Plastic surgery

Plastic surgery

Plastic surgery, cosmetic surgery, aesthetic surgery – this specialty has many names. Plastic surgery can help people who feel that their appearance impairs their quality of life. Thanks to the fact that people have become more knowledgeable and methods have been improved, plastic surgery has become more and more available. During the last years, the most popular services have been breast operations, eyelid surgery, abdominoplasty, and different anti-wrinkle injections. Earlier, it was usual to consult a plastic surgeon after the changes had already occurred. However, a new trend is so-called preventive plastic surgery – an aesthetic problem is solved before it becomes serious. No doubt that this approach guarantees a better result and, as a bonus, is less expensive. Also, many women decide to invest in their body after giving birth and repair the damages to the body related to child-bearing. The following are the most common plastic surgery services:

Breast augmentation: the operation is performed under general anesthesia and usually lasts an hour or two. During the consultation with the surgeon, an implant with a suitable size and shape is selected to achieve the most natural and beautiful result. Modern silicone implants have undergone a revolutionary development and their safety and quality are guaranteed.

Breast reduction: if the breasts are unproportionately large and cause uncomfort or even health problems, breast reduction operation can be a solution.

Breast lift: depending on the desired result, the breasts are only lifted or an implant is also installed at the same time.

Abdominoplasty: when the abdominal skin has become loose and sagged after pregnancy or big weight loss, removal of excessive skin and fat tissue could be a solution.

Liposuction: this procedure enables to remove excessive fat tissue from different body regions when noninvasive methods (diet and physical activity) are not effective.

Rhinoplasty: one of the most common cosmetic face surgeries which aims to modify the shape of the nose. Reasons for this surgery include hooked nose, too large or long nose, nose tip with unsatisfactory appearance or deviated nose. To correct the aesthetic appearance of the nose, the size, shape and position of the cartilage and bones of the nose are modified.

Otoplasty: this surgery can effectively help those who are worried about the position and shape of their ears (protruding ears, for example).

Eyelid surgery: it is inevitable that when we get older, our face skin becomes looser and “bags” form under the eyes. Drooping eyelids may even interfere with normal vision. One solution is to lift the eyelids. During this surgery, excessive fat tissue and skin is removed from the eyelids. Facelift and necklift are similar procedures. During these operations, excessive loose skin is removed and subcutaneous tissues are tightened in the problematic  region.

Hair transplantation: this procedure can help in case of baldness (alopecia). Hair follicles taken from a “donor” site are relocated to a bald site.

Filler injections: this is one possibility to stop aging and maintain a youthful look. Filler injections enable to decrease wrinkles on the forehead and around the eyes, and restore the shape and fullness of the lips. Filler injections can be combined with botox injections to achieve an even better result.

Services:

    • Abdominoplasty (includes repositioning the belly button)

      10 clinics

      Abdominoplasty with repositioning of the belly button is an operation, which helps to get rid of the hanging belly. During this surgical procedure, excessive belly fat and loose skin are removed. As a result of reshaping the belly, however, the position of the belly button may change, hence the name of the procedure: abdominoplasty with repositioning of the belly button. In case of great abdominoplasty, an arced incision is made from one hipbone to the other. For better results, the operation can be combined with liposuction (fat removal). The operation is performed under general anesthesia.

    • Abdominoplasty (tummy tuck)

      38 clinics

      Abdominoplasty or tummy tuck procedure is an operation, which helps to get rid of the hanging belly. Sometimes it is not necessary to change the position of the belly button and small or partial abdominoplasty is enough to solve the cosmetic problem. During the operation, excessive belly fat and loose skin are removed. Compared to great abdominoplasty, the incision is much smaller and usually there is no need to correct the belly button region. Small abdominoplasty can also be combined with liposuction (fat removal).

    • Liposuction 1 area

      13 clinics

      Liposuction or fat removal is a surgical procedure to remove excessive fat tissue from certain areas of the body by means of a vacuum suction pump and thin cannulas. After adolescence, practically no new fat cells are generated, but the existent ones may grow and expand. Thanks to the removal of fat cells, liposuction guarantees a permanent result. The newest and least harmful method of liposuction is WAL (Water Assisted Liposuction), also called WaterJet or BodyJet. During the WAL procedure, an area is first made numb with a solution containing lidocaine and adrenaline. After that, fat cells are separated from the surrounding tissues with a water jet and sucked out through a thin cannula. One liposuction area corresponds to approximately one open palm. Some examples of liposuction areas: 1 area (e.g. chin); 2 areas (e.g. both upper arms, knees, hips or inner thighs); 4 areas (e.g. whole stomach); 6 areas (e.g. both legs). During one procedure, up to 5 kg (5000 ml) of fat can be removed. Liposuction is not meant for losing weight for overweight people. The procedure is performed under general or local anesthesia.

    • Liposuction 10 areas

      8 clinics

      Liposuction or fat removal is a surgical procedure to remove excessive fat tissue from certain areas of the body by means of a vacuum suction pump and thin cannulas. After adolescence, practically no new fat cells are generated, but the existent ones may grow and expand. Thanks to the removal of fat cells, liposuction guarantees a permanent result. The newest and least harmful method of liposuction is WAL (Water Assisted Liposuction), also called WaterJet or BodyJet. During the WAL procedure, an area is first made numb with a solution containing lidocaine and adrenaline. After that, fat cells are separated from the surrounding tissues with a water jet and sucked out through a thin cannula. One liposuction area corresponds to approximately one open palm. Some examples of liposuction areas: 1 area (e.g. chin); 2 areas (e.g. both upper arms, knees, hips or inner thighs); 4 areas (e.g. whole stomach); 6 areas (e.g. both legs). During one procedure, up to 5 kg (5000 ml) of fat can be removed. Liposuction is not meant for losing weight for overweight people. The procedure is performed under general or local anesthesia.

    • Liposuction 12 areas

      6 clinics

      Liposuction or fat removal is a surgical procedure to remove excessive fat tissue from certain areas of the body by means of a vacuum suction pump and thin cannulas. After adolescence, practically no new fat cells are generated, but the existent ones may grow and expand. Thanks to the removal of fat cells, liposuction guarantees a permanent result. The newest and least harmful method of liposuction is WAL (Water Assisted Liposuction), also called WaterJet or BodyJet. During the WAL procedure, an area is first made numb with a solution containing lidocaine and adrenaline. After that, fat cells are separated from the surrounding tissues with a water jet and sucked out through a thin cannula. One liposuction area corresponds to approximately one open palm. Some examples of liposuction areas: 1 area (e.g. chin); 2 areas (e.g. both upper arms, knees, hips or inner thighs); 4 areas (e.g. whole stomach); 6 areas (e.g. both legs). During one procedure, up to 5 kg (5000 ml) of fat can be removed. Liposuction is not meant for losing weight for overweight people. The procedure is performed under general or local anesthesia.

    • Liposuction 14 areas

      1 clinic

      Liposuction or fat removal is a surgical procedure to remove excessive fat tissue from certain areas of the body by means of a vacuum suction pump and thin cannulas. After adolescence, practically no new fat cells are generated, but the existent ones may grow and expand. Thanks to the removal of fat cells, liposuction guarantees a permanent result. The newest and least harmful method of liposuction is WAL (Water Assisted Liposuction), also called WaterJet or BodyJet. During the WAL procedure, an area is first made numb with a solution containing lidocaine and adrenaline. After that, fat cells are separated from the surrounding tissues with a water jet and sucked out through a thin cannula. One liposuction area corresponds to approximately one open palm. Some examples of liposuction areas: 1 area (e.g. chin); 2 areas (e.g. both upper arms, knees, hips or inner thighs); 4 areas (e.g. whole stomach); 6 areas (e.g. both legs). During one procedure, up to 5 kg (5000 ml) of fat can be removed. Liposuction is not meant for losing weight for overweight people. The procedure is performed under general or local anesthesia.

    • Liposuction 2 areas

      18 clinics

      Liposuction or fat removal is a surgical procedure to remove excessive fat tissue from certain areas of the body by means of a vacuum suction pump and thin cannulas. After adolescence, practically no new fat cells are generated, but the existent ones may grow and expand. Thanks to the removal of fat cells, liposuction guarantees a permanent result. The newest and least harmful method of liposuction is WAL (Water Assisted Liposuction), also called WaterJet or BodyJet. During the WAL procedure, an area is first made numb with a solution containing lidocaine and adrenaline. After that, fat cells are separated from the surrounding tissues with a water jet and sucked out through a thin cannula. One liposuction area corresponds to approximately one open palm. Some examples of liposuction areas: 1 area (e.g. chin); 2 areas (e.g. both upper arms, knees, hips or inner thighs); 4 areas (e.g. whole stomach); 6 areas (e.g. both legs). During one procedure, up to 5 kg (5000 ml) of fat can be removed. Liposuction is not meant for losing weight for overweight people. The procedure is performed under general or local anesthesia.

    • Liposuction 4 areas

      17 clinics

      Liposuction or fat removal is a surgical procedure to remove excessive fat tissue from certain areas of the body by means of a vacuum suction pump and thin cannulas. After adolescence, practically no new fat cells are generated, but the existent ones may grow and expand. Thanks to the removal of fat cells, liposuction guarantees a permanent result. The newest and least harmful method of liposuction is WAL (Water Assisted Liposuction), also called WaterJet or BodyJet. During the WAL procedure, an area is first made numb with a solution containing lidocaine and adrenaline. After that, fat cells are separated from the surrounding tissues with a water jet and sucked out through a thin cannula. One liposuction area corresponds to approximately one open palm. Some examples of liposuction areas: 1 area (e.g. chin); 2 areas (e.g. both upper arms, knees, hips or inner thighs); 4 areas (e.g. whole stomach); 6 areas (e.g. both legs). During one procedure, up to 5 kg (5000 ml) of fat can be removed. Liposuction is not meant for losing weight for overweight people. The procedure is performed under general or local anesthesia.

    • Liposuction 6 areas

      15 clinics

      Liposuction or fat removal is a surgical procedure to remove excessive fat tissue from certain areas of the body by means of a vacuum suction pump and thin cannulas. After adolescence, practically no new fat cells are generated, but the existent ones may grow and expand. Thanks to the removal of fat cells, liposuction guarantees a permanent result. The newest and least harmful method of liposuction is WAL (Water Assisted Liposuction), also called WaterJet or BodyJet. During the WAL procedure, an area is first made numb with a solution containing lidocaine and adrenaline. After that, fat cells are separated from the surrounding tissues with a water jet and sucked out through a thin cannula. One liposuction area corresponds to approximately one open palm. Some examples of liposuction areas: 1 area (e.g. chin); 2 areas (e.g. both upper arms, knees, hips or inner thighs); 4 areas (e.g. whole stomach); 6 areas (e.g. both legs). During one procedure, up to 5 kg (5000 ml) of fat can be removed. Liposuction is not meant for losing weight for overweight people. The procedure is performed under general or local anesthesia.

    • Liposuction 8 areas

      13 clinics

      Liposuction or fat removal is a surgical procedure to remove excessive fat tissue from certain areas of the body by means of a vacuum suction pump and thin cannulas. After adolescence, practically no new fat cells are generated, but the existent ones may grow and expand. Thanks to the removal of fat cells, liposuction guarantees a permanent result. The newest and least harmful method of liposuction is WAL (Water Assisted Liposuction), also called WaterJet or BodyJet. During the WAL procedure, an area is first made numb with a solution containing lidocaine and adrenaline. After that, fat cells are separated from the surrounding tissues with a water jet and sucked out through a thin cannula. One liposuction area corresponds to approximately one open palm. Some examples of liposuction areas: 1 area (e.g. chin); 2 areas (e.g. both upper arms, knees, hips or inner thighs); 4 areas (e.g. whole stomach); 6 areas (e.g. both legs). During one procedure, up to 5 kg (5000 ml) of fat can be removed. Liposuction is not meant for losing weight for overweight people. The procedure is performed under general or local anesthesia.

    • Plastic surgeon’s consultation

      31 clinics

      A plastic surgeon is specializes in reconstructive and cosmetic surgical procedures. During the first appointment, surgical treatment is usually not performed. First, the plastic surgeon examines and consults the patient, and prescribes necessary tests and analyses. After that, an appropriate treatment is chosen together with the patient. Plastic surgeons perform procedures at both clinical indications and at the patient’s request. Clinical indications include correcting a serious visual defect in patient’s appearance, such as breast reconstruction after tumor removal. However, at the patient’s request, plastic surgeons perform purely aesthetic operations like breast augmentation or liposuction as well.