Plastic surgery

Mehiläinen offers you expertise and extensive experience in plastic surgery.

Sometimes, even the finest piece of art requires restoration. Accidents or illnesses can leave a mark. Your quality of life can be improved by addressing issues related to your appearance. Plastic surgery is one way of improving and maintaining your appearance.

View all plastic surgeons of Mehiläinen

Mehiläinen’s range of aesthetic surgery services includes the following:

Aesthetic facial surgery

  • Scar revision
  • Botox and hyaluronic acid
  • Surgery of protruding ears
  • Injection treatment: Restylane, Juvederm
  • Facelift
  • Mole removal
  • Nose surgery
  • Surgical fat transfer to the facial area
  • Eye surgery and common eye area problems
  • Blepharoplasty
  • Upper eyelid surgery
  • Lower eyelid surgery

Breast enlargement and other modes of breast surgery

  • Reconstructive procedures after breast cancer treatment
  • Correction of asymmetry
  • Breast reduction surgery and breast lift
  • Breast enlargement with implants
  • Breast enlargement with prostheses or the body’s own fat
  • Breast enlargement with injections

Surgical procedures of the body

  • Liposuction of various parts of the body(stomach, waist, thighs)
  • Pregnancy stretch marks
  • Liposuction
  • Fat transfer to the facial area, breasts, etc.
  • Varicose veins
  • Abdominoplasty and surgical tightening of the abdomen
  • Surgical removal of abdominal folds

Genital surgery services for women and men are also available. It is also possible to remove tattoos with plastic surgery.

Plastic eye surgery

Plastic eye surgery procedures include upper eyelid surgery, corrective surgery of saggy eyelids and removal of spots and tumours in the eye area.

Learn more about Mehiläinen’s experts who perform surgical procedures of the eye area

Experienced plastic surgeons

Mehiläinen’s hospitals employ experienced and professional plastic surgeons and other members of the staff. The processes of the operation rooms and other procedural units are based on strong expertise and modern methodology. After an operation, patients can stay at an inpatient ward for post-operative treatment, where our highly professional nursing staff will look after their well-being.

Mehiläinen has a long history of treating plastic surgery patients, as Mehiläinen’s hospital in Helsinki used to serve patients with a cleft palate. Mehiläinen has also been issued a quality certificate for its high quality of treatment. In addition, Mehiläinen has a strong multidisciplinary culture where members of the staff can consult each other and treat all health problems in a comprehensive manner.

Individual treatment plans by plastic surgeons

‘Patients can find plenty of information in advance online and from various magazines. There are also software programmes that can be used to outline the final results, but they do not often provide a realistic prognosis. In most cases, my patients ask me directly about what should be done. I tend to highlight the significance of a natural look. It makes more sense to perform a natural face lift instead of an operation that results in an excessively rigid look that can easily attract the unwanted attention of others. In other words, less is more,’ says Stephan Dietz, plastic surgeon, general surgeon of Mehiläinen Töölö.

‘All cases must be studied as objectively as possible. The most important thing is to find an appropriate solution to the patient’s personal problem. Nothing should be taken for granted. In most cases, patients are offered the possibility of a second or even third consultation regarding plastic surgery before making a decision regarding surgery. Sometimes it is a better idea to advance in small steps by administering injections, for example. Such procedures may include hyaluronic acid treatment or botulin injections, which are completely safe when administered correctly,’ says Dietz.

‘Only after listening to the patient’s wishes is it possible to tell the patient what can realistically be achieved. Any decisions regarding procedures are made together with the patient. This prevents the risk of multiple procedures when the patient realises that the result does not match their expectations. Patients must know all risks related to the procedure, even those that might occur in a worst case scenario,’ says Dietz.