Welcome to the Saudi German Hospital in Dubai, where we specialize in plastic, cosmetic, reconstructive surgery, and regenerative medicine. Our team of experienced and highly trained surgeons and medical professionals is dedicated to providing you with the highest quality of care and the most advanced techniques and treatments available. As a leading provider of plastic surgery services in Dubai, we offer a wide range of procedures, such as breast augmentation, tummy tucks, liposuction, and facelifts, designed to enhance your natural beauty and help you achieve the look you desire. Our surgeons are experts in their field and have performed thousands of successful procedures.
Threats (Minimal-invasive Skin procedures), Liposuction, Lipofilling (fat transfer), Cosmetic Surgery
Bariplastic surgery to help patients suffering from excess skin and fat after massive weight loss quickly and comprehensively
Mastectomy, lumpectomy, breast reconstruction, breast reduction, breast augmentation.
Reconstruction of breast shape (Gynecomastia), Sagging breasts after massive weight loss, breast augmentation, and breast reduction.
Surgical Scars, Keloid, Acne scar, Stretchmarks, Scar Coverage treatment, Scar coping treatment (Mental Support)
Congenital malformations, Chronic/ Problem Wounds, Skin Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment
Yes, there are many non-surgical alternatives to plastic surgery that can help improve the appearance of the face and body. These include injectable treatments like Botox and fillers, as well as non-invasive procedures like laser skin resurfacing, CoolSculpting, and Ultherapy. Non-surgical treatments may be a good option for people who want to see improvements in their appearance but don’t want to undergo surgery.
Preparing for plastic surgery typically involves a few key steps. First, you will need to have a consultation with your plastic surgeon to discuss the specifics of the procedure and what to expect before, during, and after surgery. You may need to make certain lifestyle changes in the weeks leading up to your surgery, such as quitting smoking or adjusting your medication regimen. You will also need to avoid certain foods and medications that could increase your risk of bleeding or interfere with anesthesia. Finally, you will need to arrange for transportation to and from the surgery center and have someone available to help you during your recovery period. Your surgeon will provide you with detailed instructions for how to prepare for your specific procedure.