Minimally Invasive Services

FBW Gynaecology Plus offers many non-surgical and surgical plastic reconstructive treatment options for medical reasons with aesthetically pleasing end results. 

Our Approach

Some of the specialised treatments and procedures include MonaLisa Touch, PRP, Fat Harvesting and Hyaluronic Acid (HA). In addition we offer augmentation of abnormal labia, labiaplasty and the elevation of the mons pubis. All of our treatments assist women who have experienced changes in their body, due to childbirth or other medical and surgical reasons. Whatever your need may be, FBW Gynaecology Plus will help.

Dr Fariba Behnia-Willison is the founder of FBW Gynaecology Plus and has many years of experience in plastic reconstructive surgery. The staff at FBW Gynaecology Plus are fully qualified clinic nurses and surgeons, ready to help you get the results you need. To find out more details about our team, click here to know more about us. Alternatively, you can contact us to speak directly to our friendly staff.

Overview of services

MonaLisa Touch

MonaLisa Touch is an innovative, non-surgical, non-hormonal treatment for vaginal dryness, also referred to as vaginal atrophy, not responding to conventional treatment or have contraindications for breast cancer.

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PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) Therapy

Platelet Rich Plasma (Cell Therapy) is an innovative skin needling treatment designed to stimulate cellular rejuvenation. Cell Therapy is blood that has been processed so all that remains is concentrated and enriched platelets.

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Fat Harvesting

At FBW, we are helping women re-purpose unwanted body fat to re-contour their breasts, buttocks, face, and even their genital area. This modern technology allows our medical and aesthetic technicians to achieve beautiful and natural-looking results with fewer risks than surgery.

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Revision of Scar Tissue

Abnormal vaginal scarring is most commonly a result of poor healing after childbirth when tearing or stitching has occurred, this can result in painful intercourse or during normal activity. If the area becomes infected after childbirth, it can lead to delayed healing, scarring, and possibly pain.

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