Facelift (rhytidectomy). Face is the most notisable part of a human body. As we age, all of our tissues begin to wrinkle, loosen and sag. A facelift smoothes the loose skin, jowls, and deep folds of the face and neck, tightens and repositions the underlying tissues, removes the excess fat and redundant skin.
Forehead lift – there are two basic approaches – coronal (is performed through an incision in the scalp extending from ear to ear within the hairline) and endoscopic (more minimally invasive technique, utilizing multiple small incisions within the scalp and elevating the forehead without skin or scalp resection by fixing the skin in an elevated position to the bone of the forehead).
Lower transconjunctival (scar-less) blepharoplasty – is done through the inside of the lower eyelid. This technique requires no external incision, and is appropriate only for the removal or redistribution of fat. It can not be used to remove the excess skin.
Nasal surgery (Rhinoplasty). The nose takes a foreground on a human face and any defect of it will be noticed at once. The goal of rhinoplasty is to reshape your nose so that it complements your other facial features and overall facial balance. If you have difficulty in breathing through your nose because of deformity of your nasal septum or other intranasal structures, correction of those can be performed at the same time with rhinoplasty.
Otoplasty – surgical procedure for correcting the external ear. Otoplasty is recommended in cases of deformities and defects of the external ear, consequent to congenital conditions (lop ear, microtia) or trauma . The operation is most often performed on children aged six to fourteen, to prevent a child from being teased at school. Correction is possible both on one or two auricles.
Breast augmentation – surgery designed to increase the size of small or undeveloped breasts by placing silicone-filled implants. Surgeon chooses one of three alternative incisions for placement the implants: under a breast (an incision is made to the infra-mammary fold), around the medial-half of the areola (periareoral), from the armpit (transaxillary), and also the approach to emplace the implant: subglandular (between the gland and the pectoralis major muscle), subfascial (beneath the fascia of the pectoralis major muscle), submuscular (beneath the pectoralis major muscle), dual plane.
Breast reconstruction – is intended to restore the female breast after a mastectomy. There are several different methods of achieving this goal, but each is intended to mitigate the stigmatizing effects of breast cancer and breast removal. There are three general techniques plastic surgeons utilize for breast reconstruction: using an implant, using patient's own tissues and combined technique. It can range from a simple one-step procedure to a series of complicated surgeries.
Mastopexy (breast lift) – is a surgery performed to raise and reshape breasts that have sagged after pregnancy, weight loss, aging or other reasons. Excess breast tissues (gland, adipose, skin) are removed, the nipple-areola complex is transposed higher upon the breast hemisphere. In some cases mastopexy can be combined with breast augmentation surgery.
Breast reduction – is the surgery for reducting the size of large breast by removing breast tissues (both gland and fat). At this surgery it is also possible to correct the size and shape of nipple-areola complex (NAP).
Labioplasty (labia reduction) – is surgery procedure to reduce the size and reshape the labia minora (inner lips) and labia majora (outer lips) to achive more natural appearance. An abnormally enlarged labia can be caused by pregnancy and childbirth or even some sports or hormonal effects.
Gluteoplasty – the surgery which is aimed to improve size and shape of the buttock. The incision is made in the midline of sacral bone between the buttocks. Implants are placed deep to the gluteus maximus muscle or under the fascia depending on the particular size and shape.
Liposuction (lipoplasty) – surgery operation that removes fat from many different sites on the human body with vacuum device. Recently this method is applied in complex treatment of obesity. Fat is removed via a canula (a hollow tube) through a small incision. Local fluid injection of Klein solution (mixture of anesthetic, physiological solution and vasoconstrictive) is made into the area to help expand and firm the fat, making it easier to remove. The canula is attached to a vacuum device or syringe, the surgeon pushes the canula through the fat layer breaking up the fat cells and drawing them out of the body.