Breast augmentation is the most common plastic surgery in the world, regardless of the geographic location, culture and religion of the country.
Ideal candidates for breast augmentation surgery include:
– Women who have lost their bust volume due to heavy weight loss
– Women whose breasts have sagged as a result of pregnancy or with age
– Women who have congenital or acquired breast asymmetry.
– Women who have small breasts due to conditions such as underdevelopment of the breast gland, breast hypoplasia or a genetically determined low amount of adipose tissue.
Raising the breasts, lifting the bust (breast plastic surgery, mastopexy) is a procedure that is used when the breasts, under the influence of gravity and tissue weakening, become drooping and devoid of firmness. Even if they are still proportional to the body, their shape is sometimes quite far from ideal. Very often, in order to improve the volume of the breast, this procedure is combined with the operation of filling the breast with breast implants.
Breast reduction aims to remove excess fat, glandular tissue and skin. The aim of the procedure is to achieve breast size proportional to the figure.
Oversized breasts can cause both health and emotional problems in some women. Large, disproportionate breasts often make it difficult to lead an active lifestyle and overload the spine, which in turn leads to posture defects, while the emotional discomfort and feeling of embarrassment that often accompany women with too large breasts is just as important for them as physical discomfort and pain . Plastic surgery of the breast – breast reduction – may be the only solution in a situation where the bust becomes the cause of physical and mental discomfort.
Liposuction is a procedure that is often confused with slimming, which is a mistake. Liposuction is based on body contouring. The adipose tissue in the treated part of the body is transformed into micro-granules and then removed from the body. The treatment is intended for people who have a problem with getting rid of adipose tissue in individual parts of the body, as well as for people whose adipose tissue is not evenly distributed, disturbing the proportions of the figure.
Facelift is a procedure that restores patients to a younger, more attractive appearance. After the treatment, the facial expression undergoes a positive metamorphosis, as well as the patient’s well-being. Young appearance is very important in professional activity because it is associated with full strength, both physical and intellectual. It makes us perceived as energetic, attractive and optimistic about life. One of the signs of aging is excess skin tissue, which is manifested by the drooping of the cheeks and mouth corners, and a change in the shape of the face. In such cases, performing a face lift allows you to significantly refresh the appearance. A face lift not only restores a younger, attractive appearance – it also makes you feel more confident and younger, without the burden of an age complex.
Correction of the nose (rhinoplasty) is aimed at improving the functionality while improving the appearance and proportions of the nose, enhancing the harmony of facial features and directly improving one’s self-esteem.
It is a procedure involving the removal of the skin and fat fold in the middle and lower abdomen and the plasticization of the abdominal wall muscles. It is the only effective and permanent solution that allows women to enjoy a nice looking belly.
It is a therapeutic procedure aimed at restoring the correct anatomical conditions in the event of a curvature of the nasal septum. Septoplasty significantly improves the quality of life of patients and reduces the incidence of chronic dysfunctions of the upper respiratory tract. The aim of the procedure is to correct the shape of the nasal septum so that it is positioned as closely as possible to the midline of the nose. This is to restore the symmetrical patency of the nasal cavity so that the nose can fulfill the role of moisturizing, cleaning and warming (sometimes cooling) the air. This is achieved by submucosal minimal partial resection, reposition, and modeling of the cartilage and bone septum. The effect of the treatment should be the improvement of the symmetry of nasal patency and thus easier nasal breathing.