The decision to embark on breast surgery, be it cosmetic or reconstructive, is a complex and highly personal process. Mr Kandamany is one of only a few surgeons practicing in Tasmania who has specialist training in complex breast surgery. He offers a meticulous, personalised and sensitive approach to ensure that you receive the best outcome possible.

Breast augmentation
(breast enlargement)

This cosmetic procedure aims to enhance the shape, size and symmetry of your breasts, using implants, fat transfer, or a combination of both. It can be incorporated with a breast lift to enhance sagging breasts, giving you a more feminine, youthful shape. This is especially beneficial for women wanting to replace volume loss or reshape sagging breasts after weight loss or breastfeeding.

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Breast reduction

Breast reduction, also known as reduction mammoplasty, is a surgical procedure that reduces the size of excessively large breasts. Very large breasts can cause health issues, physical pain, discomfort and embarrassment. Surgery can often improve symptoms dramatically.

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Breasts can droop and sag with age, weight loss and breastfeeding. This procedure can restore the youthful appearance of your breasts and can often be combined with breast implants (augmentation mastopexy) to enhance your femininity.

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Augmentation mastopexy

Breast augmentation combined with breast lift surgery, also known as augmentation mastopexy, is a procedure that lifts, enlarges and reshapes the breasts achieving a more youthful, fuller appearance.

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Breast implant removal

There are various reasons for choosing revision or removal of breast implants, including capsular contracture, implant rupture, or concerns about Breast Implant Illness (BII) or Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma (ALCL). Partial or full removal of the capsule that surrounds the implant (Capsulectomy) is sometimes required, depending on your symptoms. Breasts can droop and sag after removal of implants, and mastopexy is often required.

Correction of breast asymmetry

Breasts are often subtly asymmetrical, but larger variations are more obvious, either naturally or following surgery. For patients concerned with any degree of asymmetry, balance can be achieved through augmentation, reduction, mastopexy or fat transfer.

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Breast reconstruction
(immediate & delayed)

Breast reconstruction is performed on women who are undergoing or have undergone treatment for breast cancer. Whether immediate or delayed, we specialise in a variety of implant-based and autologous (natural) free tissue transfer (free flap) surgery. Our goal is to create a natural-looking breast and restore our patient’s appearance and self-confidence.

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Nipple/areolar reconstruction

This procedure is often performed as the final step of breast reconstruction after cancer, using your natural skin and/or medical tattooing to recreate the nipple and areola.

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(male breast reduction)

Excess breast tissue in men (gynaecomastia) is reduced by surgically removing breast tissue and/or utilising liposuction, creating a more toned and natural appearance.

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Inverted nipple correction

Nipple inversion can occur naturally or can be related to an underlying medical problem. This causes an uneven appearance that can be bothersome or embarrassing to some individuals and can be corrected with a short procedure to evert the nipple.

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