Hip X-Ray€16–€149Find a clinic
Paranasal sinus radiography€12–€99Find a clinic
Mammography (Mammogram)€14–€136Find a clinic
Lumbosacral spine X-Ray€15–€110Find a clinic
Knee joint X-ray€14–€105Find a clinic
Chest X-Ray (CXR)€12–€110Find a clinic
Dental radiography€4–€40Find a clinic
Panoramic Dental X-ray€10–€107Find a clinic
3D X-ray of the maxilla or mandible€40–€341Find a clinic
3D X-ray of half of the maxilla or mandible€9–€219Find a clinic
3D X-ray of both maxilla and mandible€50–€487Find a clinic
X-ray of the wrist€20–€105Find a clinic
X-ray of the shoulder joint€20–€133Find a clinic
X-ray of the thoracic spine€24–€105Find a clinic
X-ray of the ankle€33–€105Find a clinic
X-ray of the calcaneus€33–€105Find a clinic
X-ray of the foot€20–€133Find a clinic
X-ray of the cervical spine€24–€105Find a clinic
Abdominoplasty (includes repositioning the belly button)€2500–€12193Find a clinic
Abdominoplasty with repositioning of the belly button is an operation, which helps to get rid of the hanging belly. During this surgical procedure, excessive belly fat and loose skin are removed. As a result of reshaping the belly, however, the position of the belly button may change, hence the name of the procedure: abdominoplasty with repositioning of the belly button. In case of great abdominoplasty, an arced incision is made from one hipbone to the other. For better results, the operation can be combined with liposuction (fat removal). The operation is performed under general anesthesia.
Abdominoplasty (tummy tuck)€1400–€18395Find a clinic
Abdominoplasty or tummy tuck procedure is an operation, which helps to get rid of the hanging belly. Sometimes it is not necessary to change the position of the belly button and small or partial abdominoplasty is enough to solve the cosmetic problem. During the operation, excessive belly fat and loose skin are removed. Compared to great abdominoplasty, the incision is much smaller and usually there is no need to correct the belly button region. Small abdominoplasty can also be combined with liposuction (fat removal).
Hysteroscopy€402–€3224Find a clinic
Hysteroscopy is minimally invasive inspection of the uterine cavity by means of a special camera-guided endoscope called hysteroscope. Hysteroscopy is useful for diagnosing and specifying the causes of several problems and diseases such as heavy menstrual or postmenopausal bleeding, recurrent early pregnancy loss and infertility. Hysteroscopy is performed under general anesthesia.
Hysteroscopy with a surgical procedure€599–€3800Find a clinic
Hysteroscopy is minimally invasive inspection of the uterine cavity by means of a special camera-guided endoscope called hysteroscope. During the hysteroscopic procedure it is possible to detect and immediately resolve intrauterine pathologies, take tissue samples (biopsies) and remove foreign bodies, polyps and small myomas. Hysteroscopy is usually performed under general anesthesia.
Diagnostic laparoscopy€478–€1027Find a clinic
Diagnostic laparoscopy is the most informative diagnostic method in gynecology nowadays. During the procedure, a thin tube with camera (laparoscope) and a laparoscopic hook for manipulating the camera are gently guided through small incisions in the skin into the abdominal cavity. The equipment allows the doctor to observe the reproductive organs (uterus, fallopian tubes, ovaries) in detail and, if necessary, take tissue samples (biopsy) or immediately apply surgical treatment. Diagnostic laparoscopy is performed under general anesthesia.
Labiaplasty€990–€3693Find a clinic
Labiaplasty is a type of cosmetic surgery to change the shape of external female genitalia (labia). By means of surgery, it is possible to reduce the size of the inner or outer labia or to remove a disturbing skin fold near the clitoris. The operation, which lasts about an hour, is performed under local anesthesia. For three weeks after the operation, strenuous physical activity should be avoided.
Pelvic laparoscopy€484–€6031Find a clinic
Pelvic laparoscopy is a modern, minimally invasive surgical procedure for removing a myoma (benign tumor of the womb) or the entire uterus. The laparoscopic procedure enables to operate without making a large abdominal incision. Only a few small incisions are made in order to insert specific surgical instruments into the abdominal cavity. Pelvic laparoscopy is performed under general anesthesia.
Varicose vein surgery€479–€1960Find a clinic
Varicose vein surgery with the removal of the great saphenous vein is a surgical procedure to treat varicose veins of legs. To remove the main trunk of the great saphenous vein, the major superficial vein of the leg, only two small skin incisions are made (in the groin and near the ankle bone). The branches of the vein are removed through small skin incisions or even through pinhole incisions that do not require suturing. The operation is performed under general or spinal anesthesia. Varicose veins are caused by chronic connective tissue weakness, therefore, to avoid the appearance of new varicose veins, it is necessary to continue using compression stockings after the operation.
Sclerotherapy for varicose veins€46–€1630Find a clinic
Sclerotherapy for varicose veins is a procedure to treat varicose veins that lasts about 20–50 minutes. It can be done on an outpatient basis and the recovery is quick. During the procedure, sclerosing (i.e. constricting or narrowing) substance is injected in the enlarged veins and capillaries. Sclerotherapy is not suitable for treating large varices! Before sclerotherapy it is advisable to consult a doctor and perform an ultrasound examination. Varicose veins are caused by chronic connective tissue weakness, therefore, to avoid the appearance of new varicose veins, it is necessary to continue using compression stockings after the treatment procedure.
Gynecologist’s consultation€5–€210Find a clinic
A gynecologist is a specialist in the female reproductive system and breasts who performs gynecological examinations of genital organs, helps to select an appropriate contraceptive, and plan and monitor pregnancy. If necessary, the gynecologist also performs ultrasound examinations and suggests additional analyses, such as PAP test, STD (sexually transmitted diseases) tests or hormone level measurements. Gynecologists also deal with the diagnosis and treatment of women’s infertility. It is advisable to visit a gynecologist regularly at least once every 1–2 years.
Plastic surgeon’s consultation€25–€150Find a clinic
A plastic surgeon is specializes in reconstructive and cosmetic surgical procedures. During the first appointment, surgical treatment is usually not performed. First, the plastic surgeon examines and consults the patient, and prescribes necessary tests and analyses. After that, an appropriate treatment is chosen together with the patient. Plastic surgeons perform procedures at both clinical indications and at the patient’s request. Clinical indications include correcting a serious visual defect in patient’s appearance, such as breast reconstruction after tumor removal. However, at the patient’s request, plastic surgeons perform purely aesthetic operations like breast augmentation or liposuction as well.
Ovarian and Fallopian Tube Surgery€936–€3537Find a clinic
Laparoscopic ovarian and fallopian tube surgery or adnexal surgery is a specific type of minimally invasive surgery for freeing the tube or ovary from adhesions to reduce pain or improve fertility, remove ovarian cysts, opening the tube to remove an abnormality e.g. ectopic pregnancy etc. It is performed under the general anesthesia.
Breast augmentation with implants€1950–€7928Find a clinic
Breast augmentation with implants is a cosmetic surgical procedure to achieve the desired breast size. Insertion of implants is often combined with the breast lift procedure to modify the shape of the breasts. As there a many different implants available, their insertion and positioning may vary, too. Implants can be inserted from under the breast, from the axillary region or though areolar incision. The implant is positioned in front of the breast muscle, partially behind the muscle, or completely behind the muscle. During the consultation, a suitable method is chosen with the patient. The operation is performed under general anesthesia. To get a better outcome, a compression bra should be worn for 1–3 months after the operation.
Breast lift€1950–€7936Find a clinic
Breast lift or mastopexy is a surgical procedure to give the breasts a new shape. The service described in this section is a breast lift without implants. During the operation, excessive loose skin is removed from the breasts and the remaining skin is tightened. At the same time, the breasts are lifted upwards and given a new shape. For breast lift, different methods are used, depending on the aim of the operation and the suitability for the patient: 1) areola reduction or Benelli lift; 2) vertical breast lift or lollipop; 3) horizontal mastopexy and 4) anchor or inverted T mastopexy. During the consultation, a suitable method is chosen with the patient. Breast lift operation is performed under general anesthesia.
Breast lift with Implants€3250–€10114Find a clinic
Breast lift with implants is a surgical procedure to give the breasts a new shape and size by means of implants. Quite often, implants are used during the breast lift procedure to change the size of the breasts as well. During the operation, the breasts are lifted and given a new shape; also, an implant is inserted. As there are many different implants available, their insertion and positioning may vary, too. Implants can be inserted from under the breast, from the axillary region or though areolar incision. The implant is positioned in front of the breast muscle, partially behind the muscle, or completely behind the muscle. During the consultation, a suitable method is chosen with the patient.
Male breast reduction€1450–€6456Find a clinic
Male breast reduction is a surgical procedure to solve different problems related to gynecomastia (enlargement of male breasts). The extent of the operation depends on the reason for enlargement – it can result from fat tissue proliferation or enlargement of the glandular tissue, but sometimes the main problem is loose skin after weight loss. Excessive fat tissue can be removed with liposuction. Enlarged glandular tissue is removed through a small incision made under the nipple. Removal of excessive skin after weight loss is the most extensive one of the gynecomastia operations. During the skin removal, quite often the nipple must also be lifted to a suitable height. The best result is often obtained by combining the above methods. The operation is performed under general anesthesia. To get a better outcome, a compression dressing should be worn for 2–6 months after the operation.
Removal of breast implants€1200–€3566Find a clinic
Removal of breast implants is a surgical procedure to remove an implant that was inserted at some earlier time. Breast implants are often removed for esthetical reasons. The patient may not be satisfied with the result of the operation, for example. Also, implants may need to be removed after body weight change or pregnancy, which has led to a change in the shape of breasts. Some patients want to replace the implant with a more modern or bigger one. Sometimes there are also medical indications to remove the implant, such as bacterial infection or autoimmune inflammation in response to the inserted foreign body. Other indications for the removal are implant rupture, excessive scar tissue formation, and implant displacement. The operation is performed under general anesthesia.
Breast reconstruction with abdominal flap€5110–€26670Find a clinic
Breast reconstruction with abdominal flap or breast reconstruction with the TRAM method (transverse rectus abdominis myocutaneus) is a reconstructive plastic surgery operation whereby the removed breast is replaced with a three-layered flap (consisting of the skin, fat tissue and muscle tissue) taken from the lower abdominal region. The TRAM operation enables to replace the breast with the patient’s own tissues. The operation will leave a long scar on the abdomen, extending from one hip bone to the other. The TRAM method cannot be used if the patient has had an abdominal operation, plans to become pregnant or is over- or underweight. The result of the operation – the final new appearance of the breast – can be evaluated only after six months.
Breast reconstruction with latissimus dorsi flap€4150–€13790Find a clinic
Breast reconstruction with latissimus dorsi flap or the LD method is a reconstructive plastic surgery operation whereby the removed breast is replaced with a three-layered flap (consisting of the skin, fat tissue and muscle tissue) taken from the back. During the operation, the latissimus dorsi flap is relocated through a tunnel under the skin to the breast region, while maintaining the blood supply to the donor flap. The LD breast reconstruction enables to replace the breast with the patient’s own tissues. LD reconstruction is suitable for slender women whose abdomen is too small to be used as a donor site for the flap and for those who have small or medium-sized breasts. To reconstruct a big breast, an implant should be used in addition to the donor flap as the donor flap does not contain enough fat tissue. The result of the operation – the final new appearance of the breast – can be evaluated only after six months.
Breast reduction€1311–€9855Find a clinic
Breast reduction is a surgical procedure to modify the size and shape of the breasts. During the operation, excessive breast tissue is removed and the remaining skin tightened. At the same time, the breasts are lifted and given a new shape. Breast reduction decreases load on back, neck and shoulders, thereby alleviating tension and pain in these regions. For breast reduction, different methods are used: 1) areola reduction or Benelli lift; 2) vertical breast lift or lollipop; 3) horizontal mastopexy and 4) anchor or inverted T mastopexy. During the consultation, the plastic surgeon and the patient will together choose the most suitable method. The operation is performed under general anesthesia, regardless of the method used. To get a better outcome, a compression bra should be worn for up to 6 months after the operation.
Female sterilisation€544–€2090Find a clinic
Female sterilization is a method of preventing pregnancies for women who do not want to give birth anymore. During the operation, the fallopian tubes are closed with clamps, cut through or removed. During the laparoscopic procedure, instead of a long abdominal incision, only a few small skin incisions are made, through which special instruments are inserted into the abdominal cavity. The operation is performed under general anesthesia. After sterilization, it is no longer possible to get pregnant naturally.
In vitro fertilization ( IVF )€629–€2904Find a clinic
In vitro fertilisation or IVF (“in vitro”, in glass) is one of the methods used for infertility treatment. The procedure has several stages: 1) stimulation of female ovulation, 2) retrieval of eggs from the ovaries and collection of male germ cells or spermatozoa, 3) fertilization of eggs with sperm under specific conditions, 4) culture of fertilized eggs for 2-6 days, 5) transfer of the developed embryo(s) to the uterus. The procedure is suitable when infertility results from the pathology of fallopian tubes, ovulation disorders or sperm pathology.
Insemination ( AID)€315–€937Find a clinic
Artificial insemination by donor or AID is a method of infertility treatment that involves intrauterine insemination of the egg cell with donor sperm. Before the procedure ovarian stimulation is performed. At the time of expected ovulation, a suspension containing donor's active sperm cells is transferred to the uterus using a fine catheter. AID is recommended, if the reason of infertility is partner’s spermatozoa dysfunction.
Insemination ( AIH )€189–€458Find a clinic
Artificial insemination by husband or AIH is a method of infertility treatment that involves intrauterine insemination of the egg cell with husband’s sperm. Before the procedure ovarian stimulation is performed. At the time of expected ovulation, the male partner’s sperm is collected and prepared and a suspension containing active sperm cells is transferred into the uterus through a thin catheter. AIH is recommended, if the reason of infertility is partner's mild or moderate sperm disorder, woman’s cervical problems, or if the cause of childlessness is unclear.
Frozen embryo transfer€552–€1550Find a clinic
An embryo is an early stage of development of a eukaryotic organism. The embryo develops into a fetus. If there are good quality “leftover” embryos after the IVF procedure, they can be frozen for later transfer. Before the transfer, embryos are unfrozen. Only strong embryos with a high chance of growing and developing are suitable for the procedure. Embryos are transferred to the uterus by means of a special catheter.
Surgical sperm retrieval€400–€640Find a clinic
Surgical sperm retrieval or SSR is a technique for collecting sperm directly from a man’s ejaculatory tract, epididymis or testicles by means of aspiration. This procedure is the only way to diagnose and treat azoospermia (also known as no sperm count, a male fertility issue which occurs when there is virtually no sperm in a man’s ejaculate). The sperm cells obtained by surgical sperm retrieval can be used for intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI). Usually local anesthesia is used for the SSR procedure.
Intracytoplasmic sperm Injection ( ICSI )€430–€3581Find a clinic
Sperm injection into the cytoplasm of the ovum (egg cell) is one of the methods of artificial insemination. The fertilization of the ovum is carried out externally by an embryologist under a microscope using a microinjector. A high quality embryo is transplanted into a woman's uterus within a few days, and „leftover“ good quality embryos can be frozen. The ICSI method offers a good opportunity to overcome even the most severe male infertility problems.
Sperm freezing€218–€330Find a clinic
Sperm freezing or cryopreservation is a procedure that allows sperm cells to be kept viable for a long time and later be used for artificial insemination. The sperm is collected by masturbation, interrupted sexual intercourse or surgical extraction. Freezing sperm is an option for men who are in danger of losing their sperm production capability because of an illness or the effects of its treatment. Also, freezing sperm offers an opportunity to have offspring in the future for men who are at risk of fertility loss because of hazardous or noxious working environment.
Semen Analysis€42–€130Find a clinic
Semen Analysis (Spermiogram) is a test that provides information about sperm concentration, sperm morphology and mobility, and other parameters. Semen analysis is a test used to determine the fertility potential of a man. Semen analysis evaluates a number of parameters for semen and sperms. A semen analysis should be evaluated with at least two samples taken 2-3 weeks apart because the number of sperms and density of semen can vary day by day and some conditions are likely to affect sperm levels (https://www.groupflorence.com/semen-analysis-spermiogram).
Endocrinologist’s consultation€18–€70Find a clinic
An endocrinologist is a specialized physician who treats the diseases and abnormalities of the hormonal system, including the pathologies of the hypothalamus and the pituitary, adrenal, pancreatic and thyroid glands. The most common hormonal diseases are diabetes, hypothyroidism (underactive thyroid gland) and hyperthyroidism (overactive thyroid gland). During the first appointment, the endocrinologist examines the patient and prescribes necessary tests and analyses.
Urologist’s consultation€18–€109Find a clinic
A urologist is specialized physician in the field of surgery who focuses on the surgically treatable diseases of the kidneys, urinary tract and male reproductive organs. Urologists diagnose and treat inflammatory diseases, male and female urination disorders, tumors, and problems related to kidney and urinary tract stones. During the first appointment, surgical treatment is usually not performed.