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Dr Bish Soliman

Specialist Plastic, Reconstructive and Cosmetic Surgeon
FRACS (Plastic Surgery), MS (Plastic Surgery), MBBS (Hons 1), BCom
AHPRA Registered Medical Practitioner MED 0001679053 – Specialist Registration in Plastic Surgery – Specialist Plastic Surgeon

Dr Bish Soliman is a Sydney based Specialist Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon specialising in complex microsurgical reconstruction including breast reconstruction, aesthetic surgery of the face, breast, and body as well as skin cancer surgery. He currently holds two consultant microsurgery positions in major Sydney tertiary referral hospitals.

After graduating from The King’s School, Dr Bish completed a Bachelor of Commerce degree at the University of Sydney. After working briefly at a major Sydney finance firm, he decided to pursue his passion and long-term goal of a career in medicine. He graduated from the University of Notre Dame at the top of his class, receiving First class honours and the prestigious Bower and Sherrard medal. He then went on to complete his junior medical training at Westmead Hospital during which time he was awarded Junior Medical Officer (JMO) of the Year, as well as a finalist for NSW Doctor of the Year.

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Plastic Surgery Sydney

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Treatments for Breast Surgery

Treatments for Body Sculpting

Treatments for Reconstructive Surgery

Treatments for Facial Surgery

Treatments for For Men

Treatments for Non-Surgical

Our Core Values

Safety is our priority

Dr Soliman only operates out of accredited facilities. Any required anaesthetic is always delivered by an accredited anaesthetist.

Family Owned and Operated

“D’autres choses peuvent nous changer, mais nous commencer et finir comme une famille.”

Other things may change us, but we start and end as family.

Internationally Trained
Specialist Plastic Surgeon

Dr Soliman is a Fellowship Trained Specialist Plastic Surgeon. His extensive local and international training means that he is highly experienced and skilled in a wide variety of advanced reconstructive and aesthetic procedures.

Patient Centred Care

We take the time to get to know you and strive to achieve patient satisfaction. The team at Soliman Plastic Surgery will support you on your journey and answer any questions you have along the way.

Every patient’s surgical journey
is as unique as they are.

Dr Bish Soliman

Breast Surgery

As well as extensive training in microsurgery, Dr Bish has also undergone international training in advanced aesthetic surgery. He was fortunate enough to learn new techniques in the art of breast surgery, as well as advanced reconstructive techniques.

Dr Bish has a special interest in both reconstructive microsurgery and aesthetic surgery.

During his overseas training, he participated in a high volume of microsurgical reconstructive cases. He brings back with him techniques that are not yet widely used in Australia, but most importantly, he discovered how to be highly efficient in microsurgery. He now shares these skills and findings at his hospital posts in Sydney, where his patients benefit from a broader range of reconstructive options.

Complex Microsurgery

Dr Bish also has extensive training in complex microsurgery on the following areas:

  • Breast
  • Head & Neck
  • Lower Limb

Dr Bish Soliman In The News

Sydney surgical team performs Australian-first procedure to help breast cancer patient

Australian women diagnosed with breast cancer and undergoing autologous breast reconstruction now have access to an advanced, minimally invasive surgical option at Sydney’s Westmead Private Hospital.

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Breast reconstruction ‘pushes the envelope’

It was exciting to push the envelope and evolve whilst putting patient safety first,” Dr Soliman added. “Improving surgical interventions is key to improving surgical outcomes.

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Bringing progressive microsurgery to Australian hospitals

Dr Soliman also learned new techniques in free flap planning with 3D printing. This is invaluable in head and neck reconstruction and facial trauma, as surgeons can plan their reconstruction before surgery.

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North Shore Private Hospital team replaces man’s large tumour with a 3D-printed chest implant

Groundbreaking surgery to remove a rockmelon-sized tumour, that was wedged between a man’s ribs and sitting critically close to his spine, has been successfully completed at North Shore Private Hospital.

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Ground-breaking new technique in breast reconstruction in Westmead Health Precinct at Westmead Hospital

Western Sydney Local Health District’s (WSLHD) specialist in plastic, reconstructive and cosmetic surgery, Doctor Bish Soliman, is using a new technique to create a breast for breast cancer patients.

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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. 

Every year more than 19,000 Australian women are diagnosed with breast cancer. Thankfully, due to advances in medical and surgical management,  survival rates continue to improve. 

Changes to look for include:
- a new lump or lumpiness, especially if it's only in one breast
- a change in the size or shape of your breast/s
- a change to the nipple, such as crusting, ulcer, redness or inversion
- a nipple discharge that occurs without squeezing
- a change in the skin of your breast such as redness or dimpling
- an unusual pain that doesn't go away.

Most changes aren’t due to breast cancer but it’s important to see your doctor without delay if you notice any of these changes. 

Dr Bish Soliman performs post mastectomy breast reconstruction in the form of a DIEP flap. For more information visit https://solimanps.com.au/reconstruction/breast-diep/

For potential risks and complications involved in this procedure, please visit Dr Soliman’s website www.solimanps.com.au 

As per the new AHPRA guidelines effective from the 1st July 2023, Australian Medical Regulator has made it compulsory for surgeons to disable comments on all posts. 

Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks, Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health professional.

Please be aware outcomes experienced by one person do not necessarily reflect the outcomes that other people may experience.

Surgery performed by Dr Bish Soliman (MED0001679053) Specialist Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon, Sydney.
Dr Bish Soliman performing a second stage “revision” DIEP flap procedure. 

This procedure is usually performed 3-6 months after the initial reconstruction. 

The purpose of the second stage is to fine-tune the reconstrucion to improve the overall cosmetic result.

For potential risks and complications involved in this procedure, please visit Dr Soliman’s website www.solimanps.com.au 

As per the new AHPRA guidelines effective from the 1st July 2023, Australian Medical Regulator has made it compulsory for surgeons to disable comments on all posts. 

Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks, Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health professional.

Please be aware outcomes experienced by one person do not necessarily reflect the outcomes that other people may experience.

Surgery performed by Dr Bish Soliman (MED0001679053) Specialist Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon, Sydney.
Lip dermal filler - performed by @lasante_medispa 

POST-TREATMENT INSTRUCTIONS

Avoid any heat-inducing activities for 24 hours.

Do not perform strenuous exercise for 24 hours. 

Avoid pressure on the area for 48 hours (i.e. avoid face-down massages).

Do not massage the treatment area unless instructed to do so.
Avoid alcohol for 24 hours.

Avoid active cosmeceutical products (AHA, retinol, vitamin C) for 24 hours.
Do not apply oil-based makeup for 24 hours. 

Avoid blood thinning medication such as Aspirin & Ibuprofen for 7 days (unless medically necessary)

Avoid facial treatments for 2 weeks after treatment (including facials, waxing, chemical peels, skin needling, Hydrafacial, IPL or laser)

Do not smoke, vape or drink from a straw for 4 days.

Apply a cool compress to the treatment area.

Use a topical treatment to soothe the skin such as Bepanthen or Arnica cream.
Last week, Dr Bish attended the 46th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Australian and New Zealand Burn Association (ANZBA) in Melbourne. 

The theme for this year’s conference was “Towards Zero”, imagining a future with no burns, no complications, no scars and no patient impact. 

Dr Bish, through Royal North Shore Hospital, made significant contributions with 9 poster presentations. These meetings serve as crucial support systems that contribute to enhancing healthcare and improving patient outcomes.

As per the new AHPRA guidelines effective from the 1st July 2023, Australian Medical Regulator has made it compulsory for surgeons to disable comments on all posts. 

Dr Bish Soliman (MED0001679053) Specialist Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon, Sydney.
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