Beauty is a universal concept when it comes to the face, but due to its exposure and expressiveness, the face is always changing. Facial rejuvenation surgery is aims at enabling a patient to be happy with their looks and accepting their age at a mature rate.

The Pitanguy technique for treating facial aging allows repositioning of tissues following a line contrary to aging. It is also called round lifting and provides a natural facial balance someone can be proud of.

This surgery is often associated with blepharoplasty, surgery of the cervical region or of the frontal region.

Cosmetic surgery of the nose, rhinoplasty, is one of the biggest challenges for a plastic surgeon. The nose is related to all the facial structures and should be in harmony. A surgeon’s understanding of this is important begins with a safe doctor-patient relationship, understanding the patient’s expectations and his reason for dissatisfaction of the nose and face balance.

Rhinoplasty should never occur before facial bones have reached their development, except in specific situations. A patient should know about the recovery time, swelling, and proper recovery for a successful surgery. The indication for rhinoplasty is based on an accurate assessment of the problem.

General anesthesia is the choice in most cases when surgery is an option.

Prominent ears causes emotional disturbances along with aesthetic disturbance.

People whose ears are prominent are frequent victims of bullying, called “Dumbo” and other derogatory names. To give a normal aspect to the ears, surgical correction is made using the Pitanguy technique, in which the antihelix is recreated. In recovery a patient must not do vigorous exercise or be exposed to the sun and wear bandage compressor.

Hot climates lead to revealing clothing, preventing the camouflage of large and heavy breasts.

Patients with breast hypertrophy often report, in addition to physical discomfort, a process of social isolation from others. Large breasts are surgically treated by the Pitanguy technique, in which the excess tissue is removed, providing a contour to the breasts which is aesthetically satisfactory. All breast tissue removed goes through careful histological examination. Very small breasts, which is called mammary hypoplasia, occur when the volume of the breasts is significantly reduced.

The correction of underdeveloped breasts is a fundamental factor for a woman’s intimate wellness and frame of mind. This enlargement method is a prosthesis placement, which are best known as breast implants. Desired breast volume, implant type and access route for prosthesis placement are important things to be discussed.

After surgery the patient must not do vigorous exercise or be excessively exposed to the sun. During the postoperative period, it is essential that the patient avoids raising her arms or carrying weight.

The abdomen, is a fragment of our psychic and body history. It holds vital organs has many other functions. During pregnancy, hormonal changes and abdomen distention can cause body structure imbalance which can cause a person to be unhappy with their body.
Abdominoplasty, following the Pitanguy technique, aims to correct cosmetic and functional deformities caused by the diastasis, or widening or separation, of the rectus-abdominis muscle. The scar resulting from this surgery will follow the power lines located in the lower abdomen, making them less noticeable.
Because of bariatric surgery, patients ask plastic surgeons in order to remove excess skin resulting from great weight loss. The surgical procedure indicated in such cases contemplates more tissue reduction than fat extraction.

Lipodystrophies named trochanteric lipodystrophy (riding breeches) is used extreme cases of post-obesity weight loss, some surgical techniques such as the Pitanguy riding breeches technique are still indicated.
Liposuction, sometimes called Liposculpture, is mainly indicated for the removal of fat. The correction of fat accumulated in body parts achieved with liposuction can be very important to a person’s well being and a chapter in plastic surgery as a whole. In this surgery, the areas and the amount to be suctioned vary in each case, all patients must undergo medical examination, and must follow strict doctors orders.

Excess tissue that gives a feminine aspect to the male chest is surgically removed through an areolar or trans-areolar incision. Liposuction can be used if necessary, in cases of pseudo-gynecomastia. Gynecomastia is usually caused is often accompanied by psychosocial disorders.