Face plastic surgery
Patients that have been already operated on for nose correction but suffered from unsatisfactory result are candidates for revision rhinoplasty. Secondary surgery has to address both functional and cosmetic problems. Pinch deformity, parrot peak and ski slop deformity, are frequently encountered. Liberal use of autogenous cartilage grafts allow the rhinoplasty surgeon to improve the shape and […]
Ear surgery (otoplasty) is usually performed to set prominent ears back closer to the head. Protruding ears is the most frequent deformity of the ear, however there is a huge variety of other ear deformities (“constricted ear”, “cup- ear”, “lop-ear”) that can be corrected by plastic surgery. Ear deformities can be very obvious and lead […]
BLEPHAROPLASTY A clear look is an essential part of one’s emotional expression. Sagging eyelids on the other hand, leave the eye looking small and tired.By removing sagging skin and excessive fat tissue from the upper eyelids, the eyes receive a younger and fresher appearance. They appear more open and larger, and the tired look disappears. […]
Aging, although a natural progress, leaves some signs-wrinkles. Many people would choose to slow down the aging process. Modern-day Plastic Surgery, which these days boasts a vast range of high-grade forms of treatment, is being regarded increasingly as the obvious way forward … A wonderful method of removing the signs of ageing from the face, […]
The shape of the nose is determined by its underlying bony and cartilage framework. This framework has to be altered to achieve the new shape of the nose, depending on the patient`s expectations in relation to his current features. Hump removal, narrowing and shortening of the nose, elevation or reduction of the tip: there may be many different steps to achieve the desired result. Often cartilage grafting might be necessary. Airway problems caused e.g. by a crooked septum, can also be addressed within the aesthetic operation.
At what age can a nose correction be performed?