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  • Corporates and Cosmetic Medicine

    The cosmetic medical industry, like many other industries, is becoming more corporatised, with big businesses now owning the majority of shopping centre clinics, as well as locally well-known brand name clinics.

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  • When things go wrong with dermal fillers

    Dermal filler injections are becoming one of the most popular cosmetic treatments in Australia and indeed worldwide.

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  • It is all about light – Injectable ‘luminance’

    The practice of cosmetic medicine is all about making use of light. Without light, our discipline would not exist.

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  • Tattoo Removal

    It is estimated that some 10% of the Australian population have at least one tattoo, and that 25-50% of these have ‘tattoo regret’.

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  • Total Face™ injectable treatments

    The signature treatment at Aesthetic Harmony Canberra is Total Face™ dermal filler treatment. It forms the foundation on which other treatments can be built.

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  • The science behind attractiveness, facial proportions and the mathematics of beauty

    We raised the question in part 1 of my post of whether there are universal standards of beauty and whether these standards can span ethnic and cultural divides? I believe so.

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  • Dr Bernard Leung attends the first International Allergan Medical Institute meeting in London

    I have just returned from attending the first International Allergan Medical Institute meeting in London. This was a meeting held by Allergan, the manufacturer of the most popular anti wrinkle injections and dermal fillers. It was an invitation only event for their top international trainers.

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  • Singapore Asia Pacific Anatomy Workshop 2015

    have been writing about the importance of a thorough understanding of facial anatomy with respect to facial injectable treatments for some time. I described in my recent article of The 3 A s of Facial Injectables how the era of ‘anatomical injecting’ has dawned. It was therefore with great honour that I was invited to attend The Allergan Academy Applied Anatomy Workshop in Singapore.

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  • The art of beauty
3 A’s of cosmetic injectables

    The use of dermal fillers and anti-wrinkles injections (collectively known as cosmetic injectables) have become the most popular and effective treatment by far in facial rejuvenation. With advances in techniques and injectable products over the past few years, attractive, durable and natural looking results can be reliably achieved.

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  • Lip Treatments

    One of the sessions that I enjoyed immensely from the Second Australasian Medical Aesthetic Congress held last weekend in Sydney was the demonstration on lip treatment. Dr Raj Acqulla from the UK and Dr Sarah Hart generously shared their techniques by injecting live on stage.

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  • Anti wrinkle injections: Myth or Fact

    Most people nowadays know about anti-wrinkle injections. TGA regulations do not allow us to mention any products by name. You may have tried them yourself or you may know someone who has.

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  • More on Cosmetex 2014. Nose reshaping.

    In my previous blog, I spoke about some of the exciting things I learnt at cosmetex 2014. In this article I am going to talk about ageing of the nose and rejuvenation of the nose.

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  • Congratulations Cate McGregor

    Many of you may have read our blogs on Cate McGregor earlier this year (28/2/14 and 21/3/14). We continue to follow her story with great interest. I saw her on the ABC program Q&A last night and I was completely captivated by her eloquence and elegance. She was insightful, articulate, and was obviously well respected.

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  • Facial Feminisation

    In our previous article, we congratulated Cate on her courageous transition to the female gender. In this weeks article, I am going to provide some insight into the process behind non-surgical facial feminisation.

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  • Insights from Allergan Medical Institute meeting London – Multicultural approach to beauty

    The concept of beauty was discussed in considerable detail during the first Allergan Medical Institute meeting that I attended in London recently. Extensive surveys have been carried out in different countries with both women and men, from different age groups and ethnicities, regarding what motivates them to have aesthetic treatment and what they expect the outcome to be.

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