Plastic surgery is available at Clinic Anka, which welcomes patients from all around the world. Doctors Gamze BEKTA and Ani NPOLAT, both of whom specialize in plastic surgery, founded it. These doctors have both been recognized by their peers as top surgeons. They specialize in medical aesthetics and cosmetic surgery and have received board certification in plastic surgery. In addition, they integrate the ease of collaborating in numerous reconstruction domains, like skin malignancies, scarring, and breast reconstruction.
Abdominoplasty can be a useful option for patients who have excess fat and skin in the abdominal area, as well as weakened abdominal muscles. In addition, it’s a great way to repair the separation of abdominal skin that might occur after pregnancy or rapid weight gain.
In addition to reducing the size of the patient’s waist by cutting away excess fat and repairing any damaged skin, this operation also involves sewing the patient’s abdominal muscles back together.
Aesthetic Nose Surgery
Rhinoplasty is the medical name for the procedure of surgically changing the nose to improve both the patient’s aesthetic appeal and self-perception. If you are having problems breathing through your nose, cosmetic rhinoplasty may need to be supplemented with a septoplasty, which is surgery to treat an anatomical deformity or deviation of the septum.
During rhinoplasty surgery, the most difficult step by far is the act of sculpting the bone, which is meant to alter the appearance of the nose. At this point, surgeons make use of ultrasonic technology called a piezzo to execute an elegant and freshly created osteotomy process for cutting.
Arm Lift (Brakioplasty)
Age, weight fluctuations, and genetics all play a role in the sagging of the upper arms. The Vaser liposuction technique does more than only get rid of extra fat; it also helps tighten the skin on the arms, giving the impression of more tone.
If the sagging is bad enough, though, an arm lift procedure is the best course of action. Before the upper arm is redesigned, the hanging skin is removed and the residual tissues are sutured back together. Indicated solely for those with severe abnormalities and sagging, the scar will be hidden on the inner side of the arm.
On the day of the procedure, patients have to present themselves at the clinic first thing in the morning so that they can have their blood tested. Patients often stay in the hospital for one night following surgery. A corset is required during the first six weeks following surgery.
Silicone is used in their construction, and they may be found in a range of sizes and forms, including circular and teardrop-shaped options. The size and shape of the implant are determined by the patient’s preferences, the surgeon’s experience, and the patient’s preparation for surgery. Since silicones are not naturally occurring in the human body, the immune system may react to them by causing a process called capsuler contraction.
Capsular contracture manifests as in the gradual hardening, elevation, and restriction of a breast implant. In mild to severe cases, massage and similar conservative treatments like acupuncture can be useful. Capsular excision, implant replacement surgery, or implant extraction may be necessary for severe cases.