Body Procedures

Body surgical procedures at Form & Face can be performed for a variety of purposes.

We can address sagging skin, excess fat pockets and separated muscles in various areas of the body, such as the arms, abdomen and thighs. We have additional procedures for females, such as labiaplasty and breast procedures. For males, we can also perform procedures with calf, pectoral and bicep implants and treat gynecomastia.

Our body procedures include the hands. We can address carpal tunnel syndrome, fractured fingers and hands, and ganglion cysts with surgery.



Female Plastic Surgery Procedures



Male Cosmetic Surgery Procedures Sydney



Hand Surgery Sydney

Who are suitable candidates for body surgeries?

Details for what makes a suitable candidate can be different for each procedure. Before undergoing your procedure, you will have a consultation to discuss your health history and other personal factors.

Generally, the criteria to be a suitable candidate for surgery include:

  • No allergy to anaesthesia or its components
  • Not taking certain medications that can increase risks
  • Willing to follow preparation and recovery instructions
  • Does not have a bleeding disorder
  • Does not smoke
  • Is in good physical and mental health
  • Has realistic expectations

What will influence my surgery costs?

Surgery costs can vary greatly depending on the procedure, but they can also vary from patient to patient, as the details of each procedure are tailored to individual requirements.

Some factors that can influence surgery costs include:

  • Anaesthesia fees, including the type of anaesthesia
  • Costs of materials used for the procedure
  • Operating room costs
  • Surgeon’s fees
  • Post-procedure appointments

What can I expect for recovery?

Recovery after surgery must be managed according to your personalised instructions. Every patient is different and can have differing guidelines to support their body after surgery.

Initially, patients can expect postoperative discomfort, swelling, and bruising and may require pain management with medication. Dressings, drains, and compression garments may be involved, and physical activity will be restricted to allow for sufficient healing time. Full healing can take weeks to months, and the visibility of full results will require patience. Follow-up appointments are essential for monitoring the healing progress.

What are the risks and complications of body surgeries?

All surgeries can be associated with certain risks and complications. During a consultation, you will be thoroughly informed of the risks associated with your specific procedure, as well as how to minimise and prevent these risks and complications.

The risks and complications of surgery can include:

  • Infection
  • Bleeding
  • Scarring
  • Poor wound healing
  • Hematoma (accumulation of blood under the skin)
  • Seroma (collection of fluid under the skin)
  • Nerve damage or altered sensation in the treated area
  • Skin necrosis (death of skin tissue)
  • Anaesthesia-related issues, such as allergic reactions
  • Asymmetry or uneven results
  • Persistent pain or discomfort
  • Changes in skin colour
  • Changes in skin texture
  • Allergic reactions to medications
  • Blood clots, which can lead to deep vein thrombosis or pulmonary embolism
  • Rare but serious complications, such as organ damage

Your consultation with Dr Norris at Form & Face, Sydney

To determine your suitability for a specific procedure, discuss your personalised procedure steps, receive preparation and recovery advice and be informed of risks and complications, you will have a consultation with Dr Norris.

A consultation will include a thorough review of your medical history, your procedure goals and a detailed examination of the areas to be treated. He will explain the surgical technique, potential risks and complications, and the expected recovery process. You’ll also discuss the type of anaesthesia used, preoperative and postoperative care, and any necessary lifestyle adjustments. You will also receive a cost estimate for your procedure.

Your consultation is an opportunity to ask questions, address concerns, and ensure a clear understanding of the procedure, helping you decide whether to proceed with the surgery.