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Timothy Hewitt

Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon


Timothy Hewitt is a locally trained Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon.

His office is in Subiaco and he performs surgical procedures at four centrally located Perth hospitals. He works as a Craniofacial Surgeon at Perth Children's Hospital

Meet Dr. Dixon

Education and Training

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery

University of Western Australia

Intership and Residency

Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital

Royal Perth Hospital

Princess Margaret Hospital

RACS Craniomaxillofacial Fellow

Royal Adelaide Hospital

Women's and Children's Hospital Adelaide

Australaian Craniofacial Unit

Sahlgrenska Hospital Craniofacial Fellow

Sahlgrenska University Hospital Gothenburg Sweden

Specialist Kliniken Aesthetic Fellow

Lower Hutt Hospital  Craniofacial Fellow

Wellington New Zealand

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Surgical Procedures

Skin Cancer Surgery

BCC, SCC and Melanoma.

Excisions, reconstructions, flaps and grafts. These procedures are performed under local anaesthesia, sedation or general anaesthesia.

Breast Reduction

Performed to reduce breast size and to lift a droopy breast. Most reductions use a Wise pattern  skin incision (anchor scar). The nipple stays attached to preserve sensation and the ability to breast feed in younger patients. Usually an overnight stay in hospital and one week off light duties.



Abdominoplasty removes excess skin and associated fat from the abdomen below the level of the umbilicus. Separated abdominal muscles are repaired and surrounding liposuction performed for recontouring. Most commonly performed after pregnancy or weight loss. A mons lift may be part of the procedure.

Facial and Eyelid Reconstructive Surgery

Common areas of facial surgery are medically indicated Blepharoplasty (upper eyelid reduction),  prominent ear correction and post traumatic deformity.

Top Surgery

Gender affirming surgery usually as a two scar procedure with free nipple grafts. Eligibility criteria as per WPATH SOC8.

Body Contouring Surgery

After massive weight loss problematic areas of excess skin are usually the abdomen, breasts, thighs and arms. Removal of skin in these areas requires excision by abdominoplasty (belt lipectomy / vertical midline incsions may also be needed), brachioplasty or thigh reduction. These procedures require long scars to adequately address the extent of the skin excess.

For further information on procedures specific to your requirements please contact us.

Patient Info

Health Insurance and Medicare

All procedures performed by Dr Hewitt have associated Medicare (MBS) Items Numbers

Medicare item numbers determine the amount of rebate paid by Medicare and Private Health Funds. Prior to booking surgery our team will give a written itemised quote of all fees and rebates.

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Suite 21 / 3 Wexford Street

Subiaco 6008

Perth WA  (entry off Sheen Street)

08 9388 9222

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