Restoration – Skin tumors
Craniofacial surgery, during which, the face and skull bones are repositioned, in order to correct a congenital problem, or following an injury.
Clef lip / Palate. A restorative operation is performed on these complaints about the formation (congenital abnormality), in order to correct and close the gap caused by the deficient growth of the upper lip (cleft lip) and the palate (cleft palate).
Hand surgery. Through restorative hand surgical operations, congenital problems (e.g. syndactyly (webbed fingers)), or problems caused by tumors, injuries, or various syndromes (carpal tunnel syndrome) can be treated.
Burns surgery: An immediate treatment of burns is performed, and wherever required, deficits are covered with skin grafts, or, subsequently followed by the modification and improvement of post-burn scars.
Surgical removal of tumors, and wherever allowed, simultaneous restoration (mastectomy and immediate restoration), and / or covering of deficits by using muscle and skin grafts.
Microsurgery. This surgical technique allows us to stitch tissues together, by using a microscope, for example stitching nerves, vessels, etc.
Restoration – Breast aplasia
In any case, we consider prevention as important, and emphasize the significance of breast self-examination, as well as preventive tests. The preventive examination of skin nevi (lumps) is included in these tests, in regular intervals (or as frequently as the surgeon recommends it). This examination is performed with a special apparatus, which can give us highly reliable results about the depth of the lump, collagen disorder etc., in order for the timely removal of the lumps that are considered to carry a risk of transformation, to be decided.
Eyelid ptosis is a frequent event in eye surgery, whether it is of cosmetic or reconstructive nature. This phenomenon is invoked by the congenital abnormality in the growth of the fascia of the levator muscle. The problem is solved with blepharoplasty, by correcting the levator muscle. The ptosis can be corrected by itself, or in conjunction with upper eyelid blepharoplasty. Although the goal of this operation is to restore the eyelid to its normal position, eye protection should also be ensured, and any potential underlying pathological cause should be diagnosed.