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Welcome to Specialist Plastic Surgeon, Dr Mark Hanikeri’s portfolio.

Dr Mark Hanikeri has over 15 years’ experience working from Subiaco as a specialist in cosmetic surgery of the body, breast and face.  The “Specialist Plastic Surgeon” title can only be used by surgeons in the recognised specialty of plastic surgery.

Dr Hanikeri understands that surgery is about people. The people he treats belong to a community.  They are someone’s mother; father; daughter; son; friend; they are family. Mark is very honest about his patient’s surgery enquiries and their expectations.

I see myself as a breast and facial aesthetic, and reconstructive surgeon.

Dr Mark Hanikeri

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Dr Hanikeri offers a range of surgical and non-surgical options to help patients achieved their desired cosmetic outcomes. From breast augmentation and lift, to body contouring and abdominoplasty; Dr Hanikeri provides a surgical option to suit your needs.

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How To Choose The Right Cosmetic Surgeon: Questions To Ask In Your Consult

The decision to get cosmetic surgery isn’t one that anyone should take lightly. Depending on what you’re getting done, the healing and recovery can belong, and the outcomes need to be something you’re going to be happy about for the rest of your life. You’re going to need to decide which procedure to get, and very importantly who is going to perform the surgery. Your surgeon is the person who will help you make the right decision for surgery, design the surgical plan and guide you through the process, from the first consultation to the last follow-up. It can be…
Breast Augmentation

Important information about breast augmentation

Breast augmentation is a procedure where you should achieve good proportion with the hips, the body’s frame. It’s not about size, it’s about appearance. It’s about looking natural.

Dr Hanikeri will talk you through the issues of implant placement (vis in front of the muscle or behind it), as well as types of implants and their respective pros and cons.

Once all that information is presented, it’s about working with you to ascertain the look you are after. And whether or not it’s something Dr Hanikeri can deliver—and which implants would be used to achieve their desired outcome based on your  starting point and frame.

What to consider when thinking about abdominoplasty (aka tummy tuck)

There are three reasons people get abdominoplasty:

  1. Pregnancy
  2. Significant weight loss
  3. Ageing

It should be noted abdominoplasty is not a weight loss solution. And Dr Hanikeri will not perform this procedure on patients over a BMI of 28/29. This is because abdominoplasty is a purely cosmetic procedure—and cannot replace or substitute bariatric surgery.

For post-pregnancy patients, it is recommended that you wait until you’ve finished having kids before undergoing this procedure. Similarly, for post-weight loss patients, it is often recommend that you sustain your new weight for a period before undergoing abdominoplasty.

2 types of upper eyelid surgery patients

One is those who have a condition called dermatochalasis where they’ve got excess upper eyelid skin that does hang down and they get rash in it and it obscures their vision and it doesn’t look very nice. So, there are functional, health and cosmetic benefits to operating on them and they’re the slam dunk ones: it’s easier to get them a rebate. It doesn’t matter what technique you use: you’ll get a nice result and a happy patient.

The second type of patient are the aesthetic patients who don’t have any visual issues, but they’re aware that their eyelids have become saggier and less aesthetic as they’ve aged and a large proportion of them will actually not need an eyelid reduction so much as an eyebrow elevation. And the reason their eyelids look heavy is not because the skin is stretched out, because the eyebrows have dropped.

Breast lift provides a long term results many patients are happy with

In the last 5 years, relatively few patients want just a breast lift. But breast lift on its own makes up—maybe—10% of breast aesthetic surgeries. Most patients want a breast lift with augmentation.

Pre-social media women were happy with breast lift on its own because it creates a small, lifted natural look. Now, women know they can get a lift and go bigger. And this is something Dr Hanikeri has noticed happening more over the last 5 years.

The majority of patients who have a breast lift will end up with a long-term result. That’s far better than when they started. Even if it does drop again and the tissues do stretch again, which is inevitable with that particular procedure, they always look better than they do without it. And Dr Hanikeri is yet to have anyone who wasn’t happy long term from the operation.

Important information about breast augmentation

Breast augmentation is a procedure where you should achieve good proportion with the hips, the body’s frame. It’s not about size, it’s about appearance. It’s about looking natural.

Dr Hanikeri will talk you through the issues of implant placement (vis in front of the muscle or behind it), as well as types of implants and their respective pros and cons.

Once all that information is presented, it’s about working with you to ascertain the look you are after. And whether or not it’s something Dr Hanikeri can deliver—and which implants would be used to achieve their desired outcome based on your  starting point and frame.

What to consider when thinking about abdominoplasty (aka tummy tuck)

There are three reasons people get abdominoplasty:

  1. Pregnancy
  2. Significant weight loss
  3. Ageing

It should be noted abdominoplasty is not a weight loss solution. And Dr Hanikeri will not perform this procedure on patients over a BMI of 28/29. This is because abdominoplasty is a purely cosmetic procedure—and cannot replace or substitute bariatric surgery.

For post-pregnancy patients, it is recommended that you wait until you’ve finished having kids before undergoing this procedure. Similarly, for post-weight loss patients, it is often recommend that you sustain your new weight for a period before undergoing abdominoplasty.

2 types of upper eyelid surgery patients

One is those who have a condition called dermatochalasis where they’ve got excess upper eyelid skin that does hang down and they get rash in it and it obscures their vision and it doesn’t look very nice. So, there are functional, health and cosmetic benefits to operating on them and they’re the slam dunk ones: it’s easier to get them a rebate. It doesn’t matter what technique you use: you’ll get a nice result and a happy patient.

The second type of patient are the aesthetic patients who don’t have any visual issues, but they’re aware that their eyelids have become saggier and less aesthetic as they’ve aged and a large proportion of them will actually not need an eyelid reduction so much as an eyebrow elevation. And the reason their eyelids look heavy is not because the skin is stretched out, because the eyebrows have dropped.

Breast lift provides a long term results many patients are happy with

In the last 5 years, relatively few patients want just a breast lift. But breast lift on its own makes up—maybe—10% of breast aesthetic surgeries. Most patients want a breast lift with augmentation.

Pre-social media women were happy with breast lift on its own because it creates a small, lifted natural look. Now, women know they can get a lift and go bigger. And this is something Dr Hanikeri has noticed happening more over the last 5 years.

The majority of patients who have a breast lift will end up with a long-term result. That’s far better than when they started. Even if it does drop again and the tissues do stretch again, which is inevitable with that particular procedure, they always look better than they do without it. And Dr Hanikeri is yet to have anyone who wasn’t happy long term from the operation.

Information Packs

We have created a series of free downloadable guides about some of our most popular treatments. These give you in-depth insight into the treatment, so you’ll feel educated and empowered as you contemplate your decision.

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If you would like to know more about any of Dr Hanikeri’s procedures, or to request an appointment, please contact us today.

Suite 215 25 McCourt Street Subiaco Western Australia 6008 Australia
Suite 51, Wexford Medical Centre 3 Barry Marshall Parade Murdoch Western Australia 6150 Australia
St John of God Hospital Cnr Robertson Drive & Bussell Bunbury Western Australia 6230 Australia
Great Southern Specialist Centre 55 Cockburn Road Mira Mar Western Australia 6330 Australia

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