Tagged: plastic surgeon canberra

Can I claim a Medicare rebate for a Breast Reduction Procedure?

If you have large, heavy breasts which are causing you back, neck or shoulder pain, and/or emotional problems, you may be thinking about having breast reduction surgery.  Along with the pain, you might also be having issues with finding clothes which fit properly or look attractive because of your bigger… Read more »


What does a Mummy Makeover cost in Australia?

The cost of a Mummy Makeover is a common question but the answer isn’t as simple as reading a price list or menu of services, and nor should it, because every individual’s needs will be different.  It’s surgery we’re talking about, and there are several factors which will impact on the… Read more »


Dr Milovic’s Mummy Makeover patient interviewed by Vogue Australia

After having a Mummy Makeover with Dr Milovic last year, this patient wanted to share her journey. She was interviewed this week by Vogue Australia (for their Cosmetic Enhancement and Anti-ageing Biannual) and will share her experience about why she underwent a combined tummy and breast procedure after having two… Read more »


Safety before profits: why cosmetic surgery is ripe for regulation | SBS News

should read this article as part of the research process – it explains how cosmetic surgery has become such an unregulated industry.  Safety should always be before profits.  It is not just the ability to perform a procedure that counts; it is the ability and competence to deal with post-operative… Read more »


News: Are tummies the new cleavage?

Authored by Sonja, Practice Manager After our post yesterday about tummy tuck recovery (if you missed it, follow this link:  3 Important things to know about tummy tuck recovery ), we saw this morning’s headline all about tummies and fashion.  Interesting…I read on. According to Karl Lagerfeld, head designer and fashion… Read more »


Mummy makeover (Part 1) – what you need to know

mummy and daughter at beach

Raising a family is a rewarding and challenging experience, and mothers give their all to do it.  In years gone by, mums would put up with saggy breasts and the abdominal apron of fat and skin left over after childbirth.  Times have changed, and we are seeing more women who are… Read more »