Brisbane, Australia (PressExposure) February 14, 2009 -- La Paz Boliviar director Simon Agius Nip and Tuck Solutions said today that Mooloolaba in Queensland could become the next capital of cosmetic surgery and medical tourism in the South Pacific region. In commenting on the commitment of Lavish Cosmetics Medical Tourism to Australia, he said
MedicaltourismAustralia and Nip and Tuck Solutions combined medical tourism and Moloolooba, sunny for the selection of a site perfect for your holiday in Queensland. Mooloolaba has grown from a small seaside resort to a holiday place at an international level.
Located on the Sunshine Coast, Mooloolaba is an ideal base for exploring this natural paradise. Its charm lies in a mixture of sophistication, style and a relaxed and peaceful atmosphere. Of stunning sandy beaches, sparkling waters and serenity in harmony to create an attractive site and exotic. Mooloolaba's appeal is characterized by its time-honored seaside allure and the magnetism of a unique contemporary vibrancy. Nip and Tuck Solutions met Dr Jayne Bamber and Karen Mullins of Lavish Cosmetic Surgery Clinic.
Dr. Bambi has extensive medical experience and was trained by eminent surgeons of cosmetic surgery procedures, both in Australia and the UK. She is a member of the Australasian College of Cosmetic Surgery. Among the few doctors with experience in cosmetic surgery, Dr. Bambi understands and takes into consideration the concerns and problems common to many women.
Karen Mullins - Director of clinical, surgical co-ordinator, beautician, Queensland. Karen, director and co-operation of the ordiantrice Lavish Clinic has many years of experience in the field of cosmetic surgery. She is dedicated and committed to providing all his patients special attention and personalized care, its vocation is to treat women. More than a memorable vacation, Mooloolaba is an experience out of the ordinary with a magnetism that captivates visitors year after year.
Nip and Tuck Solutions recommends Mooloolaba for intervention related to health and aesthetics and welcomed foreign visitors and people in the region to experience the natural charm and cultural richness of the Sunshine Coast as part of an experiment with Medical Tourism Australia.