Facial Aesthetic Surgery

Face Tightening

Skin tightening of the face, or facelifting, is a surgical procedure that achieves facial rejuvenation, making the face look up to ten years younger after the intervention

As a result of aging, the skin of the face becomes lax, muscles lose their tone, and wrinkles appear. Facelifting does not stop the aging process, but it significantly slows it down.

The face tightening procedure itself involves tightening the facial muscles and removing accumulated fat and excess skin. The procedure is performed under general anesthesia, although it can also be done under local anesthesia combined with sedatives (which will sedate the patient).

This intervention can also be performed using endoscopy, where the surgeon, with the help of a special camera and instruments, monitors the entire process on a screen. This allows for making incisions only a few millimeters long, with minimal trauma to deeper structures. Face tightening can also be accompanied by eyelid correction (and brow lifting) in order to achieve the best possible result. Postoperative recovery involves staying in our hospital for up to two days after which the bandages are removed, while the sutures are taken out between the fifth and fourteenth day.

Eyelid Surgery

Blepharoplasty (eyelid tightening) is one of the most common aesthetic surgeries chosen by both sexes.

With aging, skin accumulates on both the upper and lower eyelids. Excessive laxity of the upper eyelids can lead to a reduction in the field of vision and accompanying headaches. Together with bags under the lower eyelids and wrinkles around the eyes, this gives the face an older and more tired appearance. Eyelid correction provides the patient with a fresh, rested, and youthful appearance.

During a detailed medical examination, the patient is informed about potential risks and limitations, and is given a realistic picture of what to expect after the surgery. During this examination, an individual plan is created that will suit the patient’s needs. Eyelid surgery is performed under local anesthesia, in which the patient is awake the entire time but does not feel pain during the operation. After the surgery, it is possible for swelling and bruising to occur, which typically subside within a few days. It is advisable for the patient to sleep with their head elevated during these days, and contact lenses should not be worn for the next two weeks.

Lip Correction

Lip correction is one of the popular aesthetic interventions as beautifully shaped lips are a desire of many.

Over time, the lips lose volume. Through lip correction, it is possible to increase their volume and, if necessary, alter their shape as well. This cosmetic procedure restores freshness and shine to the lips.

In consultation with our plastic surgeon, you will get a clear picture of what you want, what can be achieved, and which procedure will be used. In the operative procedure, it is possible to increase the volume of the lips (lip blush), but not their fullness. Fullness of the lips can be achieved using fillers. Fillers not only increase the fullness of the lips but can also accentuate the lip edge, and in this procedure, it is possible to soften fine lines around the lips. In our hospital, we use hyaluronic acid-based fillers (Puragen, Mentor), whose effects last from six months to a year and then rapidly disappear.

Surgical lip correction is performed under local or general anesthesia. The procedure during which fillers are used typically lasts only a few minutes and is performed under local anesthesia. After the intervention, it is recommended to apply cold compresses to the lips for a few days, and the true effect of this intervention is noticeable after four days.


Facelift surgery is considered the pinnacle of facial aesthetic surgery, symbolizing the fusion of scientific advancements and artistic precision in an effort to restore a youthful appearance to the face.

The transformation process through facelift surgery.

When undergoing a facelift, the surgeon and the patient collaboratively create a plan that not only reflects the desired aesthetic goals but also respects the patient’s unique anatomy and aesthetic values. This procedure is not uniform; it varies from person to person, meaning that detailed plans are tailored to achieve the most natural and harmonious results. At the core of this customized strategy is a detailed evaluation of the face, including the skin, bone structure, distribution of fat tissue, and overall skin elasticity, allowing the surgeon to precisely determine the best approach to tightening and remodeling the tissues.

Artistic precision and technical professionalism.

Facelift surgery is far more than just a surgical technique; it is an art that requires extraordinary ability of the surgeon to visualize the final outcome and seamlessly integrate it with the patient’s existing features. Surgeons use their knowledge and skills to gently reshape facial structures, removing excess skin and redefining contours to create a rested, refreshed look that still remains true to the patient’s natural beauty. This technique requires precision and patience, with attention focused on minimizing the visibility of scars, ensuring that the results are not only beautiful but also discreet.

Emotional and physical recovery.

Physical recovery from facelift surgery varies, with a period of rest and recovery allowing the body to heal. Emotionally, patients often experience a renewed sense of confidence as the results begin to appear, leading to a profound and positive impact on their self-esteem and overall satisfaction with life. During this period, it is important to nurture patience and maintain realistic expectations as the body adjusts to its new form.

Brow Lift

Brow lift represents a unique aesthetic surgical intervention that allows patients to regain or maintain a youthful appearance of the upper face, utilizing sophisticated techniques to adjust and enhance the natural lines of the face. This procedure not only targets lifting the brows themselves but also focuses on reducing visible signs of aging on the forehead and around the eyes, such as wrinkles and expression lines, which can make the facial expression appear older or more tired.

Basic principles of brow lift

The central idea behind brow lift is the revitalization of the forehead and eye area through precise tightening and redistribution of skin and muscle tissue. This approach not only lifts the brows to the desired position but also can reduce or eliminate deep forehead wrinkles and “angry” lines between the brows that contribute to an aged appearance. The procedure can also help open up the area around the eyes, making the gaze brighter and more attentive, which is often a desired change for many patients.

Holistic approach to facial rejuvenation

Brow lift is often more than an isolated procedure; it can be part of a holistic approach to facial rejuvenation. Surgeons carefully consider how brow lift can harmonize with other facial features, sometimes recommending combining it with other procedures, such as blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery) or facelift, to achieve a coherent, comprehensive look. Through this approach, patients not only receive brow lift but also overall facial rejuvenation that reflects their inner vitality.

Recovery and achieving harmony

Recovery after brow lift varies from person to person, but a thorough understanding of the recovery process and adherence to surgeon’s instructions are crucial for achieving optimal results.

Forehead Lift

Forehead lift, or brow lift, represents a premier aesthetic surgical intervention that targets the upper part of the face, specifically addressing the forehead and brows to counteract the effects of aging and create a fresher, younger appearance.

The choice of method for forehead lift depends on the individual needs and goals of the patient, as well as the expertise and recommendations of the surgeon. The endoscopic technique, which represents a minimally invasive approach, allows the surgeon to precisely access and modify the tissues beneath the skin using small incisions and specialized instruments. This approach minimizes visible scars and reduces recovery time, making it a popular choice for many patients.

The key to the success of forehead lift lies in creating a personalized treatment that takes into account the unique characteristics of each patient. Surgeons pay special attention to various factors such as bone structure, brow position, skin elasticity, and overall aesthetic desires to ensure that the results not only match the physical aspects but also reflect the patient’s personality and lifestyle.

The recovery phase is a crucial element of the entire forehead lift process, during which patients experience various stages of healing. Patience and adherence to the surgeon’s instructions are essential for achieving optimal results. As the body naturally adjusts to the changes and heals, patients can expect gradual improvement in appearance and reduction in the visibility of any scars.

Cheek Augmentation

Cheek augmentation is a cosmetic procedure aimed not only at physically enhancing the appearance of the face by altering the contours and volume of the cheekbones but also at improving the overall psychological state of the individual, providing them with greater self-confidence and satisfaction with their reflection in the mirror.

At the outset, cheek augmentation procedure begins with a thorough evaluation of the patient’s desires and aesthetic goals, along with a detailed analysis of the facial structure. This step is crucial for establishing a clear plan that will be precisely aligned with the specific characteristics and needs of each individual. Surgeons strive to achieve a look that not only reflects the desired changes but also contributes to the overall harmony of facial features, ensuring that the results appear natural and balanced.

By using various methods, such as implants precisely shaped to fit into the anatomical structure of the cheekbone or dermal fillers that provide flexibility in achieving the desired volume and contours, aesthetic surgeons have a wide range of tools at their disposal for achieving cheek augmentation goals. These techniques allow surgeons to address various aesthetic needs and preferences of patients, adapting the procedure to maximize the benefits of each method and minimize any potential risks or discomfort.

Wrinkle Correction

Wrinkle correction is a central process in the field of aesthetic medicine and represents a response to people’s desire to maintain a youthful appearance and skin vitality despite the inevitable aging process.

Modern aesthetic medicine offers diverse methods for wrinkle correction, ranging from superficial treatments that improve the quality and texture of the skin to deep surgical interventions that redefine structural aspects of the face. These methods, which include the use of botulinum toxin to relax muscles, dermal fillers to restore volume, and laser and light therapies to stimulate collagen production, allow for an individualized approach that can be precisely tailored to the needs of each individual.

The decision to undergo any wrinkle correction treatment is an important step that requires careful consideration and consultations with experts. Choosing an experienced dermatologist or aesthetic surgeon, who can provide detailed information about available options, potential risks, and expected outcomes, is crucial for achieving satisfaction with the results and ensuring that the treatment fits into the patient’s lifestyle and aesthetic goals.

On the path to wrinkle correction, prevention plays an equally important role as treatments. This includes regular skincare, sun protection, maintaining a healthy diet and hydration, as well as stress management, all of which can contribute to preserving youthful skin and slowing down the aging process.

Under Eye Correction

Under eye correction represents one of the most demanding aesthetic procedures, as it concerns one of the most sensitive areas of the face, around the eyes, where the skin reveals the first signs of fatigue and aging.

An Integrative Approach to Under Eye Correction

At the outset, it’s important to view under eye circles not just as an aesthetic “issue” but as an indicator that may point to various factors, including genetics, lifestyle, sleep habits, and even health conditions. In that sense, under eye correction requires a holistic approach that relies not only on treatments and procedures but also on understanding and modifying lifestyle habits that may contribute to their onset or exacerbation.

Deep Analysis and Personalized Treatments

The correction process begins with a deep analysis of individual characteristics and causes of under eye circles in each person. In some cases, minor lifestyle changes, such as improving sleep patterns and hydration, can have a positive effect on reducing the visibility of under eye circles. For those where under eye circles are a result of genetic factors or structural changes associated with aging, various aesthetic treatments can offer a solution.

Recovery and care after under eye correction are crucial for achieving and maintaining optimal results.

Jaw line

Jawline correction and definition transcend mere aesthetic desire for improving physical appearance; it delves deeply into the fabric of self-confidence and identity of an individual, offering not only a transformation in appearance but also potentially enhancing how one feels in their own skin.

Technological advancements in the field of aesthetic medicine have enabled the development of a range of methods and treatments that can be tailored to the specific needs and desires of individuals, making jawline correction more accessible and flexible than ever before. From the use of fillers, which provide quick and relatively simple corrections, to precise surgical interventions offering transformative changes, the possibilities are wide-ranging and vary in terms of invasiveness, duration of results, and recovery time.

The process of adaptation and decision-making

The decision-making process regarding jawline correction is intensely personal, requiring consideration of both aesthetic goals and practical aspects such as recovery time and long-term maintenance. This process often unfolds through detailed consultations with an aesthetic surgeon, where options are discussed, potential results visualized, and risks assessed. It’s important to ensure during this dialogue that the patient has realistic expectations and is fully informed about all aspects of the procedure.

Recovery, care, and long-term perspective

Recovery after a jawline defining procedure varies depending on the chosen method, but always involves an adjustment period during which the treated area rejuvenates. Carefully following postoperative care instructions is crucial, as is patience while the final results gradually reveal themselves.

Correction of nasolabial folds

The process of correcting nasolabial folds represents more than just a simple aesthetic fix; it’s a deeply personalized approach that takes into account the complex interaction between facial anatomy, the aging process, and individual lifestyle habits.

Nasolabial folds are among the most prominent facial features that occur as a result of natural expressions, such as laughter and smiles, but also as a consequence of the inevitable aging process. With age, the loss of collagen and elastin in the skin, along with the reduction of subcutaneous fat tissue, contribute to the formation of deep lines that can give the face a tired or older appearance. These wrinkles are not just a sign of aging; they are a reflection of life’s emotions and experiences, making them an important aspect of individual expression.

Modern methods of filling nasolabial folds are the result of advancements in scientific understanding of the skin and aesthetic medicine. Dermal fillers, for example, are used to precisely target depressions and lines, restoring lost volume and support to the skin. These materials, such as hyaluronic acid, temporarily replace natural components of the skin, resulting in visible but natural improvement. Such an approach not only reduces the depth of wrinkles but also stimulates the skin’s natural renewal processes, promoting health and vitality.

The key to success in treating nasolabial folds lies in tailoring the treatment to the specific needs and goals of each individual. Different individuals will have different causes and degrees of severity of wrinkles, which require a detailed evaluation and an approach tailored to each person’s unique characteristics.

While most treatments for filling nasolabial folds offer quick recovery and minimal side effects, it’s crucial to follow post-treatment care recommendations to maximize results and minimize any risks.

Chin correction

Chin correction is not just a cosmetic procedure; it represents a complex process that concerns the overall harmony of the face, both physically and psychologically. Sometimes the chin can be perceived as a deficiency or imbalance compared to the rest of the face, creating a sense of insecurity or dissatisfaction. Therefore, when a person decides to undergo chin correction, it can represent a significant step in the process of self-acceptance and inner peace.

The process of chin correction begins with detailed communication between the patient and the cosmetic surgeon. During these discussions, the patient expresses their desires and expectations, while the surgeon provides expert opinions and advice, taking into account facial anatomy and aesthetic principles. This dialogue is crucial to achieve the final result that not only meets aesthetic standards but also reflects the individuality and authenticity of the patient.

When it comes to chin correction techniques, there are several options available, ranging from less invasive procedures such as dermal filler injections to surgical interventions such as implant placement or genioplasty. Each of these methods has its own advantages and limitations, and the choice of the right method will depend on the specific needs and goals of the patient.

It is important to note that chin correction is not just about external appearance; it can also have a deeper psychological impact on the patient. Improving the appearance of the chin can indeed boost confidence, elevate mood, and change the way a person perceives themselves and their surroundings. Indeed, this can have a positive impact on social interactions, professional life, and overall quality of life.

Absolutely, achieving harmony between internal satisfaction and external appearance is indeed a significant aspect of successful chin correction. Indeed, through this process, patients can attain a deeper understanding and acceptance of their own appearance, which can have lasting positive effects on their emotional well-being and self-confidence.

Filling temporal hollows

Filling temporal hollows is an aesthetic procedure aimed at restoring volume and contours of the face, particularly in the area located on the lateral sides of the face, above the cheekbones.

During aging, loss of fat tissue in the temporal area can result in visible deflations, which may further accentuate wrinkles and alter facial contours. These changes can contribute to an overall impression of an older or tired appearance. Temporal hollowing, therefore, aims to correct these deficiencies by restoring volume and a youthful appearance to the face.

The techniques for filling temporal hollows can vary, but often involve the use of dermal fillers injected directly into this area. These fillers can be made from various materials, such as hyaluronic acid or calcium hydroxyapatite, and their purpose is to replenish lost volume and sculpt facial contours according to the patient’s desires.

After the treatment, patients typically can expect a quick recovery with minimal discomfort and almost immediate visible results.

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