Dr Watts completed his Specialist Plastic Surgery Training through the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (FRACS). This is the only Specialist Plastic Surgery training in Australia and is one of the most highly competitive programs to gain acceptance.
After completing his training, which covers all aspects of Plastic Surgery, Dr Watts spent a further four years subspecialising in world-renowned centres.
The techniques that Dr Watts uses for his breast implant surgery were developed through his work in Manhattan, New York and Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. Through his experiences Dr Watts has honed his skills in breast implant surgery and gained an understanding of the techniques used to achieve a variety of results.
“Depending on the ‘look’ you want to achieve the techniques used for breast implant surgery vary greatly. From the more conservative and natural breast augmentation of women in the Upper East Side in New York, to the full projection and enhanced upper pole take off seen on Ipanema Beach. Implant choice and plane of dissection are critical to the final outcome and therefore your choice of surgeon is just as important.”
Dr Watts’s philosophy for breast implant surgery is based around an understanding of the patient’s goals but also educating them on the lifelong aspects of living with breast implants. Although breast implant surgery is one of the most satisfying of all procedures in plastic surgery there are aspects that patients need to be aware of to keep their health and breasts in the best possible shape over the long-term. Therefore matching expectations and lifelong health is at the centre of Dr Watts’ model of care.
• Specialist Plastic Surgeon (Fellow Royal Australasian College of Surgeons; FRACS).
• Craniomaxillofacial Surgeon (FRACS).
• Aesthetic Surgeon (American Society for Aesthetic Surgeons; ASAPS).
• Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) with honours.
• Post Graduate Diploma in Surgical Anatomy.
Dr. Watts is a member of the following organisations:
• International Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (ISAPS).
• Australian Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS).
• The Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (FRACS).
Dr. Guy Watts is a highly skilled plastic surgeon who specialises in breast implants, breast augmentation, breast reduction and breast lifts, as well as other areas of cosmetic plastic surgery. He is a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, FRACS and the Australian Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS). Dr Watts is highly skilled in breast augmentation and has helped many women achieve the look that they desire for their breasts.
A lot of women wish to make their breasts look better either by increasing the breast size or by improving the shape of the breast. It is now possible with breast implants to accomplish this goal.
If you’re considering breast implants, there are several choices available. Breast implants are made in various sizes, shapes and textures. Whatever your reason is for deciding to undergo breast implant surgery, we have several options available and Dr Watts will advise you on the best course of action to achieve your desired results.
A person may choose to undergo breast augmentation surgery for a number different reasons. Mostly they undergo breast augmentation to increase the size of their breasts or improve the shape. Occasionally, the reason may be to rectify inconsistencies that occur naturally like breasts being of different size or symmetry. After pregnancy breasts can become deflated and the skin lax, a breast augmentation can help restore their pre-pregnancy shape and volume.
Dr Watts is a well-respected plastic surgeon in Perth, with a lot of experience in breast augmentation surgery. If you have been considering breast augmentation, contact our practice today to discuss the available options for breast implants and breast augmentation.
As women mature, their bodies naturally undergo physical changes through the passage of time. One unfortunate occurrence is gravity’s effects to the body. Women may notice that their breasts have started to sag and this is one of the main reasons that they may consider undergoing a breast lift procedure.
Women who have given birth may experience breast sagging and loss of the full round shape their breasts had before pregnancy. Therefore, it’s common for postnatal women to undergo a breast lift procedure together with breast implants to restore breast shape and volume.
Breasts come in different shapes and sizes but not every woman is pleased with the size or shape of the breasts she has. Some women are dissatisfied with small breasts, and some women with large breasts may wish to reduce their size.
People large breasts may experience back problems because the weight of the breasts put tension on the upper back and this is a major reason why some women decide to undergo breast reduction surgery. It may also be purely for cosmetic reasons, as sometimes a person may not be happy with the large size of their breasts.
If you’re considering breast reduction surgery, contact our practice and Dr. Watts can advise you on the best course of action to achieve the breast size that you desire.