Dr Cornette De Saint-Cyr
The approach to aesthetic surgery is never futile.
It tackles the intimate conflict between the desired image and the actual image reflected by the mirror and those close to us, whether it be the face or body. The way that this discrepancy is perceived varies depending on the individual but it can range from simple dissatisfaction to a profound sense of ill-being.
It’s not possible to bestow absolute beauty upon everyone in the world but we can give back as much beauty as there is potential and desire for it.
There are universal criteria for beauty but patients should not see this as some kind of standardized template.
The surgeon needs to listen in order to understand what is being asked and so give an expression to the answer to that request using the most modern techniques which are regularly discussed at conferences around the world. In today’s world communication is global.
“The professional surgeon has no right to be anything other than an eternal student”.
However the patient needs to remain level-headed and to keep faith with his or her true desire rather than be influenced by the “tyranny” of society and the media.
So long as it can give back just one little hint of happiness cosmetic surgery is the finest profession in the world.
- LINES AND WRINKLES,
- SAGGING OF THE SKIN,
- SLACKENING OF JOWLS OR NECK.
- BREAST AUGMENTATION
- REDUCTION OF BREASTS
- THE LIFTING OF DROOPING BREASTS
- BREAST RECONSTRUCTION
INTIMITÉ NYMPHOPLASTIE / HYMEN
- PEELS AND LASER TREATMENT
La solution à vos problèmes de :
Changes to the upper lip
Dr. Bernard Cornette de Saint-Cyr will welcome you in consultation. Listening to you, he will advise you and guide you to the right solution for your body type.
The competence of the teams dedicated to you, together with an internationally acclaimed surgeon guarantee the best conditions of quality and safety for your stay
The day of surgery
The procedure can be done in “ambulatory” surgery that is to say with a discharge on the same day after several hours of surveillance
Mutual informed consent
I understand that there are risks (bleeding, infection, allergic reaction, healing disorders, etc.) associated with the procedure, as with any surgery, and that these can be serious or life-threatening.