Plastic and Aesthetic Surgery

Special Surgery

Hand Surgery

Our hands are sophisticated and highly complex motor organs. With our hands we cope with our daily lives, express ourselves and get in touch with our environment. They are a central part of our body.

The functionality of our hands is essential to successfully and satisfactorily participate in life. A limitation of this functionality means a significant loss of independence and quality of life for those affected. 

Dr. Roesler has acquired additional qualification in hand surgery successfully and has extensive experience in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the hand such as nerve compression syndrome, Dupuytren's contracture, ring ligament stenosis, tendonitis, etc. The specialization for hand surgeons ensures thorough knowledge in this field and the skills to restore the hand with respect to their ability to function.

Intimate surgery

Anatomically, the inner labia are barely covered by the outer labia. However, some women have larger inner labia that protrude beyond the outer labia. 

Women who are affected by this find it annoying and unattractive. Furthermore, functional, as well as social, restrictions can arise in sexuality and physical exercise (e.g. biking, running). 

With a surgical procedure, it is possible to reduce the inner labia and restore a natural shape. The sexual sensitivity remains unaffected. The intervention is possible with local anesthesia, as well as general anesthesia.

Correction of scars

Scars and lesions may occur through a variety of causes, such as after surgery, burns or removal of skin tumors. Many patients are not only aesthetically disturbed by these scars, but functionally disturbed as well. Thus correcting the scars is not only for aesthetic reasons, but also to improve limited movement. 

However, a complete removal of the scar is not feasible. We can advise on all options and techniques and their risks. Most scar correction is done under local anesthesia and on an outpatient basis.

Sweat treatment

Excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis) of the armpits, and sometimes on the hands and the feet, is a problem for many people. Most conventional deodorants do not help. This problem can be solved permanently with removal of the sweat glands. 

When using the combined suction and curettage method for the sweat glands, sweating is significantly reduced and is normalized. This method is reliable and safe, and, compared to previously used surgical and non-invasive methods, it is preferred in terms of the success of treatment, scar development and potential complications.

It is also possible to treat excessive sweating with the injection of Botox. This method is useful when there is increased sweating even in cold weather (so-called paradoxical sweating). The success of this treatment has a duration of approximately 6 months.

Hyperhidrosis (sweating)

Excessive sweating affects many people. It can be especially uncomfortable on the hands, soles of the feet or armpits. The suffering increases when conventional deodorants and "home remedies" are no longer sufficient. There are surgical and conservative treatment options available.

An appropriate surgical therapy is the suction and curettage of the sweat glands. An alternative to surgery is the treatment with Botox. The treatment with Botox is very efficient, especially in paradoxical sweating where a person sweats even in cold weather.

Sweat production nearly comes to a complete halt. The treatment with Botox usually lasts for six months. Let us guide you to the respective advantages and disadvantages in the treatment of excessive sweating.


Our skin envelopes our bodies and protects us from many external environmental influences. Environmental influences such as solar exposure, mechanical irritation, etc. can cause different lesions/tumors to appear. Our skin, the largest organ of our body, can also develop lesion/tumors through the maturation process of aging. 

Such changes can be good, but also they can be bad. If it is a malignant change, surgical removal is necessary. Benign lesions may also be disturbing and distracting, however. Again, we recommend removal of the lesion.

After careful consultation and a detailed investigation of your skin lesions/tumors, we will remove them in accordance with the latest medical and aesthetic criteria in order to achieve an optimal result for you.