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Our aesthetic surgery services in Warners Bay
We provide you with a variety of services and treatments tailored to your needs.
The abdomen is one area of the body where fat commonly accumulates as people grow older. In many cases, this fat resists changes in diet and exercise, stubbornly remaining whatever one does. Even if a person does lose the fat, the skin may have become stretched to the point that it cannot be tightened through any amount of exercise. Pregnancy can also result in significant deterioration of the abdomen with stretching of both muscles and skin. At his practice in Warners Bay, Dr. John Newton offers lipectomy and tummy tuck surgery (abdominoplasty) to residents of Newcastle, the Hunter Valley region, and surrounding communities who are affected by unwanted abdominal fat or stretched abdomens.
Facial plastic surgery is an invaluable resource to anyone who is dissatisfied with his or her features, or who simply wants to reverse the outward signs of aging. Dr. John Newton offers a selection of procedures at his practice serving the Newcastle area, including facelift, eyelid surgery, and lip augmentation, that effectively address many common aesthetic complaints. Every procedure performed by Dr. Newton meets the highest standards of safety and quality.
The breast is one of the most common areas of concern for female plastic surgery patients, making cosmetic plastic surgery of the breast very popular at Dr. John Newton’s Warners Bay practice near the Hunter Valley and Newcastle. Breast augmentation with realistic implants, breast lift with liposuction, breast reduction, and breast reconstruction give Dr. Newton’s patients from the Central Coast, Mid North Coast, Hunter region, and throughout NSW the opportunity to enhance their breasts in optimum safety and comfort.
Face & nose
Prominent facial features such as the nose and ears dramatically affect a person’s appearance, and features that are disproportionate can be a source of insecurity for those with otherwise well-balanced features. Fortunately, the ears and nose can be reshaped using advanced plastic surgery techniques. In addition to other facial surgeries, Dr. John Newton’s patients from Australia’s Mid North Coast, Central Coast, and from around the Hunter Valley and Newcastle can take advantage of rhinoplasty and ear pinning (otoplasty) to improve the appearance of the nose and ears.
No matter how much a person exercises and diets, there are certain areas of the body where fat is simply stubborn and unresponsive. Liposuction can be used to remove stubborn excess fat in small amounts with the aim of sculpting the body. The treatment is often performed in conjunction with other cosmetic procedures, such as breast lift and mini-abdominoplasty. Using gentler wet liposuction to treat patients from the Newcastle area, near the Hunter Valley, Dr. John Newton can remove isolated deposits of fat from many areas of the body, creating better defined contours and a trimmer, healthier-looking physique.
Although a certain amount of exposure to sunlight is essential to good skin health, overexposure is one of the most common causes of skin damage, particularly among the sun-loving Australian population. Over time, the facial skin usually experiences the most sun damage; wrinkles, fine lines, and other imperfections also develop as the skin ages. Fortunately, people with damaged, aging skin can avail themselves of one of the most exciting cosmetic treatments currently available in laser skin renewal. This skin care treatment is available to Newcastle, Hunter Valley, and other Central and Mid North Coast residents at the practice of Dr. John Newton in Warners Bay. Laser skin renewal leaves the facial skin looking smoother, healthier, and more youthful. Patients often choose to combine laser skin care with eyelid surgery or another facial procedure for more thorough treatment, while others choose it as an alternative to more invasive surgical techniques.