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What are your clinic hours?

9am to 5pm Monday to Friday.

What payment methods do you accept?

Cash, EFTPOS, bank cheques, Direct Deposits and all major Credit Cards. Assistance with finance is available through independent finance companies.

Where are you located?

Dee Why Grand
Suite 4223, Level 2
834 Pittwater Rd
Dee Why NSW 2099

Drummoyne Advanced Specialty Services

Suite 201, Level 2
169 Victoria Road
Drummoyne NSW 2047

Newcastle – Lingard Medical Centre
Suite 3
2 Lingard Street
Merewether NSW 2291

Do I need a referral to see Dr Turner?

No. A referral is not necessary for a cosmetic surgery, however some consultations attract a rebate from Medicare and/or your health fund so you will need to get a referral from your GP.

What can I expect at the consultation?

Please arrive 15 minutes early so that you have time to complete paperwork for medical record purposes. Dr Turner will talk to you about your health, medications, allergies and previous operations as well as the outcome you wish to achieve.

How much does a consultation with Dr Turner cost?

New medical patients $200

New cosmetic patients $250

The consultation fee is due at the time of placing your booking. Consultations with Dr Turner can last anywhere from 30 to 60 minutes.

During this time, your general medical history is established and a thorough assessment performed to understand and discuss the appropriate plans to achieve your goals.

How soon can I be seen?

To schedule a consultation please call us at 1300 437 758. Our staff will do their best to try and fit you in for a personal consultation with Dr Turner within 2 weeks.

Where should I park and is there a fee for parking?

There is ample free parking available at all locations.

Who is a good candidate for plastic surgery?

Anyone who is both physically and mentally healthy with realistic expectations.

Are there risks involved with surgery?

Any type of surgery has a potential risk. It is important to discuss all risks and complications with Dr Turner in detail at the initial consultation.

Where is the surgery performed?

Dr Turner operates at a number of fully accredited private hospitals where your cosmetic surgery will be performed. (link to operating facility page).

Will there be any scarring?

Whenever there is an incision there will be a scar. Dr Turner’s job is to ensure the final scar is the best it can possibly be. A well placed incision that is sutured in a fine meticulous manner typically fades over time and are hardly noticeable. However, there is some unpredictability about how some scars heal and this will be discussed depending on the procedure you are having.

What is the difference of getting my surgery in Australia compared to overseas?

Getting surgery done overseas is often cheaper but not always safer. There are many benefits to undertaking any surgical procedure locally, especially when it comes to recovery at home and in the case of any unforeseen issues arising.

Also with cosmetic surgery performed overseas there is a well reported higher complication and revision rate that is not discussed and needs to be taken into account when looking at the final costs.

Can I drive myself home after surgery?

No. Whether your surgery requires sedation or a full general anaesthetic, the patient will need someone to drive them home and stay with them for at least 24 hours after the procedure.

Do I need to take medication after my surgery?

Painkillers and/or antibiotics are often prescribed after your cosmetic surgery. You will be directed as to what medication you need to take. It is important you are comfortable after any surgery, so you are encouraged to take any pain relief medication as directed to make your overall experience considerably more comfortable.

Will I need to wear a surgical garment?

Following some surgical procedures, tight fitting surgical garments are used for comfort, to help reduce bruising and to control excessive swelling. Should your procedure require a garment Dr Turners office will provide you with the details.

When can I get back to normal activities?

This really depends on what kind of surgery you’ve had.

As a general rule, you’ll be advised to avoid exercise for the first two weeks after surgery. You will be able to gradually resume activity, and by six weeks following your surgery you should be back to your normal level of exercise.

What happens after my surgery?

We aim to see our patients frequently after surgery, most patients we see at:

1 week
3 weeks
6 weeks
3 Months
6 Months
12 Months


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Accolades& associations

  • Australian Society of Plastic Surgery
  • Fellow of Royal Australasian College of Surgeons
  • Australasian Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons
  • International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons
  • American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons
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