Dr Thomas Lam
Dr Thomas Lam is a plastic and reconstructive surgeon with a special interest in breast reconstruction after mastectomy for breast cancer. He has performed over 500 breast reconstructions with various techniques and is currently completing his doctorate in clinical surgery on the effect of radiotherapy on immediate breast reconstruction.
Dr Steve Merten
Dr Merten is a fully qualified Plastic Surgeon who specialises in cosmetic plastic surgery, with major interests in cosmetic breast surgery, facial surgery and body contouring surgery. Dr Merten studied medicine at the University of Sydney, then went on to complete training in plastic surgery, and was admitted as a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (FRACS) in 2001. At the completion of his plastic surgery training, Dr Merten spent a further year as a Fellow in Breast Reconstruction at the University of British Columbia, Canada, and as a Fellow in Aesthetic Surgery at the Melbourne Institute of Plastic Surgery and Monash University. Dr Merten is actively involved in teaching plastic surgery to the next generation of surgeons.
Dr Quan Ngo
Dr Ngo is a plastic surgeon who graduated from UNSW medical school in 2001 and obtained the Australasian College of Surgeons Fellowship in 2010. Dr Ngo's areas of interest are head and neck oncology, facial trauma and reconstruction, and microsurgery (including facial reanimation and lymph node transfers). Dr Ngo gained experience in the UK, France and Taiwan in Head & Neck and Microsurgery before returning to take up appointments at Macquarie University Hospital and Liverpool Hospital. He is currently one of the few plastic surgeons in Australia offering microsurgical lymph node transfer surgery, at the Advanced Lymphoedema Assessment Clinic at Macquarie University.
Dr Frederick Clarke
Level 1, 357 Military Road
Mosman, NSW 2088
Dr Peter Vickers
Dr Peter Vickers trained in Medicine and Dentistry, surgical training in Australia, the USA and the UK. He is an Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon with a particular interest in oral pathology and trauma with an emphasis on oral cancer and the reconstruction of the jaw and teeth. He has managed significant sporting injuries to the face and teeth. He utilises the most current methods of diagnosis and treatment. Dr Vickers has a clinical interest in all aspects of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery including oral cancer, jaw and facial deformity, facial reconstruction, facial trauma, TMJ Jaw Joint dysfunction, bone grafting for dental plant implant reconstruction, dentoalveolar surgery. Dr Vickers has research interest in bone augmentation with alloplastic materials and microvascular reconstruction.