Associate Professor Dean White performs a broad range of cosmetic procedures to suit your desired results
Associate Professor Dean White offers a wide range of plastic and reconstructive surgeries to help his patients achieve their desired appearance. The right treatment plan depends on what you’re looking to achieve, your health and wellbeing, and your individual circumstances. Therefore, it is always important to understand what you can achieve through plastic and reconstructive surgery.
Associate Professor Dean White is highly qualified and experienced in cosmetic surgeries. These procedures cater to treating the natural process of ageing, treating body transformations, or treating stubborn areas of the body to become more harmonious. Whether you’re seeking reconstructive procedures, or subtle rejuvenations, Associate Professor Dean White and his team can help you.
Abdominoplasty involves removing excess skin and fat from the lower abdomen (tummy) and tightening the muscles to improve the shape of the area. It is often referred to as a ‘tummy tuck’.
Body Lift Surgery
Body lift surgery involves extensive surgery with a final incision that runs around the waist area on to the back. It is similar although more involved compared to abdominoplasty surgery.
Thigh Reduction Surgery
Thigh reduction surgery involves treatment of excess skin in the upper thighs. Commonly this issue arises after a significant amount of weight loss or with the normal ageing process.
Arm Reduction Surgery
Arm reduction (brachioplasty) surgery involves treatment of excess skin in the upper arms. (Such excess skin may result in arms being referred to as “bingo arms” or “bat wings”). Commonly this issue arises after a significant amount of weight loss or with the normal ageing process.
This is designed to re-contour areas that may be resistant to weight loss through diet and exercise. It is a targeted procedure and not done as a weight loss measure.
Facelift surgery involves re-supporting the soft tissues of the face, jawline and neck. It involves an incision starting in the temple hairline, passing down just in front of the ear, curling around the lower part of the ear and ending in the hairline behind the ear. As compared to previous surgical methods, only a small amount of skin is removed to minimise the “operated on” look.
Blepharoplasty (Eyelid) Surgery
Upper eyelid surgery involves resection of excess skin and also some muscle and fat when appropriate for your case. Lower eyelid surgery involves an incision just below the lower eyelashes and readjusting the support structures of the lower eyelid. Very little skin is resected.
Associate Professor Dean White is a fully trained and experienced plastic surgeon and explains the difference between himself and a cosmetic surgeon.