1. KOÇ UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
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PLASTIC, RECONSTRUCTIVE AND AESTHETIC SURGERY

Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery includes all types of cosmetic and functional surgery performed on the entire body from scalp to toenails. Our departments plans treatment of each patient in this regard by respecting their preferences and adopting practices that prioritize excellence, scientific conduct and actuality. 

It is quite possible to at least delay the natural aging process to a certain extent and treat without a single trace cosmetic defects, be it congenital or associated with an unexpected trauma. Facilities of modern technology are utilized in the hands of an internationally renowned team of specialists, who literally realize miracles, at our department.   

Koç University Hospital pays particular attention to the use of top-quality imaging systems, most reliable filling, botulinum toxin and mesotherapy supplies, and precise endoscopic and robotic surgical facilities.

The primary features emphasized at our clinic include availability of adequate microsurgical equipment, highly effective intensive care support and ultrasonic liposuction application (VASER).

The specialized surgeons at our department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery perform all globally recognized plastic surgery procedures by employing the most advanced medical and surgical approaches from a scientific and ethical perspective. The capacity and academic productivity of our clinic ranks us among the top centers in Turkey and around the world. 

We offer up-to-date and scientific diagnostic, treatment and long-term follow-up services to patients presenting for all types of plastic and reconstructive procedures and also to patients who seek a solution to problems they may have experienced at other centers. We have earned the trust of our patients thanks to our approach.
 


Service Subcategories of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

  • Plastic surgery
  • Reconstructive surgery
  • Tumor surgery
  • Microsurgery
  • Oral and maxillofacial surgery
  • Non-surgical cosmetic procedures

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Patients present with complaints listed under the following categories: 

 

Plastic Surgery

  • Facial aging and wrinkles, sagging skin, eyebrow ptosis, sagging skin and neck tissues, depreciated skin quality

  • Eyelid problems, excess skin, wrinkles, eyelid ptosis
  • Cosmetic and breathing-related nasal problems, cosmetic and breathing concerns associated with previous procedures
  • Asymmetric or thin lips, barcode lines
  • Prominent ears, ear deformities, earlobe tear
  • Breast hypoplasia/hypertrophy, sagging, asymmetry; nipple abnormalities, sagging male breasts
  • Abdominal cracks, sagging and herniation occurring after giving birth or losing weight
  • Increased fat deposition in abdomen, arms or legs; broad hips
  • Low butt size, butt flattening or sagging 
  • Excess sagging in breasts, arms, face, neck, legs and abdomen following gastric surgeries
  • Sexual organ deficiency, asymmetry, defect or loosening; hymen repair; penis enlargement
  • Hair transplantation and restoration

 

Non-surgical Cosmetic Procedures

  • Facial wrinkles, crow’s foot, barcode lines, brow wrinkles
  • Purple spots, sagging and bagging in eyelids
  • Depreciated skin quality, facial spots and marks
  • Permanent facial lines, asymmetries, non-surgical nasal cosmetic procedures
  • Augmentation of sexual organs
  • Temporomandibular joint pain, teeth grinding and worn teeth
  • ​Hyperhidrosis

 

Reconstructive Surgery

  • Skin lesions (cysts, moles, warts, lipomas, all types of lesions)

  • Skin cancers (melanoma, basalioma, epidermoid cancer etc.)
  • Nipple and breast reconstruction after breast cancer
  • Absence of breasts
  • Cancers and tumors of maxillofacial bones and scalp
  • Temporomandibular joint problems
  • Congenital anomalies (cleft lip-palate, cranial anomalies known as craniosynostosis, absence of ears, prominent ear, giant moles etc.)
  • Hand anomalies (polydactyly, syndactyly etc.)
  • Hemangiomas, vascular malformations, eyelid ptosis, velopharyngeal insufficiency
  • Facial traumas (soft tissue traumas, facial and mandibular fractures, fractures of the orbital base and brow)
  • Facial paralysis
  • Wound care, scar revision, keloid scars, bed sores, wounds of hands and feet
  • Vaginal reconstruction, hypospadias, penile anomalies
  • Treatment of burns, burn marks and contractures
  • Microsurgical reconstruction of all types of tissues (maxillofacial area, breast, vagina, esophagus, hands, feet, legs, arms etc.)
The department’s fields of activity can be broken down into the following branches:


Plastic Surgery

  • Nasal surgery and functional surgery (rhinoplasty, concha reduction, septoplasty etc.) 

  • Cosmetic surgery on eyelids, ears, lips, brow, face and neck, bichectomy 
  • Cosmetic breast surgery (reduction, augmentation, lift, gynecomastia, nipple etc.) 
  • Truncal cosmetic surgery (abdominal lift, liposuction, post-bariatric 360-degree abdominal plastic surgery etc.)
  • Arm lift, thigh lift, liposuction on arms and legs
  • Genital cosmetic surgery (labiaplasty, hymen repair, vaginal rejuvenation, penis surgery)
  • Fat injections (facial, leg contouring, butt augmentation) 

 

Non-surgical Cosmetic Procedures 

  • Botox injection (wrinkles, sweating, masseter muscle, smile lines, meso-botox)

  • Filling (lips, nose, mandibula, eyelids, face, hands, genitalia etc.)
  • Mesotherapy (skin rejuvenation, eyelid lightening, light filling)
  • Dermaroller, laser and plasma applications
  • Stem-cell, PRP

 

Reconstructive Surgery (covered by insurance)

  • Skin lesions (cysts, moles, warts, lipomas, all types of lesions)

  • Skin cancers (melanoma, basalioma, epidermoid cancer etc.)
  • Breast cancer (breast reconstruction, implant, microsurgery, latissimus dorsi, Diep)
  • Poland syndrome
  • Cancers and tumors of maxillofacial bones and scalp
  • Congenital anomalies (cleft lip-palate, cranial anomalies known as craniosynostosis, absence of ears, prominent ear, giant moles etc.)
  • Hand anomalies (polydactyly, syndactyly etc.)
  • Hemangiomas, vascular malformations, eyelid ptosis, velopharyngeal insufficiency
  • Facial traumas (soft tissue traumas, facial and mandibular fractures, fractures of the orbital base and brow)
  • Facial paralysis
  • Wound care, scar revision, keloid scars, bed sores, wounds of hands and feet
  • Vaginal reconstruction, hypospadias, penile anomalies
  • Treatment of burns, burn marks and contractures
  • Microsurgical reconstruction of all types of tissues (maxillofacial area, breast, vagina, esophagus, hands, feet, legs, arms etc.)