The facial structure is due in thirds and for beauty to exist these thirds are of equal vertical dimension, in some cases for genetic reasons or for bad breathing during childhood, the Middle Third of the Face is shortened and is shorter than the Upper Third And the lower third, In these cases the patient has a short face, the solution is to correct the problem by elongation of the middle third, correcting the bone of that facial region
The chin is responsible for the beauty of the lower facial third, and if it is small and not properly projected, it produces a deformity in the neck, the angle of the neck is very open, there may be a pseudo double chin, it influences the position of the lower lip . It is said that its projection and form are important for a beautiful face
The deformities of the mandible can produce aesthetic and functional alterations, alter the occlusion and decrease the space of the upper airway, depending on the problem, when these problems are evaluated by a 3D CT and identify the problem, then the corrective surgery Those disproportions: elongating the jaw or shortening it, correcting the deviation or laterality of the jaw
Liposuction is a sanitary technology that is used in cosmetic surgery and allows a remodeling of the silhouette through the extraction of fat or adipose tissue from various sites of the body using a cannula or syringe connected to a suctioning machine (mechanical liposuction ), Or by ultrasound (ultrasonic liposuction).
Abdominoplasty is a complex surgical procedure of abdominal wall reconstruction, consisting of elimination of excess skin, excess fat and tension of the abdominal wall muscles with the ultimate goal of reshaping the abdomen, waist and shape Of the trunk of the body.
Breast augmentation or augmentation mammoplasty are terms of plastic surgery, both for breast implant and for fat grafting, which are used to increase size, change shape, and alter the texture of the breasts.
Gluteoplasty or gluteoplasty is a procedure that improves the volume and projection of the gluteal zone. There are different techniques to improve the shape and volume of buttocks, such as implant placement, liposuction or lipoinjection.
It is a procedure to correct the fall or ptosis of the breast plus the reduction of the size of the mammary gland. It applies to women with large breasts (hypertrophy) or fallen (ptosic) breasts. The amount of breast tissue changes proportionally to weight, pregnancy, and hormonal changes.
It is a surgical procedure in which the aesthetic problems of the nose, such as the bony hump, the bone protruding from the back of the nose resembling a hump, the deviations to the right or left of the whole of the nose
It is the surgery that seeks to rejuvenate the eyelids by the remodeling of the periocular tissues. It is performed mainly for aesthetic reasons, but in some cases it is performed only for visual reasons (functional blepharoplasty) as the fall of the skin of the upper eyelids can cause a reduction of the visual field.
Cleft lip, cleft lip to congenital defect consisting of a cleft or gap in the upper [lip]. The cleft lip originates from incomplete fusion of the maxillary and nasomedial processes of the embryo and is one of the most frequent birth defects (approximately 15% of congenital malformations). It presents, frequently, accompanied by cleft palate or cleft palate.
Hemifacial microsomia (HFM) is a congenital disorder that affects the development of the lower half of the face, most commonly the ears, mouth and jaw. It usually occurs on one side of the face, but both sides are sometimes affected. If it is severe, it can result in breathing difficulties due to obstruction of the trachea - sometimes even requiring a tracheotomy. With an incidence in the range of 1: 3500 to 1: 4500, it is the second most common birth defect of the face, after cleft lip and cleft palate. HFM shares many similarities with Treacher Collins syndrome.
Craniosynostosis or premature closure of the sutures is a congenital disorder in which premature closure of one or more of the sutures that separate the bones from a baby's skull occurs. Occasionally children have other congenital problems, they may have mental retardation, although usually the only defect is the longitudinal and narrow growth of the head, instead of growing wide
Treacher Collins syndrome is a genetic disease characterized by craniofacial deformities such as absence of cheek bones. Its cause is a mutation of a gene of chromosome 5 and can be of spontaneous form or by the hereditary transmission of the defective gene, that prevents the correct formation of the bones of the skull, the cheek and the jaw. This pattern of inheritance is called "dominant" and this affects both men and women alike (autosomal) ..
Pierre Robin syndrome is a congenital disease, present from the moment of birth, characterized by abnormalities in the face, mouth and lower jaw. The name of the condition comes from the French surgeon and stomatologist Pierre Robin (1867-1950) .1
The main symptoms are the existence of an excessively small jaw (micrognathism), a tongue that falls backwards (glossoptosis) and a cleft and arched palate. As a consequence, affected children have great difficulty in suctioning and feeding. In addition, coordination between swallowing and breathing is difficult, with frequent respiratory obstructions and occasional vagal syncopations.2 3
Congenital deformities of the orbit, which manifest at birth and produce changes in the shape, projection, position and relationship between eye and orbit. Many of these anomalies produce serious aesthetic deformities
Breast reconstruction following cancer is one of the safest and most rewarding surgical procedures in the plastic surgery for the patient. The development of new techniques enables the plastic surgeon to create a breast that is very similar in shape, texture and characteristics to the non-operated. In addition, in most cases it is possible to perform the reconstruction at the same time as the breast is removed, avoiding the patient the experience of being mastectomized.
Burns are one of the least frequent accidents, but one of the most serious we can have. That is why, lately the reparative surgeries for this type of scars are very required, since the results that are obtained are really excellent