Scars can be occur due to a variety of reasons. Some can heal beautifully naturally, whist others may look unsightly.
Scars can be caused by:
People seek scar revision for a variety of reasons which may include:
How one scars is related to both the cause of the original scar, as well as the patient’s genetics, skin colour, genetic background and how the wound healed after the scar was made.
Normal scars become less pink and flatter with time. The best scars are as thin as possible, flat, and white in appearance. Scars are often darker or pigmented in people from Asian, subcontinental, or African backgrounds.
Normal scars may require revision if:
Hypertrophic scars have the following features:
The best candidates for scar revision are those who:
We can perform scar revision in our rooms at Gordon, under local anaesthetic. Alternatively (especially for larger scars) these can be performed in a day surgery or hospital setting.
Smaller procedures can be performed under local anaesthesia in our Gordon rooms whist larger procedures may require sedation or general anaesthesia and these are performed in a day surgery or private hospital setting.
Every surgery carries risks, and therefore one must consider if risks outweigh the benefits for your own personal situation. If they do then the surgery may be well worth it. Dr Aggarwal will discuss the pros and cons of surgery with you during your consultation.
Highly skilled Fellowship Trained Plastic surgeon – know you are in the safest of hands with a Plastic Surgeon who is experienced, highly respected, and appointed at premier Sydney hospitals- including the SAN, RPA, POWH and RHW.
If sedation or general anaesthetic is required, it is delivered by an accredited anaesthetist
Have your surgery at premier, accredited Sydney private hospitals
We provide written quotes, so there are no surprises.
We make you our top priority. Need to ask a question, worried about dressings or something else post op? We will always be at your beck and call.
Our patients love us! Feel free to read our reviews online on independent websites, or you can speak to some of our existing patients who will gladly speak about their plastic surgery journey.
We pride our practice in personalised, professional and ethical care. Your safety and satisfaction is our utmost priority – we only provide sedation or general anaesthesia in accredited facilities and after your procedure you will have direct access to Dr Aggarwal and his staff to answer any questions or concerns.
At your first consultation, Dr Aggarwal will explain a personalised treatment option for your desired results. A comprehensive medical history and examination is followed by discussion of surgery, examination of before and after photographs and trial of implants in the case of breast augmentation. Remember to bring a referral for your consultation, to claim the Medicare Rebate.
We will always be upfront about all costs of surgery including surgical, anaesthetic and hospital fees. Our quotes are valid for 12 months so there is no pressure to decide quickly.
To help achieve your goals, we will tailor treatment options to what you actually need. We will never recommend surgical or non surgical treatment if its not going to achieve what you want. We aim to deliver beautiful, natural results.
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Mode Plastic Surgery, 924 Pacific Highway, Gordon NSW 2072
Multiple options throughout the week
85 Burdett St, Hornsby NSW 2077
Alternate Tuesday afternoons
Level 2, Clinic D, Chris O’Brien Lifehouse, 119-143 Missenden Rd, Camperdown NSW 2050.
Level 1, 6 Ryde Road, Hunters Hill NSW 2110.
Once a month Thursday morning.
Prince of Wales Private Hospital, Suite 10, Level 7, Barker St, Randwick Hill NSW 2031
Once a month Friday morning.