When do people have plastic surgery in Australia?

For some, it’s when they’re 16, and for others, it happens when they get older.

A recent study found that the average age for plastic surgery was 26 years old.

It found the average person had had four to six plastic surgeries, and one to four tumours removed.

But if you’re in your early 30s, it can be even older.

Plastic surgeon Dr Simon Jones said the average time for a plastic surgery procedure was around 18 months.

“That’s because most people are doing surgery now in the middle of their 30s,” he said.

“The reason for that is because they’re more focused on having their bodies function in a way that they can feel good about their bodies.”

Most people don’t think about the impact that the surgery will have on their health and wellbeing.

“The study found the majority of the plastic surgery procedures performed in Australia were done for cosmetic reasons.

Dr Jones said while most of the procedures were cosmetic, there were still a number of serious and life-changing operations.

Dr Simon says most people would rather have their plastic surgery done by a plastic surgeon who’s experienced in the area.

The average time to have a plastic operation in Australia is 18 months, according to the study.

The study also found plastic surgery is associated with a lower quality of life, with the average life expectancy at the time of surgery dropping by around seven years.

The cost of plastic surgery for a person in Australia was about $7,500, compared to the US price of about $30,000, according the study, published in the Journal of Plastic Surgery.

“If you can do it, you can be good.” “

We’re really keen that you don’t let them get in the way of your good health, that they’re always doing what they’re supposed to be doing, and we have to encourage them to do that,” he says.

“If you can do it, you can be good.”

You can read the full report from the JPSS here.