EXPERIENCE. THE DIFFERENCE.
Dr David Topchian (MBBS, FRACGP, FACCS) is the most experienced doctor in Melbourne and Brisbane in the use of the polyurethane coated silicone gel implants and has performed over 1,500 breast augmentation procedures using these implants. David has worked in cosmetic surgeries in both Melbourne and Queensland since 2001. He also has extensive teaching experience with a number of universities and the Australasian College of Cosmetic Surgery.
He has a Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery, University of Melbourne; and has fellowships in Cosmetic Surgery from the Australasian College of Cosmetic Surgery and the Royal Australian College of General Practice. Dr Topchian is actively involved in training surgeons in breast implant surgery and other aesthetic and cosmetic medical modalities.
David understand that cosmetic surgery requires empathy, attention, and expertise and he prides themselves on a high level of care, and always strives to achieve the best possible outcomes for patients
Dr. David Ong is an Australian trained cosmetic face and breast surgeon with over 10 years of postgraduate experience. He trained with the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons before focusing his skills on the art of facial and breast aesthetics at Breast Implants Australia.
He is a presenter at national cosmetic conferences and regularly trains doctors and nurses to optimise patient outcomes. His specialty interests include Breast Augmentation, Facial Cosmetic Surgery, Asian Aesthetics, HA-based Structured Jawline Contouring, and using evidence-based non-surgical and surgical Facial Rejuvenation techniques.
Dr. David Ong graduated from the University of Western Australia in 2009 with a Bachelor of Medicine and a Bachelor of Surgery. Having always had a deep interest in cosmetic aesthetics and its ability to improve confidence and self-esteem, Dr. Ong completed specialty training in cosmetic surgery with the Australasian College of Cosmetic Surgery where he was trained by leading plastic and cosmetic surgeons in cosmetic breast and face surgery. He is a Fellow of the Australasian College of Cosmetic Surgery, having trained intensively in national and international centres such as Singapore, South Korea, the UK, and US.
Dr Daniel Fleming retired in 2019. He asked Dr David Topchian to continue the practice and care for the thousands of patients that had breast implant surgery with Dr Fleming.
Prior to retiring, Dr Fleming was at the forefront of the Australian cosmetic surgery industry for over 20 years. Throughout his career he performed thousands of surgeries, including more than 5500 breast augmentation operations since1995. He pioneered the rapid recovery technique for breast augmentation and served as an expert advisor to the Therapeutic Goods Administration.
Dr Fleming taught advanced breast augmentation techniques to plastic and cosmetic surgeons from Australia and around the world and had given educational presentations at specialist surgical meetings in Europe, North America, South America, Asia and Australia.
In addition to his educational presentations, Dr Fleming is an acknowledged world expert in the use of polyurethane foam covered (P-URE foam) breast implants, which have been proven to reduce complications in breast augmentation surgery. He introduced P-URE foam implants to Australia in 2004 and wrote the chapter on polyurethane foam covered implants in the textbook “Biomaterials in Plastic Surgery: Breast Implants” (Woodhead Publishing, Cambridge).
There are several educational videos on this site that Dr Fleming produced for patients. These are still largely relevant and helpful to patients considering cosmetic breast surgery and breast implants.
A former President of the Australasian College of Cosmetic Surgery, Dr Fleming was the first Australian surgeon to submit the results of his cosmetic surgery to external assessment. Independent research conducted by Griffith University and Roy Morgan revealed that 90% of Dr Fleming’s patients reported that their expectations were met or exceeded and that 99% of patients would recommend him to a friend or relative.