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When we hear the words ‘breast reconstruction’ the physical side of surgical restoration comes to mind, but for those women who undergo reconstruction, the emotional and mental wellness benefits are said to be the greatest rewards. Since, 2016 there has been a steady increase in the number of women – worldwide – choosing breast reconstruction as part of their breast cancer journey.
Scars are a part of everyone’s life’s journey – be it a childhood injury or skin cancer surgery in later life – how your body heals from surgery is an individual one, and one that requires a skilled hand to ensure best results. If skin cancer surgery is on your radar or that of a loved one, there’s no need to fear the ‘scar’ after-thoughts – scars are a normal concern as these are permanent and can be appearance altering. Fortunately though, there are key factors that can help reduce them.
We all age – but many of us are choosing to age smarter. And, 2021’s cosmetic trajectory includes a ‘preventive’ mindset for many, as more of us reach out to plastic surgery and appearance medicine procedures to keep those lines at bay and cheeks full. Preventive measures are no new phenomenon – nor are they bound to one age group – the earlier you target those wrinkles, the less progression to deeper, fixed lines as you age.
Many of us have cosmetic goals. And, even though the world may be out of kilter, it doesn’t mean a stop on our body wants and needs. Whichever the procedures on your list – abdominoplasty, liposuction, thigh or upper arm lift, labiaplasty, or breast surgery – lift, reduction or implants – winter months are the ideal time to push play on the body board.
When we hear the words tummy tuck – or abdominoplasty – words like trimmer, flatter, leaner, reduced fat spring to mind. However, there are more benefits to abdominoplasty than meets the eye...
Melanoma rates are on the rise – and globally New Zealand hosts some of the worst figures. Each year Kiwis report over 2000 melanomas and over 300 of us die at its hands...
If you are insured with Southern Cross, you’ll be glad to know that Mr Adam Bialostocki and Mr Brandon Adams are affiliated providers. For patients who are insured with Southern Cross Medical Society the process couldn't be any simpler.We handle it all for you.