Open the door – our next cosmetic surgery event
Dr Nicholas Moncrieff and the Hunter Plastic Surgery team invite you and a friend to our next cosmetic surgery event on Wednesday 1 November 2017. It will allow you to open the door to your options and learn more in a casual small group environment.
On the night you will get to hear from Dr Moncrieff with a focus on our most popular procedures, breast augmentation, tummy tucks and breast reductions. He will share his views on who these operations are suitable for, how they are performed, risks and the potential outcomes.
And some of our generous previous patients have agreed to come and share their experiences too!
It is entirely free and without obligation.
And to make sure you have access to the information you are most interested in, we are holding the talks at 3 different times. Of course, you are welcome to stay for more than one!
- Breast augmentation from 5.15pm.
- Tummy tucks from 6.15pm.
- Breast reduction and lifts from 7.15pm.
Want to come?
To RSVP for this special event, call our friendly team on 4920 7700 before Monday 30 October or contact us below and we will call you in business hours.
Will I be able to have surgery this year after I come to this event?
Dr Moncrieff’s operating lists for 2017 are almost fully booked. If you are very keen to have breast surgery this year, we recommend calling us now for a Vectra 3D simulation appointment rather than waiting for the event. Otherwise, we look forward to meeting you on the night and talking about surgery in 2018.
Will we be holding another event like this soon?
This is our last event for 2017 and it may be a while before we hold another one due to very strong demand for surgical bookings well into 2018. If you can’t make this one, the best option is to book a $50 Vectra simulation if you are looking at breast surgery. Also remember that there is a lot of information about all the procedures on this website, including animated videos of how they are performed etc for you to review before you decide to book a consultation with Dr Moncrieff.