Coronavirus and plastic surgery

Coronavirus also has implications for the field of plastic surgery. Politicians and scientists appeal to private clinics not to use scarce resources and material now and to postpone all elketive (planable), inpatient procedures.

The Nuremberg clinic, headed by aesthetic plastic surgeon Dr. Jens Baetge, is also adhering to this. “We also rely on readiness in the time of the coronavirus and behave in solidarity, even though financial losses are to be expected. Outpatient surgery may continue to be performed.”

What does the coronavirus have to do with the podcast?

What does the coronavirus have to do with the breast augmentation podcast? At first glance, of course, nothing. The conversation with Dr. Baetge and the patient took place in the time before Corona. We would like to support the clinic and our “Preferred Partner” Dr. Jens Baetge with this publication, because there is also a time after the virus…

And that’s what Podcast Episode 003 is about: too small, not firm enough or asymmetrical – there are many reasons why women are dissatisfied with their breasts. Breast augmentation with implants remains one of the most commonly performed beauty surgery techniques. How the surgery works, what you should definitely pay attention to and how you feel as a sufferer. In the podcast, a patient talks about her experiences and the aesthetic plastic surgeon Dr. Jens Baetge about risks and opportunities.

Reasons for breast augmentation

Katrin Kaltwang loves her breasts. However, her breasts changed after two births. “My breasts looked like they had been drunk up, lost their shape and I really wanted my beautiful breasts back,” explains the 33-year-old and went on a search. She had consultations at five different practices before making her decision.

Anyone who decides to have a breast augmentation should take every precaution to keep the surgical risk as low as possible and the chances of success as high as possible. The plastic surgeon is also of this opinion and therefore attaches great importance to the consultation before and the care after the operation.