Dr Rebecca Wyten – Specialist Plastic Surgeon

AHPRA registration MED 0001218326

Female Plastic Surgeon Melbourne

Dr Rebecca Wyten: Specialist Plastic Surgeon

Dr Rebecca Wyten (MED0001218326) is a Specialist Plastic Surgeon who works with female patients at her Melbourne-based practice, prioritising compassion, education, and client care with all procedures she performs. Dr Wyten specialises in breast and abdominal surgery for women and is a FRACS (Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons) member.

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Specialist Female Plastic Surgeon

Dr Rebecca Wyten has been in private practice since 2013. Her practice focuses on information, education and providing realistic expectations of cosmetic and reconstructive procedures and their outcomes. You can rest assured that your care will always be her priority when working together.

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Dr Rebecca Wyten

Female Plastic and Cosmetic Surgeon

About Dr Rebecca Wyten

Dr Rebecca Wyten (MED0001218326) is a female Specialist Plastic Surgeon consulting in Berwick and Mitcham and operating near Melbourne, in Berwick, Kew and Mount Waverley.

She believes that women should feel comfortable throughout their surgical journey. Approaching her work with a high level of empathy and honesty, she ensures that her patients have a realistic outlook on what can be achieved with surgical procedures.

With extensive experience caring for women following significant body changes, such as hormonal growth spurts, pregnancy, menopause, trauma or significant weight loss, her practice centres on helping clients throughout the process of aesthetic or reconstructive surgery.


Dr Wyten, through surgical procedures, can revise the texture, structure or position of normal bodily features. During consultation, Dr Wyten will create a treatment plan and discuss the surgery in detail, the potential risks and outcomes, ensuring every patient has a pragmatic view of what is, and isn’t possible with surgery.

To understand potential risks and recovery times for each procedure, please click the ‘Learn More’ button under the surgery you are researching.

Breast Augmentation with Breast Implants

Breast augmentation using implants can alter or increase the size and shape of your breasts and can be used to improve symmetry or add definition and cleavage. There is also an alternative option available that uses fat grafting, which utilises fat from other areas of the body to augment the breasts.

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Breast Augmentation with Fat Grafting

Breast augmentation cosmetic surgery using fat grafting removes fat via liposuction from a patient's thighs, abdomen, back or hips and injects it into the breast tissue. This procedure may require more than one operation to achieve an increase in breast fullness.

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Breast Reduction

Breast reduction surgery allows women to reduce the weight and size of breasts that may be heavy or uncomfortable and can also address concerns with symmetry, shape and the position of the nipple.

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Mastopexy (breast lift)

Mastopexy surgery can be performed with or without implants. This procedure can change the fullness, shape and position of your breasts, which may have changed after pregnancy, breastfeeding, the natural ageing process or significant weight loss.

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Breast Implant Removal or Replacement

Many women with cosmetic implants may need to replace them after ten years or may choose to do so if the appearance of the implant has become misshapen, ruptured or personal choice. This procedure can be done with or without new implants being inserted.

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Is a surgical procedure that can address excess abdominal skin after significant weight loss, inconjuction with repair separated abdominal muscles (diastasis recti), which can, in turn, strengthen the core muscles.

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Liposuction is a procedure that can shape and contour the body by removing small fat deposits in areas such as the stomach, hips, legs, back. This fat may sometimes be used to perform breast enlargement through fat injections. Dr Wyten only performs this as an adjuvant procedure.

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Client Results

Cosmetic Surgery for Women

You can view some of Dr Wyten’s recent plastic surgery and cosmetic procedures below. Please note that individual results will vary, and your outcomes will be unique.

These photos are presented as a guide only. Patients on our website who have provided before and after photographs of their surgery journey have given Dr Wyten consent for them to be shared.

Dr Rebecca Wyten:
 Outside Of The Operating Room

In addition to her work as a plastic surgeon, Dr Wyten mentors other female plastic surgeons and medical practitioners, sharing her knowledge and experience. She has also given her time to various charitable causes using her plastic and reconstructive surgery skills to help victims of burns in Nepal through Open Heart International.

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Professional Memberships and Awards

Professional Memberships and Awards

Dr Wyten’s commitment to excellence and compassionate approach, combined with her extensive training and experience as a fully qualified Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon, enables her clients the assurance of working with a highly proficient and dedicated professional.

She holds current memberships with:

  • The Australasian Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS)
  • The Australian Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS)
  • Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (FRACS)
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Consultation Process and Patient-Centered Care

The consultation process is the foundation of Dr Wyten's practice. She and her support team prioritise patient-centred care above all else - ensuring that patients receive personalised attention and comprehensive information.

Her team will always ensure that you are able to make an informed decision, taking time to discuss potential benefits and risks. Dr Wyten takes a holistic approach to her work, fostering partnerships with other specialists to build a detailed management plan as patient safety is paramount throughout the journey.

Her commitment to high-quality care extends beyond consultation and surgical procedures. She and her team will ensure you have ongoing support and care from your first consultation through to your recovery to ensure the best possible outcomes in a supportive environment.

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75 Kangan Drive, Berwick
260 Mitcham Road, Mitcham