What is the Plastic Surgery Hub?

Plastic Surgery Hub is a Blogging website FULL of useful information, stories, reviews and articles about Plastic Surgery Procedures and a Directory for Plastic Surgeons worldwide.

  • Have a question regarding plastic or cosmetic surgery?
  • Need to know about a cosmetic procedure?
  • Are you looking for a plastic surgeon for a specific problem?

We can help provide answers and direct you to an appropriate surgeon.

About Plastic Surgery Hub

Plastic Surgery Hub was founded by Trish Hammond in 2014 to help people looking for plastic surgery. You can read about Trish’s inspirational weightloss story and reasons for starting the Blog.

The website was sold on 1st August 2022 to Brooklyn Staughton. Trish Hammond currently operates Truce Media and is an established Aesthetic podcaster, digital marketer and social media expert.

Plastic Surgery Hub is now 100% owned by Brooklyn Staughton, a blogger and past patient with a strong interest in Cosmetic and Plastic Surgery.

Plastic Surgery Hub is independently run and receives NO external funding from any Australian Surgeons or Medical Practitioners.

If you would like anything removed or added to this website – please contact us

How Plastic Surgery Hub can help

Plastic Surgery Hub is your one-stop destination. Our comprehensive blog and helpful articles delve into the world of cosmetic plastic surgery, providing valuable insights and expert guidance.

Additionally, our extensive surgeon directory connects you with qualified surgeons worldwide. Whether you’re considering a specific procedure or exploring general information, Plastic Surgery Hub can help!

At the Hub we’ve compiled lots of information describing the various cosmetic and plastic surgery procedures and detailed the risks that can be involved. This information is designed to help you with your decision-making.

We believe that surgery is a serious matter that shouldn’t be entered into lightly.

We definitely do not think that a decision to have surgery should be influenced by a cheap procedure or the lure of an overseas holiday. It simply makes no sense to increase your risks.

If you’re going to have a procedure like a facelift or a boob job, then please make sure that the doctor is a qualified and experienced surgeon, with specialised training in plastic surgery. Nothing less would do.

The single most important advice that we can give you is to make sure that your doctor is a trained plastic surgeon.

Look for appropriate training, accreditation and professional memberships like FRACS, FRCS, ISAPS or ASPS.

If you decide to proceed and go ahead with the surgery we’d love to hear about your experience, and I’m sure many other readers who are contemplating similar surgery and are having similar concerns and experiences would love to hear about it too.

Best Wishes,