Aesthetic & Plastic Surgery

Reconstructive plastic surgery is defined as a surgical technique and aims to reconstruct existing tissues in the body when tissues need to be removed or added. This technique can be used for many purposes such as correcting deformities resulting from the loss of a part of the body, reconstructing the skin after removal of skin cancers, or correcting congenital tissue anomalies.

The aim of reconstructive plastic surgery is to obtain a result that looks as natural as possible by using the tissues available in the body. For this purpose, the surgeon can use many different techniques, such as the transfer of skin and fat tissues, the use of bone and cartilage tissues, or the use of prostheses.

Liposuction is a surgical procedure that stands for "lipo" (fat) and "suction" (pull).

This procedure aims to remove excess fat accumulated in certain parts of the body. Liposuction is generally performed on areas such as waist, hips, legs, abdomen, chest and arms.