Share the insights of Australia’s most experienced cosmetic surgery team
In the grand genetic lottery of birth, we all come into this world with different predispositions. Some of us are larger. Some of us are smaller. Some of us just have to look at gym equipment to get fit. Some of us put in hard work without ever getting far. But we all have one thing in common: the building blocks of beauty are right there, within us. The human body has immense potential, and if you know how to make its inner processes work for you, achieving lasting beauty isn’t just a possibility – it’s a natural consequence.
As Australia’s most experienced multi-disciplinary cosmetic surgery teams, we master a range of techniques and procedures that reflect organic creation of beauty. Whether it be diminishing or redistributing body fat, boosting collagen production or establishing optimal muscle tone, we work with your body.
Our modern approach requires deep understanding of the myriad of bodily functions at play as well as extraordinary technical skills and a genuinely artistic eye for beauty. It should come as no surprise that Cosmos Clinic have attracted doctors who are right at the very top of their respective fields.
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Located at 163 Archer St, North Adelaide
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Located on Ground Floor of Equinox 2, 70 Kent St, Deakin
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Located at 10 Henrietta St, Double Bay (first clinic!)
Together, we have performed more than 100,000 cosmetic and 15,000 surgical procedures. We are one of the select few accredited national trainers for Allergan, the world’s foremost provider of facial rejuvenation products. And we are honoured to be the only clinic outside of North America represented on Dr Oz’s prestigious Sharecare Panel of Doctors.
Our close-knit team draws on over 50 years of collective experience and have the latest medical equipment for the full range of procedures at their disposal. This enables us to always employ the technique that best fits your particular needs and expectations.
Investing in your body is investing in life itself, and we appreciate that your journey doesn’t end when the procedure is finished. Cosmetic surgery is not a final destination; it’s a springboard for a healthy, successful lifestyle. You’ll feel it the moment you see what’s looking back at you from the mirror. A winner.
COVID-19 UPDATE – WE ARE OPEN FOR LIMITED TREATMENTS.
To comply with NSW Public Health Orders, Cosmos Clinic is currently only providing surgical procedures, and medical procedures performed by Australia Health Practitioner Regulation Authority (AHPRA) Registered health practitioners that involve the prescribing of Schedule 4 medications or procedures requiring venous access or post-operative care for our surgical patients. Our surgical procedures are only performed at our licensed and accredited Day Surgery facility. We are not providing any treatments that may be provided by persons who are not AHPRA Registered health practitioners, such as beauticians, including laser skin treatments.
COVID-19 Safety Measures
To minimise the risk of transmission and maintain a safe environment for treatments at Cosmos Clinic:
patient and visitor screening questions* are located at entries, along with QR Codes and a hand hygiene station. Patients and visitors are required to answer the screening questions in that checklist, and check in using the QR Code. Patients and visitors who do not pass the screening test will be turned away;
face masks must be worn (unless evidence of an exemption is provided). Face masks are provided for those who do not have their own;
physical distancing requirements are in place;
hand hygiene stations are provided throughout the Clinic.
*The screening checklist questions are those set out in the NSW Ministry of Health COVID-19 Screening and NSW Healthcare Facilities document, dated 17 July 2021, and updated as restrictions change.