Dr. Nacul


Rejuvenescer Embelezando é a Meta da Bioplastia.


The face serves as a cover letter: physical attractiveness is a sign of health, good physical and emotional well-being.  However, a pleasant appearance to our eyes—and especially to those who look at us—is more than that: it is through the face that we relate to the world!  An attractive face is a safe haven factor, most likely for personal and professional success and social acceptance, which generate power over ourselves and those around us.


Deformities often harm self-image and self-esteem.  Culturally we are not taught to deal with differences, so deformations interfere with the social life and cause uneasiness and curiosity.


Reconstructive Bioplasty can treat congenital or acquired defects and may redesign, in selected cases, lines and contours, soften scars and depressions, atrophies, losses and lack of volumes and asymmetries, and bring a satisfactory solution to cases regarded as difficult to be solved through conventional methods.


For the face as well as for body and limbs, Bioplasty may be used in patients who have had small and large losses in volume because of congenital facial deformities (regarded as any defect in the formation of an organ or set of organs determining a morphological structural abnormality present at birth due to environmental or mixed genetic cause), tumors or acquired deformities, deformities from traumas, from accident nerve injuries, or from transmitted viral infectious diseases such as polio and HIV.  In the case of HIV-positive patients, some drugs and the virus itself may cause a defect called lipodystrophy in which legs, arms, buttocks and face lose body fat, getting a “skeletonized” aspect.  The loss of fat on the face is the biggest problem for those affected, since the face is on display all the time.


Bioplasty provides better physical conditions, gives a healthier appearance and also brings emotional betterment for patients with increased survival rates.  When performed with good quality materials, Bioplasty complication index is close to zero.


Bioplasty may be used to correct and/or treat:




Bioplasty: the plastic procedure that rejuvenates, beautifies and corrects


Bioplastia is a technology that deals with large and small aesthetic problems which are solved in a simple way and with no trauma.  Many of the aesthetic correction procedures for embellishment and rejuvenation can be done without surgery or postoperative period, with very natural results and no surprises.  And, even better, before undergoing the Bioplasty itself, the result may be assessed in advance through a simulated test, allowing you to see the likely outcome before the real procedure, and therefore, you may reassess your decision.  See what Bioplasty can do for you.


Bioplasty and beauty enhancement

Bioplasty can enhance the beauty lines through defining jaw lines or projecting the chin, which are essential for a balanced profile.  With Bioplasty, we can produce the “blush” effect to design movement—after all, beauty is movement—which enhances the looks and brings forth presence to beauty as well as charm.  It can also, when medically indicated, increase cheekbones in the needed amount, thus illuminating the face.   Moreover, through Bioplasty, we can correct the nose, lift, augment or shape the butt.


Bioplasty in facial rejuvenation

When we look at somebody, we may detect his or her age group.  As time goes by, we acquire signs of aging through loss of volume in the face and, at the same time, we lose the definition contours.  The contours fade, creases and wrinkles appear showing aging.  It is through the restoration of volumes in the correct places and in the recommended amount that we can replenish the volume lost, eliminate wrinkles and create beauty angles to produce very natural rejuvenation and embellishment.


Bioplasty for correcting congenital and acquired imperfections,/p>

(…) It is through Bioplasty that we, without surgery, correct a wide range of congenital and acquired imperfections, among which we may mention: polio sequelae (infantile paralysis), HIV-associated lipodystrophy (due to the use of antiretroviral drugs), facial and body atrophies, Pectus excavatum, Pectus carinatum (also known as “pigeon breast”), sequelae caused by accidents when there is asymmetry or volume loss, cleft lip sequelae, and others.


Excerpts from full article published in the Journal Classic Life, Issue No. 19, 2010, p. 18.




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