In her every day, Dr. Kelly Vasileiadou juggles family, marriage and running a successful private clinic for aesthetic surgery and medicine. That her passion stems from her Greek heritage is evident, although in her practice divine beauty is never the goal. On the contrary, in recent years the trend has shifted from artificiality to achieving a more natural and balanced appearance. Most patients no longer wish to look like an ideal but the best version of themselves to keep body and soul in harmony at every stage of life.
Dr. Kelly’s journey to becoming a doctor started early. “Ever since I can remember, I always wanted to be a doctor. Since then, I have pursued this wish without compromise, with great discipline and outstanding results.” After many years practicing as a surgeon at the University Hospital in Basel, her own practice in Canton Zug followed. Today, some two thousand operations later and counting, she contributes to research and education always moving with the times.
Seamlessly combining traditional surgical methods with the most state of the art technologies, Dr. Kelly and her experienced team offer a wide range of non-invasive and surgical aesthetic treatment options in English, German, Italian and Greek, obviously. From treatment of wrinkles, face rejuvenation, stretch marks or carrying out hair removal, through to facelifts, breast augmentation or liposuction, patients’ needs are diverse. “I am the mother of a small daughter, have long working days and the same beauty concerns as every woman and every man who works hard and bears a lot of responsibility. That's why I appreciate my patients’ questions and wishes.”
Indeed, we live in times where many of us are made to feel incredibly body conscious because of media. Especially in the focus are women’s body ideals but where does that leave men? As more and more men take a critical look in the mirror, every sixth patient who visits a plastic and aesthetic surgery practice is in fact male. Dr. Kelly elaborates, “I look forward to every time a man finds the courage to come to me.”
For more information, visit www.drkelly.ch.