Breast surgery can be very rewarding and I feel grateful to be able to improve the quality of life for so many patients who have issues relating to their breasts. Breast surgery can be complicated and there can be so much confusing information for people considering surgery. This website contains information for my breast surgery patients. I would like my patients to be well informed and have realistic expectations about the likely results.
I cover most of the questions I get asked in a way that is hopefully neither too basic or too technical.
I am a Plastic Surgeon who works in both the public and private hospital systems in Wellington, New Zealand. In the public hospital system most of my work is treatment of children and young adults with craniofacial conditions affecting the skull, eye sockets and face.
In my private practice much of my work is aesthetic surgery of the breast. Both of these fields have their own challenges and rewards and I enjoy the 3-dimensional considerations of both types of surgery. Every patient is an individual with specific expectations and unique anatomy. Surgery is tailored to each person. My techniques are continually modified and adapted over time with personal experience and with the shared experience of the Plastic Surgical community.
If you have questions I haven’t answered here, please ask and I will try to update these over time.