Turkey Plastic Surgeon
Agaoglu My Prestige Office Plaza, Barbaros Mah Ihlamur Bulv Sarkac Sok , Kat 2 D 9-10
Istanbul, 34750 TR
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Dr. Cengiz is Such an Amazing and Excellent Plastic Surgeon I Have Ever Seen - Istanbul, TR

Dr. Cengiz is such an amazing and excellent plastic surgeon I have ever seen. He is really the best in his field. He was very informative and helpful with all of my questions before and after my surgery. He proved to be extremely welcoming, attentive, personable, friendly and sincere. I feel very satisfied with the surgery as a whole and very happy with his attention to every detail of my care...

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Long Awaited Scar Removal - Atasehir, Istanbul

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Hospital Privileges

Dr. Acikel has hospital affiliations at Acıbadem Kozyatağı Hospital and Acıbadem Atasehir Surgical Center, İstanbul-Turkey.

Education

  • Undergraduate & Medical School

    Medical: MD, Gulhane Military Medical Academy School of Medicine, Ankara, 1988
  • Post-Medical School Training

    Residency: Aestetic, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Gulhane Military Medical Academy, 1997
    Fellowship: Plastic Surgery, UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas, Dallas, Texas, USA, 2003

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The Surgical Treatment of the Self-Harm (Self-Inflicted) Arm Scars

Harming his or her own body by razor blades, glass or other sharp instruments is a behavior in which cultural, social and psychological factors play a role on the basis. The behavior of cutting himself with a razor blade is not in itself a psychiatric disorder. Usually, it is regarded as a symptom associating some psychological problems. This behavior pattern may improve over time when the underlying psychological problem is treated or self-improved. It is observed especially in adolescent...

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Can I remove self harm scars? (Photo)

Hi, your scars can be effectively treated by "dermabrasion and thin skin grafting method" invented and published by me. Kind regards. READ MORE

Self harm scars. How should I get rid of them - skin grafting or laser? Will being African American lessen my chances? (Photo)

Hi, Your scars can be effectively treated by the "dermabrasion and thin skin grafting technique" invented and published by me. Kind regards. READ MORE

I had a Septorhinoplasty surgery 5 months ago and my nose is still numb.

Hi Sarah, One-year waiting or recovery period is reasonable time for maturation of operated nasal tissues. Keep in touch your doctor, dont worry. Best... READ MORE

How to Reduce Cutting Scars from Self Harm?

Hi, your scars can be effectively treated by "dermabrasion and thin skin grafting method" invented and published by me. Kind regards. READ MORE

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Surgical Treatment of Self-Harm Scars — See These Before & After Photos

Dr. Cengiz Acikel uses dermabrasion and thin skin grafting to treat self-inflicted scars on the arms. WATCH VIDEO

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