About Dr. Scamp

Dr Terrence Scamp is a graduate of the University of Queensland, (1980) and underwent his internship at Princess Alexandra Hospital in Brisbane.

Two years after graduation he moved into surgical training and obtained experience in Vascular, Orthopaedic, Neurosurgery and General Surgery.

He commenced his specialised training in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery in 1986 at the Royal Brisbane Hospital, moving to Princess Alexandra Hospital in 1987 for a further year of training in Plastic Surgery.

In 1988, he commenced three and a half years of International training in Scotland, Bristol, Harley Street London, Belgium, Slovenia, Germany and the U.S.A.

Dr Scamp received specific training in a Cosmetic Fellowship in Harley Street from Europe’s leading Cosmetic Surgeon, Mr. Frederick V. Nicole. Dr Scamp obtained his specialist qualification as a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (FRACS) in the division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery in 1990.

The following year he returned to surgical practice on the Gold Coast which included conducting breast implants and reconstructive surgery.

Dr Scamp is a member of the Australasian Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS), The Australian Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), The American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery (ASLMS), and an international corresponding member of the American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons (ASPRS).

He is also part of a specialist team on the advisory boards for such companies as Allergan, the makers of Botox, and is an accredited trainer in injection techniques for Botox, Juvederm, Restylane & is reputed for breast implants.

Choosing Business Contact Christmas cards

How to choose Christmas cards for your business contacts

Sending Christmas cards to your business contacts is probably something you do every year. Choosing the right cards, however, may not be something you think about too much.

In fact, it should be.

That is because sending the most appropriate card to each person you do business with, as well as cards that stand out, can help set you in good stead for improving your relationship with them even more next year.

High quality cards — Everything you send from your business says something about who you are and about what a successful business you own. This is why Christmas cards sent to business associates should be printed on heavy cardstock, and should always look as if they were specially designed and manufactured.

If you really want to impress, consider using gold-foil lined envelopes and foil-stamped embellishments to make your card and your business really stand out.

Religious Christmas cards — In most cases, unless you are absolutely sure a business contact shares your religious beliefs, it is usually best to stay away from cards with an overtly religious theme.

Instead, look for Christmas Cards by Charity Greeting Cards with a beautiful snow scene, a pile of presents or something more traditional like a bell or a tree.

Messages on the Christmas cards you send — Be sure to carefully read the messages inside the Christmas cards you choose before sending them.

In most cases, generic messages like ‘Seasons Greetings’ and ‘Happy Holidays’ tend to be more appropriate than ones with a religious message. Unless, of course, the business associate you send a card to goes to your church, or to one of a similar denomination.

Humor can be dangerous — In most cases, it is best to avoid humor in the Christmas cards you will be sending to business contacts. You do not usually know if what you consider funny will be taken the same way. It could even easily offend.

Instead, avoid sending humorous Christmas cards to business associates unless you know them well and are sure they will find them funny.

High-quality handmade cards — While some people say handmade cards are not appropriate for business associates, that is actually not true at all. Especially if you choose high-quality, beautifully made and designed handmade cards with a lovely message.

After all, handmade cards are generally much more expensive than those generically printed, and are also unique. These two things alone will make your Christmas cards stand out in the enormous pile of cards many businesses will receive.

Choosing Suitable Christmas Cards Photos



Choosing the Right Family Photo for this Year’s Christmas Cards

Choosing the right family photo for your Christmas Cards Charity Greeting Cards can be fun. But it can also be stressful. This is especially true when there are small children involved. Whether you have a lack of good photos or too many good photos to choose from, we have some ideas that might make choosing the right picture for your Christmas cards a little easier!

Go With the Flow

It might be tempting to take the same picture over and over and over again in an attempt to get the “perfect” picture. But that takes the fun out of it. Take a few different pictures, trying different poses, until you get a few you love. Just let the energy flow free and happy. You have much better odds of getting a great picture when everyone is having fun and happy! when you have a few great pictures to choose from, making a Christmas card or two is simple!

Let the Family vote on It

Don’t just go with the first good picture that you find. Find a few that you like and let the whole family vote on which one (or ones!) to use. This can be a great way to get everyone into it and make sure that everyone is sending off a picture that they are proud. It may seem like a small thing, but it takes a lot of negative feelings out of the situation.

You Don’t Always Have to Choose

If there are just too many (or not enough) great photos, you can always go with collage-style Christmas cards. You can choose the best picture of each person in your family and cut it into slices. Put them together to make a rectangle and viola! You can easily cut these into other shapes (such as photo “ornaments” on the card).

Consider Taking Separate Photos

If you’re having trouble getting the kids to settle down, you can always take separate photos. Have them sit down for the formal photo, then let them do their own thing. This can make for a wonderful set of photos to share, and it keeps the kiddos out of trouble.

Christmas cards are meant to spread the cheer! So do all you can to make taking and choosing the picture for this year’s Christmas card fun and happy. This is just another way that you can bring your family closer together!