BEFORE AND AFTER PHOTOS Breast Asymmetry
Image 1: Front picture (before and after) of a Breast Asymmetry Correction
BEFORE AND AFTER DESCRIPTION
Patient goal: patient wanted lift the breasts up and improve breast symmetry
Surgery: breast Lift with Asymmetry correction
Scar: Inverted T
Surgery duration: 2 hours
Downtime: 1 week
Months between pictures : 7
Dr. Luísa Magalhães Ramos / Plastic Surgery
PORTUGUESE MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, Nr. 42810
Graduated by the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Porto, she specialized in plastic, reconstructive and aesthetic surgery, at Hospital de São José, in Lisbon.
Throughout her training, she subspecialized in aesthetic plastic surgery, having worked in world-renowned clinics.
Currently, she is mainly dedicated to face and breast aesthetic plastic surgery and to intimate female surgery.
Dr. Alice Varanda Pereira / Plastic Surgery
Member of The Portuguese Medical Association, Nr. 47051
Graduated by the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Lisbon, she completed her master’s degree in human sexuality and is currently developing her PhD at this same institution.
She joined the University faculty academic staff in 2008 as a lecturer of the Institute of Anatomy. It is in this unit that she produces most of her research projects, mainly in the area of surgical anatomy, whilst also supervising master’s thesis for undergraduate students.
Dr. Mariana da Rocha Martins / Plastic Surgery
Member of The Portuguese Medical Association – Nr. 55124
Graduated by the Abel Salazar Institute of Biomedical Sciences at the University of Porto and specialized in reconstructive and aesthetic plastic surgery at Hospital de São José, in Lisbon.
Throughout her specific training in plastic surgery, she worked in internationally renowned institutions such as Institut Kaplan (Barcelona), La Clinic (Montreux) and Great Ormond Street Hospital (London).
Dr. Marta Gouveia Duarte / Plastic Surgery
Graduated in Medicine from the School of Health Sciences of the University of Minho, where she completed her Master’s thesis in Human Aging.
She concluded her specialty in Plastic, Reconstructive, and Aesthetic Surgery at the Centro Hospitalar de Lisboa Central – Hospital de São José.
Collaborates in several research projects at NOVA Medical School.
Dr. Filipa Oliveira/ Plastic Surgery
PORTUGUESE MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, Nr. 59147, specializing in Reconstructive and Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.
She graduated in Medicine from the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Porto, where she completed her master’s thesis on paediatric scars.
In Germany, before starting her internship, she worked for 4 months at the prestigious plastic and aesthetic surgery clinic Chirurgie am Botanischen Garten in Munich and then did a 3-month internship at the Department of Aesthetic and Reconstructive Plastic Surgery at St. Marien Hospital in Lüdinghausen.
In September 2015, she began her specialty in Plastic Surgery in the General, Thoracic, and Vascular Surgery department at Prosper Hospital in Recklinghausen. In 2017 she moved to the Plastic Surgery department at St. Marien Hospital in Lüdinghausen, specializing in post-bariatric, tumour and aesthetic surgery. Her training continued at the Fachklinik Hornheide, the largest skin tumour centre in Europe, and at the University of Münster, a reference centre for breast reconstruction and microsurgery. In these centres, she was part of the pioneering team worldwide in the use of robotics in microsurgery.
During her specific training in Plastic, Reconstructive, and Aesthetic Surgery, she did several internships in renowned hospitals and clinics in Germany (Wiesbaden, Bochum, Halle, Köln-Wesseling, Essen, Kassel), Brazil (Porto-Alegre) and Portugal (LMR Clinic). She took part in several German and world plastic surgery congresses and was a speaker at German and international congresses and symposia.
After completing her specialty, she became a Senior Graduate Assistant (Oberärztin) at the Fachklinik Hornheide and the University of Münster. She is currently awaiting her doctorate at the University of Münster. She is currently collaborating on various research projects at the University of Münster, where she is supervising doctoral students. She is also a regular correspondent for scientific and leisure magazines in Germany.
Her main areas of interest are body contouring surgery, breast and facial aesthetic surgery.
One of her greatest passions is volunteering and participating in humanitarian campaigns in the field of plastic surgery, helping and treating children without access to health care, having carried out dozens of surgeries in Somalia (Africa) and the State of Palestine (Middle East).