Cosmetic Surgery Is A Big Decision. Do Your Research, Know The Facts.

Cosmetic Surgery is a big decision. Do your research and know the facts.

Today’s cosmetic surgery market can be complex and confusing to those seeking information in this area. Consumers are overwhelmed by choice and not always given the correct information. They are often misinformed about a cosmetic surgeon’s skills and training, unaware of potential risks, correct qualifications required or lured in by cheap deals. The industry has changed but standards of excellence must not.

Watch the following video to get a better understanding of the differences between Specialist and non Specialist Surgeons.


Original You Tube Video posted by Australasian Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (ASAPS).

Dr Rebecca Wyten’s Professional Credentials

Dr Rebecca Wyten is a current, fully qualified MEMBER of the following important Plastic Surgery Professional Societies and Australian Medical Organisations:

  • Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (FRACS)
  • The Australian Medical Association (AMA)

As a result patients of Dr Rebecca Wyten can feel confident sooner with her unique post-surgery healing protocols and scar management strategies. Cosmetic & Plastic Surgery patients will appreciate her artisan surgical skills and her friendly, caring nature.

Furthermore, as a female, Dr Wyten understands the importance of quick recovery and minimal scarring. Her highly trained Surgical Support team work alongside our Coco Ruby Skin & Anti-Ageing Dermal Clinicians. Thus ensuring aesthetically pleasing and natural-looking results, with minimal tell-tail signs of surgery.




How to book a Consultation with Dr Rebecca Wyten

Please send a Confidential Enquiry form to arrange to meet with Dr Wyten in either our BERWICK Clinic or our HAWTHORN EAST Clinic location.

You are also welcome to attend one of our FREE Hawthorn East Practice Events to meet Dr Wyten to ask important questions about different procedure options to best meet your particular concerns.