We hold daily morning and afternoon surgeries. Please call the surgery or book an appointment online. We are a primary medical care centre dealing with all aspects of healthcare.
Naturally we specialise in areas important to students – sexual health, mental health, travel medicine etc. If necessary we can refer you on to specialists or other sources of help.
It can additionally correct impaired breathing caused by innate structural defects in the nose.
Depending on which exact type of a surgery it is, a specific type of specialist is required. For example, a closed rhinoplasty may require an open rhinoplasty otolaryngologist (ear, nose, and throat specialist). Sometimes it takes a maxillofacial surgeon (jaw, face, and neck specialist), in order to create a functional, aesthetic, and facially proportionate nose.
In any case, the main aim of any rhinoplastic surgery, be it a cosmetic one (sought after for aesthetic purposes only) or a reconstructive one (the one which will fix any kind of damage or disease inflicted defects) is to make the form and function of the body part (in this case of a nose) to be intact and delightful to a patient!
Just take a look at your facelift surgery options and see, how easy and fast you can make these crucial adjustments and how affordable it is to stop the aging process for some time…
To understand your options and timing better, be sure to spot the first signs of aging. They may serve as a quick alert that you need to undergo the facelift surgery right now:
- Creases below the eyes, in the corners of the mouth, below the nose
- Loss of the skin tone
- Loose skin or/and excess fat
While human aging is a completely natural process, with a timely help of the modern cosmetic surgery we can easily alter its effects!
Many people have areas of fat cells that will not disappear, no matter how strict of a diet do these people follow or how demanding and exhaustive their exercise routine is…. The most common areas for these fat pockets include:
- Hips and buttocks
- Abdomen and waist
- Upper arms
- Inner knee
- Chest area
- Cheeks, chin and neck
- Calves and ankles
Cell therapy (also called cellular therapy or cytotherapy) is therapy in which cellular material is injected into a patient; this generally means intact, living cells. For example, T cells capable of fighting cancer cells via cell-mediated immunity may be injected in the course of immunotherapy.