Elyzee healthcare facility, part of Safari Holding consists of a group of experienced cosmetic surgeons who made it their mission to provide the patients with the best, most comfortable and safe healthcare experience. Elyzee Healthcare, a multi-specialty surgical institution with over 10 different specialties such as aesthetic, cosmetic, dentistry, and surgical procedures, among many others, is launching a Boutique Specialty hospital in the UAE.
The Elyzee multispecialty surgical facility, consists of a group of experienced surgeons who aim to provide its patients with the most comfortable and safe healthcare experience ever. The hospital specialises in the most advanced surgery procedures like liposuction, breast augmentation, rhinoplasty, dermatology, gynaecology, dentistry, laser treatment, skin care, hair care, slimming treatments, diet and nutrition, general surgery etc.
As the hospital expands its chain of specialised hospitals, a post-burn reconstructive unit will be added to the dynamic setup. Dr Nahla Al Mansouri, an Emirati woman consultant plastic surgeon, will oversee and carry out the Microscopic Lymphatic Surgery, which will be one of Elyzee Boutique Specialty Hospital's main departments, and will help and improve the lives of many patients, particularly those with breast cancer. They will also provide lymphedema services.
Additionally, a post-burn reconstructive treatment facility will be constructed to handle cases requiring skin grafts, stem cell therapy, plastic surgery, and other post-burn treatments.
Elyzee is also pleased to announce the opening of its medical dermatology department, which will be the nation's first facility for the detection of skin cancer. This department is associated with a renowned French institute and will be managed by a French plastic surgeon who collaborates with the institution. Elyzee utilises the most innovative, and minimally invasive procedures to provide you with the finest results possible and make you look and feel your absolute best.
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