Before and After Plastic Surgery Photo Gallery

Review Real Patient Results – Pre and Post Plastic Surgery Before and After Photo Gallery

These before and after plastic surgery real patient results are from our Specialist Plastic Surgeons based in Melbourne and Sydney. Dr Rubinstein, Dr Wyten, Dr Barnett, Dr Briggs and Dr Sackelariou, and ENT Surgeon Dr Stephen Kleid.

*Please be advised: Graphic Medical Images of cosmetic surgery outcomes and corrective Plastic Surgery are available by clicking the medical image links above.  See the before and after Photo Gallery of plastic Surgery. These photographs represent typical results, not everyone who has plastic surgery will achieve the same results.

See Case Studies of our Real Patient Transformations, Before and After Plastic Surgery Social Media Photos.

Pre-Consult and Virtual Consult Photo-Taking Guide

Photo Taking Guide

Other Resources:

  • Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency AHPRA (Register of practitioners),
  • Health Victoria (The Department of Health and Human Services).

PRE-CONSULT PHOTO GUIDELINES FOR BEFORE AND AFTER PLASTIC SURGERY

Before sending photos to our Patient Care Advisors or Plastic Surgeons, please follow our helpful tips.

PHOTOGRAPHER

Please find a friend or partner to take your photos. It can be difficult to capture accurate photos of your problem areas when taking photos yourself.

THE PHOTOS

We will need 5 photos taken by your friend or partner. A front view, 2 side views and a 45-degree angle also from both sides. These should be taken approximately 1.5-2 meters away.

BACKGROUND AND LIGHTING

Photos should be taken against a plain wall, or uncluttered background with as much light as possible (use as many open windows and artificial lighting as you can). Photos taken on a smartphone or modern camera will usually be okay. Please do not use portrait mode. Please make sure the entire photo is in focus.

EMAILING PHOTOS

Be sure not to compress or edit your images. This can often cause photos to blur. Please send original, high-resolution photos only. You can send one at a time via email (up to 10MB) if they are large.

HOW TO TAKE BEFORE PHOTOS

Breast Surgery Photos: Stand up-right with feet shoulder-width apart and your arms and hands resting naturally by your side. Be natural. Do not wear a bra or alter your posture or appearance.

You should take a photo from the front, left side, right side, and ideally a photo standing at a 45 degree angle for each side at a distance of 1.5 metres.

Tummy Surgery Photos: It is best to take photos in an up-right position with your underwear or bathers pulled down to your pubic bone. This is so the surgeon can clearly view your area of concern (be sure your abdomen is relaxed).

• Keep your posture natural, really relax and let your belly hang out.

• Please take photos 2 metres away of the front, left side, right side, and ideally a photo standing at a 45 degree angle on each side.

Our Specialist Plastic Surgeons

With a wealth of experience and training, our Specialist Plastic Surgeons are dedicated to best practice patient care and education, customising Breast Enlargement Surgery for each and every patient to best meet their needs and desired surgical outcomes.

Coco Ruby Plastic Surgeons

What to do next?

Our Patient Liaison Team can assist with any questions you may have when considering a procedure. You can send in an enquiry form below or call our Melbourne Clinic between 9 am – 5 pm Monday to Friday.

Phone 1300 264 811, Email us: enquiries@cocoruby.com.au or Book a FREE 15-minute Phone Chat with our Patient Liaison Manager or a Virtual Consultation with a Surgeon.


Disclaimer: Results depend on individual patient circumstances and can vary significantly. Results may also be impacted by a variety of factors including your lifestyle, weight, nutritional intake and overall health. Consult your Specialist Plastic Surgeon for details. This information is general in nature and is not intended to be medical advice nor does it constitute a doctor-patient relationship. Surgery risks and complications will be covered in detail during a consultation with your Surgeon.