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First visit Cosmetic Medicine


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First visit Cosmetic Surgery


330 Oxford St, Paddington

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330 Oxford St, Paddington

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Laser surgery


330 Oxford St, Paddington

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330 Oxford St, Paddington

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Liposuction


330 Oxford St, Paddington

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330 Oxford St, Paddington

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Sclerotherapy


330 Oxford St, Paddington

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330 Oxford St, Paddington

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Skin biopsy


330 Oxford St, Paddington

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330 Oxford St, Paddington

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  • Does breast descend again a year or two after this procedure?

    Structures supporting the breast continue to age and therefore some future descent is expected. Then again, because the post-op breast is less weighty the tendency to descent is less than would have occurred had the operation not been performed. Therefore, you are still better off than you would have been without the surgery.

    Dr. John Mahony

  • Question about Sclerotherapy

    Have you had patients having Sclerotherapy complain of heaviness in chest feeling unwell pounding pulse and elevated BP lasting afew days after treatment?

    If this is you, then the fact that you know the pulse was pounding and that your BP was elevated suggests you've already had some sort of medical assessment. The provisional diagnosis is pulmonary embolism and you need to urgently attend your nearest Accident and Emergency Department.
    If this is a more theoretical question, not pertaining to any current patient, then, like the others, I can say that no, I have never had a patient describe such symptoms after a treatment at my practice.

    Nonetheless, it *is* a possibility - a risk of around 0.1% after ultrasound-guided foam sclerotherapy to greater saphenous vein.

    Dr. John Mahony

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