We have known for a long time that optimising your surgical results involves maximising your physical recovery, and now there are even more ways to help yourself during the post-treatment phase of cosmetic procedures, saysCosmetic Surgeon, Dr Rhett Bosnich, Fellow of the Australasian College of Cosmetic Surgery (FFMACCS).
Dr Rhett Bosnich is the owner and Medical Director of the Newin Institute in Melbourne and Sydney, and is one of Australia's leading Hair Transplant and Cosmetic Surgeons. He is a leading Australian authority in surgical hair transplantation and is also at the forefront of cosmetic regenerative medicine for anti-ageing, hair regrowth and facial skin rejuvenation.
“It is clearly common-sense that cosmetic surgery, no matter how small or large, is a form of physical trauma and stress on our body.” Dr Bosnich says. “Recovery from physical insult due to surgery should address multiple factors including boosting the immune function to prevent adverse infections, ensuring adequate energy stores to assist with enduring surgery and the metabolic processes of tissue healing, psychological aspects and replenishing and maintain essential nutrients in the body to assist with tissue repair and regeneration.”
Dr Bosnich is a highly trained and experienced Hair Transplant Surgeon, Cosmetic Laser Surgeon and Regenerative Physician. He is one of the few Cosmetic Surgeons in Australia who is nowalso offering a holistic approach to post-surgical care by offering peptide management programs to target the changes our bodies experience during the recovery phase of cosmetic surgery. The aim is to maximise the body’s ability to heal faster, deposit stronger, more flexible tissue during wound repair, boost immune function and metabolic processes, and address psychological aspects to receiving cosmetic surgical treatment.
“In the past few years there has been a strong evolution from just the basic “no smoking, no alcohol, keep up the fluids and fibre, and increase your mobility guided by pain…”” he says. “We have even moved beyond incorporating vitamins and minerals and diet advice (pre- and post-surgery), as well as naturopathic herbal remedies and photo-therapy with LED devices to stimulate regeneration. Now we are looking at peptides to boost immune function and quality tissue repair.”
“Peptides and regenerative medicine are safe under the correct supervision, so people wanting to maximise their recovery after cosmetic surgery, cosmetic medicine and anti-ageing treatments can now look to combining PRP with peptidesfor quality options,” Dr Bosnich says.
Dr Bosnich is one of the few Cosmetic Surgeons in Australia who also has a special interest in regenerative anti-ageing through the use of peptides, PRP and Stem Cell technologies.
For more information please contact Dr Rhett Bosnich on 1300 360 764