A Road Map of Anti-Ageing Non Surgical Strategies for Neck Rejuvenation by Dr Jack Zoumaras of Artiste Plastic Surgery in Sydney

About Dr Jack Zoumaras Facelift Plastic Surgeon is the Owner and Director of Artiste Plastic Surgery leading a Vision of Looking and Feeling Great one step a time and who’s Mission is to Provide a Road Map of Anti-ageing strategies from your 20s to 60s and beyond. From our owner: I am an expert in […]

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What is the difference between a Plastic Surgeon and Cosmetic Surgeon or Doctor?

Difference between a Plastic Surgeon and Cosmetic Surgeon? The difference lies in minimum qualifications and minimum standards Only a plastic surgeon will call themselves a plastic surgeon. All Plastic Surgeons are Cosmetic Surgeons BUT not all Cosmetic Surgeons are Plastic Surgeons. Cosmetic surgery is a subspecialty of Plastic Surgery, it is part of Plastic Surgery […]

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Does Plastic Surgery Alter Facial Recognition? Implications for the New iPhone X by Apple

  Expert Facelift Plastic Surgeon Dr Jack Zoumaras discusses facial recognition and the implications with AI and in particular the new iPhone X by Apple. IPhone X It has been 10 years since Steve Jobs launched the first iPhone, the first phone to enable email, photos and internet access amongst other features with a touch […]

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Before, During and After Surgery Frequently Asked Questions

Prior to Your Booking: FAQ How much for surgery? All Plastic Surgry provided by Artiste is bespoke and Dr Jack Zoumaras has created various options for each procedure that sets our clinic apart. For example eyelid surgery can vary from $2000 to $8000 for the surgical fee, depending upon extent of surgery. How much for […]

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5 Steps to Minimise Bruising after a Facelift

  Step 1: Before Your Surgery It is important to avoid foods that increase your risk of bleeding. And I don’t mean medications such as aspirin and warfarin. Certain food varieties and additives thin your blood and increase bleeding after surgery Lettuce, berries, walnuts, green tea, grape juice, dark chocolate, garlic, fish all have blood […]

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