"A well performed breast augmentation is an operation of preparation, measurement, exactness and perfect technique" Peter Callan
“Breast augmentation is breast enlargement with implants. Breast augmentation adds volume. Reasons for surgery may be personal choice, or to restore volume following breast feeding, weight loss, and to match asymmetry.”
Mr Callan performs all his surgery in state of the art facilities at St John of God Hospital in Geelong.
Breast augmentation is almost always done as a day procedure. Someone will need to take you home from hospital stay with you the first night. Breast augmentation is not a particularly painful procedure but you will be given medication to keep you comfortable.
Safety and quality are absolute paramount. We only use smooth round implants and have done so for over ten years. These implants are the safest implants available.
We follow the best surgical techniques to minimise the risk of any adverse events. Your implants should last for many years to come.
Before and after
Move slider right and left to see the result of breast augmentation using 350cc smooth round implants on top of the muscle.
We aim for a natural, enhancing appearance. All of our implants are round, smooth implants placed on top of the muscle.
Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you are welcome to seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified specialist.
Gallery (some of our results)
Recovery time is a couple of days but full upper body activities should not be resumed until three weeks.
If you are able to largely relax after your surgery then you may only need a few days to recover.
You can shower within hours of surgery as dressings are minimal. You must not drive until you are fully recovered from both the anaesthetic and the discomfort of surgery.
The incision lines from the surgery are always present but fade over the first six to 12 months.
We recommend a soft bra to be worn for the first three weeks post operation to support breasts and help with post-operative discomfort. After three weeks we recommend you getting professionally fitted to determine your true size.
The procedure will be discussed in more detail during your consultation with Mr Callan. You will have the opportunity ask questions and talk through your reasons for surgery and the expectations you have about the result. The operation and any risks associated with surgery will also be discussed. Sizing will be done with special sizing implants.
You may also like to see other photographs of people who have a similar body type or implant size. Note that our gallery is only of our patients who consent to their photographs being shown (for which we are exceedingly grateful).
Breast augmentation surgery is one of Dr Callan’s specialist areas. With over 25 years’ experience, Dr Callan is renowned for his exacting standards and beautiful, natural results.
As an expert in the field, Dr Callan is in the best position to properly assess and discuss your concerns and expectations. He is a member and former president of the Australian Society of Plastic Surgeons and is a member of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, the Australian Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons, the Australasian Academy for Facial Plastic Surgery, an international member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons and honorary member of the Canadian Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.
Committed to remaining at the forefront of advancements and innovation in his field, Dr Callan is a prominent figure and regular speaker at national and international conferences. Dr Callan’s specialist areas also include rhinoplasty, face lift surgery, and blepharoplasty surgery.
Dr Peter Callan
Dr Callan was trained by some of the world’s finest plastic surgeons both here and overseas. After obtaining his Specialist Plastic Surgeon qualification in Australia he undertook further training in Britain, Canada and the United States. He is an innovator and educator, and has been performing breast augmentation for 25 years.
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