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Body surgery


A shapely figure, perfect body contours — all of this can be achieved through plastic surgery of the body (body-sculpting). This is a series of operations performed on individual areas of the body, or a combination thereof. Plastic surgery of this kind assumes the removal of excess fatty tissue and skin from “problem” zones through abdominoplasty or liposuction, lifting of the skin of the upper arms, buttocks and thighs. For many women, abdominoplasty helps solve the exasperating problem of postpartum stretch marks and flabby skin.

It is extremely common for body-sculpting to be performed comprehensively: for example, a tummy-tuck is done together with liposuction, and can even be combined with a thigh lift. This combination of procedures is logically dictated by the requirements of a comprehensive correction of the entire figure. That said, the method for performing a particular operation is selected individually by the physician in consultation with the patient. So, for example, liposuction alone can be performed according to several different methods (as dictated by the various methods for breaking up fatty tissue), and these methods include the innovative GrandEffect method with the use of radiowave lifting.


Abdominoplasty

Abdominoplasty

Abdominoplasty (from the Latin term abdomen, abdominis - the stomach) is a type of plastic surgery performed with the aim of correcting the shape of the abdomen, removing excess skin and adipose tissue, and sculpting the waist. One of the most common patient categories on whom this kind of operation is performed is women — abdominoplasty makes it possible to remove the stretching and folds that can form after giving birth. In this case, at least 6 months must have passed since childbirth. If you’re breastfeeding - 6 months since the end of lactation.  The operation is often performed in combination with liposuction of other parts of the body — hips, thighs, upper arms, etc. Abdominoplasty is also frequently combined with belly-button surgery.

Liposuction

Liposuction

Many surgeons remove no more than 5 liters of adipose tissue, while we can remove - such as with the use of modern vacuum liposuction - up to 12 liters of fat at once. The operation is followed by the prescribing of effective modern analgesics, plus reliable compression undergarments. Taken together, this lets our patients feel quite comfortable after discharge and resume their normal lifestyle. Of course, ladies who’ve had 12 liters of adipose tissue removed and those who’ve lost just 1-2 will feel quite different. But remember - at our clinic, no one’s planning to make a sick person out of a healthy one. That’s not in our common interests.

Upper-arm lift

Upper-arm lift

An upper-arm lift is an operation aimed at eliminating drooping skin of the inner upper arms with a reduction in their thickness (circumference). Surgical intervention results in an improvement in the proportions of the upper half of the body; the patient gains the opportunity to buy and wear more open clothes - short-sleeved T-shirts and sundresses, etc.