Associate Professor Dean White offers an extensive catalogue of treatments in order to cater to a range of plastic and reconstructive cases as well as complex skin cancer treatments.
As Mr White is selective with the patients he takes on, he wants to ensure that they will receive the best treatment that is suited to their individual conditions and goals.
From those who are seeking a youth rejuvenating treatment, a cosmetic enhancement, or a corrective surgery, Associate Professor Dean White always ensures that he is more than well-equipped with the right skills and knowledge to take on each patient’s circumstance.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why do people get cosmetic surgery?
There are many different reasons why people choose to receive cosmetic surgery. It generally comes down to personal preference and aesthetics. People choose to get cosmetic surgery to treat areas that they are dissatisfied with the look of, in order to achieve a more idealistic appearance.
What is the difference between plastic and cosmetic surgery?
Although these terms are used interchangeably, they have different origins. Plastic surgery derives from treating accidents, injuries, and burns etc. While cosmetic surgery aims to enhance or improve the appearance of physical features. Cosmetic surgery is also considered a subcategory of plastic surgery.
How does cosmetic surgery work?
Cosmetic surgery works in many different ways, depending on the treatment plan and the patient’s circumstances. Typical techniques include tightening of the skin, adding implants, or fat removal. For more information on individual procedures, read through our treatment pages.