Thursday, July 2 at 8.30pm on Style
Dr. Michael Zacharia and Dr. David Penn are experts in their field of Changing Faces through cosmetic and dental surgery. In this six part docu-series, we delve into the lives of patients with unique and compelling reasons for a medical transformation and the journey both doctor and patient take to get there.
Dr Zacharia and Dr Penn invite us into their Sydney clinics for a personable look at the life of a surgeon and the dedication and hard work required to remain innovators in their industry. Changing Faces showcases ground-breaking techniques in the treatment of these patients:
Episode 1: Liz Edmunds is a retired airline worker who is looking for a ‘refresh’ and keen to slow down the aging process. After years of receiving fillers and injections, Liz is now ready for something more permanent.
Episode 2: Natalie has been blessed with the most beautiful eyes but having a ‘less than perfect’ nose is deflecting away from them. As a typical Gen Y, Natalie can’t wait any longer for the nose she’s always wanted.
Episode 3: Helen Scott has lost 90kg through a healthy lifestyle of diet and exercise and is now left with kilos and kilos of excess skin. With a wedding on the horizon she wants to fulfil her dream of wearing a sleeveless gown. Helen goes under the knife to fix the body she worked so hard to get.
Episode 4: Accountant by day, burlesque producer by night, Charles is hoping to turn back the hands of time by fixing his drooping eyes and crooked teeth. Although he feels 25, Charles is aware he is starting to look his age and puts his trust in the Doctors to get him back on his youthful journey.
Episode 5: Laura is looking to reap the subtle rewards that going under the knife can offer, while single mum Sandy is seeking for an alternative to surgery. Can the Doctors give both patents the results they’re looking for?
Episode 6: Singer and teacher Zana has suffered from facial tension and headaches for some time. Accompanying the pain is a tiring profile complex and as she just hit a milestone 30 years, maybe now is the time to make the change.