Cirugía de Mentón
Cirugía de Nariz
Ninguna otra técnica de reducción de grasa supera a la liposucción en resultados y garantías para los pacientes.
Cirugía de Orejas
La Otoplastia es una sencilla intervención que remodela o reduce el tamaño de las orejas, logrando una correcta simetría de las mismas, en consonancia con el rostro.
Implantes Mamarios Poliuretano
Principales Ventajas de los Implantes Mamarios de Poliuretano:
  • Tasa de contractura capsular más reducida;
  • No se mueve, ni se desplaza de la posición de implantación;
  • Membrana con barrera – transudación baja;
  • La menor incidencia de seroma;
  • Mejores resultados estéticos – más naturales.
Cirugía de Párpados


It is the procedure that gives better results when it is well indicated.

The ideal patients for liposculpture are those with fat clusters in specific areas, such as above the buttocks, upper back, flanks, abdomen, thighs, inner knees, jowls and the outer side of the arms . The patient should have good skin coverage with good elasticity (without excess skin or sagging) to adequately accommodate the contour after extraction. The great advantage of this procedure is that it leaves a minimal mark that is hidden in the natural folds of the body.

Although in its beginnings we did not indicate it in cases of obese people, today we realize it with relative frequency. It has been proven that it gives good results in this type of patients, not only by the removal of fat, but also by the stimulation of the improvement of the contour and by the metabolic change caused by the decrease of fat in the body.

The procedure can be performed alone or accompanied by any other aesthetic procedure. When done as a single procedure, the patient can be discharged on the same day. It is performed under sedation and epidural or local anesthesia.


  • The night before dinner had something light. Do not ingest anything from 12:00 pm.

  • Do not take aspirin for at least two weeks before surgery.

  • Supplements such as Omega3, Ginkgo Biloba, Vitamin E (over 800 mg.) Should be discontinued at least five days before operating.

  • Do not smoke 15 days before and after surgery.

  • You should list all the drugs or supplements you use.

  • Notify if you have had an allergic reaction to any medication.

  • Patients with a family history of breast cancer or older than 30 years will be given sonography or mammography, or both in case they do not have a recent one (less than one year).

  • If you suspect that you may be pregnant, it is important to perform a pregnancy test before proceeding with the operation.

  • Laboratory tests and cardiovascular evaluation will be done to all patients normally one or two days before the intervention in our clinic.


  • Come in total fast for at least 8 hours (including water).

  • You must make the deposit before you enter.

  • If you experience any symptoms such as cough, congestion, malaise or exaggerated nervousness, you should notify him or her.

  • Come without makeup and unpainted nails.

  • Try not to bring any clothes or valuables.

  • Bring comfortable clothes and sleeping pajamas, as well as your personal items.

  • It is important to come along with someone you trust who can accompany you even to sleep.

  • Fill in the internment forms and read and sign the medical consent for the operation. If you have any questions before signing we are ready to clarify them.

  • Before the surgery we take the preoperative photos as well as review the surgical goals and clear any last questions you have before the intervention.

  • We measure and mark the areas to be intervened.

  • Finally you will have the consultation with the anesthesiologist who will talk everything about your health and medical history. You will then take one tablet of a sleep inducer to start your sedation.

  • At the end of the surgery, the patient will spend some time in the recovery room and then be taken to his room.

  • You can drink fluids and food after the effect of anesthesia. About three hours.

  • Usually the awakening is soft and pleasant but you could feel the sensation of suspenders in the forehead.

  • The approximate time for this intervention is one and a half hours.

  • We put an elastic band to help outline the body and reduce the possibility of irregularities, as well as an epiphone to flatten the most important areas that will be moved several times a day.


  • Take antibiotics and analgesics strictly as directed.

  • It will have a compressive band (facilitated by the clinic) that can only be removed for bathing. This will be removed gradually from the month and depending on the evolution is removed completely between 60 to 75 days.

  • The first post-surgical treatment is performed after seven days of evaluation of the patient and sutures are removed. An ointment will be indicated to decrease the schistosis (bruising) which is more noticeable in the first three weeks.

  • We recommend ultrasound therapy from the sixth day and sometimes lymphatic drainage to speed up the recovery process.

  • You can sleep in the position you find most comfortable.

  • You can drive five days after surgery.

  • Avoid sun and heat for six weeks or until spots on the skin have disappeared.

  • The process of regaining sensitivity can last up to six months and you may feel tingling sensations, cramps and some discomfort during that time.

  • The patient can return to his social activities with the belt placed in most cases on the seventh day.

  • The day after the operation, the patient will be allowed to take a bath with drinking water.

  • Particular care must be taken to ensure that no creases occur which could lead to adhesions of difficult solution when using the girdle.

  • You will feel discomfort in the lipoaspirated areas mainly in the back, so you should take painkillers for at least four or five days. It is normal for feelings of tingling, cramp, stitches and a feeling of retraction of the skin to persist for a few more weeks.

  • The final result can not be assessed for at least six months.

  • You may have an increase in temperature, especially in the afternoons, the first few days after the procedure.