Breast surgery

Mammoplasty includes various types of operation such as enlargement of women’s breast, breast augmentation, or in other word breast implantation, lifting of loose breasts, mastopexy (breast lift) or breast correction, but it is also frequent mammoplasty to perform both operations mentioned previously: breast augmentation + mastopexy. Mammoplasty includes also reduction of too large women’s breasts, reduction mammoplasty or breast reduction, reconstruction of asymmetric women’s breasts through the combination of the methods mentioned previously, and mammoplasty includes also reduction of enlarged man’s breast, gynecomastia.


Rhinoplasty (nose job) means the changing of the shape of the nose by means of operation. Rhinoplasty becomes necessary if the great, long, beaked, wide, oblique nose or the nose ill-proportioned in any part not fitting in the harmony of the face disturbs the person who wears it. Rhinoplasty can be done from open or closed approach.


During abdominoplasty (tummy tuck surgery), the tightening of loose skin of abdominal wall by surgery, reconstruction of the muscular system of the abdominal wall and if necessary the removal of a part of the abdominal surplus fat are performed. Abdominoplasty becomes most frequently necessary after births, or weight loss of greater extent.


Suction-assisted lipectomy (liposuction) means the final removal of fat accumulations formed on various body parts by means of a special metal cannula and vacuum. Suction-assisted lipectomy is not a tool for slimming; its aim is to reshape the body by removing the local, circumscribed fat accumulations.


Gynecomastia or originally gynaecomastia is a word of Greek origin, meaning the abnormal enlargement of man’s mammilary gland. The unmanly enlargement of man’s mamma is aesthetically very disturbing, but it can be corrected by plastic surgery.


Rhytidectomy (face lift) means rejuvenation of face by means of surgery. During rhytidectomy, tightening of the loose, wrinkled face skin, lifting of dropped deeper muscle layers and reshaping of the adipose tissue of the face are done.

Eyelid surgery

Blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery) eliminates loosening, wrinkling of skin of eyelids appearing with age, hanging of the upper eyelids and the pouches appearing on the lower eyelid.


Otoplasty (ear surgery) most frequently means that the projecting ear or ears are brought closer to the face. During otoplasty, reduction of ear, adding of partially or fully absent ear, or correction of other rare deformations of shape can be performed.

Lip enhancement, fillers injection

Lip enhancement, fillers injections serve for enhancing, making plumper of thin lips, smoothing smaller or greater wrinkles on the face and changing the face contour moderately; during the past years, more and more various fillers injections were used.

Plastic surgery

Plastic surgery includes two great fields: the aesthetic or cosmetic surgery and the reconstructive or rehabilitative surgery. The roots of plastic surgery date back the ancient times, however, the beginning of the modern plastic surgery as an independent branch of medical knowledge can be reckoned from the time of World War I. At that time mainly reconstructive operations were performed; the aesthetic surgery started and became an independent branch of plastic surgery only from the forties.