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Wednesday, 30 December 2020

Know the Difference: News Articles in the Australian

Our #KnowTheDifference campaign is gaining momentum with two articles appearing on Page 3 of The Australian newspapers – one on Tuesday, 29th December and another on Wednesday, 30th December. As you know, we have launched this national campaign to educate consumers on the importance of knowing  the difference between a registered Specialist Plastic Surgeon and those who portray […]
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Friday, 11 December 2020

Know the Difference: Interview on Mamamia with Dr Amira Sanki

Dr Amira Sanki
On 8th December 2020, ASAPS Vice President and Chair of Education, Dr Amira Sanki, was interviewed by Mamamia in their podcast The Quicky on a range of cosmetic surgery topics including information on injectables, what each patient needs to know before doing any work on their face, the importance of getting the right advice and doing your research on […]
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Monday, 7 December 2020

Know the Difference: Interview with Dr Rob Sheen

know the difference
Recently, ASAPS President Dr Rob Sheen was interviewed on radio station 2GB about our ‘Know the Difference’ campaign. You can listen to the podcast here or read the transcript of that interview: Nights with John Stanley below.  John: The Australasian Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (ASAPS), the specialists in the area of plastic surgery, have started a […]
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Wednesday, 2 December 2020

NSS 2.0 in the news

NSS 2.0
This year’s Non-Surgical Symposium 2.0 – Reimagined was an outstanding success, thanks to noteworthy presentations  shared by thought leaders from around the world followed by robust and dynamic panel discussions as well as the support we received from our sponsors. Here are two write-ups on the event that are featured on these websites: Spa + Clinic […]
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Thursday, 26 November 2020

Non-Surgical Symposium 2.0 Reimagined

NSS 2.0
This year’s Non-Surgical Symposium 2.0 – Reimagined is nothing like you’ve ever seen before. Thanks to COVID-19, we’ve had to reinvent this ASAPS event which, in its new avatar, is now a virtual reimagining of the traditional Non-Surgical Symposium live event. On Saturday, 28 and Sunday, 29 November, the Non-Surgical Symposium 2.0 – Reimagined will be hosted […]
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Friday, 13 November 2020

A Different Approach to Neck Lift – Direct Excision Neck Lift

Direct Excision neck lift
By Dr Andre Safvat What is a Direct Excision Neck Lift? A direct excision neck lift improves the appearance of the neck by tightening the neck muscles and removing the excess fat and skin. It is particularly effective in getting rid of the so-called double chin that many people are concerned about. Overall, it gives […]
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Thursday, 22 October 2020

Why is BMI so important for Abdominoplasty?

abdominoplasty BMI
By Craig Layt Are you considering the possibility of undergoing an abdominoplasty after having children or losing weight, but are still carrying a few extra kilos? If this is you, it is important to understand that your Body Mass Index (BMI) and your plastic surgery results are intricately linked. Read on to learn more about […]
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Friday, 2 October 2020

What’s involved in Asian Blepharoplasty?

Asian eyelid surgery
By Dr Chris Ahn Double eyelid surgery, or Asian blepharoplasty, is a unique procedure used to create or enhance an upper eyelid fold in those who lack the fold from birth or who have weak or uneven folds. Common in people with Asian ethnicity, the absence of an eyelid fold is due to an anatomical […]
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Wednesday, 23 September 2020

Closed vs. Open Rhinoplasty

rhinoplasty open vs closed
By Allan Kalus If you are self-conscious about your nose, it most probably commenced in your teen years when someone made a teasing, unkind comment. It is amazing how some things stay with us and can affect our self-esteem years later.  Most people start their journey by doing some research on Google. They soon discover […]
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Thursday, 17 September 2020

The Benefits of Post-pregnancy Abdominoplasty

tummy tuck
The arrival of a new baby often leaves a woman with stretched skin that cannot retract, and even abdominal muscles have separated in the middle (called ‘divarication’), a sagging or bulging stomach that no amount of exercise can counter.  In 2016, it was decided that Medicare would no longer cover the abdominoplasty procedure following pregnancy. […]
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