Many people say you should change your breast implants every ten years, but is this really true?
Breast implants are not considered lifetime devices but routinely changing your implant every ten years may not be necessary. Continue reading “Q&A: SHOULD YOU GET YOUR BREAST IMPLANTS REPLACED EVERY DECADE?” »
Stamp your mark on the world this spring with the latest collagen inducing therapy. Dermastamp is the latest microneedling treatment that stimulates your body’s innate ability to repair and rejuvenate. Dermastamp® is a non-invasive treatment designed to stimulate the body’s natural production of collagen and elastin, which works to smooth and plump the skin from the inside out, for improved skin tone and texture. Some people also refer to Dermastamp® treatments as Skin Needling or Collagen Induction Therapy. Continue reading “NON-SURGICAL REJUVENATION: STAMP YOUR MARK ON YOUTH” »
You’ve lost weight and you’re healthier than ever but the left-over loose skin is still weighing you down? Sagging, loose skin is a common issue for people after massive weight loss particularly after bariatric surgery. Continue reading “THIS SPRING: WEIGHT LOSS & SURGERY” »
Medical-grade products, also known as cosmeceuticals, contain active ingredients that have been clinically proven to have a positive effect on skin.
Eden Institute Director, Dr Mark Edinburg says cosmeceuticals provide both aesthetic and medicinal benefits and are specifically prescribed after assessing your individual needs. Continue reading “SPRING CLEAN YOUR SKINCARE: MEDICAL-GRADE COSMECEUTICALS” »
Last week I had the pleasure of attending the 39th Annual Conference of the Australasian Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (ASAPS) on the Gold Coast. It was a fantastic opportunity to meet and hear from some of my senior overseas colleagues, who shared their insights and experiences with facial and breast surgery. It was also an opportune time to discuss refinements to my surgery with my Australian colleagues.
Specifically I gained some new insights into facelift surgery, particularly some new surgical methods in eyelid surgery, and discovered ways to refine my technique in breast implant and male gynecomastia surgery.
Dr Mark Edinburg
Debbie, our Practice Manager, also attended the Practice Managers’ conference, which she found invaluable. It was wonderful for her to connect with colleagues working in similar roles and share their experience and learnings, all of which will contribute to enriching the patient experience at the Eden Institute.
Both Debbie and I also had a chance to look at and new products available in the cosmetic market – surgical and non-surgical – that may be of value for our patients.
Debbie at the CoolSculpting stand
It was a great meeting of minds and a stimulating experience.
Back at work, refreshed and enriched!
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