“Natural looking results are achieved through a meticulous hand and expertise in plastic and reconstructive surgery.”

Associate Professor Dean White

Associate Professor Dean White has been a Specialist Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon for over 10 years.

Mr White is committed to excellence in surgical practice, ensuring he stays up to date with latest techniques and research. His ongoing development and dedication to research allows him to advance his skills and consistently improve his services moving forward. He strives to run a modern surgical practice – taking the time to explain complex surgical procedures, discussing “pros and cons” during the decision making process and providing clear written information about surgery and costs. Ultimately, he believes that being respectful of patient concerns and wishes leads to both excellent surgical results and a practice of high integrity. Choosing Associate Professor Dean White as your surgeon for your procedure is a decision you can feel confident with.

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We have created a series of free downloadable guides about some of our most popular treatments. These give you in-depth insight into the treatment so you’ll feel educated and empowered as you contemplate your decision.

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Breast Implant Removal – Pros & Cons

Having implant issues, or no longer a fan? No matter the reason you would like to have your breast implants removed, Associate Professor Dean White performs breast implant removal surgery. The rate of women removing their breast implants is becoming increasingly popular. After all, implants aren’t designed to last a lifetime. The reasons for breast implant removal Here are the common reasons: Medical complications (capsular contracture, breast cancer etc.)Implant issues (burst, ruptured etc.)Concerned about potential associated complicationsYour personal preferences and lifestyle have changedClothing restrictionsBody weight changes The PROs of implant removal The following can all be referred to as pros…

All surgical procedures carry risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.

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