Scar
Correction

Cosmetic scar correction is done to decrease cosmetic defects caused by scars and to make scars less visible.

The correction methods differ depending on scar type. The effect depends on the size and direction of the scar, as well as on skin features and individual healing abilities.

Cosmetic scar corrections are carried out with the help of injections, medical compresses or surgical methods.

Plastic and aesthetic surgeons will professionally evaluate and identify the scar type, as well as apply the most appropriate method for achieving the best cosmetic effect.

Private Hospital Adazi specialists provide professional patient care and consultations until full recovery is reached.

Removal
of
Birthmarks

Birthmarks removal is done to eliminate cosmetic defects created by birthmarks, as well as to liquidate birthmarks that are bothersome and health threatening.

Birthmarks are advised to be removed if they are located in frequently impacted areas subject to friction, where they can be easily injured and are subject to inflammation. A birthmark can also indicate health problems if it changes colour, shape, texture or size.

Before the procedure, a specialist will identify the type of the birthmark, perform a laboratory inspection and analysis and will diagnose the possible risks.

The safest birthmark removal method is surgery. It is carried out under local anaesthesia, numbing only the area that is affected by the surgery.

During the procedure, the affected area is processed with under-skin cosmetic stitches that are removed after 7 to 9 days. When the scab disappears, the skin fully recovers in 1 to 2 weeks, leaving no scars.

It is not advised to apply any cosmetic products on the wound, including decorative make-up.

Private Hospital Adazi specialists provide professional patient care and consultations until full recovery is reached.