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Anti-ageing Implants
Laser Hair Removal
Anti-ageing Laser
Anticellulite treatment
Tatoo removal
Laser Peeling (Laser resurfasing)
Pigment conditions
Chemical Peeling
Laserlipolisis (SmartLipo) 



Nose Surgery (Rhinoplasty): Cosmetic and Functional
Blepharoplasty (Eyelid Surgery, Eyelid Rejuvenation)
Neck Liposuction
Neck Lift
Face Lift
Endoscopic Brow Lift (Endoscopic Forehead lift)
Liposuction, Laser assisted Liposuction, Ultrasound assisted Liposuction,
Vibration assisted Liposuction
Otoplasty (Ear correction, Ear surgery, Prominent ears)
Breast Augmentation
Breast Augmentation + Breast Lift
Breast Reduction (Mammaplasty)
Breast Lift (Breast Elevation, Mastopexy)
Abdominoplasty (Tummy Tuck)
Mini Abdominoplasty (Mini Tummy Tack)
Gynecomastia (Male Breast Removal)
Nipple Enhancement, Inverted Nipples
Nipple Reduction
Labia Reduction( Labioplasty)
Chin Surgery (Chin Augmentation and Chin Reduction), (Mentoplasty)
Brachioplasty (Upper Arm Lift)
Cheek Surgery (Cheek Augmentation)
Surgical Peeling (Dermabrassion)
Lip Enhancement
Hair Transplantation
Buttock Lift, Brazilian Buttock Lift
Thigh Lift
Calf Implants
Breast Reconstruction (after mastectomy)
Nipple Reconstruction (after mastectomy)
Scar Revision
Burn Reconstruction
Skin cancer reconstruction including melanoma reconstruction
Hand Surgery including congenital deformities
Reconstructive Procedures
Alternative Instrumentation
Nipple Reconstruction (after mastectomy)

If possible, a Nipple Reconstruction will be done at the same time as the Breast Reconstruction. However, if it can’t be done then, a nipple can be reconstructed at a later date. This is usually some time after the Breast Reconstruction has healed and settled into its final shape and position. This enables the Plastic Surgeon to position the nipple accurately, in line with the one on your other breast. Several techniques are used to reconstruct a nipple. In the first technique, skin on the new breast can be folded into a nipple shape – this is a nipple flap. In the second technique part of the nipple on the natural breast is removed and placed on the new breast – a nipple sharing graft. Both procedures are usually done under a local anaesthetic and you should be able to go home the same day.  Tattooing after Breast Reconstruction can also give the reconstructed nipple a very good appearance. It is usually done under local anaesthetic, using either a local anaesthetic cream or an injection. The procedure usually takes 30–40 minutes. You may decide that you don’t want to have another operation to make a nipple. In this case you could have a silicone stick-on nipple, which can be attached to the reconstructed breast. These can be bought ready-made, or made to match your other nipple.





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