Aesthetic Surgery - Face
Blepharoplasty removes unwanted excess skin and fat tissue, drooping eyelids, excessive wrinkles around the eyes for functional and aesthetic reasons.
Ear correction is an intervention that corrects the position and shape of the earlobes that are too prominent and separated from the head (clumsy ears).
Nasal correction, also known as rhinoplasty, is a procedure that solves aesthetic and functional problems of the nose, such as a protruding nasal septum, a bumpy nose or septal deviation.
Aesthetic Surgery - Body
Breast augmentation, or augmentation, significantly improves the appearance of a woman’s breasts. This is one of the most popular procedures in cosmetic surgery and is performed in order to enlarge small breasts.
Breast asymmetry correction
Intervention that corrects differences in breast size, appearance and position. Depending on the degree of difference between the breasts and the type of deformity, there are several correction methods.
Breast lift surgery gives breasts a new look, firmness and position. In some cases, it is possible to perform breast lift in combination with implant placement in order to increase breast volume.
Excessive breast volume can occur at puberty, and very often in pregnant and breastfeeding women. Persons with large breasts often suffer from back pain, difficulty in moving, play sports.
Breast reduction in men
Gynecomastia is not a rare phenomenon. Every third man up to the age of 40 and every second over the age of 50 has a more or less pronounced problem.
Abdominoplasty is an operation that aims to remove excess skin and fat in the abdomen, which most often occurs in people who have lost a large amount of weight or women after several births.
Aesthetic medicine and anti-aging
Hyaluronic fillers have become the gold standard when it comes to filling facial wrinkles. Best characteristic of dermal fillers is that they contain hyaluronic acid, which is a natural substance and the basic component of our skin.
Applying Botox in small doses to specific muscles prevents their contraction, which prevents the formation of wrinkles where they are most pronounced and alleviates existing ones.
The 3D mesonite method is an innovative system of placing elastic threads in all levels of the skin and in all directions. The advantage of 3D mesonites is that you get a natural look after the treatment.
It is a method by which revitalizing ingredients are applied to the upper layers of the skin using a needle. This allows the active ingredients to be absorbed into the deeper parts of the skin, where they are most effective.
PRP - Platelet Rich Plasma
PRP stem cell rejuvenation therapy uses the healing power of platelets and growth factors that stimulate the stem cell response and help create new collagen, regenerate and improve damaged skin, and slow down and reverse the signs of aging.
Skin surgery and soft tissue tumors
They often look like small dark brown spots. They are formed by the association of clusters of pigment cells. Moles usually appear in childhood and adolescence. Most people have 10 to 45 moles, almost all of which appear before the age of 40.
There are more than 100 types of human papilloma virus. Different types of HPV infection can cause warts on different parts of the body. For example, some types of HPV infections cause warts on the face and neck, while some are responsible for warts that occur on the genitals.
Dermatofibromas usually do not give any clinical manifestations and represent only an aesthetic defect in the patient, but in a small number of patients they can itch or hurt, but they can also attach to the wardrobe.
Atheroma is a benign growth of the skin that is caused by increased secretion of sebaceous glands. Atheromas are located in the last layer of the skin – the dermis, so their other name is dermal cyst.
Seborrheic keratoses are the most common harmless skin tumors that occur in the elderly population, but can also occur in younger people and it’s more common in the female population.
Carpal tunnel syndrome
Carpal tunnel syndrome is caused by the appearance of pressure on the central nerve in the area of the carpal tunnel. It is manifested by pain, reduction of the feeling of fingers and hands, and a feeling of tingling and pricking.
Trigger finger is a condition when the finger stiffens after bending and can be straightened with great effort or with the help of the other hand, and during this straightening procedure a “snap” sound is heard.