It is the process of injecting pure oxygen into the lower layer of the skin without the use of needles and feeding the products with the appropriate molecular structure into the skin.

When oxytherapy, also known as oxygen therapy, begins to be applied, the product with oxygen activator and oxygen reaches the lower layers of the skin.


Increases blood circulation.

Delays cell aging by facilitating the removal of toxins.

Refreshes the skin with skin recovery.

Reduces wrinkles.

Antioxidant effect with vitamins A, C, E.

Reduction in cellulite as oxygen has a fat burning effect.

Used in spot treatments.

Forehead, around the eyes and around the lips are preferred as the most applied area. Thanks to pure oxygen, damaged skin cells are refreshed, resulting in a younger appearance.

You can observe the glow that comes with the change in your skin from the first session.


The section that starts immediately after the surgery is called the post-operative section, also known as the post-op section. It continues even after discharge. It is especially recommended that you learn about the complications that may occur during and after your surgery from your doctor and the health personnel who take care of you, even if it is the smallest surgery. As the saying goes, there is no big or small surgery. The operation also affects the patient and the person accompanying him/her. After some surgeries, the patient returns to his/her daily life within 1 or 2 days, while after some operations, the patient may need more time to continue his/her daily life.

The patient needs a support person, i.e. a companion, both in the hospital where they stay and after they are discharged. However, some patients may have difficulty in finding this person or persons. In this case, centers licensed by the Ministry of Health, such as Home Care Centers, come into play.

Once an agreement has been reached with the Home Care Center, a medical staff will be sent to accompany you. The medical staff who will accompany you will help you in your post-op period while accompanying you. Apart from the accompaniment service, there are also services offered by Home Care Centers.

To list these;

Reminding the patient of the medicines to be taken by the patient and helping the patient if he/she is not able to take his/her own medicines

Attaching an IV to the patient

Dressing care

Exercise assistance under the name of physical therapy

Postoperative Care

Postoperative Care

Following the aesthetic surgery operations performed; postoperative care should not be disrupted in order to shorten the patient’s healing process, prevent scar formation on the skin, nourish and moisturize the skin, reveal a radiant skin, inform the patient, give detailed information about the things to be considered and shorten the healing process.

Although each aesthetic operation has different effects, post-operative care gains importance since there is an incision on the skin. Especially for the body parts that attract the most attention, such as the face, postoperative care should be considered as a necessity rather than a preference.

The efficiency of surgical operations performed to improve one’s appearance, get rid of signs of aging, and achieve a more natural and impressive appearance can increase with postoperative care practices.

Postoperative Care Processes
Surgeons examine the scars in the postoperative period that begins when the patients leave the operation; after the effect of anesthesia wears off, the patient is kept under observation or discharged if necessary.

In this process, regular dressing of the body parts where aesthetic surgery is performed is very important for doctors to ensure patient follow-up and to prevent any complications during healing.

Patients who have undergone aesthetic surgery operations are called for control interviews at certain intervals. In these meetings, both the course of wound healing is monitored and detailed information is given to patients on what to pay attention to in the post-operative period.

Surgeons and nurses act together in postoperative care processes. This care should never be interrupted. Follow-up of the postoperative process is very important for the healing process to proceed smoothly and to intervene immediately in case of a possible problem.

During the post-operative care process, the patient can learn about the care processes that he/she should follow, how he/she should eat and whether he/she should exercise or not. They become more conscious and can overcome the post-operative period in the most comfortable way possible as their health status is closely monitored.

Importance of Care After Aesthetic Operations
The most misconception about aesthetic operations is that the ideal appearance will be achieved immediately after the operation. It is not possible to see the effect of the operation in an instant. The post-operative care process is very important in order to feel the effects of the surgery at the maximum rate and should definitely be carried out by professionals.

Care processes create an opportunity for the tissues not to be intervened harshly, for the dressing to be performed in the most accurate way and for the postoperative improvements to be monitored by the surgeons.

Care examinations, which provide detailed information about what needs to be done to improve the patient’s health, are also an important opportunity for patients to express their complaints. When it comes to aesthetic operations, patients do not want to experience any discomfort after the operation. However, it should be known that there is no such possibility due to the nature of the intervention performed. Although different complaints may be experienced after aesthetic surgeries depending on the scope of the surgery, it is possible to increase the comfort of the patient through professional care processes.

Care controls are also critical to ensure that the patient has realistic expectations during the recovery process. Expectations regarding the recovery process after these operations, which are performed under anesthesia, incisions are made in the skin and the body is exposed to physical stress, should be realistic. Otherwise, even if the healing course of the patients continues normally, their worries and unhappiness increase.

Non-Surgical Facial Aesthetics

Non-Surgical Facial Aesthetics

It is performed by a dermatologist. Some patients do not feel ready for surgery. These people prefer the method called non-surgical facelift. It is a procedure performed if deemed appropriate by a dermatologist. Over time, the firmness and smooth structure of our skin loses itself.

This method, which is applied by choosing the local anesthesia method, is generally permanent for 2 years, but it can last up to 6 years. There is no surgical incision after this procedure, which takes about an hour. Slight bruising and redness on the skin disappear within 2 – 3 days.

Some methods used in non-surgical facelift are as follows;

Facelift with locking ace

Facelift with focused ultrasound

Face lift with Thermage

Liquid facelift

Gold needle application


Face lift with thread

Spider web

Facial mesotherapy

Filler Injection

Botulinum Toxin Applications

Botulinum Toxin Applications

Botox is a toxin derived from bacteria called clostridium botulinum. Botox, which is mostly preferred for use in aesthetics, is used in the treatment of facial wrinkles and excessive sweating. It is preferred as the safest method used to eliminate facial wrinkles. Botox method is also used in the treatment of chronic migraine.

Face Contouring and wrinkle treatment

As a result of years of work of the mimic muscles, wrinkles inevitably appear on our facial features. The most wrinkled areas are the forehead, between the eyebrows, around the eyes and around the lips. Wrinkles not only make the person look older but also affect the patient psychologically. Lines between the eyebrows can cause the person to look more angry. By applying Botox, the movements of these muscles are weakened and the decrease in muscle movements reduces muscle movements and folding and folding-related lines.

The appearance of prominent upper gums when we laugh can disturb the person aesthetically while laughing. This situation can be eliminated with Botox

Apart from aesthetic appearance, Botox is also used in medicine. It is also used in disorders such as strabismus and blepharospasm. It is also used in cases of facial paralysis, unilateral facial spasm, excessive sweating, migraine and stiff neck due to muscle spasm. Apart from these, it is also used to relax the masseter muscle known as the jaw muscles in problems such as teeth grinding and jaw contraction.

Along with these, there are also side effects that may occur with Botox. To list them

At the injection site

pain and redness,



neck weakness


fever and chills,


dry mouth

double vision

bleeding and swelling,

speech impairment.

Botox is not a filling application as it is thought. Botox, which is not a filler, does not cause swelling of the face.



A tummy tuck or abdominoplasty is a cosmetic surgical procedure to improve the shape of the abdominal area. The aim is to remove excess skin on the abdomen that cannot be removed by exercise, for example sagging skin caused by pregnancy or losing too much weight. As the procedure is usually recommended for people with a healthy body mass index, it is not recommended for weight loss.

There are two types of abdominoplasty and both are usually performed under general anesthesia.

Partial Abdominoplasty: a large incision is made along the lower abdomen, separating the skin from the abdominal wall below the belly button and removing excess fat and skin. The remaining skin is brought together and sutured with the help of sutures and the operation is terminated.

Total Abdominoplasty: a large incision is made along the lower abdomen just above the groin area and the belly button is separated from the skin. Subsequently, the skin is separated from the abdominal wall and the abdominal muscles are realigned. Excess fat and skin tissues are removed. A new hole is made for the belly button and the belly button is re-sutured. The remaining skin is brought together and sutured with the help of sutures and the operation is completed.

The operation may take between 2 and 5 hours. You usually need to stay in hospital for 2 or 3 nights.

When you wake up in your room after the operation, your abdomen will be dressed and an abdominal corset will be applied around your abdomen. You may have some pain after the surgery and painkillers and sometimes sleep-inducing medications are used to make this period more comfortable.

It takes about 6 weeks to fully recover and see the full effect of the tummy tuck. You will usually need to wear an abdominal corset for 6 weeks to encourage your skin to heal properly and reduce any swelling that may occur. During this time you need to stay calm and keep your knees bent in bed (V position) to avoid straining your stitches. After 6 weeks you can usually stop wearing the brace and return to most of your normal activities.

The risks of abdominoplasty surgery are excessive bleeding, embolism, infection and allergic reaction to anesthetic drugs (very rare). Your doctor will explain all the complications and risks of the surgery to you during your pre-operative consultation.

Liposuction (Fat Removal)

Liposuction (Fat Removal)

Liposuction is a surgical procedure using a vacuum technique to remove fat from specific areas of the body such as the abdomen, buttocks, thighs, arms or neck. Liposuction aims to slim and reshape these areas. Another name for liposuction is lipoplasty.

Liposuction is not typically considered a general weight loss method or weight loss alternative. If you are overweight, you are likely to lose more weight through diet and exercise or through bariatric procedures such as gastric bypass surgery than liposuction. If you have a lot of body fat in certain spots but otherwise have a stable body weight, you may be a candidate for liposuction.

When you gain weight, fat cells increase in size and volume. In contrast, liposuction reduces the number of fat cells in a specific area. The amount of fat removed depends on the appearance of the area and the volume of fat. The resulting contour changes are usually permanent (as long as your weight remains stable.)

After liposuction, the skin is shaped according to the new contours of the treated areas. If you have good skin elasticity, the skin is likely to look smooth. If you have poor skin elasticity, the skin in the treated areas may appear loose.

Before the procedure, communicate in detail with your doctor what you expect from the surgery. Your doctor will review your medical history, ask if you have any ongoing chronic illnesses, and ask about any medications, supplements or herbs you are taking. Your doctor may recommend that you stop taking blood thinners and certain medications at least three weeks before surgery. You may also be asked to have some laboratory tests before the procedure.

If your procedure requires the removal of only a small amount of fat, local anesthesia will be sufficient. If a large amount of fat is to be removed or if you plan to have other procedures at the same time, general anesthesia is applied.

Before your liposuction procedure, your doctor may mark circles and lines on the areas of your body to be treated. Photographs can also be taken so that before and after images can be compared.

How liposuction is performed depends on the specific technique used. Your doctor will choose the appropriate technique based on your treatment goals, the area of your body to be treated and whether you have had other liposuction procedures in the past.

Tumescent Liposuction

This is the most common type of liposuction. Your doctor will apply a sterile solution (a mixture of serum to help remove fat, an anesthetic (lidocaine) to relieve pain and a drug (adrenaline) that causes blood vessels to constrict) to the treated area. injects it. The liquid mixture causes the affected area to swell and harden. Your doctor then makes small incisions in your skin and with the help of a cannula under the skin, the fat and fluids in your body are vacuumed out.

Laser Assisted Liposuction:

This technique uses high-intensity laser light to break down and remove fat. During the procedure, your doctor inserts a laser probe through a small incision in the skin and melts the fat tissue. The melted fat is then removed through a cannula.

Ultrasound Assisted Liposuction:

This type of liposuction is sometimes used with traditional liposuction (tumesan). During the procedure, the fat is melted with ultrasonic energy and the fat is vacuumed out with traditional liposuction.

There may be some pain, swelling and bruising after the procedure. Your doctor may prescribe painkillers to control the pain and antibiotics to reduce the risk of infection. You usually need to wear corset-style clothing that helps reduce swelling for a few weeks.

Postpartum Aesthetics

Postpartum Aesthetics

Birth is one of the most exciting parts of life. However, it can cause unwanted changes in the woman’s body with childbirth. Sagging breasts may occur due to the pregnancy process and breastfeeding after birth. With the loss of quality of the subcutaneous tissue and the growth of the child in the mother’s womb, stretch marks may occur, especially in the mother’s abdomen. With weight gain and loss, growth and excess fat may occur in the hips and hip areas of the mother.

The most desired aesthetic operations after birth;

Tummy tuck

Breast reduction / lift


Vaginoplasty procedures.

Abdominoplasty can also be applied to eliminate bad cesarean stitches that may occur.

The most common areas for liposuction are the abdomen, hips and buttocks.

The method applied to eliminate breast enlargement and sagging after breastfeeding is the breast reduction method and breast lift method.

Vaginoplasty is one of the complaints that may occur in the mother. Vaginoplasty method is divided into minora, labia majora, fat injection and vaginal tightening operation.

Each of these procedures can be performed after 4 months after the mother weans her baby. The reason for this is that the excess weight gained during pregnancy is first removed from the body and the mother is expected to reach the minimum weight level she can reach. If the mother has never breastfed her baby, if the weaning period has taken place in a shorter time than expected and if she has lost the pregnancy weight early, this process can be withdrawn at an earlier date.

Postpartum deformations can psychologically affect the mother. For this reason, many mothers feel better by eliminating these deformations by resorting to aesthetic methods. However, although aesthetic interventions can be procedures that can make the mother happy, there is no guarantee that the mother will fully reach her old appearance before pregnancy.

Arm Aesthetics

Arm Aesthetics

Due to excessive weight loss, aging and genetics, you may have a flabby appearance in your upper arms and legs. This is a condition that cannot be corrected with exercise. If your lower arms and legs are sagging or look loose and plump due to excess skin and fat, arm lift and thigh lift surgery may be suitable for you.

It is very important to understand all aspects of arm and thigh lift surgery. It is completely natural to be excited about the new look you are expecting and a little stressed before surgery. Do not hesitate to discuss all your thoughts and questions with your doctor.

Some laboratory tests will be performed before the arm-thigh lift surgery. You will be asked to stop smoking if you are a smoker. You will be advised not to use blood thinners if you are taking them as they may cause a risk of bleeding.

Arm-thigh lift surgery is performed under general anesthesia. The incisions are usually made from the inside of the arm or from the back, depending on the surgeon’s preference. It can extend from the armpit to just above the elbow. For the thigh, an incision is made downward from the inner thigh. Elliptical skin and fat tissues are removed. The underlying supporting tissue is then tightened and reshaped with internal sutures. Finally, skin sutures are applied and the operation is finalized.

Your incisions will be closed with a bandage after the arm-thigh lift procedure. Your arms and legs will be loosely wrapped with elastic bandages to minimize swelling. Small drainage tubes may be inserted to drain excess blood or fluid. These drains will be removed after one or two days. You will be asked to limit your daily activities for 2-3 weeks after surgery. You can start activities such as sports 6 weeks after surgery.

Body Contouring

Body Contouring

Giving birth, weight loss or time itself insidiously deteriorates the firmness and elegant contours of our body. The term body contouring includes procedures that help to achieve a more youthful appearance of the arms, buttocks, abdomen and waist.

If the skin is supple or elastic, very good results can be obtained after liposuction, by melting the fat with the help of a laser (laser lipolysis) or by balancing the fat distribution (liposculpture). If skin elasticity is lost, surgical intervention may be required for better body contours. Body contouring procedures are often combined with surgical and non-surgical (non-invasive) techniques. This accelerates results and healing.

The aim of body contouring is to achieve a younger and more pleasing appearance. These procedures can be surgical, minimally invasive (non-surgical with very little intervention) or with the help of devices.

The procedures generally include: fat removal (liposuction), fat filling (fat injection, liposculpture), tummy tuck (abdominoplasty), arm lift (brachioplasty), thigh lift.

Fat removal (Liposuction): If you have stubborn fat deposits that you cannot lose despite diet and exercise, your fat deposits in this section can be pulled from under your skin with very thin cannulas. You should remember that liposuction is not for weight loss, but only for shaping. Weight loss will already occur as a result of the procedure.

Fat filling (fat injection): It is the injection of fat taken from any part of the body into any part of your body that is missing in your body, such as hips, calves, inner thighs, inner thighs, areas with uneven fat distribution or sunken areas. Thus, it replaces the missing tissue in this area, and today it is also important as stem cell transplantation.

Tummy tuck (Abdominoplasty): Excess skin and fat can be removed from your abdomen and the underlying loose muscles can be brought back together and tightened. Most of your stretch marks and, if you have any, your caesarean section incision are also corrected at the same time. This operation either stretches your entire abdomen or can be done with a shorter scar and without touching your belly button. This operation is often combined with liposuction of your lower back.

Arm lift (Brachioplasty) and Thigh Lift: It is applied in case of loosening, sagging and wrinkles on the inner side of the arm and inner thigh (inner leg) as a result of weight loss and aging. The sagging skin is removed and tightened. Today, we also utilize non-surgical non-invasive applications for mild and moderate sagging.

Mini Vaser (Ultrasonic liposuction): You can choose one of the advanced technologies of aesthetic and plastic surgery when it is selected to remove fat from your body and shape your body

Non-Surgical Eyebrow Lift

Non-Surgical Eyebrow Lift

The eye and eyebrow parts of the face are the most characteristic features of a person’s appearance. The depth and meaning of the gaze comes from the eyebrows. Eyebrows fall down over time due to the effect of gravity and facial expressions. This may cause the person to have a harsher and angry expression. It is possible to have a younger appearance and more meaningful looks by applying the eyebrow lift method to wrinkles in the middle of the eyebrow, lines in the forehead area and eyebrow fall.

Non-surgical eyebrow lift methods;

Thread eyebrow lift

Surgical method

Focused Ultrasound Hifu Method

Fractional Radio Frequency Forehead Needle

The method to be used in low eyebrow varies according to the degree of low eyebrow under the control of your doctor.

Thread Eyebrow Lift

It is a method that is performed with the help of threads with serrations on them and does not require surgical intervention. Local anesthesia is used as the anesthesia method. The thread is taken under the skin at the junction of the eyebrow and the skin and is taken out from the determined part of the eyebrow. By stretching the thread, the eyebrow comes to the desired area. The reason why the thread is serrated is to prevent the eyebrow from sliding back down again.

The redness that inevitably occurs in the procedure area disappears within a maximum of 2 days. This method, which is performed without any incision scar, is finalized within 30 minutes.

Focus Ultrasound Eyebrow Lift

In this method using electromagnetic sound waves, the electromagnetic waves used heat the skin tissue. The tissue in the eyebrow area begins to repair itself. Depending on the level of eyebrow fall, 1 or more sessions can be performed. 1 session takes approximately 15 minutes. It is a practical solution method.

Eyebrow Lift with Golden Needle

In the fractional radio frequency eyebrow lift method, it is performed non-surgically by using a gold needle head in radio frequency needles. While a single session is usually sufficient for this procedure, it can be increased to 2 or 3 sessions when the doctor deems necessary. In this procedure performed under the skin, no damage is caused to the skin. It increases collagen and elastin in the eyebrow area.

Scroll to Top