upper Blepharoplasty

Eyelids drop with ageing, which can often obscure the visual sights. Blepharoplasty is a procedure in reducing the excessive fat and skin and rejuvenate your eyes.

Asian Blepharoplasty

Also known as “double eyelid surgery”, is a type of cosmetic surgery where the skin around the eye is reshaped. The purpose of the procedure is to create an upper eyelid with a crease (“double eyelid”) from an eyelid that is naturally without a crease.

Lower Blepharoplasty

Lower blepharoplasty is a procedure to correct the protruding fat and tighten the saggy skin.

Eyebags Removal Surgeries

As we age, our body loses the elasticity and leads to fat bulging. Around the eyes, the protruding fat and skin form the so called “eyebags” making one look tired constantly. Lower blepharoplasty is a procedure to correct the protruding fat and tighten the saggy skin. Based on the presentation, it can either be done as an “internal” or “external” approach. Internal approach offers a scarless result while external approach gives a minimal scar along the lower eyelashes.

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Skin Cancer

Two in 3 will be diagnosed with skin cancer in Australia by the age of 70. It accounts for the largest numbers of cancer diagnosed in Australia every year. Plastic surgeons are well trained not only in excision of cancer but also in reconstructing the defect with minimal distortion.

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Non-Surgical Procedures


  • Fillers
  • Botox
  • Lipolysis Injection (Belkyra)

Fat Grafting

Head & Neck Reconstruction

Head & Neck reconstruction is often required post-cancer excision or post-traumatic event. The aims of reconstruction are to compartmentalize head and neck spaces, wound coverage, restoration of organ competence, and reestablishment of form. The reconstruction would involve either a local flap (from adjacent tissue) or a vascularised composite tissue graft (free flap). Free flap has become the gold standard of head & neck reconstruction since the introduction of microsurgery as a considerable number of patients would need radiation therapy.

Dr Hsieh undertook a one-year microsurgery fellowship post general plastic surgery training in one of the best microsurgery centres in the world.

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