Dr. André Colaneri
Intimate Surgery is one of the branches of cosmetic surgery that has shown the most growth in demand, dissemination and number of surgeries performed. The exposure of the naked body in the media (television, internet, magazines, etc.) provided greater knowledge of genital aesthetics and the possibility of comparing the current aesthetic standard with the genitalia itself.
With the greater publicity of surgeries, many women who felt “different” came to know that there are ways to change genital aesthetics and with that, they started looking for intimate surgeries.
The purpose of intimate surgeries is, by improving the aesthetics of the genital region, to eliminate the embarrassment and discomfort that make many women avoid exposing themselves and enjoy their sex life to the full. With the improvement of self-esteem, it is natural that social and sexual life improves, simply by feeling better, relaxing and enjoying without blockages or trauma.
Dr. André Colaneri
Higher Course: Faculty of Medical Sciences, State University of Campinas, UNICAMP (1991 to 1996) Residency in General Surgery: State University of Campinas, Campinas-SP, UNICAMP Residency in Plastic Surgery: Santa Cruz Plastic Surgery Institute, São Paulo-SP Specialist by the Brazilian Society of Plastic Surgery Titular Member of the Brazilian Society of Plastic Surgery Member of the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ISAPS) Judicial Expert in Plastic Surgery by the Brazilian Society of Plastic Surgery Awards during Academic Life: Department of Surgery Award, granted at the Graduation Graduation in 1996, to the student who stood out in this Department during graduation. “Kidney Effects of Shockwaves in the Growing Rat with Single Kidney”, Ferreira, U.; Crop, N; Brezoti, J.A., Freitas, A.G.; Fregonesi, A. • 2nd Antônio Puigvert Prize, American Congress of Urology (CAU), held from September 27 to October 28, 1996, in Santiago, Chile. • Honorable Mention, V Academic Medical Congress of UNICAMP, held between August 10 and 14, 1996 in Campinas.