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Skin damage and tumours, often caused by sun damage, should be removed whole and healthy after diagnosis in order to prevent further spread. The removal of skin tumours such as basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma or even melanoma on the face or body poses a special medical-aesthetic challenge, because for a safe result, a significantly larger area of skin must be operated on around the tumour than the area directly affected by the tumour.
Very often, direct skin closure is no longer possible as a result. In these cases, special surgical methods are required to achieve not only safe but also beautiful results. Thanks to our high-quality and aesthetic know-how, we can achieve very beautiful and at the same time medically safe results with special flap techniques or skin grafts. These procedures can usually be performed under local anaesthesia in our surgery without the need for further hospitalisation.
The piercing of a piercing hole causes a new canal to grow where the piercing is in the skin, which over time becomes completely overgrown with skin. If the piercing is removed after some time, a hole still remains that is completely covered with normal cornea and the channel can therefore no longer grow closed. To remove this piercing hole, the piercing channel that is covered by skin has to be punched out and sutured with a special suturing technique. Piercing holes around the mouth as well as in the nose can be removed in this way.
The result will be a much less noticeable scar, but you should still expect a minimal scar to remain. This procedure can be performed under local anaesthesia in the surgery without hospitalisation.
Medical reconstructive earlobe correction can have different manifestations:
The earlobe is partially torn after it has been pierced for earrings or piercings, the earring therefore no longer holds in its original position.
The earlobe is completely torn through, caused by an accident.
The earlobe has been massively expanded by wearing jewellery.
Depending on how much the earlobe is stretched, whether it is only partially or completely torn, there are different techniques under local anaesthesia to reconstruct the earlobe. After such a reconstructive medical intervention, a new piercing is possible after 3-6 months – depending on the state of healing.
This procedure can be performed under local anaesthesia in the surgery without hospitalisation.
Sewing up earlobes: one-sided € 490,- / both-sided € 690,-.
Torn earlobe: one-sided € 690,- / both-sided € 990,-
Earlobe overstretched (reconstruction): one-sided: € 890,- / both-sided € 1.390,-
With medical reconstructive surgery on the face, asymmetries caused by loss of volume with age or accidents can be corrected. Degraded fatty tissue is restored and the face is given volume and freshness again.
If this is not enough, we offer numerous other treatment methods that can restore some youth to the face. Due to our high medical-aesthetic standards, we can develop an individual high-quality treatment concept that leads to optimal results and patient satisfaction.
We not only work with volume-giving hyaluronic acid fillers, Botox or even minimally invasive thread lifts, but can also achieve first-class results with numerous new treatments. We are the leaders in many methods throughout Austria.
You are also welcome to contact us by phone at: 01 353 55 55 or use our contact form. Please note that the next available online date may not necessarily be the next available date. Please feel free to call us if no suitable online appointment is available.
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