Aesthetic surgery

Aesthetic (cosmetic) surgery reshapes the normal structures of the face and body in order to improve the external appearance and achieve psychological satisfaction of the patient.

Cosmetic surgery in recent times is more efficient than even five years ago, with a more natural appearance. Some treatments are more affordable.

However, you should always keep in mind that new and more exciting is not always better. At the Polyclinic, we always emphasize a dose of “healthy skepticism” as an important part of medicine, not just aesthetics. If something sounds too good to be true – fast, simple, without much effort – it probably isn’t.

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Glava i vrat
  • Aesthetic surgery (correction) of the nose – rhinoplasty
  • Revision (secondary) nose correction
  • Aesthetic eyelid surgery – blepharoplasty (including eyebrow lifting)
  • Correction of outstanding and malformed ears – otoplasty
  • Reconstruction of the face and neck – facelift (and variations of lifting individual parts of the face – temporal lift, midface lift, neck lift)
  • Aesthetic implants for the jaw and face – implants
  • Liposuction and lipofilling of the face and neck – transfer of own fat tissue – liposuction
  • Gender affirmation surgery (transfeminine, transmasculine) – is performed multidisciplinary in a team that includes a plastic surgeon. The goal of this surgery is to achieve the individual physical appearance and functional characteristics of the gender that the patient feels belongs to. There are many procedures grouped as transwomen (MTF) and transmen (FTM) that help achieve this goal.
  • Lip correction (lip lift)
  • Aesthetic breast surgery (including augmentation with implants, lifting of drooping breasts, defect reconstructions and areola surgery)
  • Correction of gynecomastia (reduction of the mammary gland) in men
  • Body liposuction
  • Abdominoplasty (reconstruction of the abdominal wall)
  • Other procedures
Jacques Jospeh, otac plastične kirurgije

Jacques Joseph (nee Jakob Lewin Joseph), 1865-1934, the father of modern facial plastic surgery.