Bryan Mendelson is a world renowned specialist on the anatomy and ageing of the human face. At his Melbourne premises he exclusively performs aesthetic surgery of the face.
He has led the way in the development of rejuvenation techniques that meet people's desire for a natural looking result with no evidence of surgery. Surgery of this quality now allows people to gently refresh their face as they age, meeting their desire to look as fresh as they feel inside and not be restrained by the look of tiredness that ageing imposes. Dr Mendelson's patients, who come from all countries and states of Australia, know his reputation for quality and patient care, and appreciate being able to trust their appearance to his surgical skill and aesthetic judgement.
He also performs procedures that enhance facial attractiveness for people who may naturally lack facial proportion or harmony, or wish to look more glamorous.
Increasingly, the use of non-surgical or less invasive procedures can provide solutions for people, in some instances. If this is the case, Dr Mendelson will discuss these with you after he examines your face.
Internationally, his work continues to influence other plastic surgeons, both in his research into facial anatomy and ageing, and in the development of surgical techniques that work with the face's anatomy. The aim is always a more natural result for the patient, and a lasting benefit.
He is in demand to teach and perform live demonstration surgery at surgical symposia, teaching courses and conferences around the world and spends many weeks of the year travelling.
Internationally, he is one of the most recognised names in plastic surgery.
"Quality aesthetic surgery can lift the spirits by restoring the sense of wellbeing that facial aging, sadly, so often takes away. But there are no compromises. Only the proper techniques, properly performed can provide a benefit that is natural in appearance and that will slow future aging, to last for years to come. Having aesthetic facial surgery is not an easy decision. It is a journey - a personal and important one - and the patient needs to be carefully supported and cared for at every step, emotionally as well as physically. That is what I and my experienced staff provide."