- Ear Reshaping Surgery
Otoplasty, also known as “ear surgery” is the procedure performed to reposition the so-called “protruding ears“. This is an intervention indicated for patients from 4 years of age, as it is at that age when the ears are almost completely grown. Depending on the case and patient characteristics the operation is performed under general anesthesia or local anesthesia (with or without sedation). Between 5 and 7 days after the surgical procedure patients can return to their normal daily life, to work or to school.
- Eyelid Surgery
Eyelid Surgery or Blepharoplasty aims to remove excess fat from the upper or lower eyelids to correct drooping eyelids and / or lower bags. With this intervention it is possible to eliminate the feeling of tiredness or heaviness in the eyes, getting wider and more youthful look. The anesthesia administered is usually local with sedation and, in fewer cases, general anesthesia is used.
- Face Lift
The Face Lift is a procedure that mitigates the most visible signs of aging on the face. It is a procedure that allows the skin to stretch and get a smoother appearance. It usually requires an overnight hospital stay. This surgery is usually performed under general anesthesia, although it may also be performed under local anesthesia and sedation. The days after surgery, the patient should rest and avoid sun exposure and the use of cosmetics. It is estimated that the intervention is visible in the patient for about 10 years.
- Scar Removal
By means of Scar Revision (plastic surgery done to erase scar) it is possible to significantly improve the appearance of a scar, making it less visible.
- Benign Skin Tumors
The laser allows us to remove benign tumors from the skin quickly and efficiently and with little scarring. The Erbium Laser allows rapid removal and virtually no visible scar, even in difficult places such as the tip of the nose, the eyelids or lips.
- Nose Reshaping Surgery
The “nose surgery” or Rhinoplasty is surgery that can correct the shape of the nose, achieving a more balanced and harmonious appearance. There are two techniques: open and closed. In the open technique, a small incision is made at the base of the nose. The closed rhinoplasty is performed without external incisions, from inside the nose. The closed surgery is indicated especially in cases with little difficulty and is performed under local anesthesia and sedation. The anesthesia used for this operation is usually general anesthesia or local anesthesia with sedation, and it usually requires an overnight hospital stay after surgery.