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ARM PROCEDURES
This procedure corrects the excess skin (sagging) that accumulates in the lower arm.



RECOVER BODY CONTOUR
The majority of women who have completed the gestation process and have given birth can see evident changes in their body. / Bariatric surgery is the surgical treatment that by restrictive principles and malabsorptive seeks to help the obese patient to reduce weight ... / Post-bariatric surgery allows a massive loss of tissue fatty. However, and since this surgery supposes a previous condition of excess weight, It is natural that after treatment for weight reduction ...



PECTORAL PROCEDURES
Gynecomastia is the condition of pathological or physiological origin in which excessive breast volume occurs in men. / / The well-proportioned body musculature is a symbol of masculinity.







LEGS PROCEDURES /
For many people the shape of their legs constitutes a factor of great importance, complementing their general physical appearance.



PROCEDURES FOR EXCESSIVE SWEAT
Hyperhidrosis is a disorder of the sweat glands that manifests itself through excessive sweating, particularly in palms, plants and armpits as Exaggerated response to an emotional stimulus.



In our society each person develops an image of himself largely influenced by what he needs to project according to his situation within the community. The results of plastic surgery very often provide greater confidence and safety to the patient.

Most cosmetic surgical procedures applied to different regions of the face involve the process of a major treatment that requires medical suitability and serious care. Thus, thanks to the faculty's constant updating, the surgical specialization of the members of the surgical team, the development of sophisticated intraoperative diagnostic and imaging methods, the new surgical approach techniques and the minimally invasive specialized technology, the time Intraoperative and recovery has decreased significantly. Many procedures that previously required hospitalization today are handled on an outpatient basis. However, this is determined by the doctor depending on factors such as the type of surgery, the age of the patient and their physical condition, among others. Today the hospitalization time, when necessary, is much shorter and the patient regains functional capacity more quickly.