They're not always laugh wrinkles.

No other part of the body defines us as individuals like our face. It reflects our personality and with our facial expressions gives us our unmistakable appearance. It is our most important communication organ that reflects all our emotions. All the more, congenital or acquired changes or functional or aesthetic limitations can have considerable psychosocial consequences for the patient. In addition, the natural aging process is not as strongly "written into the face" of any organ as it is of the face itself.

An ever deeper understanding of our aging processes reveals the complexity of these processes: Soft tissue decreases, shifts and leads to contour irregularities. Connective tissue changes and slackens. Even bone degradation contributes to the creeping changes that are perceived as aging. So it is understandable that many of the facial surgical procedures are aimed at preserving our youthful and fresh appearance.
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Eyelid Lift

Eyelid lifting is one of the most frequently performed plastic surgery procedures. Since the skin around the eyes is the thinnest of the entire body, aging processes in the eye area become visible particularly early and make us look tired and old. The aim of a surgical intervention is to achieve a fresher and younger appearance.

Forehead and Brow Lift

As part of the natural aging process, the sagging of the tissue lowers the eyebrows and prominent forehead wrinkles develop. Both often give us a tired and aged appearance. The eyebrows can be lifted and the forehead smoothed by surgery, which leads to a fresher and more youthful appearance.

Prevention is the first step in slowing the inevitable aging process. Many of the changes can be treated with minimally invasive procedures. In the case of advanced changes in the aging process, however, a satisfactory and long-term result can often only be achieved surgically. Surgery of the face require a deep understanding of the anatomy and the underlying changes in the aging processes mentioned above. Thanks to our double expertise in plastic surgery and dermatology, we can offer you the ideal therapy for your needs in a spectrum from prevention to minimally invasive procedures to surgery. We are at your side as objective consultants with the ultimate goal of preserving your natural beauty.
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A modern facelift nowadays no longer consists solely of tightening the facial skin, but rather of a combination of tightening, volumization and surface treatment. Like this, the complex aging processes can be tackled and a natural result achieved.

“It has been my face. It’s got older still, of course, but less, comparatively, than it would otherwise have done. It’s scored with deep, dry wrinkles, the skin is cracked. But my face hasn’t collapsed, as some with fine feature have done. It’s kept the same contours, but its substance has been laid waste. I have a face laid waste.”
Marguerite Duras, The Lover


Protruding ears can lead to pronounced psychological stress for those affected, mostly children. A single operative correction can be carried out in childhood and thus prevent negative effects on mental health.

Neck Lift

The neck is an important aesthetic unit that has a lasting effect on the attractiveness of our appearance. The slackening of the skin and muscles leads to the loss of contour and the formation of wrinkles. A neck lift, often performed together with a facelift, allows an improvement and sharpening of the contours and reduction of wrinkles.

Facial volumization

A central part of the aging process in the face is accompanied by a reduction and shift in volume. Natural and long-lasting results can be achieved by volumizing the face with the body's own (autologous) fat tissue - an intervention that has greatly gained in popularity in recent years due to optimized techniques.

Every great work makes the human face more admirable and richer, and that is its whole secret.
Albert Camus

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