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Cosmetic surgery treatments in Alicante
The appearance of sagging tissue, weight loss and excessive sun exposure accelerate the ageing process. Find out what facelift treatments can do for your skin
Our male patients are getting older and liposuction is the most popular cosmetic surgery procedure for those areas that are resistant to diet and exercise. Get to know all the treatments indicated for men
We are breast specialists and offer you the best surgical techniques adapted to all needs: breast augmentation and reduction, breast augmentation and lift and breast reconstruction.
It is one of the most demanded specialities to achieve a more harmonious and defined body contour in a short time. In combination with abdominoplasty you will achieve a slimmer body silhouette.
We have the best ways of financing cosmetic surgery in Alicante. Contact us and we will advise you on the financing plan that best suits your needs and preferences.
Abdominal flaccidity is very common after pregnancy, weight changes and lack of exercise. This cosmetic surgery can be combined with liposuction techniques and effectively removes excess skin and fat from the abdomen.
Dr. Teresa Bernabeu Abad
Degree in Medicine from the University of Alicante.
Specialist in cosmetic, plastic and reconstructive surgery in Alicante.
Area Specialist in Reconstructive, Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery at the General Hospital of Alicante for more than 15 years.
Full member of the SECPRE (Spanish Society of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery), with more than ten years of experience in the daily practice of Plastic and Aesthetic Surgery in Alicante.
We finance your cosmetic surgery treatment in Alicante
We offer you one of the best ways of financing cosmetic surgery in Alicante.
Most common questions about cosmetic surgery
In Spain, the Social Security offers a range of free medical services through its public health system. For cosmetic surgeries, the Social Security covers some procedures that are considered necessary to improve the health and quality of life of patients.
Among the cosmetic surgeries that may be covered by Social Security are breast reconstruction after mastectomy, correction of congenital or acquired malformations, such as cleft lip or cleft palate, and restorative surgery after accidents or burns
It is important to bear in mind that each case is assessed individually by health professionals and it is determined whether the cosmetic surgery in question meets the requirements to be covered by Social Security. In addition, the authorisation process may take time and be subject to resource availability.
The results of facelift surgery can last for several years, but are not permanent. The average duration of results varies from 5 to 10 years, but some patients may experience a shorter or longer duration. After a period of time, the effects of aging may begin to reappear and may require additional surgeries to maintain the results.
Although the effect of facelift surgery can be long-lasting, it does not mean that the natural ageing process will stop. Proper skin care, such as sun protection and the use of skin care products, can help prolong the results of surgery.
In addition, it is essential that patients discuss their goals and expectations with their plastic surgeon prior to the procedure to better understand the results they can expect and the options available to maintain the long-term effects.
In general, most patients who undergo a facelift are between the ages of 40 and 60, when the signs of ageing start to become more noticeable. However, some people may consider the procedure at an earlier age if they experience signs of premature ageing.
On the other hand, age is not the only factor to consider when deciding whether a facelift is right for a particular patient. The patient’s general health, skin type and goals are also important factors to consider. There is no single “right” age to have a facelift, as this depends on each patient’s individual needs and goals.
Recovery after cosmetic surgery can vary depending on the type of procedure performed and the patient’s health. In general, it is recommended that patients rest for at least a week after surgery and avoid strenuous physical activity for several weeks.
Although often used interchangeably, cosmetic surgery and plastic surgery are two distinct terms that refer to different types of surgical procedures.
Plastic surgery is a medical speciality that focuses on the reconstruction or repair of physical defects, whether due to congenital malformations, trauma or disease. These procedures can be performed for medical reasons, cosmetic reasons or both.
Cosmetic surgery, on the other hand, focuses on improving the patient’s physical appearance and is performed for aesthetic, not medical, purposes. Cosmetic surgery procedures may include reshaping facial features, breast augmentation or reduction, liposuction, tummy tuck and others.
It is important to note that although plastic surgery may include cosmetic procedures, such as breast reconstruction surgery after mastectomy, plastic surgery is a medical speciality that goes beyond cosmetic procedures.
It should be noted that any surgical procedure carries certain risks and cosmetic surgery is no exception. Common risks of cosmetic surgery include anaesthetic complications, infection, bruising, blood clots and poor healing of incisions.
In addition, the results of cosmetic surgery can be unpredictable and do not always meet the patient’s expectations. This may lead to a need for additional revisions or corrections.
The likelihood of experiencing these risks can also be affected by a number of factors, such as the patient’s general health, the surgeon’s experience and the nature of the procedure itself.