Upper and Lower Eyelid Correction

The ageing process leads to a loss of elasticity and firmness (through disappearance of elastic and collagen fibres) of the skin around our eyelids, thus creating a noticeable excess of skin. In addition, the orbicular eye muscle becomes flaccid or thickened, the connective support tissue of the eyelid weakens and orbital fat pushes forward, combining to create the typical eye bags. Eyelid operation is the most effective facial intervention which restores freshness and a youthful appearance. It is a popular treatment with both female and male patients. The invisibility of scars and rare post-operative complications make this method one of the most elegant in aesthetic surgery.



The Operation

The operation is most commonly undertaken under local anaesthetic, less frequently using the administration of an analgesic together with a sedative. This intervention comprises removal of excess skin in the upper and lower eyelid (or one or the other only), and the removal of, or reshaping of, the fat tissue. Blepharoplasty (surgical correction of eye bags and eyelids) requires very precise and thorough measuring and planning. Removing or indeed leaving just one millimetre of skin can lead to unsatisfying results or complications. The scar is hidden in the fold of the upper eyelid and immediately below eyelashes on the lower eyelid. The stitches are removed five days after surgery, and the scars become completely invisible after a month.


The operation offers fantastic results and beautiful eye appearance which takes away at least ten years.

Temporary Lifting

A wrinkled forehead and droopy eyebrows are facial signs of ageing as skin and subcutaneous tissue becomes older. Droopy eyebrows give an impression of an unhappy and serious face. Nowadays this problem can be successfully resolved with a minor surgical intervention, so-called temporal or forehead lifting. Results are apparent immediately after the operation, however patients must be aware that initially there will be swelling and occasional haematoma and that true results are visible a month or two after the operation.


The Operation

The intervention is carried out under local anaesthetic or analgosedation. Incisions are made in the temple region approximately three to four centimetres from the hairline or by making a crescent incision from ear to ear in the hair, approximately three to four centimetres from the hairline, and it is carried out to correct very deep lines in mature individuals. Bandages are applied around the forehead in order to lessen the appearance of haematoma and larger swelling and are kept for seven days, whereas sutures are removed nine days following the operation.

Mid Face Lifting

The years and damage caused by the sun leave irreversible marks on our face. Loosening of the skin, drooping of the subcutaneous fat inside the cheekbones, the formation or furrowed wrinkles extending from the nose to the angle of the lips (naso-labial fold) and the creation of lines around the lips and lower jaw are all signs that one should consider a facelift. Face lifting is a procedure which offers the most complete and most convincing results.



The Operation

Incisions are made along the hairline around the temple region and immediately in front of the earlobe, underneath the lobule, then behind the ear.

After this, the skin of the face is freed as the excess is removed, and subcutaneous structures are tightened. The lifting is undertaken under a general anaesthetic or using temporary intravenous anaesthetic, analgosedation. Stitches are removed between seven to ten days following the operation, while the swelling or haematoma usually disappear after three weeks, and the final result is achieved after three months.

Neck Lifting

Neck skin is incredibly thin and sensitive. It is arguably the most telltale sign of our age. Flaccid skin around the neck is easily resolved with the lifting process, which involves the tightening of the muscles, removal of the excess fat and tightening the flaccid skin. The post-operative recovery process is rapid and simple, and the change is remarkable. Bandages which help decrease the appearance of swelling and haematoma are removed after only seven days, whereas sutures are removed on the tenth day following the operation.

Neck Liposuction

Neck liposuction is an effective method of removal of excess fat tissue in the chin area. Ordinarily this intervention is enough to correct imperfections in younger patients, while with more mature individuals almost always it is necessary to combine it with another method in order to achieve satisfactory results.


The Operation

The intervention is undertaken under local anaesthetic. An infiltration of a physiological solution containing lidocaine and adrenaline is carried out, after which excess fat is aspirated. Bandages are applied and taken off after a couple of days so as to stop the formation of swelling and haematoma. The patient is able to perform ordinary activities very soon after the operation.

Lip Correction

Beautiful, full and sensual lips are the ideal of female beauty. Thanks to the advancement of technology and aesthetic surgery, nowadays there are methods available which help restore the plumpness and fullness of lips. The corrective procedure usually entails an injective application of a specific preparation, the result of which is a fuller lip volume or an emphasis of a specific area. It can be done by transferring the patient’s own fat tissue or using hyaluronic fillers.


The Operation

Lip filling procedure using fat tissue achieves a longer lasting result. It should be noted that the healing rate of transplanted fat is approximately 50%, therefore several sessions are needed to achieve the desired effect of lip volume. The procedure is performed under local anaesthetic. Following the infiltration of a physiological solution containing lidocaine and adrenaline, liposuction is the method used to aspirate the fat from a particular area. The extracted fat tissue is then degraded into finer structures and applied.


A less invasive method of lip correction which also yields fantastic results is the application of hyaluronic lip fillers. Hyaluronic fillers are natural preparations which contain hyaluronic acid. Because it offers immediately visible results this is the best method of lip augmentation. Depending on the substance used, the duration, or rather the resorption of fillers lasts between six months to two years.

Ear Correction

Lop ears or prominent earlobes are a congenital malformation noticeable immediately after birth. The term refers to ears that, regardless of size, stick out visibly from the side of the head. Most commonly it appears on both sides of the head, although there are cases where only one year is affected. Correction procedure can be performed after the patient has reached six years of age. It is carried out under local anaesthetic or temporary general intravenous anaesthetic, analgosedation.


The Operation

An incision is made from the back of the earlobe, through which the cartilage is modelled and the ear positioned closer to the side of the head. The stitches are removed after two weeks, and wearing a bandage is recommended, or rather a band, which ensures that the cartilage is strengthened and moulded into the new shape.

Face Liposculpture


The passage of years affects facial freshness and tone. Skin becomes dryer and first lines appear, the fatty tissue disappears from the subdermal region and is collected in the lower part of the face and chin. This leads to a noticeably tired and worn appearance. An ideal method to correct this problem is facial lipofilling.


Facial lipofilling refers to a method of fat transfer or fat grafting from an area containing a surplus of fat tissue and applying the fat thus extracted into an area where we wish to restore a youthful appearance to the skin and erase existing wrinkles. An incredible potency of fat cells to restore skin vitality has made this method particularly attractive. In addition, fat cells contain receptors for the human hormone oestrogen, which is known to significantly improve skin quality and thus is also referred to as the elixir of youth.


The Operation

The intervention is carried out under local anaesthetic or analgosedation (temporary intravenous anaesthetic). Following the intervention a short inpatient recovery is required. The recovery is simple and aside from possible swelling and small haematoma, there are no further complications. Allergic reactions also do not occur because the material used is not artificial. Results are immediately apparent, the skin is refreshed, firmer and more radiant.