Plastic surgery

Chirurgia plastyczna KielcePlastic surgery and plastic surgery are no longer taboo. Not only celebtities want to improve their beauty. The plastic surgeon has become a specialist not only in better looks, but also in well-being. Because often plastic surgery becomes an antidote to complexes that many people deal with for years, hindering everyday relationships. The plastic surgery clinic has become a place where both men and women seek help from highly qualified and experienced specialists.
Plus Med Medical Center in Kielce is a place where the range of plastic surgery procedures is constantly expanding, drawing on new techniques that guarantee faster recovery and the expected results.

Plastic surgery is a branch of medicine that is divided into reconstructive surgery and aesthetic surgery. Reconstructive surgery deals with birth and acquired defects. It deals with the correction of actual or perceptible body defects. Reconstructive surgery includes craniofacial surgery, hand surgery, microsurgery, and burn treatment. The most popular branch of plastic surgery is aesthetic surgery also called cosmetic surgery. While reconstructive surgery aims to restore parts of the body or improve its functioning, cosmetic (or aesthetic) surgery aims to improve its appearance.

Plastic surgery – aimed at improving the appearance

The procedures, techniques and principles of plastic surgery are completely focused on improving the patient’s appearance. Improving aesthetics, symmetry and proportion are key goals. A plastic surgeon can perform aesthetic surgery on all areas of the head, neck and body.

Types of plastic surgery procedures:

  • Improving breast appearance: breast augmentation, breast lift, breast reduction
  • Contouring the face: correction of the nose, chin, cheeks
  • Facial rejuvenation: face lift, eyelid lift, neck lift
  • Body shaping: abdominoplasty, liposuction, gynecomastia treatment
  • Skin rejuvenation: eg with a laser

Risk of plastic surgery

As with any type of surgery, plastic surgery involves risks. The degree of risk depends on the size of the affected area, the level of experience of the surgeon and the general health of the subject. Some treatments carry a certain risk, the general ones include:

  • pain and discomfort
  • bleeding
  • infection
  • scars

The future of plastic surgery

Some trends in plastic surgery are relatively easy to predict. This is certainly an increase in the popularity of cosmetic surgery and an increase in the availability of treatments.

Continuous growth

What is certain is that plastic surgery will continue to grow with technological progress and the demand for it will grow because it will be more advanced, less invasive and more accessible.
In today’s world, most of us want to look younger and feel better. Plastic surgery can help delay aging. In the future, the desire to look young and attractive can become even more common, because people work and live longer.
There are several plastic surgeries that will become even more desirable. For example, the number of liposuction procedures in the UK and USA is increasing. As the level of obesity and overweight is increasing in these populations, it is reasonable to predict that liposuction will remain the most important plastic surgery.

Minimally invasive non-surgical methods

Non-surgical methods have also gained popularity in recent years. Patients will look for completely non-invasive methods to stop the aging process of the face and body and, as a result, ensure the desired appearance.

Stem cells

Stem cell technology is an exciting area for a plastic surgeon. Stem cells are used to regenerate cells and tissues in the human body. In the future, stem cell technologies can be combined with tissue engineering to be able to “grow” new body parts. Stem cells could also potentially be re-injected into areas as a filler that is more compatible and stable than current fillers.

Own fat transplantation will gain in popularity

The patient’s extra fat may be transferred to other parts of the body. This technique was used in plastic surgery of the breast, buttocks, face and hands.
The future of plastic surgery, which is constantly evolving and improving, is certainly a fascinating area.

Plastic operations performed in our Center:

Ear correction

  • Correction of the auricles
  • Reduction of ear lobes
  • Ear correction
  • Reconstruction of a torn lobe

Surgical eyelid correction

  • Upper eyelid surgery
  • Lower eyelid surgery
  • Sagging eyelid surgery
  • Surgical plastic surgery of the lower and upper eyelids

Face

  • Face and neck wrinkle removal (FACE LIFTING)
  • Modeling the whole face and filling wrinkles with your own fat
  • Modeling your cheeks with your own fat

Tummy tuck

  • Correction of abdominal coatings
  • Mini abdominoplasty

Breast

  • Breast augmentation with implants
  • Breast augmentation with fat tissue
  • Replacement of implants
  • Breast reconstruction with an expander
  • Breast reconstruction with your own fat
  • Breast lift
  • Breast lift + implants
  • Breast reduction
  • Breast symmetrization
  • Gynecomastia – a procedure with fat tissue modeling
  • Gynecomastia – a classic procedure
  • Plastic surgery of retracted nipples

Liposuction

  • Tummy tuck + liposuction

Nose

  • Cartilage nose correction
  • Bone nose correction – with nasal septum
  • Bone nose correction – without nasal septum
  • Labia surgery (labioplasty)

What is the cost of the procedure?
The final price of the procedure is determined individually during consultation with the doctor.

See the price list of treatments

 

Consultations and procedures in the field of plastic surgery are carried out by:

lek. med. Karolina Małek-Stelmachowska, specjalista chirurgii plastycznej

Doctor of medicine Karolina Małek-Stelmachowska
specialist in plastic surgery

lek. med. Katarzyna Michalska, specjalista chirurgii ogólnej, specjalista chirurgii plastycznej

Doctor of medicine Katarzyna Michalska
specialist in general surgery, specialist in plastic surgery