Cosmetic Surgery Clinic in Sydney Safe and Effective Plastic Surgery Treatments 

It’s no surprise; everyone wants to be beautiful. More and more Sydney clients are turning to cosmetic surgery to achieve their dream physique. Let Ace Cosmetic Surgery Sydney lead your journey to a brand new and improved You!
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Ace Cosmetic Surgery Sydney

In Sydney, only the best cosmetic surgery providers get a wide variety of cosmetic treatment procedures, both surgical and nonsurgical, that they can offer their clients with sound expertise. We have the best cosmetic and plastic surgeons in Sydney to attend to all your beauty dilemmas and help you achieve your best beauty potential safely and effectively.

Contact us to book an appointment and prepare yourself for the beauty ride of your life!

Just fill in the form and talk to us to know your options

Or talk to us at (02) 1234 56789

Common Beauty Areas and What Ace Cosmetic Surgery Sydney Can Do

Below are the most common body areas that Sydney clients request to have cosmetic surgery done. Ace Cosmetic Surgery Sydney listed down 5 most common cosmetic surgery options they can avail to address these problem areas. You can contact our Sydney clinic or book an appointment so our surgeons can discuss with you in detail all about each cosmetic procedure options.

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Rhytidectomy (Facelift)
Blepharoplasty (Eyelid Surgery)
Otoplasty (Ear Surgery)
Rhinoplasty (Nose Reshaping)
Genioplasty/Mentoplasty (Chin Surgery)

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Abdominoplasty (Tummy Tuck)
Brachioplasty (Arm Lift)
Vaginoplasty/Labiaplasty (Vaginal surgery)
Mummy Makeover

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Breast Reduction
Breast Augmentation
Mastopexy (Breast Lift)
Gynecomastia Surgery (Reduction for Men)
Nipple/Areola Reduction

About Us

Here at Ace Cosmetic Surgery Sydney, we take your inhibitions and replace them with confidence.

We are a group of plastic and cosmetic surgeons who aim to deliver high-quality cosmetic surgery procedures to anyone who needs it. No matter the age, there is always a cosmetic procedure that would suit your preference.

Contact Ace Cosmetic Surgery Sydney or book an appointment and let our expert surgeons answer any of your questions and help you decide which way you’ll take to become more beautiful.


Cosmetic Surgery

Ace Cosmetic Surgery Sydney is more than just any other Sydney cosmetic clinics who offer surgical procedures to their clients. Because we aim to be the best and highly credible cosmetic surgery in Sydney, we are also offering nonsurgical cosmetic treatment procedures made available to all our valued clients.

  • Cosmetic Dermal Fillers
  • Anti-Wrinkle Injections
  • Hyperhidrosis Treatment
  • Nonsurgical Rhinoplasty
  • Microdermabrasion

For more details about these extraordinary cosmetic procedures, contact Ace Cosmetic Surgery Sydney or book an appointment to discuss all these with our surgeons.

General Questions about Cosmetic Surgery in Sydney

What is the difference between a cosmetic surgeon and a plastic surgeon?
We have to remember that in reality, any doctor with a medical degree can be called a cosmetic surgeon. They are doctors who are practicing and offering cosmetic surgery procedure options to their clients without any additional qualifications to become a legitimate specialist.

A Plastic Surgeon, on the other hand, is a doctor who has the required training, skills, and knowledge to be considered as a specialist surgeon who can perform plastic surgery, both cosmetic and reconstructive in nature.

You can be sure that Ace Cosmetic Surgery Sydney has the best plastic surgeons in Sydney to offer all cosmetic surgery procedures safely and effectively.

Who can be a good candidate for cosmetic surgery?
Anyone who wishes to have cosmetic surgery procedure done is welcome to explore the treatment options our practice offer, as long as they are physically and mentally healthy and prepared. Any medical conditions they have prior to the surgery should be discussed and made known to the surgeon so as to avoid any untoward complication. A thorough medical examination for major cosmetic surgery procedures is to be expected. Moreover, realistic expectations should also be established and discussed with the surgeon to avoid miscommunication.
How much would I need to spend for a cosmetic surgery procedure?
Like any other medical or surgical appointments, the initial consultation with an expert health provider is very important. Initial consultations with our plastic and cosmetic surgeons typically range from $300 to $450, based on their years of expertise and qualifications.

Our cosmetic surgery treatment options would entail fees to be incurred as well. These would include the surgical fee, the anesthetic fee, and the hospital fee. These fees would depend on what procedure you are getting, how long you have to stay in the hospital, and the kind of anesthesia and medical attention you would need for the procedure. We should also put into consideration additional fees to be paid for the surgical garments (Support bra, bandages, or splints) to be provided and the cosmetic paraphernalia to be used (implants, fillers, or prostheses) for any of the cosmetic surgery procedure.

Will there be scarring after the surgery?
Surgical incisions are almost always expected to scar after the procedure. It is the responsibility of the plastic or cosmetic surgeon to make sure that the least possibility of having scars should be experienced. Certain techniques and adjustment to the incision locations can be made so that the surgical scar may be least visible. However, if a patient has a history of visible scarring or is a keloid former, the surgical scar may be a bit more noticeable than expected.

Discuss your concerns about scarring and be guided by our surgeon when your contact or book an appointment with Ace Cosmetic Surgery Sydney.

What should I expect after my cosmetic surgery procedure?
Immediately after your cosmetic surgery procedure, you will either be required to stay in the hospital or allowed to rest and recover at home. This would all depend on the type of cosmetic procedure you availed.

For those who are allowed to go home or stay in the hospital overnight, a designated driver should come and pick you up because you will not be allowed to drive and commute on your own in a public transport at least 24 hours after your cosmetic procedure because the effect of the anesthesia is still present.

Your Ace Cosmetic Surgery Sydney surgeon will prescribe painkillers and/or antibiotics after your surgery. This will make your postoperative experience a bit more comfortable and free of infection. Follow the surgeon’s advice as to how to take these medications.

Following your surgical procedure, tight-fitting surgical garments may be required to ensure comfort, provide support, reduce bruising, and control excessive swelling on the operative site. This surgical garment, if required, will be provided to you and you will be advised on how long you would need to wear it.

When can I go back to work/ resume my daily activities?
The length of time you will be off work would really depend on what kind of surgery you’ve had. For major cosmetic surgery procedures such as tummy tuck, breast surgeries, and mummy makeovers, you may be required to stay off work for 4-6 weeks. Most nonsurgical cosmetic treatments are walk-ins or are in outpatient basis procedures and may be advised to be off work at least a few hours to a day or two. Some patients even get back to work immediately after the procedure. Ace Cosmetic Surgery Sydney would discuss all these with you in full detail if you contact our clinic or book an appointment with us.

For major cosmetic surgery procedures, as a general rule, you will be advised to avoid exercise for the first two weeks after surgery. You may be able to gradually resume activity with limitations and restrictions strictly imposed, and by at least six weeks following your surgery you should be back to your normal level of exercise.

However, Ace Cosmetic Surgery Sydney clients are often advised that the level of activity you can perform should be dependent on your own body’s tolerance and level of healing. Making sure that your surgical site is supported while doing your daily activities as well as adhering to the surgeon’s advice are your responsibilities.

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