Mornington’s plastic surgeon super-specialist


You may not think the Mornington Peninsula is Australia’s leading destination for research into cosmetic surgery — but you’d be wrong.  Specialist plastic surgeon Tim Brown has worked on the Peninsula for more than a decade and has recently changed the emphasis of his practice to treat only cosmetic surgery issues. Although he has more than 20 years’ experience in plastic surgery, there is now such a demand for his skills in cosmetic work that he has taken the decision to super-specialise.

He explains. “While I would like to continue treating the whole range of problems I have dealt on the Peninsula for the last 10 years, I can’t do everything.”

Tim now specialises in facial procedures such as face lifts, blepharoplasty, brow lifts and neck lifts to give Mornington Peninsula people complete facial rejuvenations. Focusing on the upper face (forehead, brows and upper eyelids), the middle of the face (lower eyelids and cheeks) and the lower face (the neck and jaw line), Tim delivers exceptional outcomes in a safe, supportive and technologically advanced environment.

He continues. “Surgery on the upper third of the face is usually a day case and recovery is less than two weeks, depending on the extent. On average, we see patients in their mid-40s. A lower eyelid reduction or blepharoplasty is designed to reduce the fat bags and also remove some of the loose skin that inevitably forms with time. Micro fat transfer can be of great help in reducing the groove that appears between the eyelid and cheek too. This surgery is performed as a day case and can result in bruising and swelling for two to four weeks, depending on each individual. Everyone’s neck is different, depending on their genetics, age and what they are trying to achieve.” 

Although Tim focuses on the three areas above, he believes it’s vital to look at the face holistically to produce a balanced and harmonious result. And that’s just what he does. Find out how today.

* Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks.  Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.


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