Dr GEORGE S MAYSON – COSMETIC SURGEON – COMMENTS & REVIEWS

Are you considering Doctor George S Mayson for a Cosmetic Procedure?
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Doctor George S Mayson is the founder of The Sydney Cosmetic Clinic
Dr Mayson performs a variety of Surgical and Non-Surgical Cosmetic Procedures.

CERTIFIED COSMETIC SURGEON

Qualifications

MB BS Honours (Syd Univ), FACCS, Dip. ABLS, FASCBS
Surgical Fellow, Australasian College of Cosmetic Surgery
Diplomate, American Board of Laser Surgery
Fellow, American Society of Cosmetic Breast Surgery

Dr George Mayson is one of the leading Certified Cosmetic Surgeons in Australia, always at the forefront of new technologies in Cosmetic Surgery. An Honours Graduate in Medicine from Sydney University, he subsequently underwent training in Cosmetic Surgery both in Australia and the United States. In 1998, he was the first doctor in Australia to qualify as a Diplomate of the American Board of Laser Surgery, achieving one of the highest examination scores ever recorded!

Dr Mayson is affiliated with the following professional bodies:

•Australasian College of Cosmetic Surgery (Surgical Fellow and Past Censor-in-Chief/Interim Vice President)
•American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery
•American Society of Cosmetic Breast Surgery
•American Board of Laser Surgery
To keep abreast of the very latest developments, Dr Mayson attends conferences and visits colleagues worldwide in order to undertake personal, hands-on training in the latest cosmetic procedures. More importantly, however, Dr Mayson will only ever recommend to his patients those procedures he deems to be safe, effective and worthwhile.

A leader in his field, Dr Mayson in 1993 was the first doctor in NSW to acquire the revolutionary Q-switched YAG laser for the safe removal of tattoos without scarring. The following year, he was among the first doctors in Australia to commence Laser Skin Resurfacing for the removal of facial wrinkles and acne scarring; and again in 1994, he was the first doctor to introduce the cosmetic use of BotoxÒ into Australia.

For these reasons, his work has featured regularly on TV and in major magazines and newspapers. In 2004, he was invited to perform a Breast Augmentation on Channel 7’s makeover program ‘The Body Specialists’. He has been interviewed on a number of interstate radio stations and has conducted Cosmetic Surgery talk-back sessions on 2UE, 2GB and ABC. His work has also featured on top-rating television programs such as ‘Today Tonight’, ‘A Current Affair’ and ‘Good Medicine’ and for years Dr Mayson was the regular guest Cosmetic Surgeon on Channel Nine’s ‘Midday Show’ with Kerri-Anne Kennerley. In 2006, when Procter & Gamble were searching for a Cosmetic or Plastic Surgeon with an impeccable reputation to endorse their latest skin care product ‘Olay Regenerist’ their final choice was Dr Mayson.

source: sydneycosmeticclinic.com.au

Doctor Mayson is a Cosmetic Surgeon not a Plastic Surgeon

What is the difference between a Cosmetic and Plastic Surgeon?

As explained on his website:

Cosmetic Surgery is a specialty that deals specifically with the enhancement of appearance through surgical and non-surgical techniques and is practised by surgeons from a variety of disciplines. Plastic Surgery, on the other hand, deals with the restoration of appearance or function of some part of the body affected by trauma, disease or birth defect – for example, burns, trauma, birth deformities, skin cancers, breast reconstruction after mastectomy, and so on. These are the types of procedures Plastic Surgeons in Public Hospitals receive their training in. Consumers must understand that while Plastic Surgery is taught at Public Hospitals, Cosmetic Surgery is not.

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