Breast Augmentation Queenstown NZ

If your looking for breast augmentation, breast enhancements or breast reductions in Queenstown New Zealand then you’re in the right place. Whether you have smaller than desired breasts, one breast noticeably smaller than the other, or simply wish to improve your proportions, a breast augmentation can enhance your looks and offer a natural looking, more youthful appearance.

Women choose to have breast augmentation for several reasons. Some desire larger breasts. Others want to replace breast contour that is often lost during pregnancy or simply due to the aging process. Today, both silicone and saline implants are available. Our consultant will discuss the options with you during your initial consultation.

Am I A Candidate for Breast Augmentation?

You may be a candidate for breast augmentation if you:

  • Desire more fuller, firmer breasts
  • Are in good overall  health
  • Are finished having children
  • Are realistic about your desired results.

Breast Augmentation Queenstown

Breast Augmentation is generally performed on an outpatient basis with general anesthesia.  Our consultant will make incisions in one of three locations: under the nipple, under the breast or in the underarm. Again, the choice of incision position is based on current body and breast shape depending on the shape and shape of your current breasts, the amount of breast tissue, and your overall body size. Using the same criteria, our consultant will place the implants in one of two locations: either under the breast tissue or underneath the chest muscle, shape and form the breast mound, close the incisions and dress the wounds.

Most patients have very little pain following the surgery as well because long-acting local anesthetic is administered as part of the procedure. Most patients return to work three to five days following surgery. There may be some bruising for a week or so and some swelling for a few weeks following your procedure.

During your initial consultation at the surgery, our consultant will examine you and discuss recommendations for implant and incision placement to achieve the best results. We want you to make an informed decision about your breast augmentation and we customize the procedure for your needs.

To get started, book a no obligation consultation with one of our consultants.

Queenstown Tours and Tour Operators

Queenstown Adventure Tours:


Queenstown Food and Wine Tours:
Gourmet Wine Tour
Experience the unmatched beauty of Central Otago with its thyme and tussock clad hills, rich gold history and welcoming people. You will journey into the heart of region to taste some of New Zealand’s finest wines, in surroundings of unmatched scenic beauty and historical interest. The tour takes in five outstanding vineyards from the Gibbston, Bannockburn and Alexandra areas, includes wine tastings, a tour of New Zealand’s largest wine cave and a tasting of excellent local cheeses – a fascinating insight into the region…..


Queenstown Day Tours:
Discover Milford Sound
This is your chance to discover Milford Sound, frequently referred to as the Eighth Natural Wonder of the World! Travel along the edge of Lake Wakatipu beneath the rugged Remarkables, to Te Anau for a morning tea break (own expense). Then enter the Fiordland National Park pausing at the Mirror Lakes before passing through the Hollyford Valley. The road climbs to enter the Homer Tunnel and emerge above the Cleddau Valley before descending down to Milford Sound. Here you will take an unforgettable Red Boat cruise on the majestic Milford Sound. Milford Sound is a fiord carved by a massive glacier in the last ice age and, with its bishop’s hat-shaped Mitre Peak…..

Discover Milford Sound and Fly Back
Depart Queenstown and travel by luxury coach along the edge of Lake Wakatipu beneath the rugged Remarkables mountain range on the road to Te Anau, the ‘Gateway to Fiordland’. After a brief morning tea break in Te Anau, enter the Fiordland National Park and prepare to be mesmerized by the grandeur of this region. As you pass through the Eglington Valley, you will see ancient alpine beech forest, stunning waterfalls, and the famous Mirror Lakes where the coach pauses for photo opportunities……

Milford Sound BBQ Bus
Milford Sound is arguably the most scenic destination in New Zealand. Located in 3 million acres of the Fiordland National Park, Milford Sound is a ‘must-see’ for any traveler. Magnificent untouched native forests and bush, pristine waterways and lakes, glacier and high peaks. As the tour departs Queenstown, you’ll learn the early history of the area which was dominated by gold mining. Driving toward Te Anau you’ll see the most intensive sheep farming area in New Zealand and view where deer farming originated…..


Queenstown One Way Tours:
Queenstown to Mount Cook and Christchurch
Depart Queenstown and travel through the rugged and beautiful landscape of Otago. Cross the Lindis Pass into the Mackenzie Country to visit Mount Cook Village at the base of New Zealand’s highest mountain Aoraki (Mount Cook). Here there is time to experience an optional scenic helicopter or skiplane flight with a snow landing (weather permitting). Continue your journey with a stop at the Church of the Good Shepherd on the shores of Lake Tekapo, before continuing to your destination of Christchurch.

Queenstown to Milford Sound and Te Anau
Depart Queenstown and travel by luxury coach along the edge of Lake Wakatipu beneath the rugged Remarkables mountain range on the road to Te Anau, the ‘Gateway to Fiordland’. After a brief morning tea break in Te Anau, enter the Fiordland National Park and prepare to be mesmerized by the grandeur of this region. As you pass through the Eglington Valley, you will see ancient alpine beech forest, stunning waterfalls, and the famous Mirror Lakes where the coach pauses for photo opportunities…..


Queenstown Shopping and Business

There is everything you need in Queenstown as a visitor or a local. Many shops and businesses are open 7 days a week particularly at peak holiday times.

Alpine Auto Specialists Limited 53 Industrial Pl Queenstown 409 0820

ASB Bank Limited 24 Camp St Queenstown 441 0180

Aspects Of Beauty & Health 34 F Shotover St Queenstown 442 7389

Whitcoulls 7 Beach St Queenstown 442 9739

Hopscotch For Childrens Wear 19 Beach St Queenstown 442 8153

Night ‘n Day Foodstores 24 Rees St Queenstown 442 8289

The Wine Deli 40 Shotover St Queenstown 442 4482

Wallace Don General Dental Practitioner 23 McBride St  442 3531

The Warehouse Ltd Hawthorne Dve, Remarkables Park Queenstown 441 4400

Butlers Queenstown Ltd Gorge Rd Queenstown 442 8621

The Shoe 1 Shotover St Queenstown 441 2353

Interforex Pty Ltd Steamer Wharf Bldg Beach St Queenstown 442 5778

Loose Ends Hairdressing O’Connells Shopping Centre Queenstown 442 7844

Michael Hill Jeweller 23 Rees St Queenstown 442 5880

Cow Lane Liquor 26 Camp St Queenstown 442 4064

Queenstown Lakes District Council The Civic Centre 10 Gorge Road 441 0499

Clinical Massage Therapy Queenstown Medical Centre 9 Isle St Queenstown 441 0588

Queenstown Medical Centre 9 Isle St Queenstown 441 0500

Otago Daily Times 9 Athol St Queenstown 442 6157

Queenstown Eye Care O’Connell’s Shopping Centre Camp St. 442 9412

Queenstown Osteopathic Clinic 27 Rees St Queenstown 441 1105

Queenstown Pharmacy Open 7 Days cnr Brecon & Isle Streets 441 0590

Kodak Express Lower Beach St Queenstown 442 8572

Camera House 39 Beach Rd Queenstown 441 0173

Quest 27 Shotover St Queenstown 442 4884

Alpine Supermarket corner Stanley & Shotover Streets Queenstown 442 8961

Southern Travelnet Ltd O’Connells Shopping Centre 442 7160

Beaurepaires for Tyres Otago Queenstown Call Free 0800 489 737

Classic Clothing Gorge Road Retail Village Queenstown 441 1488

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Queenstown the year round alpine resort.

Queenstown is a place for new challenges, rest and relaxation at  any time of the year. Queenstown’s unique it enjoys four very distinct seasons. Summer burns hot under blue skies before cool autumn mornings bring fire to the hills as trees change to vivid reds and gentle gold’s. Cool crisp snowy winters keep ski and snowboard enthusiasts happy until nature bursts into colourful life during spring. Queenstown is an exhilarating, year round, alpine resort, perfect for adventurers and leisure seekers alike.

Nestled on the shores of Lake Wakatipu, overlooked by the majestic Southern Alps, the town was named because “…it was fit for Queen Victoria.” Queenstown is today recognised internationally as New Zealand’s premier visitor destination. Queenstown has more than just breathtaking scenery and a diverse range of attractions, it’s the people visitors find enchanting.

The resort boasts a range of activities second to none, all within easy reach of the compact town centre. The town centre is only one square kilometre in size and within easy walking distance of most major commercial accommodation.

Queenstown offers relaxation at its best. There is gold in them there hills, and trout in the streams, so try your hand with a gold pan or a fishing rod. Visit the Arrowtown Museum, one of the best boutique museums in the country then afterwards explore the Wakatipu Art Trail.

Join the Queenstown Wine Trail and discover award-winning wines from the World’s most southern vineyards. Return to town and sample the delights on offer in the many shops, cafes and restaurants. As night falls, get ready to experience the resort’s buzzing nightlife.

Queenstown’s reputation as the adventure capital of the world is well earned, you can choose to join in or watch the massive selection of safe, breath-taking activities. Earth, water or air, there is something to test and thrill all adventure seekers.

Bungy Jump from the world’s first commercial bungy site, swoop and soar in your own controllable “rocket”, whitewater raft or surf, jet boat down canyons, tandem hanglide or parapente…it simply doesn’t stop! Long walks, four wheel drive treks, or lunch on a majestic steamboat, you choose, it’s your holiday.

Take a short drive back in time to the historic goldmining settlement of Arrowtown, or drive the shores of Lake Wakatipu to discover the beautiful hamlet of Glenorchy, the gateway to the Paradise Valley and the famous Routeburn walking track.

Over the hill but not very far from Queenstown you will find the peace and tranquility of the small town of Wanaka with its crystal clear lake and dramatic mountain landscape.

Further abroad, discover the mysteries of stunning Fiordland.Enjoy a cruise on a spectacular sound, have a close encounter with seals and dolphins which often frequent the area.

Accommodation in Queenstown ranges from backpackers and B&B’s to apartments and international class hotels and lodges.

Whatever you decide don’t be rushed. Queenstown is a destination which delivers everything it promises… and probably much more.

Air New Zealand Queenstown Winter Festival
Queenstown come alive with this exciting winter festival from the 14 – 22 July 2001. If you missed it this year watch this space for the next great event.

Quality Resort Alpine Lodge
The closest hotel to New Zealand’s premier ski field, Coronet Peak and is within easy driving distance of three other international ski fields – The Remarkables, Cardona and Treble Cone, with heliski options available