Dr Stasch Plastic Surgery

Plastic Surgery for Kenyan Men by Dr Stasch (Liposuction, Gynaecomastia, weight loss, eye lid lift, belly fat removal) “The most popular procedures among Kenyan men include gynaecomastia which reduces male’s enlarged breasts, removal of belly fat, liposuction which entails removal of excess fatty tissue from a specific area of the body, post-bariatric surgery (a procedure that is designed to lead to weight loss)…

Dr Stasch Nairobi, Kenya

Plastic Surgery for Men in Kenya by Dr Stasch: Reduction of Man Boobs (Gynaecomastia), Belly Liposuction, Scar revision, weight-loss surgery done in Nairobi Plastic Surgery for Men in Kenya by Dr Stasch:  Reduction of Man Boobs (Gynaecomastia), Belly Liposuction, Scar revision, weight-loss surgery done in Nairobi Kenyan men are increasingly going under the knife to…

Dr T. Stasch at Breast Cancer Symposium April 2018 AKUH

Dr Tilman Stasch discusses breast reconstruction in Kenya Dr Tilman Stasch joined his medical colleagues to talk about an important issue. There is a need to integrate and adapt recent developments in breast cancer care while taking into consideration resource-poor settings in Sub Saharan Africa so that patients receive the best care, said speakers at…

Dr Stasch talks Facial rejuvenation: Facial Plastic Surgery Rejuvenation and Rhinoplasty workshop in collaboration with Valentis Clinic and KSPRAS Location / Venue: UoN CHS and AGUH During the week of 29.2. – 4.03.2016 the Kenyan Society of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery (www.kspras.com) in conjunction with the University of Nairobi (www.uonbi.ac.ke), Department of Surgery,  and…

The Kenya Society of Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons (KSPRAS) conducted a Breast Surgery Workshop in April 2017. University of Nairobi (UoN) Plastic Surgery residents participated alongside other KSPRAS members from UoN and elsewhere. The principle facilitators were Dr Tilman Stasch of Valentis Clinic in Nairobi and Dr Kevin Adams from University of Cape town (UCT). In…

Valentis Clinic in Nairobi is making it possible for Kenyans to have elective plastic surgery locally. Elective plastic surgery has been a taboo topic in Africa for a long time. The pictures associated with those who have undergone plastic surgery are far from inspiring. The look is never natural, leaning towards the obscene and most…

Valentis Foundation, together with KACSU and the Albinism Society of Kenya successfully organized and conducted the Screening Day for people with albinism (PWA) on Sunday, 1. September 2013 Speaking at the Albinism Screening Day in Nairobi on Sunday, the society’s coordinator Isaac Mwaura said money allocated by the government for albinism is not being utilized…

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