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Specialising in minimally-invasive Face + Body Cosmetic Surgery since 1998
Patient safety and high satisfaction rate is our highest priority at the Cosmetic Surgicentre of Sydney. To maximise patient safety all our procedures are performed under minimal local anaesthetic and oral sedation/analgesia. This eliminates all the serious risks associated with general anaesthesia or intravenous sedation. Over the past 20 years Dr. Zurek has developed a number of unique procedures with the aim of minimising invasiveness and simplifying intervention. This greatly contributes to patient safety and post-procedural recovery. To achieve the highest patient satisfaction rate, we focus on patient’s specific concerns and offer a range of options to accomplish natural, pleasing and long-lasting results. Our clinic specialises in a variety of cosmetic surgery and plastic surgery services and high quality procedures to ensure our clients are satisfied with their results.
Dr Zurek has over 45 years experience in medicine and surgery in Australia. In the 1970’s he completed five years of surgical training in Sydney teaching hospitals and passed Part 1 Fellowship examination of Royal Australasian College of Surgeons in 1975. Subsequently, he worked in private practice developing a special interest in skin cancer and cosmetic surgery. Since 1995 he has been practicing exclusively in the field of Cosmetic Surgery. Dr Zurek has completed numerous training courses in all areas of cosmetic surgery in USA, Europe, South America, Asia and Australia.
If you are interested in any specific procedure and would like further insight into past patients personal experiences, please contact our office and we will put you in contact with them.
Characteristics perceived as odd or unusual often have out-of proportion facial features, such as ears that are too large and stick out.
Fat transfer to restore body defects were first reported in 1893 and fat grafting using syringe injection was first published in 1910.
Lipoplasty is a term referring to a surgical procedure used to reshape localised fat deposits. There are several types of lipoplasty.
In recent years there has been an increasing interest in cosmetic surgery for female genitalia. The most popular being labiaplasty, (reduction of the labia minora, “inner lips”).