Plastic surgery

Plastic surgery

AIWA Clinic’s plastic surgeons resolve not only aesthetic, but also functional problems.

Plastic surgery is a field of medicine involving the practice of highly specific, detail-oriented and irreplaceable work, because it improves the human body, resolving congenital defects, growths that emerge over the course of a lifetime, reducing signs of the body aging process. These could be aesthetic and functional problems that cause the patient emotional and physical discomfort and influence his or her psychological state and self-awareness. Contemporary plastic surgery that uses state-of-the-art medical apparatus and healing methods, makes it possible to obtain excellent results in this realm.


AIWA Clinic offers a wide range of plastic surgery services, ensuring that the clinic can help each patient to find the solution best suited to resolving his or her state of health and aesthetic problems.

For patients who, having spent all their lives with a physical defect or quirk, have finally decided to resolve it with the help of plastic surgery, plastic surgery is a process that can help them to start living for real, because they are longer hindered by fear or a senses of exclusion and not belonging. As his or her self-esteem changes, a person’s life can undergo a rapid change for the better, opening up opportunities that the patient previously avoided out of fear or shame.

  • Otoplasty makes it possible to resolve one of the most common congenital visual defects. Dissatisfaction with the size and position of one’s ears is commons. Similarly, our plastic surgeons are frequently called on to perform ear lobe corrections, because ear lobes tend to be damaged by jewellery. There are also required to repair damage resulting from fashion trends, as a result of which large holes (“tunnels”) form in ear lobes. Dissatisfaction with one’s natural appearance or that resulting from injuries can also be negated by nose jobs which make it possible to remove obstacles that hamper breathing or effect corrections in size and form. A distinct, large or asymmetric nose is another common aesthetic problem that patients seek to resolve with the help of specialists in plastic surgery.
  • Almost everyone would like to discover the secret to eternal youth and rest easy in the knowledge that they will continue to look good in their old age. Unfortunately, although body aging is unavoidable, plastic surgery can reduce the consequences of this process. Face lifts help patients to look many years’ younger. This is achieved by a skin stretching treatment, including the eradication of fatty tissue and correction of muscles. Overall, it significantly improves facial contours, making skin tighter and firmer. A highly beneficial effect in the reduction of aging signs is provided by blepharoplasty (upper and lower eyelid plastic surgery), making it possible to raise eyelids that have slipped down, preventing bags and rings under the eyes. Liposuction improves the shape of various parts of the body, reducing the subcutaneous layer of fat and thus changes the aesthetics of the body. However, this is not a weight reduction method.
  • Plastic surgery is a solution if a patient wants to improve his or her appearance after weight loss or rapid changes in his or her body such as those that occur after giving birth. After weight loss, a patient’s joy at the results of his or her work is often undermined by the realization that his or her skin has not adapted to this process all that well. It tends to sag, look unhealthy and can be covered with stretch marks. This is an obstacle to the improved appearance that the patient had hoped to obtain after weight loss. An arm lift makes it possible to remove surplus and sagging skin in this body zone, making the upper arm firmer. This problem will develop not only in the case of weight loss, but also during the aging process, as skin loses its elasticity. A tummy tuck reinforces muscles, eradicates surplus skin, layers of fat and improves body shape after weight changes, including after birth.
  • Plastic surgery can also help to successfully resolve more delicate issues, when corrections are required to breasts or intimate areas of the body. This is not always merely a question of aesthetics, but can also resolve problems of a sexual or medical nature. Breast augmentation surgery and labiaplasty eradicate both congenital and arbitrarily obtained defects that impair a patient’s ability to live life to the full and undermine his or her self-confidence.
  • Scar correction is an integral part of plastic surgery. A scar is a defect that a patient is not obliged to accept, because it can be successfully eradicated, restoring an attractive appearance and helping the patient to regain his or her self-confidence.

AIWA Clinic offers minimally invasive and healing surgical methods. Therefore, after undergoing operations, patients need to remain at the clinic for no more than a few hours or one to two days at most. Nowadays, plastic surgery is not a luxury but a required medical field, which helps patients to feel and look better, improving their quality of life.

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Blepharoplasty (upper / lower eyelid plastic surgery)

Blepharoplasty – eyelid correction is an aesthetic operation, during which the drooping skin of eyelids can be raised, bags and dark rings under the eyes can be removed, and swelling and other slightly noticeable signs of aging in the eye zone can be eradicated. During the operation, excess skin and/or fat hernias, which are located under the muscle, are removed. Scars are practically invisible and tend to be embedded within the natural folds of the eye zone.

The operation is carried out under a local anaesthetic, and the patient remains in hospital for a couple of hours after the operation.

Face lift

A plastic operation on the face – the goal of the operation is to rejuvenate and correct changes in the face and neck area resulting from aging, as a result of which the patient ends up looking 7–8 younger. During the procedure, facial skin is stretched, excess fatty tissue is removed and muscles are reinforced. After the operation, scars are mainly confined to the hairy part of the head. The optimal result becomes visible 3–6 months after the operation, depending on the extent of the operation.

The operation is usually carried out under a general anaesthetic, and the patient usually spends 24 hours in hospital.

More often than not, this operation is carried out on women and men over the age of 40.

Otoplasty

Correction of the shape of the ear that is suitable for eradicating protruding ears and distinct asymmetry, and for correction of various ear shell deformations. During the procedure, the desired form and curvature is created for ear cartilage. In order for scars not to visible, the incision is made behind the ear.

The operation is carried out under a local anaesthetic, and in the case of children – under a general anaesthetic, the patient remains in hospital for a couple of hours after the operation. It can be performed on children aged six years and over.

Ear lobe correction

During the operation, deformations are corrected, resulting in the reduction in the size of the ear lobe, the lifting of the ear lobe, correction of a split lobe (after pulling out an earring), and eradication of lobe “tunnels”. The operation is carried out under a local anaesthetic, and patient can go home immediately after the operation.

Nose job (rhinoplasty)

A nose job can help to correct the size of the patient’s nose, alter the tip of the nose, narrow the nostrils or change the angle between the nose and the upper lip, correcting congenital defects or those resulting from an injury, as well as to relieve various breathing problems. Unless it is absolutely necessary, this operation is not recommended to be carried out on anybody under 14–16 years of age. Depending on the type of deformation, corrections can only be made to the bony part of the nose (e.g. in the case of a nasal hump) and/or in the part comprised of cartilage (nose tip rhinoplasty), but they can also be carried out in combination, combining correction of both the bony part of the nose and the cartilage.

The operation is usually carried out under a general anaesthetic, and the patient typically spends 24 hours in hospital.

Breast enlargement (augmentation)

The goal of the operation is to rejuvenate and/or improve the aesthetic appearance of the mammary glands. This is primarily done, utilizing silicon gel-filled mammary gland implants of various shapes and sizes. This operation is carried out in instances in which the patient is dissatisfied with the size and/or form of the breasts, and in cases, when the mammary gland has lost its form after breast feeding or changes in weight, etc. The operation is carried out under a general anaesthetic, and the patient usually spends 24 hours in hospital.

Tummy tuck (abdominoplasty)

The goal of the operation is to strengthen the muscles of the frontal wall of the stomach and to get rid of excess skin and a layer of subcutaneous fat, thus improving and strengthening the form of the stomach. Correction of the shape of the stomach is carried out on both men and women. Typical obesity among men is related to an increase in the skin’s fatty layer, as well as to weakness of the stomach wall muscles. For women, deformation of the contours of the stomach is mainly related to the stretching of press muscles after pregnancy and birth. In addition, it is worth noting that abdominal plastic surgery is necessary in cases in which a significant loss of weight has left a patient with excess skin. The operation is usually carried out under a general anaesthetic, and the patient usually spends 24 hours in hospital.

Labia plastic surgery (labioplasty)

During this operation, the form or size of the labia are corrected – usually involving the correction of asymmetric or overly large intimate folds of skin, which can be a congenital and inherited defect, as well as hanging skin in the case of flaccid labia minora. Essentially, this operation helps to resolve problems of an aesthetic, sexual or medical nature.

The operation is carried out under a spinal or general anaesthetic, and the patient remains in hospital for a couple of hours after the operation.

Arm lift

Tightening upper arm skin, otherwise known as brachioplasty, is a surgical procedure, during which fat and excess skin are removed from the patient’s upper arms. This procedure is mainly carried out on patients after a rapid and/or large weight loss when their skin is unable to tighten sufficiently, as well as in cases of aging skin when skin can lose its elasticity and become flaccid.

The operation is usually carried out under a general anaesthetic, and the patient usually spends 24 hours in hospital.

Scar correction

After an injury, burns or operation, or else as a result of tissue damage from some illness, scar tissue always forms. Overall, there is no need to operate on scars that are a little stretched or irregular, except for instances in which it is possible to significantly improve their appearance. In such cases, scar correction is considered to be cosmetic.

Sometimes, scars can be extremely deforming, because of their location or development. They can impair limb movements, cause pain, undermine the functioning of adjoining organs, ulcerate or bleed, or form keloids (keloids are scars that are markedly raised and overgrown). In such instances, correction of the scar is considered to be reconstructive. Even though the overall appearance of the scar often improves after such operations, the main reason for the correction of such scars is not cosmetic, but rather because of the subsequent improvement in functions.

The operation is carried out under a local anaesthetic and the patient remains in hospital for a couple of hours after the operation.

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