Dual wavelength laser for the removal of monochromatic, color and pigmented lesions

Written by: Dott. William Forlini
Published: | Updated: 14/11/2018
Edited by: Jennifer Verta

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By Dott. William Forlini
Plastic surgery

Dr. William Forlini is an expert in Plastic Surgery in Ancona.
Graduated in Medicine and Surgery at the Polytechnic University of the Marche, he subsequently obtained a Specialization in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery in 2009 and followed a Course in Tissue Engineering. He took part in an international study for the experimentation of new machines able to treat complex wounds and deepened his knowledge in the field of facial malformation surgery in the United States.
He is the author of numerous scientific texts of Reconstructive Plastic Surgery and co-author of the book "Body Contouring". In addition to Plastic Reconstructive Surgery, the area in which it boasts great experience is the Aesthetic Medicine, in particular in laser liposculpture, mastoplasty, abdominoplasty, blepharoplasty, face and laser removal for tattoos and hand and shoulder surgery. diabetic foot. He devotes himself to the Difficult Wounds, to the vascular ulcers and in particular to the Diabetic Foot: since 2016 he is Head of the Surgery Unit of the Diabetic Foot of the Villa Igea Nursing Home in Ancona, affiliated with the SSN. The diseases that are treated range from the revascularization of the ischemic limbs to the rescue of the infected limb. In the same structure, carried out in agreement with the NHS, post-bariatric plastic surgery as abdominoplasty, thigh and arm list and mastopexy. He currently practices his profession in three private practices in Ancona, Jesi and Porto San Giorgio.

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