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Liposuction is one of the most popular aesthetic surgery procedures and serves to reshape the body by removing excess fat from the stomach, hips, legs, buttocks, and shins. It is important to note that liposuction is not intended for solving overweight problems.

Tummy tuck (abdominoplasty)

Tummy tuck (abdominoplasty) is an operative procedure that removes excess skin and fat from the stomach, and can also strengthen the abdominal wall and remove a groin and navel hernia. This procedure is intended for people who have suddenly lost a large amount of weight, as well as for women who have had more deliveries.

Upper arm lift (brachioplasty)

Upper arm lift (brachioplasty) is a surgical intervention that removes excess skin and fat tissue from the upper arm. In some cases, when excess fat tissue is less pronounced, liposuction is sufficient to correct the upper arms.

Buttock, thigh and calf reshaping

Buttock, thigh and calf reshaping are surgical procedures that can be performed individually or in combination. Buttocks and calves can be decreased by removing fat tissue, or increased with silicone implants of various shapes and sizes. Thigh reshaping includes the surgical removal of fat tissue and skin tightening, consequently making the legs slender.

Hand rejuvenation and surgery

Hand rejuvenation is often practiced, as aging signs are noticeable sooner on hands than on facial skin. Treatments are performed with nonoperative methods such as hyaluronic fillers or rejuvenation with fat tissue.

Hand surgery is a complex branch of plastic and reconstructive surgery that involves the operation of peripheral nerves, bones, tendons, soft tissue, and the elimination of tumors and deformities.

Stretch marks and scar removal

Removal of stretch marks, acne scars, pockmarks, and surgery scars can be performed using a variety of methods such as chemical peel, hyaluronic fillers, laser application or surgical treatment. Most often, scar removal starts with a laser treatment.

Removal of moles, condyloma, fibroma, etc.

Removal of moles, warts, fibromas, atheromas and other subcutaneous or superficial growths on the skin is done for both aesthetic and health reasons. Surgical removal of the growth can help prevent the severity of the disease, and although they are usually benign, a sample is always sent to the pathohistological analysis.

Burns and bedsores treatment

Plastic reconstructive surgery is very effective, and often the only solution in the treatment of severe forms of burns, as well as bedsores (decubitus). The operation is necessary in burns grade 3 and in cases where burns involve more than 15% of the total body surface area.