Medical technology is advancing at a remarkably fast rate. Every month there are new research papers, technologies and techniques being designed, created and implemented. This puts a strain on many smaller cosmetic clinics who simply don’t have the resources to constantly invest in and upgrade their tools. At Australia Cosmetic Clinics, however, our well-known surgical team will always be fully up to date with the latest tried and tested methodologies and equipment. The best thing about our innovations is that they aren’t just a bit better, they’re in an entirely different league and make a world of difference. Because this is the latest and most advanced technology, you’re very unlikely to find another Australian plastic surgery clinic that can offer all of these.
New York, NY (August 23, 2017) – Findings from a recent study published in the Aesthetic Surgery Journal showed that the risk of dying from breast implant-associated anaplastic large cell lymphoma (BIA-ALCL) is , based on a micromort analysis, a unique tool measuring relative risk of activities, and exposures, defined by Ronald Howard in 1979 as 1 micromort = 1:1 million chance of death. The study will help with patient education about this rare condition that has recently been featured in the news. Its findings demonstrate the following:
We are proud to announce ACPS has become the 1st in Houston and one of fewer than 20 organizations in the nation to have an aesthetic plastic surgery fellowship endorsed by the prestigious American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS). Through this fellowship, ACPS surgeons are privileged to share principles of plastic surgery excellence with the next generation of plastic surgeons through mentoring, providing the opportunity to observe and assist the surgeons & research project collaboration. By earning this endorsement, ACPS strives to uphold the reputation of this honor, establishing a fellowship that is strong and well-rounded—providing fellows with an invaluable foundation for future success in their careers.