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  • Lower or upper...

    The indications that most often refer patients to a blepharoplasty procedure consist in an increase in the skin of the upper eyelid that rests on the lashes, or in a cutaneous excess of the lower one typical of aging. Based on the patient's indications and expectations, the intervention can only concern the upper eyelid (Upper Blepharoplasty), only the lower eyelid (Lower Blepharoplasty) or both (Upper-Lower Blepharoplasty). In Upper Blepharoplasty the incision is hidden inside the folds of the eyelid, and through this it is possible to remove excess skin and, where necessary, excess fat.

     

    In Lower Blepharoplasty, however, through an incision hidden under the lashes it is possible to eliminate the annoying "bags", and pull the skin upwards, giving the eye a more fresh and youthful effect. In young patients, who do not have a surplus of skin, it is possible to remove the "bags" through a small incision in the inner part of the eyelid, without any visible scar (Transcongijunctival Blepharoplasty).

     

    The intervention is performed under local anesthesia, with or without the use of a small sedation, according to the patient's preferences.

     

    The discharge takes place during the day and the ecchymoses (small bruises) generally disappear 5-10 days after the operation.

  • Eyebrow Lifting

    The eyebrow lift is the cosmetic surgery procedure that allows you to raise the outer part of the eyebrows and to stretch the skin at the level of the temples and the lateral portion of the eyes.

     

    The surgery involves a scar a few millimeters above the eyebrow, which becomes imperceptible with the passage of time.

  • Rhinoplasty

    Rhinoplasty is the procedure that corrects alterations in the shape of the nose. If there is also an alteration in the function of the nose responsible for a difficulty in breathing, an intervention to restore correct nasal breathing (septoplasty) is combined with the cosmetic operation of rhinoplasty. It is possible to perform rhinoplasty from the moment the nose has completed its growth, that is to say around 16 - 18 years. The intervention can be carried out at any time of the year. The operation is performed under general anesthesia.

     

     The operation takes place via the endosenale, which means that the incisions are made inside the nose and therefore there are no visible marks on the skin of the nose or face. The bone and cartilage structures are modified, the "hump" is removed and the tip is thinned and softened in balance with the rest of the face. The procedure lasts about 1 hour, depending on the defects to be corrected. During surgery, a piece of chalk is applied to the nostrils of the pads. The patient will be able to resume normal daily and work activities after 1 week, avoiding direct exposure to sunlight for at least 15 days.

     

     It is very important to avoid trauma in the first few weeks after surgery, for intense sports are to be avoided for the first month.

  • Rhinoseptoplasty

    Rhinoplasty is the procedure that corrects alterations in the shape of the nose. If there is also an alteration in the function of the nose responsible for a difficulty in breathing, an intervention to restore correct nasal breathing (septoplasty) is combined with the cosmetic operation of rhinoplasty. It is possible to perform rhinoplasty from the moment the nose has completed its growth, that is to say around 16 - 18 years. The intervention can be carried out at any time of the year. The operation is performed under general anesthesia.

     

     The operation takes place via the endosenale, which means that the incisions are made inside the nose and therefore there are no visible marks on the skin of the nose or face. The bone and cartilage structures are modified, the "hump" is removed and the tip is thinned and softened in balance with the rest of the face. The procedure lasts about 1 hour, depending on the defects to be corrected. During surgery, a piece of chalk is applied to the nostrils of the pads. The patient will be able to resume normal daily and work activities after 1 week, avoiding direct exposure to sunlight for at least 15 days.

     

     It is very important to avoid trauma in the first few weeks after surgery, for intense sports are to be avoided for the first month.

  • Permalip Lip Prosthesis

    Permalip is an operation that permanently increases the volume of the lips. Permalip lip remodeling is recommended for those who are tired of temporary touch-ups. The lip remodeling operation is performed under local anesthesia and lasts about 30 minutes, two micro incisions are made at the inner corners of the mouth, after which the prosthesis is introduced through a tunnel in the lip and centered; the applied stitches are absorbable.

     

    In addition, the patient can choose between three different sizes with different thicknesses and also between three different lengths. Being the Permalip in silicone but without gel inside, there can be no leaks or breakages. Immediately after the permanent volume increase of the lips, the appearance of an edema and the swelling that makes the mouth seem larger than expected should be considered normal.

     

    After about a week the volume will be the desired one.

     

    However, within a few days the patient can resume normal daily activity.

  • Otoplasty

    The cosmetic surgery operation of otoplasty is quite simple and can be performed under local anesthesia, with or without sedation, according to the patient's preferences.

    Through a small incision hidden behind the ear, it is possible to reshape all the ear cartilages and bring the pavilion closer to the head.

     

    The discharge takes place during the day and the aesthetic appearance of the ears stabilizes in 7-10 days.

  • Liposuction

    Liposuction or liposuction is the surgical procedure that eliminates fat deposits. It is applicable in a very wide variety of situations (accumulations of fat in the thighs, abdomen, hips of the knees, ankles, etc.). The amount of fat that can be removed in an operating session is variable from subject to and generally does not exceed 2500-3000 cc.

     

    In cases that require extensive removal, it is preferable to program a treatment in two or more operating times.

     

    The operation can be performed under local anesthesia or, if the area to be treated is particularly extensive, under general anesthesia with a day's hospitalization. The intervention under local anesthesia is ambulatory. Local anesthesia is combined with a tranquilizer, so the patient does not feel any discomfort and can fall asleep during the surgery. At the end of the operation the patient wears an elastic compressive dressing. In the immediate postoperative period the appearance of the treated area does not show very obvious differences compared to before the surgery, it is this effect of the edema that is swelling.

     

    It can sometimes take weeks or months for it to resolve, which explains why the result of the operation is optimal only after 6-8 months.

     

    The intervention allows to obtain a final result that lasts a lifetime, since the fat sucked does not regenerate.

  • Lifting arms

    Thigh and arm lifting (also called brachioplasty) is a plastic surgery that eliminates excess skin in cases where the skin is flaccid or loose. A loss of skin tone with stretch marks and drooping folds is frequent after a strong weight loss.

     

    The facelift is performed under the effect of anesthesia and leaves a scar, almost invisible, depending on where it is carried out: in the hollow of the armpit for lifting the arms, in the inguinal fold in the event of a thigh lift.

  • Mini lifting hunkers

    Thigh and arm lifting (also called brachioplasty) is a plastic surgery that eliminates excess skin in cases where the skin is flaccid or loose. A loss of skin tone with stretch marks and drooping folds is frequent after a strong weight loss.

     

    The facelift is performed under the effect of anesthesia and leaves a scar, almost invisible, depending on where it is carried out: in the hollow of the armpit for lifting the arms, in the inguinal fold in the event of a thigh lift.

  • Mini face lifting

    The facelift is a cosmetic surgery that aims to make the facial skin younger. This improvement is obtained by stretching the skin and the muscles of the face in particular on: nasogeniene wrinkles, relaxed cheeks and contour of the jaw.

     

    There are numerous facelift techniques and depending on the site of the operation we have: deep lifting (only the skin is incised and pulled), deep (with skin and muscle repositioning).

     

    The operation has a variable duration depending on the extent of the facelift and is practiced under anesthesia. During the post-operative period a compression bandage is placed for at least one day which is then replaced by another bandage to be kept for a week.

  • Mastoplasty sine

    Additive mastoplasty is an operation that increases the volume of the breast by introducing prostheses. The operation takes place under general anesthesia, the procedure lasts about 1 hour and 30 minutes. During the preoperative visit the technique used, the access route and the type and volume of the prosthesis will be established. In most cases the prosthesis is placed below the pectoral muscle according to the dual plane technique, which allows not only to better protect the prosthesis but also to obtain very natural results.

     

    The approach is established based on the shape of the breast and the type of prosthesis used: it can be axillary, peri-areolar or submammary. A small round prosthesis can be inserted through the armpit, a small anatomical prosthesis (drip) from the peri-areolar pathway, any type of prosthesis from the submammary route.

     

    The scars, however, are a few centimeters long and over time are less and less visible.

     

    The shape and volume of the prosthesis are chosen based on the height of the patient, the dimensions and proportions between the shoulders, the chest and the sides of the patient, so that the final result is as harmonious and natural as possible.

  • Reduction mammoplasty

    Breast reduction surgery involves the removal of a part of the mammary gland and excess breast skin in order to correct the volume and shape of the breast. During the preoperative visit the technique used and the type of scars that are carried out will be established.

     

    When the necessary reduction is small the scar can be only one, around the areola. In more serious cases, the scar around the areola if he adds a vertical descending to the inframammary fold.

     

    Finally, when the reduction is important (> 500g) in these scars if it binds a third, positioned in the inframammary fold. This last scar is called the inverted T. The operation takes place under general anesthesia.

  • Mastopexy without or...

    Mastopexy is indicated for women who want to lift a sagging breast (breast ptosis) or reduce and change the shape and size of the areola.

     

    The intervention consists in the removal of the excess skin, in the remodeling of the residual gland, in the positioning, if necessary, of breast implants in general sub-muscular and in the repositioning of the nipple areola complex falling in a higher position, at the apex of the cone breast. Depending on the case, the scar can be only one, around the areola, when the fall of the breast is small and the prosthesis to be inserted is not very large.

     

    In the most accentuated cases, the scar around the areola is joined by a vertical that descends to the inframammary fold. Finally, when the fall and emptying are important to these scars, they are associated with a third, positioned in the inframammary fold. This last scar is called the inverted T.

     

    The operation takes place under general anesthesia.

  • Gynecomastia

    Gynecomastia is a condition characterized by the development of breasts in humans. If the mammary hypertrophy is exclusively adipose in nature (pseudogynecomastia), only liposuction treatment can be performed.

     

    According to the needs of the remodeling and the technique used, there may be a periareolar scar, either in association with a vertical scar or, if necessary, even with a scar in the inframammary fold.

  • Abdominoplasty

    Abdominoplasty is the surgical procedure that corrects the released abdomen, removing the abundance of skin and localized accumulation of fat and, when necessary, bringing the abdomen muscles closer to the midline to eliminate the flaccidity of the abdominal wall.

  • Buttocks increase

    The cosmetic plastic surgery of the buttocks (or gluteoplasty) includes different types of cosmetic surgery to reshape the buttocks according to the type of imperfection to be corrected: reduction of the buttocks due to excess fat and cellulite; increase in flat and small buttocks; lifting and remodeling of falling buttocks.

     

    Glutoplasty with lipofilling: it is a body surgery intervention particularly indicated for patients with a good availability of fat to be aspirated in other areas of the body.

     

    The main advantage of this method consists in the exclusive use of natural tissue of the same patient, while the disadvantage consists in the possibility that an unpredictable part of this fat is reabsorbed.

     

              

    Gluteoplasty with prosthesis: it is a surgery of the body through a small vertical incision hidden between the two buttocks, it is possible to insert two prostheses in cohesive silicone gel, below the muscular fascia or within the gluteal muscle.

     

    Post-operative recovery is fairly easy, provided that the patient must be careful to maintain specific positions and avoid physical activity for about 15 days.

  • Lipofilling

    Illipofilling is a surgical procedure consisting of two phases: the first involves taking the adipose tissue (fat) from areas of the body where it is most represented and the second involves transferring it, after appropriate treatment, to other regions of the body where it it is deficient, very often on the face but also in other bodily sites.

     

    The adipose tissue (fat) is sucked from the areas of the body in which it is naturally present in greater quantities, such as the abdomen, hips, thighs, knees. Then, through small cannulas connected to syringes, it is injected into the area to be filled. It is in effect a tissue graft.

     

    The results obtained with lipofilling are generally long-lasting and satisfactory for the patient.

     

    The only limit of this intervention is the partial reabsorption of the transferred fat tissues. It remains, however, the only valid technique for certain areas of the body that cannot be treated with alternative methods, both in the face and in the body.

  • Hair transplant

    Hair loss is a fact that affects the majority of men and also a substantial (and unfortunately growing) percentage of women.

     

    Checking the progress of baldness or subtle thinning of the hair on the head can cause serious repercussions on the self-esteem of the person concerned and undermine the quality of life. From the areas of the scalp where the hair is permanent and quite thick (back of the head or on the sides) a small part of the hair is removed in its smaller units (1-4 hairs) and transplanted in the area where the thinning is evident.

     

    The transplant with the FUE method results in the growth and natural appearance of new hair, the difference between old and new hair is not visible. After transplanting with the FUE method there is no need for bandages or bandages and the patient returns to his daily activities the same day.

     

    The growth of transplanted hair is visible after about 16 weeks and the hair transplanted into the new position grows naturally for life.

  • Beard transplant

    The appearance given by shaving and whiskers is a factor of considerable importance in the style of a man. The beard and mustache transplant is the best solution in case of hair loss due to testosterone. With the Micro FUE HD technique thickening or high-density beard formation can also require 2000 - 3000 units. These are explanted with a 0.7 mm punch from the donor area (nape and parietal area) which must necessarily be shaved.

     

    The reduced size of the punch explodes the follicular units partially (section) leaving a peripheral portion of the same in place but perfectly able to regenerate the explanted follicles. The Micro FUE HD technique therefore preserves the donor area. After a short time from the explant, the hair of the donor area grows back leaving no trace of the intervention immediately.

     

    One week after transplanting, the affected area will be very natural to the eye. The healing process of the donor area is fast and in 15 days it will recover the appearance it had before the operation. The healing instructions are the same as for the FUE method of hair transplantation.

     

    After six months the patients will see most of the final result and in 12-18 months it will be possible to admire a full and natural beard.

  • Eyebrow transplant

    The eyebrows have a very important aesthetic function. They define the contours of the face and enhance the eyes. Unfortunately, the eyebrows tend to decrease in number over time also as a result of their continuous depilation with tweezers. When the eyebrows thin out or partially disappear you can definitely intervene by transplanting with the FUE technique.

     

    The basic characteristic of the technique used is that of not leaving scars in the donor area. The UFM follicular units (predominantly monobulbari) are taken from the nape of the scalp area where the hair is normally the largest. The picking takes place, as in the hair transplant, through the use of a specific surgical tool called punch, automated or manual, which carries out a sort of core drilling around the hair to be taken, creating a groove (with a diameter of just 0.8mm) from which the unit will then be extracted using simple tweezers: from the microscopic measurement of the hole it is clear that this method does not involve any permanent scar in the sampling area.

     

    In the area where the eyebrow transplant is performed, slight crusts and redness occur for four days after application. The transplanted area recovers after 4-5 days. It takes three to six months for the eyebrows to grow completely.