Plastic Surgery in Germany / Top clinic in Germany, Friedrichshafen

Plastic and Aesthetic Surgery Department

If you want to improve your appearance, you should place great emphasis on competence, quality and safety. In our Unit for Plastic and Aesthetic Surgery in Friedrichshafen, Germany we perform a wide range of operations in this area of medicine. Our patients benefit from personal consultations and excellent medical treatment by our specialists, who are extremely experienced in all types of plastic surgery.

The plastic surgery department at the Friedrichshafen Clinic in Germany performs surgical procedures to restore the shape and function of the body after illness, burns, accidents or age-related changes. Our plastic surgeons are masters of the art.

A plastic surgeon works very gently with the tissue of the human body. Our plastic surgeons work with a microscope or magnifying glasses and use the finest thread for sutures when performing plastic surgery, so as to ensure that no visible scars remain.

The Section for Plastic, Aesthetic and Hand Surgery at Friedrichshafen Clinic in Germany performs all types of plastic surgery:

  • Aesthetic procedures at Friedrichshafen Clinic in Germany

    Aesthetic surgery in Germany involves changes which the patient desires, but which are not indicated from a medical point of view. This area of plastic surgery is often referred to as “cosmetic surgery”. The plastic surgeon is purely concerned with improving the patient’s appearance.

  • Reconstructive procedures at Friedrichshafen Clinic in Germany

    Reconstructive procedures surgically restore functions of the body that have been lost due to injury, the removal of tumours or deformities. Typical examples are the hiding of defects by moving or transplanting tissue, nerve transplants or repositioning of sinews. The plastic surgeon usually performs such procedures by means of micro-plastic surgery.

  • Surgical procedures for burns at Friedrichshafen Clinic in Germany

    Our Burns Centre deals with both acute and intensive treatment of burns and damage resulting from burns. In our clinic, reconstructive forms of plastic surgery are for burns and burn damage. Our plastic surgeons have a great deal of experience in this complex area of medicine.

  • Hand surgery at Friedrichshafen Clinic in Germany

    This specialist area is concerned mostly with the treatment of injuries, deformities, and disorders of the hand and forearm.

Scope of plastic surgery at Friedrichshafen Clinic in Germany

Plastic and aesthetic surgery

  • Reconstructive surgery
  • Removal of tumours of the skin and soft tissue
  • Defect closure after accidents and skin disorders
  • Chronic wounds, pressure ulcers and diabetic foot
  • Facial reanimation after facial paralysis
  • Micro-surgical breast reconstruction with own tissue after breast cancer
  • Breast reconstruction with implants
  • Correction of gynaecomastia in males
  • Breast deformities (male and female)
  • Sunken chest (hollow chest)

Burns

  • Acute burns
  • Surgical and conservative improvement of scar tissue after burns

Aesthetic surgery

  • Breast enlargement
  • Breast reduction
  • Breast firming
  • Thigh and upper arm firming
  • Abdominal firming
  • Liposuction
  • Upper and lower lid firming
  • Ear pinning
  • Nose correction
  • Facelift
  • Excessive sweating
  • Scar correction
  • Wrinkle treatment
  • Own-fat injections
  • Inverted nipple correction
  • Intimate surgery

Hand surgery

  • Injuries and their consequences
  • Reconstruction of injured bones, sinews, blood vessels, nerves and soft tissue
  • Hand joint replacement
  • Acute burns and correction of the resultant damage to the hand
  • Repositioning of incorrectly healed bones
  • Motor replacement surgery
  • Scar correction, skin grafts, flap plasty
  • Complex reconstruction
  • Sudeck’s atrophy
  • Nerve surgery
  • Nerve compression syndrome
  • Nerve joining
  • Repair of nerve damage and nerve transplants
  • Arthritis
  • Neurectomy of joints
  • Joint replacement, joint prosthetics
  • Joint Arthrodesis (fixing of joints)
  • Rheumatic disorders
  • Restoration or replacement of damaged joints
  • Removal of inflammatory changes in soft tissue, joints and sinews
  • Post-operative treatment with physiotherapy and ergotherapy
  • Tumour removal
  • Excision of soft tissue and skin tumours
  • Bone tumours
  • Hand disorders
  • Dupuytren's contracture (stiff, inward-curling fingers)
  • Ganglia (cystic protuberances, in joints or sinews)
  • Trigger finger
  • Tennis elbow

Other disorders

  • Congenital hand deformities
  • Autologous transplants within the joint
  • Separation of joined fingers (syndactilia)

Special medical procedures and materials in plastic surgery

Besides all the classical procedures in plastic and hand surgery, we now also use various highly specialised procedures and materials, some of which originate from the treatment of serious burns:

Some examples are: ReCell®, medical needling, Matriderm ®, Strattice TM, Suprathel®.

Our plastic surgery department works exclusively with highly reputable manufacturers when it comes to materials that remain in the human body for long periods or permanently, e.g. breast implants, wrinkle treatment, joint prosthetics.

Through years of surgical experience and regular further education both in Europe and abroad, our plastic surgeons at our clinic in Germany can offer patients the latest, most innovative surgical techniques in the area of plastic or intimate aesthetic surgery and hair transplants. Gentle methods and the latest techniques in plastic aesthetic surgery guarantee safety and excellent results. Highly competent, very experienced specialists will guide you through the whole process surrounding your plastic surgery, from the first appointment, through the operation, to the post-operative care.

Please contact us for more information. We would be happy to meet with you to discuss your needs during treatment abroad.

Reconstructive Surgery: Definition

Reconstructive surgery by definition involves the restoration of the body surface and contour after accident, burn or surgery of tumors. The resulting damage to or loss of body parts can massively restrict the person concerned in their professional and private lives as well as significantly affect their quality of life and satisfaction.

The aim of reconstructive surgery (definition: reconstructive surgery) is to restore or at least significantly improve the function and shape as well as the external appearance as completely as possible. Patients of all ages and practically every specialty are treated. To restore a variety of measures are necessary, depending on the size, location and nature of the defect; but also of comorbidities and age of the patient.

The technical possibilities range from a simple wound closure - stress-free, gentle and with very fine suture material for an optimal aesthetic result - to more complex interventions that require specialized skills such as skin grafting, defect coverings due to tissue displacement or transplantation, nerve grafting or tendon remodeling , For more complex defects, there are also various flap plasties available, in which lobes from skin and subcutaneous fatty tissue - or in larger defects involving fascia, muscle and bone - are transplanted.

An important basis of reconstructive surgery is microsurgery, which allows the connection of the finest vessels and nerves under the surgical microscope. Thus, tissue with a defined blood supply can be transferred from a healthy body site to the defect.

Reconstructive Surgery: Definition and Range of Service

In the opinion of PD Dr. Ruggaber it is very important to know the various procedures and evaluate their use. Most of the reconstructive procedures are performed by the team themselves with great experience, otherwise they can refer highly experienced procedures or illnesses to experienced colleagues in the field.

Cour Departmenr of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery offers the full range of services, from head to toe, and for all ages:

  • defect coverage
  • Removal of skin cancer
  • Flap sculptures on the face
  • Wound treatment in bedsores (bedsores)
  • Self-grease treatment and negative pressure treatment for complex wounds
  • Free tissue transplantation
  • Local tissue displacement
  • burns

Burns and scalds are among the most common and dangerous everyday injuries. Our Center of Reconstructive Surgery team specializes in the acute and modern care and aftercare of burns and their sequelae. Depending on the extent and severity, we treat them on an outpatient or inpatient basis. We also treat any late effects of burns or burns.

  • Contour restoration with flap sculptures
  • Contractural solution for burn scars on joints
  • Surgical needling for the treatment of burn scars
  • Scar treatment with stem cell transplants from autologous fat
  • Reconstructive surgery: breast

After breast cancer surgery, when the breast is partially or completely removed, women often desire a restored body image and an alternative to an uncomfortable and heavy breast prosthesis. Here are two possibilities for the reconstruction available: an implant or the structure of the breast with own tissue. Both are tissue-sparing interventions without large skin incisions. Due to the close cooperation with the gynecological clinic, the affected patients can be offered reconstructive possibilities right from the start, individually depending on the initial findings with implants, local flap plasties or only with own tissue using modern microsurgical surgical methods.

Reconstructive surgery body and face

Tumors on the skin often involve highly visible areas of the skin that require surgical removal. Here it may be important for those persons to carry out reconstructive measures. In this way, self-esteem for public participation can be restored.

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Comments and questions

Stephanie stevens Sun, 23 Sep 14:39

I have an displaced avulsion fracture of the distal phalange of right hand third (ring) finger. The fracure was not fund until five weeks after the injury and the finger is now in a splint. I have seen Xrays that indicate no joining of the fractured bone to the finger ( eight weeks post injury) and have my doubts it will ever join. I have been told that fusion is the only option for surgery. But I was told a similar story about my neck thirteen years ago and I had an artificial disc fitted in a clinic in Munich. It is a total success but would not have been a treatment available in the UK. I have therefore good faith in German medical practice and would like to know my options regarding my finger please.

j.r.silva Wed, 04 Apr 19:12

My son is 6 years old. He has absent radius syndrom. May I know how much for this plastic surgery?

Rabar Mon, 09 Oct 18:24

Hello doctor,
I have breast disorder and need plastic surgury.

saad hassan Tue, 29 Aug 20:08

i am Egyptian plastic surgeon, i had PhD in plastic and reconstructive surgery from Ain Shams University , Egypt i want complete my study and Equivalent my certificate in Germany

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DM M. Ruggaber

DM M. Ruggaber
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  • 2153 outpatient
  • 250 inpatients
  • 600 cosmetic surgeries

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