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The Way Forward – 5 Small Procedures

Most people enjoy the uplifted feeling that comes with having an improvement of their facial appearance. Helping people who want that confidence, but not wanting a facelift, is a growing and satisfying part of my Aesthetic surgery practice It is possible to obtain a worthwhile yet subtle change without having to resort to major surgery.

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What You Can Learn From My ‘Over Seventies Club’

Most women these days are aware that modern plastic surgery can maintain a persons’ attractive facial appearance.

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The Difference Between ‘Plain’ Girls and Girls With A Beautiful Appearance

When I was young and knew little about women, I was shocked when I heard my friend’s mothers comment about younger women or teenage girls, who were not beautiful, that they were ‘plain’ Certainly, not an endearing term, but it said it all.

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Feeling Bad about Your Neck and Lower Face?

In 2006 the screenwriter Nora Ephron (You’ve Got Mail etc.) wrote a book, I Feel Bad About My Neck. It became an immediate bestseller.

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Internationally Recognised Australian Plastic Surgeon – Dr. Bryan Mendelson

Although he is an Australian Plastic SurgeonDr. Bryan Mendelson is internationally recognised as an authority on the face, especially of the unique anatomy leading to the changes that occur with aging and of advanced facial aesthetic surgery.

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The Sushruta Oration November 2016

Bryan Mendelson delivered the 2016 Sushruta Oration, the most prestigious oration of the Association of Plastic Surgeons of India…

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How to avoid plastic surgery

How to avoid plastic surgery
RESCU had a chat with Dr Bryan C Mendelson from the Centre for Facial Plastic Surgery in Melbourne to find out …

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April 2016-2

International Teaching Engagements 2016. 
Bryan is travelling to seven countries this year, presenting master-classes, keynote…

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April 2016

Dr Mendelson appears in Gray’s Anatomy textbook.

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