There are many factors which influence the outcome of any cosmetic procedure. Many of these factors are unique to each individual patient’s personal attributes and desired procedural outcomes, however, the most consistently critical factor is the skill of the surgeon involved.
As an individual considering a surgical procedure for cosmetic purposes you should begin by seeking out a fully qualified Plastic Surgeon. It is important to realise that this is very different to a Cosmetic Surgeon and/or a Facial Plastic Surgeon. Despite the confusing nature of the terminology, the process for identifying a qualified Plastic Surgeon is quite straight forward and simply requires you to look for evidence that the surgeon you are considering is an elite member of the AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY OF PLASTIC SURGEONS, or ASPS. You can also look for the subtitle (PLAS) after their surgical qualification of FRACS.
Prior to becoming a qualified Plastic Surgeon, Dr Paul Quinn was awarded the prestigious Australasian Gordon–Gordon Taylor gold medal in 1999 for excellence in surgical training. Furthermore, during the 16 years of training required to complete his Plastic Surgical qualifications, Dr Quinn undertook advanced Plastic Surgical training in England specialising in all aspects of breast and hand surgery. During this time Paul also attended many peripheral Cosmetic Plastic Surgery clinics throughout the United Kingdom, working with some of the world leaders in Plastic Surgery and attended the world-renowned Canniesburn microvascular flap course in Glasgow Scotland.
These experiences allow Dr Paul Quinn to offer the highest standards of safety, a thorough understanding of best-practice surgical techniques and a well practiced ability to deliver a beautiful, natural result.