Dr Rebecca Wyten is available for an Online Consultation
Dr Wyten is offering new and existing patients interested in plastic surgery, several online consultation options. At this time it is not possible to offer an in-person consultation due to government restrictions regarding Covid-19.
Plastic surgery is a personal and life-changing step, with many aspects to consider. Dr Wyten aims to provide you with all the information you need to make informed, educated decisions.
VIRTUAL CONSULTATION FAQ’s
HOW MUCH DOES A VIRTUAL CONSULTATION COST WITH DR WYTEN?
$200. While not free this covers the following, including a face to face consultation at a later date:
- A pre-consult call with a Patient Liaison Team member.
- A virtual consultation with Dr Craig Rubinstein
- An estimate of fees
- Followed by a face to face consult (when COVID-19 restrictions are lifted) in our practice.
- A finalised quote
WHAT DO I USE ON MY PHONE TO DO THE VIRTUAL CONSULT?
Dr Wyten is using Facetime and Zoom mainly or a normal phone call if you prefer.
HOW LONG DOES A VIRTUAL CONSULTATION LAST?
A consultation will range from 30-60 minutes in length depending on the procedure/s you are wanting to discuss.
DO I STILL SEE DR REBECCA WYTEN IN PERSON?
Yes. Dr Wyten will see all of the “Virtual” consulted patients for an “In-Person” consultation to provide a physical examination and measurements along with sizing (if applicable) and clinical photos. Once restrictions are lifted we will be contacting all patients to arrange these appointments.
WHEN ARE THE ONLINE CONSULTATIONS AVAILABLE?
Dr Wyten has set days and time slots for his consultations. When you speak with her team they will advise which day he will be available for a virtual consultation.
WHEN CAN I HAVE SURGERY?
Once restrictions on elective surgery are lifted and all of the hospitals advise their individual standards – Dr Wyten will be operating.
Tips on how to get the most out of your online consultation
- Research your procedure and obtain information so you’re ready for your consult.
- Make a list of questions so at the end of your consult you can ask anything that wasn’t covered.
- Ensure you have a good internet connection.
- A static camera is preferable as that doesn’t move around. If you’re using a mobile device we suggest you mount or prop your device so that it is stable and captures you in full view or use a computer with a camera if you can.
Making an online consultation appointment