Whether it’s a reconstructive or aesthetic procedure, interventions of a plastic surgeon provide a healthy and functional life complemented with confidence and satisfaction with one’s appearance.
Although aesthetic surgery is most attractive, plastic surgery involves many treatments that contribute to healing, such as removal of moles, subcutaneous tumors, treatment of burns, micro-intervention of the hand, etc.
The peak of aesthetic surgery is reflected in interventions that give natural results, after which it is not noticeable that the procedure was performed. This approach is applied by Dr. Branko Rudic, as evidenced by the experience of his numerous patients.
Dr. Branko Rudic
He graduated from the Faculty of Medicine in Novi Sad in 2004 and obtained his first experience at the Ambulance Service Subotica. He has been practicing as part of the team of the Surgery Department at the General Hospital in Subotica since 2009.Professional advancement over the years continues through professional meetings such as Three in One (12th SERBPRAS, 10th BAPRAS, 3rd Fellows in Science), 2nd International Congress FELLOWS IN SCIENCE, 10th Anniversary Congress of CSPRAS / Reconstruction of skull with custom-made 3D implants. What ranks Dr. Rudic among the most sought-after plastic surgeons in the region are years of experience with numerous satisfied patients, as well as his straight-forward approach in communicating with patients.
Dr. Rudic is a founder and member of the “ENPRONA” Drug Abuse Fighting Center. He is also a member of SRBPRAS – Serbian Association for Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery as well as of the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ISAPS). On the website realplasticsurgeon.eu you will find Dr. Rudic among certified plastic surgeons of Europe. Dr. Branko Rudić performs aesthetic procedures at Fidija Plastic Surgery Clinic in Belgrade, Kapetan Milos Zunjic st. 16/1.
Dr. Rudic speaks English, has a basic knowledge of Hungarian, while actively studying the German language.
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