Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon

Breast Reconstruction

Breast reconstruction is an increasingly common surgical procedure for women who have had a mastectomy. The procedure can create a breast that resembles a natural breast in appearance and form. Breast reconstruction is a physically and emotionally rewarding procedure for a woman who has lost a breast due to cancer or other condition. Breast reconstruction […]

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Breast Reduction

Breast reduction, also known as reduction mammoplasty, is a surgical procedure that reduces the size of overly large breasts. Overly¬† large breasts can cause health issues and emotional problems for¬† some women. In addition to self image issues, it can also cause physical pain and discomfort. Breast reduction surgery removes excess breast fat, glandular tissue […]

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Gynaecomastia is an excessive enlargement of the male breast and may be present in one breast (unilaterally) or in both breasts (bilaterally). Male breast development in not uncommon in teenage boys for no obvious reason. Sometimes it results from a specific cause: Hormonal changes Weight gain Hereditary conditions Disease, such as liver disease Certain medication […]

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Skin Cancer

Dr Theile performs excision and reconstruction of all forms of skin cancer including Basal Cell Cancer (BCC), Squamous Cell Cancer (SCC) and Melanoma. These can be at any location on the body, face, limbs, scalp or neck. Specific plastic surgery techniques are used in the difficult areas of the face including nose, lip, eyelids and […]

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Microsurgery techniques are most often used for breast reconstruction, limb trauma and facial reanimation. These specialised techniques allow pieces of tissue to be moved from one part of the body to another to help reconstruct areas that are lost through surgical removal, trauma or birth defects. Dr Theile performs microsurgical breast reconstruction, limb salvage and […]

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