Body Makeover Sydney
Makeovers vs. Moradi Makeovers
There's Makeovers and then there's Moradi Makeovers.
Flick through the short video of me explaining the importance of a 360 mindset when trying to create crisp contours to the abdomen.
Can I combine a body surgery with a breast surgery?
With breasts with excess skin combined with heavy glandular lower pole ptosis, Dr Moradi prefers to stage the insertion of implants. Fat is helpful but only for around a 1/2 cup increase in volume.
However, each case is different from individual to individual and no two treatments are the same. What surgery or surgeries you choose to undergo will be discussed during your consultation with Dr Moradi. After the consultation, Dr Moradi's staff will give you an itemised account of the total cost for the procedure. Due to the fact that breast surgery, for example, is tailored and unique, the pricing will vary between patients.
Let's talk love handles.
For any trainee and patient that has listened to me teach (or rant) you will know how I dislike love handle skin and fat, hence why I believe that the aesthetics of the front of the abdomen must have a 360 approach.
This can be done via 360 tummy tuck or at a minimum 360 liposuction. You need to delve deep into the posterior iliac fat compartment and de-bulk as much tissue as possible. You just can't do this with liposuction alone.
Dr Moradi's 360 Makeover
The 360 liposuction procedure means liposuction for the entire back region, not just the love handle and lower back. The goal is to create a smaller waist line and a tighter and curvy hip line. Sometimes, fat grafting is used to help with the deficient hip region.
Case Study: Reverse Tummy Tuck and Breast Lift and 380cc implants
In this case, the patient had a previous tummy tuck but was wanting a tighter upper abdomen.
The gull-wing incisions are placed under the breast.
Dr Moradi Makeover Results
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Dr Pouria Moradi - Your Sydney Specialist Plastic Surgeon
"I am a consultant plastic, reconstructive and aesthetic surgeon working as a visiting medical officer at Prince of Wales, Royal Women's and Sydney Children's Hospitals, and an associate lecturer at UNSW Medical School.
Having studied medicine at UNSW as a Sam Cracknell Sport and Academic Scholar, I was then awarded Membership of the Royal College of Surgeons of England in 2005 and Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons in Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic surgery."