Plastic, reconstructive and aesthetic surgery originated in China over 20 centuries ago. The word ‘aesthetic’ comes from the Greek word aisthētikós, referring to the notions of perceiving and feeling, and hence of sensation. Aesthetic surgery therefore takes both mind and body into account.
Although to all appearances aesthetic surgery repairs and enhances the body, at its most fundamental level it also cares for the soul. Asking to correct a body part is linked to a discrepancy patients feel between themselves and their body image. This difference in perception is synonymous with emotional distress, which is behind a patient’s request for surgery.
How you perceive your body is very subjective and I’m not here to judge you but rather find out if your request is permissible. In other words, to establish whether surgical correction with realistic objectives is possible, keeping constantly in mind the positive psychological impact of my procedures.
My sole preoccupation is your satisfaction and well-being, always aiming to achieve a natural result without any trace of surgery.
My job is my passion… to support you, inform you in complete sincerity, always listen to you and, above all, share in your post-operative happiness of finally feeling in harmony with your body.