At your first visit, we will examine your breasts and body to determine together the implant size that will best suit your appearance and needs.
There are many reasons you may want to remove breast implants, the most common being a ruptured implant.
Large, heavy and pendulous breasts can cause back, neck and shoulder pain, as well as irritate the skin and make people feel self-conscious.
Age, weight loss and pregnancies can all change the appearance of your bust. A breast lift (mastopexy) is a good solution for women who want to improve the shape and tone of their breasts.
This breast anomaly affects a good number of women. In most cases, it is hereditary and appears at birth.
Liposuction, also known as liposculpture or lipo, is an intervention used to eliminate unwanted fatty deposits via aspiration.
For men, having large breasts can be quite embarrassing, and may lead to a loss of self-confidence. Gynecomastia can solve the problem.
Women are increasingly turning to nymphoplasty to reduce the size of their labia minora, for both practical and aesthetic reasons.
Pregnancy, aging and weight changes can cause fat to accumulate and muscles to weaken in the stomach area, which can be corrected through abdominoplasty.
The procedure to correct the nose through surgery has improved greatly over the past decades. Now, rhinoplasty doesn’t leave any scars in most cases.
It’s not only facial skin that sags, but the structures beneath it are involved as well.
Over time, the upper eyelids can droop, making you look tired or stern.