Range of Operations

Aesthetic Plastic Surgery: Surgical Procedures

A) Face:

  • Face lift:
      • SMAS
      • MACS
      • Mini lift
  • Neck lift
  • Brow lift
  • Blepharoplasty (scarless)
  • Chin augmentation

B) Rhinoplasty (Endonasal Scarless technique)

C) Otoplasty (ear correction)


  • Breast Aesthetic Surgery:
      • Augmentation (implants and fat graft transfer)
      • Reduction – Mastopexy (“Advanced technique” with preservation of nipple sensation and Breastfeeding ability)
      • Breast Asymmetry correction
      • Gynecomastia (scarless) for men
  • Breast Reconstruction (Myo-cutaneous flaps, Expanders, Implants, Fat graft transfer)
  • Liposuction
      • Water-Assisted Liposuction (WAL)
      • Classic
  • Abdominoplasty
      • TummyTuck (High Superior Tension technique)
      • “Six Pack” Abdominoplasty for men
  • Body Contouring
      • Brachioplasty (arm lift)
      • Thigh and Buttock Lift
      • Brazilian Butt lift (Liposculpture)
      • Superior and Inferior Body Lift after weight loss (post bariatric patients)
  • Aesthetic female genitalia procedures (Labiaplasty)

E) Hair Restoration (FUE and FUT Techniques)

Aesthetic Plastic Surgery: Non-Surgical Procedures

For a more subtle improvement in the face and body

A) Non-Surgical Face Contouring

    • “Seven Spot” face lift (fillers, fat graft transfer)
    • Chin (Texas jawline) and Cheek Enhancement
    • Facial Rejuvenation (fat draft, Platelet Rich Plasma – PRP)
    • Thread lift

B) Botulinum Toxin (Botox & “Brotox”- for men)

C) Dermal Fillers (Hyaluronic Acid, Hydroxyapatite)

D) Lip Augmentation

E) Chemical Peels

F) Laser Vaginal Rejuvenation

Reconstructive Plastic Surgery:

A) Skin Reconstructive Plastic Surgery of

    • Benign tumours (Nevi, Lipomas, Cysts)
    • Malignant tumours (Basal and Squamous cell Carcinomas, Melanoma)
    • Burns

B) Wound Healing (open wounds and chronic ulcers)

    • Negative Pressure Wound Therapy(NPWT)
    • Artificial dermis
    • Cultured epidermis cells
    • Skin grafts and flaps

C) Post Trauma Reconstruction (flaps and grafts)

D) Breast Reconstruction following Breast cancer (Myo-cutaneous flaps, Expanders, Implants, Fat graft transfer)

E) Diabetic Foot Reconstruction (Negative Pressure Wound Therapy, Artificial dermis, Skin grafts)

F) Hand Surgery (emergency and chronic diseases)

G) Congenital deformities of the face and hand:

    • Cleft lip and Palate plastic surgery (Face)
    • Syndactyly, polydactyly (Hand)

E) Scar revision