Precision measurements, optometric treatments, laser treatment, pedriatic ophthalmology...
Wisdom teeth surgery, pre-prosthetic surgery, removal of cysts and tumours, facial reconstructive surgery...
Rhinoplasty, otoplasty, facelift, botox treatment, skin lesions surgery, head and neck reconstruction...
When do I need eye surgery?
Surgery is recommended when the patient begins to have difficulty performing everyday tasks.
Is oral surgery painful?
No. The current techniques of local anesthesia and sedation allow all kinds of interventions inside the mouth without causing any pain to the patient.
Which are the most commonly performed cosmetic surgeries?
The three most commonly performed plastic surgeries are: nose (rhinoplasty ), breasts (increase or breast reduction) and abdominal (tummy tucks and liposuction).
I am not satisfied with the appearance of my face. How can I improve it?
Many aesthetic face problems stem from structural problems of the bones of the face. Therefore, by changing the shape, size and position of these bones, we can achieve spectacular results.Show more
What is orthognathic surgery?
Corrective jaw surgery also known as Orthognathic Surgery is performed to correct various irregularities of the facial skeleton and / or of teeth. The word " orthognathic " comes from two Greek words, "ortho" meaning right and "gnathion" which refers to the jaws. Read more
What is a maxillofacial surgeon?
Maxillofacial surgeons are specialists who treat the conditions, defects, injuries and aesthetic aspects of the mouth, teeth, jaws and face. We specialise mainly in the care of people who, for some reason, require or have required some type of oral surgery. We try to give people the facial and dental harmony they need. Read more
Parotid gland surgery
The parotid gland is a salivary gland that are two in number, located behind the jaw. Its function is to provide saliva to the oral cavity, especially during meals. Maxillofacial surgeons treat the disorders of these glands. Read more