YONSEI BARO CHUK HOSPITAL

PELVIC PLASTY

ABOUT SKELETAL AESTHETICS
WHAT IS PELVIC PLASTY?
Pelvic Plasty is a form of augmentation to the Pelvic region using the techniques of orthopedic surgery.
The word derives from "Plasty" which relates to plastic surgery.
PELVIC PLASTY PROCEDURE
OSTY MEDITECH'S UNIQUE APPROACH TO PELVIC PLASTY
PELVIC PLASTY Q&A
  • Q : Is the surgery available now?
  • A : Yes! And you can start booking for an appointment right away
  • Q : Is it safe to travel to South Korea?
  • A : Yes but you need to observe social and personal hygiene(wear mask, carry sanitizer) when travelling to and from the hospital.
  • Q : Can we arrange for accommodation and transfer?
  • A : Yes, we can assist with your Hotel stay (3 mins. away from the hospital) but you will have to arrange airport pick-up with the hotel
WHO ARE THE IDEAL CANDIDATES
FOR PELVIC PLASTY SURGERY?
  • Male to Female transgender patients are excellent candidates to correct a naturally male form and produce more curvature in the lateral portion of the hip/thigh region.
  • Any women who frequently lack fullness in the hips and do not have the sufficient fat to perform a fat grafting procedure. Usually, Asian women have relatively small pelvic bone and this would be a good candidative.
  • A congenital anatomic deformity, or acquired deformities due to trauma, disease or after surgical procedures.
  • Although a depression over the greater trochanter is natural, many females wish to accentuate this region and fill out the area to give them a more prominent curvature and benefit from the use of a hip implant.
  • Buttocks augmentation patients may be interested in combining this with hip augmentation.
  • Whoever is not satisfied with body figure curvature (Who has Waist to Hip ration greater than 0.6~0.7)
  • Our implant would be good adjuvant option to Buttocks augmentation; which only brings sagittal expansion. With pelvic plasty coronal expansion could also be achieved.
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CONTACT DETAILS
133, Dongil-ro, Seongdong-gu,
Seoul, Republic of Korea
133, Dongil-ro, Seongdong-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea

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