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Plastic Surgery In Austria

Plastic Surgery In Austria


The surgery dedicated to ear aesthetics is otoplasty, performed in particular for the correction of protruding ears.


However, this is not the only corrective ear procedure. In fact, otoplasty can also be performed to remedy ear malformations.


In particular, with the operation, it is possible to correct dysmorphia of various types such as the known "cauliflower ears" typical of rugby players, ie a deformity of the structure of the ear produced by the frequent splitting in-game scrums that cause chronic perichondritis.


Reconstructive plastic surgery in Austria is, in such circumstances, necessary for the removal of the compromised tissue and to restore the structure and shape of the ear.

Ear defects corrected with surgery are also those that affect the lobes when they have been modified by the use of heavy earrings or dilators.


In other cases, reconstructive otoplasty is performed to reduce the ears themselves, with the removal of excess cartilage and reconstruction of the antelice.


The surgical procedures are performed under local anesthesia with sedation, but the operative timing varies in relation to the type of aesthetic auricular defect presented by the patient.




Forehead wrinkles? Plastic surgery takes care of it!


Against the inevitable aging process of our face, aesthetic interventions have always proved to be faithful allies for continuing to maintain a young and fresh appearance. In particular, with regard to forehead wrinkles, one of the most requested surgical procedures to eliminate them is the brow lift.


This endoscopic procedure is indicated for the correction of imperfections that characterize the forehead and the eyebrow area.


The operation, performed under local anesthesia with sedation, involves stretching the frontal skin through incisions made near the scalp. In this way the surgeon performs the detachment and repositioning of the skin tissue and muscles of the area.


However, in the last few years, the procedure with the endoscopic technique is preferred for the brow lift. This is an operation that involves 3 or 5 small incisions to insert an endoscopic probe and surgical instruments.


Therefore, a bicoronal access is not performed, but small accesses of a maximum of one centimeter are hidden inside the scalp. However, the technique is preferred in selected cases. In fact, it is not indicated in the presence of deep wrinkles and excess skin.


Once the brow lift has been performed and the post-operative recovery times have elapsed, it will be possible to admire a more toned face and a forehead free of imperfections.




When you choose to resort to plastic surgery to increase, a concern common to many women arises about the possible loss of breast function: breastfeeding.


Although in fact, the desire to turn to breast augmentation is great, on the other hand the fear of being able to compromise the function of breastfeeding is often such as to condition the choice to undergo the operation. But are there really risks of using breast augmentation?


A breast augmentation surgery involves the insertion of silicone implants through the execution of incisions usually made within the inframammary sulcus or in the peri-areolar site. These are areas of the breast chosen not only to guarantee a total absence of evident scarring after the operation.


The breast areas in which the incisions are made also allow to preserve the functionality of breastfeeding. Furthermore, it must be clarified that the positioning of the breast implants does not affect the activity of the milk ducts as it will not be necessary to cut them during the surgical procedure.


However, it is important to point out that, although there are no particular and specific risks of losing the function of breastfeeding with breast augmentation, the question is different whether, to obtain a new, more harmonious breast, one will undergo a breast reduction or breast lift. In this case, in fact, the risk is higher.


It is, therefore, necessary to carefully evaluate any possible risk of the various breast plastic surgery procedures.




Poorly toned skin and accumulations of fat are imperfections that can affect different areas of our body and among these, the knees are not exempt.


Also, victims of the effects of the passage of time, the knees undergo important changes both on a functional and aesthetic level, and in many cases, an inactive lifestyle is also affected.


Eliminating the imperfections of this area of ​​the body is not easy and that is why cosmetic plastic surgery is increasingly used. In particular, for the correction of the knees, liposculpture surgery is particularly suitable, a surgical procedure that aims at the remodeling of this area to obtain a more toned and rejuvenated appearance.


The operation is performed under local anesthesia with sedation and involves the removal of excess adipose tissue through the use of a suction cannula. The latter is inserted in the area of ​​interest through a small incision which will subsequently be invisible.

Liposculpture has an average duration of about 30 minutes.


In more complex cases, especially when the knees also have an excess of skin tissue, liposculpture is associated with a lifting of the area which prolongs the operating times.




Androgenetic alopecia, commonly known as baldness, is an aesthetic problem that affects men and women of all ages and represents, in many cases, a blemish that can affect social relationships and undermine self-esteem.


This is why DIY solutions are often used to hide the absence of hair, from toupees to hats. However, there are also those who prefer to opt for definitive solutions by undergoing surgical procedures.


Currently, among the most accredited solutions to remedy the aesthetics undermined by androgenetic alopecia, in fact, there are hair transplant operations. In particular, among the most performed procedures for baldness, there is an autotransplant operation with the FUE technique (Follicular Unit Excision).


Auto transplantation with this technique is particularly indicated mostly in cases where the hair transplant involves limited and not too large areas for which it is therefore not necessary to implant a large number of follicular units.


This procedure involves the single excision of the follicular units which will subsequently be reimplanted in the depressed areas of the head. The hair removal, one by one, of the FUE technique is performed using very thin circular scalpels, called punches, with a diameter of less than a millimeter. Hair transplant surgery is performed under local anesthesia, possibly with sedation.


For the results of the procedure, however, it will be necessary to wait several months. In the first phase, in fact, the head will be covered by crusts destined to fall on their own, and only after a period of healing will the growth of new hair be activated.


Cost of Plastic Surgery In Austria

  • Procedure Cost Rhinoplasty $5000 

  • Tummy tuck $3200 

  • Liposuction $2700 

  • Hymenoplasty $1200 

  • Mammoplasty $8000 

  • Hair transplant $6000