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Treating Scars After Breast Surgery

Highly precise and gentle on the skin


Dr Mike Shenouda

Dr Mike Shenouda is a specialist cosmetic, laser physician and proceduralist re-defining body rejuvenation in Australia.

Since graduation in 1993, Dr Shenouda has refined his talent as a cosmetic, laser physician and proceduralist (focusing on the face, eyelid, nose and vagina aesthetics).

His qualifications include:

  • Global Train The Trainer in Facial Thread lift and Fillers
  • Board Certified Cosmetic and Laser Physician (CPCA),
  • Masters in Surgical Facial and Eyelid Aesthetics (ECAMS).
  • Diploma of Skin Cancer Surgery
  • Diploma of Dermatology (UK)
  • Member of the International Academy of Aesthetics (IAA),
  • Member of the European College of Aesthetic Medicine & Surgery (ECAMS).


Dr Mike has kept his finger on the pulse of the latest practices and state-of-the-art technology in surgery and medicine.  Read his Full Bio 

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Treating Scarring

Although there are ways to minimise the appearance of scarring before and during the healing process, scars are an inevitable consequence of surgery.

Scar reduction procedures are becoming increasingly common, and there are many effective and minimally invasive approaches to treatment.

Fotona laser devices use the most up-to-date technology to reduce the prominence of scarring.

The laser treatment is designed to penetrate the layers beneath the scarred area to resurface the skin and minimise the obtrusiveness of scarred tissue. Fotona lasers provide a minimally invasive treatment option and can be an effective way to improve skin texture in the scarred areas following breast surgery.

Come in and talk to us about how we can help you with your treatment plan or book in for a Telehealth Consultation via Zoom, Skype or a phone call.



*Disclaimer: All procedures have risks. All results are individual. Speak to your doctor if you are concerned about Bruxism.

Sources:  What is Bruxism? Mayo Clinic | Neurology Journal Toxin  Study | Incidence of bruxism in general population – The Sleep Foundation |
Treatment options bruxism – The Mayo Clinic | Biofeedback devices The Mayo Clinic

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