6 Alfred Road Brookvale New South Wales
|Paul O'Keeffe is a leading Australian plastic surgeon based in Sydney. Rhinoplasty is his favourite operation while he still carries out other procedures for patients.|
Paul O'Keeffe is a plastic surgeon. His medical school was University of Sydney followed by surgical training in Sydney, Adelaide, Scotland and England. Specialist plastic surgery training was at Norwich in England.
Public hospital appointments were Royal North Shore Hospital, a teaching hospital for University of Sydney, and Manly District Hospital in Sydney. The practice became focussed on rhinoplasty in 1989 and is now solely in the private hospital sector.
Paul is a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons and the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons. He is an active member of the Australian Society of Plastic Surgeons (click logo below to confirm status), a founder member of the Australasian Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery and a member of the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery and the Australian Medical Association. Paul is also a Corresponding Member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons.
Dr O'Keeffe is an innovator, a pioneer and a artist. His academic accomplishments are well known internationally. Dr O'Keeffe has spent many years writing, educating and working within the public healthcare sector. Dr O'Keeffe now exclusively works in private practice and continues to contribute to the ongoing advancements within the industry.
The ancient and modern history of rhinoplasty is described by three operation types: the traditional closed rhinoplasty, the open rhinoplasty and template Rhinoplasty, an exacting and stable closed rhinoplasty developed by Paul O'Keeffe. Alar base reduction, septoplasty and nose reconstruction with the Thin Medpor Nasal Shell implant and grafts are all discussed with Dr O'Keeffe.
Past presidents, Scott Ingram, Graeme Southwick and Paul O'Keeffe with current president, Tim Papadopoulos, at the 38th Annual Meeting of ASAPS, Sydney October 2015.
To view Dr Paul O'Keeffe in the press TV Appearances