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Plastic Surgeon Cyprus

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Plastic Surgeon Dr Georgiou performs plastic surgery in Nicosia and Limassol, in Cyprus. He ensures individualized and personal care that puts your needs and expectations first and starts with a one-on-one consultation before any plastic surgery procedure. 


Beauty with safety

When it comes to choosing a plastic surgeon, don’t trust your body to just anyone. Choose any of our services from cosmetic and plastic surgery procedures.



Nonsurgical facial rejuvenation procedures are highly sought as more patients demand less-invasive, yet effective, procedures to mitigate signs of facial aging with minimal downtime. Nonsurgical procedures accounted for 82% of plastic surgery procedures performed in the United States in 2011, with 4,030,318 botox injections followed by 1,662,480 hyaluronic acid (HA) filler injections.

The youthful face has smooth contours, few wrinkles at rest as well as animation, and appropriate soft tissue fullness. With age, the skin accumulates solar damage and shows uneven pigmentation and loss in dermal thickness and elasticity. Wrinkles ultimately form due to a combination of these skin changes, gravitational descent of soft tissues, and repeated muscular contractions. Transverse forehead lines appear with repeated brow lifting by the forehead muscle, vertical lines form in the glabella with repeated contraction of the glabella muscles, and crow’s-feet appear lateral to the eyes from the concentric movement of the eyelids muscle.

Further caudally, malar fat pads descend with gravity, starting a constellation of changes, including the appearance of deepened nasolabial folds as well as jowling and resultant prejowl sulcus formation. Perioral wrinkles form due to a multitude of concomitant factors. Loss of lip volume combined with continued lip muscle motion lead to a stellate-type pattern of vertical rhytids around the mouth.

 With this knowledge Plastic Surgery Cyprus  can combine botox and dermal fillers to achieve a smooth and line-free face.


Breast Surgery / Breast Augmentation / Breast Implants:

Breast surgery is an artistic endeavor, an exercise in right-brain creativity. Clarification of patient expectations and knowledge of individual anatomical characteristics are critical to the surgical plan, but ultimately it is an internalized vision of what is normal and aesthetically pleasing that guides the plastic surgery procedure.

Achieving an “ideal” aesthetic outcome in breast surgery is a desirable but elusive goal. Although standards of beauty exist and define the ideal breast, these standards cannot always be approximated through plastic surgery. Plastic Surgeons’ tools are tissue, muscle, and skin, and every incision or transfer of tissue results in scars and changes that cannot be erased. Furthermore, each patient heals in a unique manner.

The plastic surgeon’s primary goal is to understand the patient’s aesthetic ideal and to plan a procedure that will meet the patient’s expectations as closely as possible; her psychological well-being is closely tied to the success of the operation and the excellence of the result. A woman’s breasts must not only look good, they must also be sensitive and feel normal. Softness, warmth, smoothness, mobility on the chest wall, and sensitivity to touch, particularly in the central breast and nipple–areolar region, are all important aspects of the normal breast. 


Facial Surgery:

Since ancient Egyptian times, the ideals of plastic facial surgery have been portrayed in art. Modern facial analysis, however, began in Greece. Greek artists and philosophers analyzed the perceptions of beauty and established standards for ideal facial proportions and harmony. Strongly influenced by the Greeks, artists and anatomists of the Renaissance period continued the study of aesthetic proportions.

 Whereas some concepts of facial beauty endure across time and culture, others vary. In our culture, television, magazines, internet, and motion pictures appear to have the greatest impact on our perception of beauty and plastic surgery procedures. Temporal differences in the aesthetic ideal can be appreciated by observing popular media from recent decades.

 Facial analysis is a critical element in successful facial plastic surgery. The plastic surgeon must have a good grasp of contemporary facial ideal proportions, which must be put into perspective with the rest of the face and body habitus. Thorough aesthetic facial analysis allows the plastic surgeon to select the appropriate procedures, and approaches to those procedures, for a specific patient.


Body Surgery:

Body shape has been the foremost muse for artists around the world. History has witnessed the rise of outstanding sculptors who made their masterpieces by studying human body anatomy in detail. The functional human body is purely characterized by concavities, convexities, lights, and shadows that instantly reveal the bone structure, the muscle shapes, its change in motion, and most of all, the skin and subcutaneous fat blueprint.

By today’s concepts of a beautiful body, we should consider the one that attracts our attention and elicits a positive emotional response. Youth, health, attractiveness, and function are so intimately related but variable for human procreative purposes that different balances between these qualities make the “perfect mate” different for each individual. Humans have evolved and changed so much throughout history that we cannot “make” the perfect male or the “perfect” female for everyone; rather, plastic surgeons strive to follow some standards that include attractiveness, health, and of course functionality in order to sculpt a natural body through plastic surgery.

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