The treatment process for breast augmentation – our 5 P’s
1. Patient selection & education
As a doctor, to be able to say: “I don’t do that!”, can be the most important thing. Sometimes the best surgery is that which is not carried out.
The right implants for the right person, properly positioned, gives the correct result – the golden ratio.
Everything follows a schedule. Nothing happens by chance, everything is done for a reason. From drawing on the body to choosing implants.
To perform an optimal surgical flow where everyone knows their role, before, during and after surgery.
5. Post-operative care
Doctors, healthcare professionals and the patient takes responsibility after the surgery, for the best results, with follow-ups and guarantees.
Patient selection & education
To operate on the right patients, at the correct indication, is one of the most important factors in getting a good end result on those patients who have surgery.
Sometimes the best surgery is the one never performed.
Safety first, is always our motto.
Choosing the right technique and implant based on a patient’s size and anatomical conditions provides an aesthetic results with few complications.
When you look at a face or a nose and decide what technique to use, it’s all about finding a balance.
To strive to achieve “the golden ratio” creates harmony.
Before every operation the patient is photographed, also with a 3D camera. On the day of surgery, the patient is marked in detail.
Together with the patient suitable implant are selected, based on the patient’s dimensions and prerequisites.
Medication and the aftercare is also planned for each patient. In addition, the operating room is being prepared very carefully according to fixed
A skillfully executed operation is performed effectively, with minimal bleeding, and under controlled, sterile conditions for the best long-term results.
get help to quickly get you started with movements under specific programmes, is important for a good result.
Through regular follow-up visits, we also measure the quality of the surgical outcome and reduce complications.
In other words, our relationship with the patient does not end when the last stitch is set.
That’s when a lifelong responsibility begins for the doctor.