About Prof. Moore

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 0414 251 234

Director of Surgery

Whether you want to refine your body, or restore a youthful-looking complexion, cosmetic surgery can help restore your confidence, and achieve long-lasting results.

At the Australian Centre for Cosmetic/Genital Surgery, our primary goal is excellence in surgical performance and patient care. We will provide you with all the information you need in order to understand what your procedure involves before you make your final decision.

Your surgery will be performed by Professor Colin Moore, a graduate of Sydney University, Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons (Edinburgh), Fellow of the Royal Australian College of Surgeons and Fellow of the Australasian College of Cosmetic Surgery. With more than 40 years’ experience, Professor Moore is committed to delivering satisfying results to his patients.

Professor Moore performed his first penis enlargement in 1967 and has refined the procedure to the stage where he now holds three patents. He is the only surgeon in Australia that can increase erect penis length as well as flaccid length, and has now performed over 4,000 procedures.

Before a date is set for your surgery, you will have a consultation with Professor Moore at which a surgical program will be devised to suit your individual needs. Your pre-operative blood work will be organised and a date set for your surgery, which will be performed under general anaesthesia, in Waratah Private Hospital, Hurstville, or Macquarie Street Day Surgery as either a one day stay, or an overnight stay in hospital.

If you would like to make an appointment to see Professor Moore, or if you have any further questions please contact The Australian Centre For Cosmetic Surgery on 0414 251 234 (Mon-Fri 9am-5pm). Or send a medium size stamped/self addressed envelope requesting any additional information to ACCS, Mail Box 321, 4 Young Street, Neutral Bay, NSW, Australia 2089.The decision to undergo any kind of cosmetic procedure is a highly personal one, and can help to renew a person’s confidence, assurance and sense of self worth.

Prof Colin Moore