Plastic surgery is a special type of surgery that can change a person’s appearance and function. Taking its name from the Greek word “plastikos”, it means “shaping or correcting”.
Reconstructive procedures correct facial or body defects. These include physical birth defects such as cleft lip and palates, ear deformations, traumatic disorders such as facial injuries and burns, or treatments such as reconstruction of a woman’s chest.
Cosmetic (aesthetic) procedures change a part of the body that is not satisfied. Common cosmetic procedures include breast enlargement (enlargement mammoplasty) or reduction (shrinkage mammoplasty), nose reshaping (rhinoplasty), and removal of fat from certain parts of the body (liposuction). Some cosmetic procedures, the way most people guess, are not surgical (ie cutting and suturing) surgery. Alternative non-surgical methods, such as botox treatment to remove wrinkles, filler serum applications for a younger appearance, and rope hanging methods, are also used.
Botox/Filling applications, PRP, youth-serum, dermabrasion, eyebrow lift/forehead lift, face-lift, neck aesthetics, rhinoplasty (Piezzo-ultrasonic nose aesthetics), eyelid aesthetics, bucket-ear surgery, neck lift, wrinkle treatment, bishectomy (Holywood) cheek), dimples, abdominoplasty, arm-stretching, thigh-stretching, liposuction, gynecomastia surgery, breast-reduction, breast-augmentation, breast-lift, hip-lift (Brazillian butt-lift), genital aesthetics, skin problem treatments (spots, spider-vessels, scar revisions, tattoo removal) are among the prominent procedures in our plastic surgery department. For all enquiries and further information please contact: email@example.com