I have always felt Testimonials could be misleading as what is published on a website by a surgeon is of that surgeon’s choosing. How often do you read a bad review posted by a surgeon from one of their patients?

Thankfully, as of 1st June 2010, the Medical Board of Australia introduced guidelines for medical advertising to protect the public from misleading practices. It was stated that medical advertising must not advertise in a way that uses testimonials (Health Practitioner Regulation National Law Act).

As such I do not post individual testimonials. If you wish to speak directly with my patients who have had a procedure you are contemplating in order to understand their first hand experience, I would be happy to provide you with a contact.

Alternatively, you can search for unbiased reviews on me through the internet or via the reviews tab under FAQs.
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