Plastic surgery in Prague: Brandeis Clinic hits the headlines in Central Europe
Travel abroad for treatments is becoming increasingly more common
Plastic surgery is becoming more and more popular, and this is a trend that is increasing worldwide. Travel abroad for any treatment is becoming very common as well, because the clients find more competitive prices or because of the reputation of the international clinics.
Medical experts are warning about the importance of selecting the right cosmetic clinic. Czech Republic, especially Prague, has become a good destination. Brandeis Clinic, located in the very centre of Prague, is a clear example on how foreign patients are travelling and the high level of this clinical specialty in Central Europe.
Labiaplasty, breast uplift and augmentation...
Aesthetic surgery of the face has become increasingly popular in recent years. The reason is that we live longer and care about our appearance more. Proof also lies in the fact that facelifts are now increasingly performed on men. A professional team will help that people not very happy with their body, or who might need to refresh their look or are recovering from injuries and are looking for complex care and the highest level.
Clinics provide treatment in the field of corrective and laser dermatology as well as more complicated procedures and interventions. In the case of Brandeis Clinic, a specialized medical team covers the entire body: facial operations (facelift, brow lift, rhinoplasty, otoplasty, lip enhancement), breast uplift and breast augmentation, abdominoplasty, intimate surgery and liposuction.
Aesthetic and teeth whitening
Cosmetic dentistry is a very popular service as well: from routine treatments to surgical procedures and teeth whitening. Just in the first session you can discover your physical and health condition.
Králodvorská 13, Praha 1
http://www.brandeisclinic.co.uk (English version)
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