Privacy Policy

Taylor Plastic Surgery collects information from patients in order to provide you with quality health care. We require you to provide this information, which includes personal details and your medical history, so that your health care needs can be properly assessed, diagnosed and treated. The service provided to you by this practice is bound by the legal requirements of the Australian Privacy Principles set out in the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth).

The information we collect from you will only be used for:

  1. Administrative purposes;
  2. Invoicing purposes (including liaising with Medicare in relation to billing);
  3. Disclosure to other health professionals directly involved in your health care, including general practitioners, treating doctors, specialists outside this practice as advised by you.

If you have any concerns about the management of your personal information, please inform Taylor Plastic Surgery. Upon request, you may obtain a copy of the Australian Privacy Principles, which describe your rights and how your personal information should be handled. You may request to see and correct the personal information kept on file about you at any stage and, in circumstances where Taylor Plastic Surgery is satisfied that the personal information is inaccurate, out of date or incomplete, reasonable steps will be taken to ensure this information is corrected. Ultimately, should you wish to lodge a formal complaint about the use of, disclosure of or access to your personal information, you may do so with the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner by telephone on 1300 363 992, online at or by post to: GPO Box 5218, Sydney, NSW 2001.

Frequently Asked Questions

What’s the difference between fat transfer and fillers?
As opposed to synthetic fillers, the process of a fat transfer keeps the fat cells permanently where they are placed. They use a person’s own fat tissue for injection, rather than filler materials.
Am I a good candidate for abdominoplasty surgery?
The best candidates for abdominoplasty surgery patients are those who are fit, have already achieved any weight loss goals. Abdominoplasty surgery is not a substitute for diet and exercise and can be associated with increased risks in patients who are overweight or obese. Women who are planning future pregnancies should also delay abdominoplasty surgery.
How much does breast reconstruction surgery cost?
The cost for breast reconstruction is determined by the extent and complexity of the procedure, as well as surgeon costs, anaesthetist fees, hospital fees, and post-operative recovery costs. Because of its reconstructive nature, a portion of the procedure costs may be covered by Medicare or your private health insurer, but you will need to check what criteria you must meet to be eligible.
What is recovery from breast revision like?
Recovery from breast revision surgery will be similar to the recovery experienced following the initial implant procedure. It is recommended that you minimise strenuous activity and exercise after surgery. You should also avoid wearing underwire bras to facilitate proper healing of the underlying breast tissue.

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