Plastic Surgery

Plastic surgery is a field of medicine that deals with the improvement of aesthetic defects of the human body. It also includes reconstructive surgery, which deals with restoring damaged tissues, restoring their function and appearance, which have been disturbed in the course of the disease or birth defects. The effects of plastic surgery are permanent, unlike other methods of modifying the human body. This means that patients after plastic surgery can enjoy their effects longer.

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Satisfaction with our own beautiful appearance is manifested in a good mood, confidence, safety, smile… we are simply happier. It can also have a positive effect on self-esteem and even mental health. Lack of satisfaction with your appearance can have a negative impact on your personal, social and business life. The source of dissatisfaction can have various causes in the form of injuries, birth defects or simply other details of the face or body that we do not like or accept. Plastic surgery can change this and let you feel better in your own body. The treatments offered at KCM Clinic include many different facial and whole body operations. They are performed by Dr. Marta Wilczyńska-Staniul, who is constantly improving, educating and developing, so that the effects of surgery will definitely satisfy patients. He also remains faithful to the belief that a natural look should always be maintained.

Plastic surgeon – plastic surgeons at KCM Clinic

Doctors

Lek. med. Teresa Janowska – Anesthesiologist
Lek. med. Zbigniew Lewko – Anesthesiologist

Coordinators

Coordinator Dagmara
Coordinator Alicja

Head of the operating room, Chief nurse, Ward nurse

Mgr Anna Sadowa – Operating theater manager
Mgr Agata Mirek – Ward nurse
Mgr Anna Stawińska – Chief nurse

Nurses

Beata Sulimir
Katarzyna Karbowska
Małgorzata Fularz
Ewelina Atłas
Zuzanna Bereszczuk
Dorota Krzych
Marlena Piekarz

It is natural that there are many questions about plastic surgery. Doctors and support staff at KCM Clinic are here to answer any questions. Below are answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about plastic surgery and aesthetic procedures. Your GP or aesthetic medicine doctor will answer your specific questions about your individual health.

What does recovery look like after plastic surgery?

Each patient tolerates pain differently after the procedure. The surgeon prescribes appropriate painkillers to minimize discomfort. Most facial plastic surgeries have minimal discomfort after surgery. Liposuction is slightly more uncomfortable, and operations that require muscle lifting or tension, such as abdominoplasty or breast enlargement, can cause discomfort comparable to Caesarean section.


What type of anesthesia is the best?

It completely depends on the type of surgery. Some plastic surgery procedures require general anesthesia, while others only require local sedation anesthesia. For some treatments, the doctor offers a choice of anesthesia, depending on the patient’s preferences.


What can I expect during the first consultation?

During the initial consultation, the doctor focuses on listening to the patient’s goals and needs and conducts the exam. Then the details of the procedure are discussed, the doctor’s opinion and whether it is possible to achieve the effects proposed by the patient.


What can I expect during the first consultation?

During the initial consultation, the doctor focuses on listening to the patient’s goals and needs and conducts the exam. Then the details of the procedure are discussed, the doctor’s opinion and whether it is possible to achieve the effects proposed by the patient.

How best to prepare for the procedure?

All information regarding preparation for the procedure is determined individually during consultation with the doctor. In order to properly prepare for the procedure, you should inform your doctor about the details of the patient’s state of health, previous operations, including plastic surgery, but also about chronic diseases, allergies and medications taken.


How many days after the surgery can I go back to work?

The possibility of returning to a normal working mode is determined by the doctor after the procedure. These recommendations are important for correct recovery. Usually, about a week after the surgery, patients are ready to return to work.


Does the fact that a surgeon is a woman affect the effect of plastic surgery?

Most plastic surgeons are men. And although most of them have outstanding qualifications for surgery, communication problems may arise before the surgery. Usually, a woman who is a surgeon and performs the procedure is more able to understand the needs and expectations of patients who directly relate to the female appearance. Thanks to the understanding and good communication between the doctor and the patient, the effects of plastic surgery can be even more satisfactory.


Why is it recommended to stop smoking before surgery?

Nicotine contained in tobacco products slows wound healing. The longer the healing process takes place, the more visible the scar will be. Usually smokers have more visible scars after plastic surgery. Therefore, if possible, we advise you to quit smoking well before surgery to lower your blood nicotine levels and to refrain from using tobacco products throughout the wound healing and recovery process.

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Satisfaction with our own beautiful appearance is manifested in a good mood, confidence, safety, smile… we are simply happier. It can also have a positive effect on self-esteem and even mental health. Lack of satisfaction with your appearance can have a negative impact on your personal, social and business life. The source of dissatisfaction can have various causes in the form of injuries, birth defects or simply other details of the face or body that we do not like or accept. Plastic surgery can change this and let you feel better in your own body. The treatments offered at KCM Clinic include many different facial and whole body operations. They are performed by Dr. Marta Wilczyńska-Staniul, who is constantly improving, educating and developing, so that the effects of surgery will definitely satisfy patients. He also remains faithful to the belief that a natural look should always be maintained.

Our Team

Plastic surgeon – plastic surgeons at KCM Clinic

Doctors

Lek. med. Teresa Janowska – Anesthesiologist
Lek. med. Zbigniew Lewko – Anesthesiologist

Coordinators

Coordinator Dagmara
Coordinator Alicja

Head of the operating room, Chief nurse, Ward nurse

Mgr Anna Sadowa – Operating theater manager
Mgr Agata Mirek – Ward nurse
Mgr Anna Stawińska – Chief nurse

Nurses

Beata Sulimir
Katarzyna Karbowska
Małgorzata Fularz
Ewelina Atłas
Zuzanna Bereszczuk
Dorota Krzych
Marlena Piekarz
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FAQ

It is natural that there are many questions about plastic surgery. Doctors and support staff at KCM Clinic are here to answer any questions. Below are answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about plastic surgery and aesthetic procedures. Your GP or aesthetic medicine doctor will answer your specific questions about your individual health.

What does recovery look like after plastic surgery?

Each patient tolerates pain differently after the procedure. The surgeon prescribes appropriate painkillers to minimize discomfort. Most facial plastic surgeries have minimal discomfort after surgery. Liposuction is slightly more uncomfortable, and operations that require muscle lifting or tension, such as abdominoplasty or breast enlargement, can cause discomfort comparable to Caesarean section.


What type of anesthesia is the best?

It completely depends on the type of surgery. Some plastic surgery procedures require general anesthesia, while others only require local sedation anesthesia. For some treatments, the doctor offers a choice of anesthesia, depending on the patient’s preferences.


What can I expect during the first consultation?

During the initial consultation, the doctor focuses on listening to the patient’s goals and needs and conducts the exam. Then the details of the procedure are discussed, the doctor’s opinion and whether it is possible to achieve the effects proposed by the patient.


What can I expect during the first consultation?

During the initial consultation, the doctor focuses on listening to the patient’s goals and needs and conducts the exam. Then the details of the procedure are discussed, the doctor’s opinion and whether it is possible to achieve the effects proposed by the patient.

How best to prepare for the procedure?

All information regarding preparation for the procedure is determined individually during consultation with the doctor. In order to properly prepare for the procedure, you should inform your doctor about the details of the patient’s state of health, previous operations, including plastic surgery, but also about chronic diseases, allergies and medications taken.


How many days after the surgery can I go back to work?

The possibility of returning to a normal working mode is determined by the doctor after the procedure. These recommendations are important for correct recovery. Usually, about a week after the surgery, patients are ready to return to work.


Does the fact that a surgeon is a woman affect the effect of plastic surgery?

Most plastic surgeons are men. And although most of them have outstanding qualifications for surgery, communication problems may arise before the surgery. Usually, a woman who is a surgeon and performs the procedure is more able to understand the needs and expectations of patients who directly relate to the female appearance. Thanks to the understanding and good communication between the doctor and the patient, the effects of plastic surgery can be even more satisfactory.


Why is it recommended to stop smoking before surgery?

Nicotine contained in tobacco products slows wound healing. The longer the healing process takes place, the more visible the scar will be. Usually smokers have more visible scars after plastic surgery. Therefore, if possible, we advise you to quit smoking well before surgery to lower your blood nicotine levels and to refrain from using tobacco products throughout the wound healing and recovery process.

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