be.
Beauty, aesthetics and harmony
Feminine and masculine
Expression from inside to outside
Self nature enhanced.
Dra. Mariana Ivon García.
  • 1996-2003: Carrera de Medicina -Facultad de Ciencias Médicas- Universidad de Buenos Aires
    Título obtenido: MEDICA (M.N. 112095).
  • 2005-2009: Residencia de Cirugía General, Sanatorio Franchín, CABA.
  • 2009-2011: Carrera de Post grado de Cirugía Plástica y Reconstructiva, UCA:
    • Hospital de Pediatría “Prof. Dr. Juan P. Garrahan”.
    • Instituto de Rehabilitación Psicofísica, I.RE.P.
    • Instituto del Quemado.
    • Hospital Británico.
  • 2011 a la actualidad: Servicio de Cirugía Plástica, Sanatorio Franchín, staff.

Cursos destacados
  • II Curso intensivo de Terapeútica y Farmacología del dolor ,  Primera Cátedra de Farmacología , UBA, Clínica y Maternidad Suizo-Argentina, Septiembre 2003.
  • Curso Bases Biológicas del Envejecimiento Normal y Trastornos Relacionados: Farmacología y Terapeútica,  Primera Cátedra de Farmacología, Facultad de Medicina, UBA, Septiembre 2003.
  • Curso de actualización en Medicina de la Actividad Física y el Ejercicio, Hospital José Penna, junio-noviembre 2003.
  • Curso  Manejo Avanzado del Trauma (A.T.L.S.), Cuidad de Buenos Aires, 2005.
  • Curso Anual de Cirugía General 2007, Asociación Argentina de Cirugía.
  • I Curso de Patología de las Paredes Abdominales, Capítulo Argentino de la American Hernia Society, 2008.
  • Curso 25ª Aniversario para Cirujanos Plásticos y Médicos en Formación de la Especialidad, Cirugía Estética Facial, Hospital Militar Central Dr Cosme Argerich, Bs As, UCA, 2011.
  • Iº Curso Argentino de Microtrasplante Capilar, Asociación Médica Argentina, Bs. As., 2011.
  • Curso de Cirugía Plástica y Estética de la Mama, Servicio de Cirugía Plástica, I.Re.P., Bs. As., 2013.
  • Certificate in Course of Harvesting Process of Stem Cells, RegenTech Alliance, Miami/ Bs.As., 2014.
Potenciar tus encantos es be.
Al igual que las piedras preciosas, cada persona
tiene un atractivo único, propio, diverso.
Una belleza natural, que con los cuidados
y tratamientos adecuados puede ser exaltada.
Conocélos aquí y consultános personalmente para asesorarte :
be aesthetics
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Every people has their own attractiveness Your natural beauty can be exalted with adecuate treatments
  • MECHANICAL PEELING
  • Intense dermabrasion can be performed with local anaesthesia to attenuate wrinkles, such as those of the upper lip usually called ‘bar code’.
  • MESOTHERAPY
  • A technique where medication is injected subcutaneously ( immediately under the skin), using very small doses of compounded medications that are administered in specific areas, depending on the condition being treated. For example: fat reduction, tissue rehydration, alopecia.
  • SCLEROTERAPY
  • Sclerotherapy of varicose veins (spiders): this treatment uses an injection of a special chemical (sclerosant) into the small vein to damage and scar its inside lining, causing the vein to close.
  • BOTULINUM TOXIN
  • Botulinum toxin: In its more common cosmetic usage, botulinum toxin works by stopping the transmission of nerve impulses to the facial muscles that contract and cause wrinkles, such as frown-lines between the eyebrows and ‘crows feet’ around the eyes.
  • FILLERS
  • Fillers work by bulking up facial tissue, and can be used to fill in lines and contour dips in the face or any other part of the body. Either they can be obtained from the patient – autogenously - such as adipose tissue, or synthetic hyaluronic acid, among others.
  • PNEUMATIC PRESSOTHERAPY
  • Pneumatic pressotherapy consists of mechanic compression of the limb through a compression chamber system (pumped in a sequential way) controlled by a computer. Compressive limb therapy is a valid method to aid correct venous circulation, reducing muscular tension caused by stress or chronic or acute pain. Via its special pumping action, it aids venous return, increasing supply to the tissues and their correct physiological renewal.
  • RADIOFREQUENCY
  • Radiofrequency (RF) is an electrical current. The main idea behind its use on the skin is its ability to deliver heat to tissue non-specifically to increase collagen production and to generate tightening effects in areas like cheeks and eyebrows.
  • RUSSIAN WAVES
  • Russian waves treatment aims to stimulate muscles by external means. This treatment is performed by electro-stimulation of the neuromuscular nerve terminals causing muscles to contract rhythmically. This contraction not only promotes circulation of tissues and consumption of calories but tonifies and strengthens muscles.
Intense dermabrasion can be performed with local anaesthesia to attenuate wrinkles, such as those of the upper lip usually called ‘bar code’.
A technique where medication is injected subcutaneously ( immediately under the skin), using very small doses of compounded medications that are administered in specific areas, depending on the condition being treated. For example: fat reduction, tissue rehydration, alopecia.
Sclerotherapy of varicose veins (spiders): this treatment uses an injection of a special chemical (sclerosant) into the small vein to damage and scar its inside lining, causing the vein to close.
Botulinum toxin: In its more common cosmetic usage, botulinum toxin works by stopping the transmission of nerve impulses to the facial muscles that contract and cause wrinkles, such as frown-lines between the eyebrows and ‘crows feet’ around the eyes.
Fillers work by bulking up facial tissue, and can be used to fill in lines and contour dips in the face or any other part of the body. Either they can be obtained from the patient – autogenously - such as adipose tissue, or synthetic hyaluronic acid, among others.
Pneumatic pressotherapy consists of mechanic compression of the limb through a compression chamber system (pumped in a sequential way) controlled by a computer. Compressive limb therapy is a valid method to aid correct venous circulation, reducing muscular tension caused by stress or chronic or acute pain. Via its special pumping action, it aids venous return, increasing supply to the tissues and their correct physiological renewal.
Radiofrequency (RF) is an electrical current. The main idea behind its use on the skin is its ability to deliver heat to tissue non-specifically to increase collagen production and to generate tightening effects in areas like cheeks and eyebrows.
Russian waves treatment aims to stimulate muscles by external means. This treatment is performed by electro-stimulation of the neuromuscular nerve terminals causing muscles to contract rhythmically. This contraction not only promotes circulation of tissues and consumption of calories but tonifies and strengthens muscles.
molecular dermis renewal
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A splendid, younger skin is possible through some of the newest procedures of cellular renovation.
  • These minimal invasive procedures represent an inevitable stage for all patients interested in preventing irreparable signs of ageing. Each of these techniques constitutes important tools for plastic surgeons to restore lost tissue vitality and turgidity. Among the revolutionary preventive effects of these treatments is the increment of molecules like hyaluronic acid and collagen. As this procedure involves being induced by the patient’s own cells, it has a more prolonged effect than any other anti-ageing procedures. Furthermore, it completely lacks contraindications or adverse events.
These minimal invasive procedures represent an inevitable stage for all patients interested in preventing irreparable signs of ageing. Each of these techniques constitutes important tools for plastic surgeons to restore lost tissue vitality and turgidity. Among the revolutionary preventive effects of these treatments is the increment of molecules like hyaluronic acid and collagen. As this procedure involves being induced by the patient’s own cells, it has a more prolonged effect than any other anti-ageing procedures. Furthermore, it completely lacks contraindications or adverse events.
comiatrics & cosmetics
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  • FACIAL HYGIENE
    • Complete cleansing facial: includes cleansing, tone, microdermabration, rehydration and biotype mask.
    • Shock antiage: a treatment for nourish dry and dehydrated skin, cleansing and collagen mask.
    • Relief treatment for rosacea like condition and acne: includes cleansing, tone, cooling mask and UV protection.
  • HIGH FREQUENCY
  • An antioxidant treatment : ideal for skin that has become dull and patchy or to prevent acne.
  • MASKS
    • Deep cleansing facial
    • Fangotherapy
    • Anti Aging facial
    • Acne recovery
    • Light clean-peeling facial
    • Eye zone mask
  • PEELING
    • A treatment in which different kinds of solutions are used to remove the damaged outer layers of the skin. It´s main purpose is to exfoliate the outer layers of dead skin, revealing a new skin layer with improved tone, texture, and colour, also enhancing and smoothing its texture.
      • Chemical: to perform a chemical peeling we apply certain kind of acids during a few weeks. In addition to full facial rejuvenation, certain types of skin peels can also be used for spot treatments and as a way to remove stretch marks or rejuvenate skin elsewhere on the body.
      • Biological: made with organic products can be performed at any time of the year.
  • MICRODERMABRASION
    • Microdermabrasion is a fairly simple, easy, painless, non-invasive, skin rejuvenation procedure using a combination of a fine abrasive tip or crystals and vacuum suction applied to the skin. Microdermabrasion is a procedure to help exfoliate or temporarily remove a few of the top layers of the skin called the stratum corneum.
  • Complete cleansing facial: includes cleansing, tone, microdermabration, rehydration and biotype mask.
  • Shock antiage: a treatment for nourish dry and dehydrated skin, cleansing and collagen mask.
  • Relief treatment for rosacea like condition and acne: includes cleansing, tone, cooling mask and UV protection.
  • An antioxidant treatment : ideal for skin that has become dull and patchy or to prevent acne.
  • Deep cleansing facial
  • Fangotherapy
  • Anti Aging facial
  • Acne recovery
  • Light clean-peeling facial
  • Eye zone mask
  • A treatment in which different kinds of solutions are used to remove the damaged outer layers of the skin. It´s main purpose is to exfoliate the outer layers of dead skin, revealing a new skin layer with improved tone, texture, and colour, also enhancing and smoothing its texture.
    • Chemical: to perform a chemical peeling we apply certain kind of acids during a few weeks. In addition to full facial rejuvenation, certain types of skin peels can also be used for spot treatments and as a way to remove stretch marks or rejuvenate skin elsewhere on the body.
    • Biological: made with organic products can be performed at any time of the year.
  • Microdermabrasion is a fairly simple, easy, painless, non-invasive, skin rejuvenation procedure using a combination of a fine abrasive tip or crystals and vacuum suction applied to the skin. Microdermabrasion is a procedure to help exfoliate or temporarily remove a few of the top layers of the skin called the stratum corneum.
plastic surgery
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  • COSMETIC SURGERY .
  • Also called "Aesthetic Surgery" refers to those surgical procedures that are carried out to alter and enhance a patient's physical appearance.
  • SKIN AND SUBCUTANEOUS TISSUE SURGERY
  • Skin and subcutaneous tissue surgery: an important part of plastic surgeons’ work involves removing small, benign skin blemishes. Usually only a simple operation under local anaesthetic is needed. These include:

    • Moles
    • Warts
    • Cysts
    • Lipomas
    • Other Lesions: skin tumour, pressure sores, etc.
  • BODY RESHAPING
  • involves a few procedures that represent an integral part of plastic surgeon's armamentarium to improve body contour.

    • Liposuction: represents an effective and successful way to remove abnormally distributed bulges of fat from several areas, like the inner part of knees and outer part of thighs. Although it is not technically a difficult procedure to perform, it requires thoughtful planning and must be done by a certified plastic surgeon.
    • Abdominoplasty: Generally speaking, abdominoplasty or ‘tummy tucks’ are most commonly carried out to remove excess skin, unwanted scars, stretch marks and fat, and to tighten the stomach muscles. It completely changes the appearance of the abdomen.
    • Arms and thighs lift: excess skin from arms and upper leg can be removed to restore cosmetic appearance. Although this technique may leave scars, it has satisfactory results.
    • Gluteal, calf and pectoral prostheses: buttocks, inferior legs, or chest area that are too flat, too small or not a nice shape can be given a more beautiful appearance by inserting implants, some of them even biological or provided by the same patient (lipofilling).
  • BREAST SURGERY
    • Breast augmentation: breast augmentation, or enlargement surgery is one of the most commonly performed cosmetic operations all around the world, usually done by inserting an implant beneath the breast to make it look larger. Also, it can be used to fill out breasts that used to be larger (for example, following pregnancy) or to correct breasts that are of unequal size. Patients who have breast augmentation tend to be very pleased with the results.
    • Breast reduction: Most breast reduction surgery begins with the nipple, which is lifted into a new position and kept alive on a pedicle. Excess skin and breast tissue is then removed, and the remaining breast tissue reshaped to create a smaller and more elevated breast. The methods of reduction and reshaping vary, and depend upon the patient’s breast size, wishes and needs. On a purely cosmetic level, the operation can help patients who are unhappy with the shape, weight and droop of their breasts, by creating smaller and more uplifted breasts, avoiding attracting unwanted attention and allowing more comfortable sports practice.
    • Breast lift: using a very similar technique to the procedure previously mentioned, this surgery aims to reposition breasts that have drooped downward, moving them to their original and more aesthetic level, maintaining the same size.
    • Breast reconstruction: Reconstructive surgery aims to rebuild the breast after a surgery that removes breast cancer. Either wholly or partially, the breast can be rebuilt to match the normal breast in both shape and size. There are several surgical ways to do it, some relatively simple, some quite complicated. All women should be offered the chance of breast reconstruction at the same time as their mastectomy – this is known as “immediate reconstruction”, though it can also be done a few months later. Fortunately, there is enough evidence that suggests that breast reconstruction does not increase in any way the chances of cancer recurring.
  • REJUVENATION PROCEDURES
  • We call it this way because they involved a few procedures performed to restore a patient's face and neck to a more youthful-looking, but original version of themselves.

    • Facelift: it represents one of the most laborious procedures performed by skilled plastic surgeons. It is designed to reduce or eliminate the more obvious signs of ageing, including sagging facial skin. The procedure is ideal for patients who are concerned with deep wrinkles and problem areas near the jaw and lower two-thirds of the face. Facelifts are successful operations often setting the clock back about ten years.
    • Eyelids surgery: (Blepharoplasty) this procedure has several goals such as the preservation of upper orbital fullness and a defined upper lid crease by removing excess skin and muscle; in the lower lid, the goals include a smooth transition between the cheek and lid, usually made with local anesthesia.
    • Lipofilling: also known as " autologous fat grafting" is an optional treatment for facial rejuvenation, becoming not only a more natural and safer alternative but also cheaper than hialuronyc acid and collagen fillers.
  • EAR SURGERY
    • Cleft earlobe: this is commonly caused by trauma from snagging earrings, or by wearing heavy pendulous ones. Fortunately, it can be easily repaired by simple procedures with local anesthesia.
    • Prominent ears: the goal of corrective ear surgery is to restore balance to the face and shift unwanted attention away from misshapen ears. Children and teenagers with any kind of prominent ears may be psychologically affected (eg. being teased at school). This procedure - Otoplasty- successfully corrects this congenital condition from an average age of 7.
    • Ear reconstruction: there are specific procedures to rebuild or recreate the ears completely or partially. Sometimes deformity is a congenital condition, some other times it is acquired (accidents, trauma, burns, infection).
  • NOSE SURGERY
  • Surgery to reshape the nose is a very common plastic surgery procedure known as Rhinoplasty. The nose is the central feature of the face, many people are self-conscious of the shape which they may regard as too big, too small or which has some other feature they dislike. This surgical procedure can both increase and decrease the size of the nose. The shape of the tip, the bridge and also the nostrils can be changed as can the angle between the nose and the upper lip. Sometimes breathing difficulties can be corrected at the same time.
  • VARICOSE VEINS MICROSURGERY
  • It refers to delicate technique in which small pathological or ill veins are removed through small 2 or 3 mm incisions to avoid those bulky green lines on leg’s skin.
  • RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY.
    • Surgery and treatment of acute burns
    • Burn Scars Surgery
    • Pressure sores (bedsores)
    • Diabetic and decubitus ulcers
    • Specyfic treament of keloids
    • Tattoos removal
    • Pediatric Plastic Surgery
Also called "Aesthetic Surgery" refers to those surgical procedures that are carried out to alter and enhance a patient's physical appearance.
Skin and subcutaneous tissue surgery: an important part of plastic surgeons’ work involves removing small, benign skin blemishes. Usually only a simple operation under local anaesthetic is needed. These include:

  • Moles
  • Warts
  • Cysts
  • Lipomas
  • Other Lesions: skin tumour, pressure sores, etc.
involves a few procedures that represent an integral part of plastic surgeon's armamentarium to improve body contour.

  • Liposuction: represents an effective and successful way to remove abnormally distributed bulges of fat from several areas, like the inner part of knees and outer part of thighs. Although it is not technically a difficult procedure to perform, it requires thoughtful planning and must be done by a certified plastic surgeon.
  • Abdominoplasty: Generally speaking, abdominoplasty or ‘tummy tucks’ are most commonly carried out to remove excess skin, unwanted scars, stretch marks and fat, and to tighten the stomach muscles. It completely changes the appearance of the abdomen.
  • Arms and thighs lift: excess skin from arms and upper leg can be removed to restore cosmetic appearance. Although this technique may leave scars, it has satisfactory results.
  • Gluteal, calf and pectoral prostheses: buttocks, inferior legs, or chest area that are too flat, too small or not a nice shape can be given a more beautiful appearance by inserting implants, some of them even biological or provided by the same patient (lipofilling).
  • Breast augmentation: breast augmentation, or enlargement surgery is one of the most commonly performed cosmetic operations all around the world, usually done by inserting an implant beneath the breast to make it look larger. Also, it can be used to fill out breasts that used to be larger (for example, following pregnancy) or to correct breasts that are of unequal size. Patients who have breast augmentation tend to be very pleased with the results.
  • Breast reduction: Most breast reduction surgery begins with the nipple, which is lifted into a new position and kept alive on a pedicle. Excess skin and breast tissue is then removed, and the remaining breast tissue reshaped to create a smaller and more elevated breast. The methods of reduction and reshaping vary, and depend upon the patient’s breast size, wishes and needs. On a purely cosmetic level, the operation can help patients who are unhappy with the shape, weight and droop of their breasts, by creating smaller and more uplifted breasts, avoiding attracting unwanted attention and allowing more comfortable sports practice.
  • Breast lift: using a very similar technique to the procedure previously mentioned, this surgery aims to reposition breasts that have drooped downward, moving them to their original and more aesthetic level, maintaining the same size.
  • Breast reconstruction: Reconstructive surgery aims to rebuild the breast after a surgery that removes breast cancer. Either wholly or partially, the breast can be rebuilt to match the normal breast in both shape and size. There are several surgical ways to do it, some relatively simple, some quite complicated. All women should be offered the chance of breast reconstruction at the same time as their mastectomy – this is known as “immediate reconstruction”, though it can also be done a few months later. Fortunately, there is enough evidence that suggests that breast reconstruction does not increase in any way the chances of cancer recurring.
We call it this way because they involved a few procedures performed to restore a patient's face and neck to a more youthful-looking, but original version of themselves.

  • Facelift: it represents one of the most laborious procedures performed by skilled plastic surgeons. It is designed to reduce or eliminate the more obvious signs of ageing, including sagging facial skin. The procedure is ideal for patients who are concerned with deep wrinkles and problem areas near the jaw and lower two-thirds of the face. Facelifts are successful operations often setting the clock back about ten years.
  • Eyelids surgery: (Blepharoplasty) this procedure has several goals such as the preservation of upper orbital fullness and a defined upper lid crease by removing excess skin and muscle; in the lower lid, the goals include a smooth transition between the cheek and lid, usually made with local anesthesia.
  • Lipofilling: also known as " autologous fat grafting" is an optional treatment for facial rejuvenation, becoming not only a more natural and safer alternative but also cheaper than hialuronyc acid and collagen fillers.
  • Cleft earlobe: this is commonly caused by trauma from snagging earrings, or by wearing heavy pendulous ones. Fortunately, it can be easily repaired by simple procedures with local anesthesia.
  • Prominent ears: the goal of corrective ear surgery is to restore balance to the face and shift unwanted attention away from misshapen ears. Children and teenagers with any kind of prominent ears may be psychologically affected (eg. being teased at school). This procedure - Otoplasty- successfully corrects this congenital condition from an average age of 7.
  • Ear reconstruction: there are specific procedures to rebuild or recreate the ears completely or partially. Sometimes deformity is a congenital condition, some other times it is acquired (accidents, trauma, burns, infection).
Surgery to reshape the nose is a very common plastic surgery procedure known as Rhinoplasty. The nose is the central feature of the face, many people are self-conscious of the shape which they may regard as too big, too small or which has some other feature they dislike. This surgical procedure can both increase and decrease the size of the nose. The shape of the tip, the bridge and also the nostrils can be changed as can the angle between the nose and the upper lip. Sometimes breathing difficulties can be corrected at the same time.
It refers to delicate technique in which small pathological or ill veins are removed through small 2 or 3 mm incisions to avoid those bulky green lines on leg’s skin.
  • Surgery and treatment of acute burns
  • Burn Scars Surgery
  • Pressure sores (bedsores)
  • Diabetic and decubitus ulcers
  • Specyfic treament of keloids
  • Tattoos removal
  • Pediatric Plastic Surgery
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