Mr Amber Moazzam is a plastic surgeon with over 20 years experience in Hand, Breast and Skin plastic surgery. He is a UK trained surgeon with further international experience in Ireland. Mr Moazzam moved to New Zealand in 2005.
He is appointed as consultant to the Auckland Regional Burn Service and Auckland Regional Plastic Reconstructive and Hand Surgery Service at Middlemore Hospital. He also provides a private service for his patients, consulting from Botany Medical Specialists Centre and performing surgery at the modern facilities at Ormiston Hospital.
His particular area of interests are:
- Breast – Reduction, Reconstruction, Augmentation
- Hand Surgery – Carpal Tunnel, Dupuytren's, Trigger Finger
- Skin – Cancer, Botox, Burn Scar Surgery, Abdominoplasty, Otoplasty
What is Plastic Surgery?
Plastic surgery covers a wide range of different surgical procedures that repair, reconstruct or replace structures in many different parts of the body including the skin, face and head, hands, breast and stomach. Plastic surgery does not involve the use of plastic materials.
Plastic surgery can generally be divided into two main types:
- Reconstructive surgery: is performed on parts of the body that are abnormal or have been affected by a birth defect, accident or disease. This includes cleft lip and palate repair, scar revision or reconstruction (including skin grafts) following burns. Surgery is usually performed to improve function, but may also be performed to bring the appearance of a part of the body as close as possible to normal.
- Aesthetic or cosmetic surgery: improves appearance or body image by reshaping features of the face or body e.g. breast enlargement, face lift, liposuction.