In the modern world, more and more people resort to the intervention of plastic surgery to achieve the desired perfection, erase or eliminate their external flaws that oppress them and interfere with their self-esteem. Here are the main directions of modern plastic surgery:
The breasts are considered one of the most important symbols of femininity, a basic complementary element of the overall aesthetics of the female body. Unfortunately, breasts are not always in the desired size and shape. This, in turn, adversely affects the female psyche and social behavior of the fair sex. Through the following interventions in modern plastic surgery you have the opportunity to achieve the desired shape and size of your breasts:
Abdominal or abdominal plastic surgery is a procedure where the body is re-sculptured by removing excess, loose skin and accumulated subcutaneous fat in the abdomen and waist.
This is a surgical procedure that removes the hanging excess of skin under the armpits resulting from significant weight loss or loss of skin elasticity due to aging. In cases where liposuction is inadequate, professionals recommend brachytoplasty. This procedure, combined with liposuction, can give a more natural hand curve and, of course, better results. Brachyoplasty, in turn, is not offered as a weight loss procedure and is therefore recommended for patients who are not significantly overweight.
Fat injections are very often applied to the face. They are used to thicken the lips, remove deep wrinkles around the mouth, shape cheekbones and even slightly enlarge the lower jaw. They are also very often used to correct the shape of the saddle parts and increase the hip contour, as well as to eliminate deformities such as recesses caused by previous liposuction. It is also used after some types of accidents.
Thanks to the growing plastic surgery, this excess fat, localized over some areas that is not susceptible to diet or exercise, can be easily and seamlessly removed by this method.
Nowadays, laser lipolysis is a more effective reducer of fatty areas than traditional liposuction. The technique of laser lipolysis is a non-invasive sculptural procedure classified as the smallest surgical intervention and is much more comfortable and effective than the old one. Unlike the classical vacuum technique, laser lipolysis is on the principle of injection into the subcutaneous layer, making a small incision under local anesthesia. It has been found that similar fats that are stubborn on diets or exercises are successfully removed by laser lipolysis. The method is used to remove certain fat cells and not directly to the entire tissue. This not only reduces the build-up of fat under the skin, but also stimulates the production of collagen, which gives the skin a firmer and younger appearance.
Rhinoplasty is another trend in modern plastic surgery, which is gaining increasing popularity. Through this operation you can change the size, shape and appearance of your nose. Rhinoplasty creates a new look by changing the fundamental tendon and the structure of the bone. The operation may:
Incorrect disposition of the nose barrier may result in difficulty in breathing. The correction changes the whole nose and the surgeon’s task is to be harmonious to the face. Early consultation with an Eyesi, Nose, Throat Specialist is needed because of problems such as a stuffy nose, allergic rhinitis or sinusitis.
The procedure is individual depending on your skin condition, muscle tone, forehead height, bone structure, and the type of adjustments you want. Although the incisions are usually located in the hairline, patients without or with thinning hair may also benefit from the benefits of the procedure. All these individual factors are taken into account when determining the appropriate procedure or combination of procedures.
Eyebrow lift is a surgical intervention; non-operative rejuvenating treatment methods do not have the same results, but they help to resume the operation for a time when it will really be needed. The cuts are usually closed by stitches, skin adhesives, surgical tape or special clips. If necessary, permanent seams, small surgical screws, or an absorbent mechanism fixed in the area of the temple may be used.
This surgery is recommended for facial skin, sneezing of the skin under the lower jaw, relaxed neck muscles, and fat accumulation in the waist area. Usually a cut that starts from the hair line at the temple, passes before the ears down and ends in the scalp skin behind them. Improving the contours is achieved by stretching the soft tissues back and tightening the muscles by removing the muscle and fat tissues of the neck and face. After the tightening and stretching procedure, excess skin is excised. Stitches with aesthetic stitches that do not leave scars.
The procedure is preferred in cases where the facial skin is not too relaxed, when the skin is under the lower jaw, the muscles of the front of the face and the cheekbones.
After tightening the relaxed muscles and tissues, the excess part is removed.
This is an operation that is applied to patients with wrinkles and loose skin in the area of the forehead. It helps to dramatically improve these changes. In the same procedure, an eyebrow lift operation, which is needed in many patients with age-related eyebrow shifts, can be done in the same procedure. The observation of all tissues and muscles is accomplished by an endoscope that is inserted through small incisions in the hides and skins of the head.
This operation is applied to a prolonged or poorly developed chin. It is usually done along with nose correction and skin lifts. In a poorly developed chin, a denture is used to extend it, and a long section removes part of the bone surface.
The implants that are used are usually MedPor, fat or bones from the patient. Since the surgery is done through the oral cavity, no scarring remains. If necessary, the aesthetic surgery of the chin is combined with liposuction of the underlying adipose tissue.
This is a surgical procedure that aims to change the shape and size of the outer ear. This type of intervention is used to pull the ears back to the head or to reduce their size.
If you have concerns about the size or shape of your ears, our professional surgeons can offer lasting results that will help you build your self-esteem and make you feel pleased with your aesthetic appearance. The most common technique in this type of intervention is a small incision in the back of the ear that reveals the ear cartilage. You may need to use fixed stitches to hold the new ear shape. After the procedure, it is desirable to avoid taking a shower or bath, as well as sleeping on one side, on the operating areas.
Auriculoplasty is an operation for sticking the protruding ears to the head. The uterine cartilage is detected by a cut behind the ears, remodeling and, with the help of non-resorbable threads, adheres to the skin behind the ear. This way the ear fits back and looks better. Using another technique, a little skin is removed and the ear cartilage is reversed by stitching.
Eyelids are the part of the person who most manifests the signs of aging. The retraction of the wrinkled sensitive and thin area of the eyelids affects the overall vision of eyes and eyes. Flossing of the eyelids and the area under the eye is a problem due to aging or heredity, but can easily be removed operatively. A delicate incision is used along the line of the eyebrows of the upper and lower eyelids. The loop of the upper eyelid is corrected. Connective and muscle tissue is recovered, and excess fat and skin are removed. After performing this procedure on the lower eyelid, the seams are closed with bandage
Before undergoing such a procedure, the patient must undergo a full medical examination to determine the techniques of intervention. In cases of disease states such as diabetes, heart failure or intraocular pressure, surgery is performed after consultation with a specialist.
Path as a medical term means a fallen upper eyelid. A person with a denture can not lift one or both of his eyelids all the way, usually because of a lesion on the eyelid lifting the eyelid. The affected eyelid may only slightly fall or completely cover the pupil, resulting in a reduction in vision. The disease can be inherited, acquired at birth or acquired later.
Surgery is most often needed, although there are exceptions that can be treated conservatively. The ophthalmologist determines the need for surgery, taking into account the age of the patient, the severity of the condition, and whether one or both of the eyelids are affected.
Aesthetic surgical procedures applied to the sebaceous part represent augmentation or re-contouring of the gluteal region by one of three methods:
These three techniques can be used in combination to achieve the desired end result. They may also include fixation, lifting and resection of the skin.
Genital problems can be post-gestational, age-related and / or hereditary. The importance of genital diseases should not be underestimated. Unhealthy conditions and complaints in this area can be very unpleasant to one person, especially when the sexual life of two partners is affected.
This is a benign breast enlargement in men from 1 to 10 cm, caused by an imbalance of the hormones testosterone and estrogen. It can only be seen in one breast, as well as in both uneven. Boys going through puberty as well as men can develop gynaecomastia as a result of normal changes in the strength of hormones. To hide their condition, men often avoid certain physical events or relationships.
Generally, gynecomastia is not a serious health problem, but coping with it is far more difficult. Boys and men with this problem may get rare chest pains, which in turn makes them feel even more uncomfortable.
Circumcision, also known as circumcision or plastic surgery of the foreskin, is surgical removal of the foreskin (the end of the skin covering the penis, which can easily move like a roof and reveals the head of the penis).
Men with a smaller penis length cut the ligaments connecting it to the pubis. In this way, the part of the penis that is otherwise hidden in the adipose tissue is released and an extension of 2-3 cm is achieved.
Penile thickening is achieved by transplanting fat from the waist of the patient, between the skin and the penile tissue. The extraction and insertion of fat is done through small 2 mm slices. By using this method, a penis thickening of up to 2 cm is achieved. If there is a greater amount of adipose tissue in the area of the pubic area, it is removed by liposuction, and thus the penis released from this layer may acquire larger erections dimensions.