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Dr. med. Irini Panteli

Dr. med. Irini Panteli

Specialist in plastic and aesthetic surgery

and hand surgery

The aim of plastic and aesthetic surgery is to restore or improve body shape and visibly disturbed body functions.

Cooperation with

Anika Petersen
Specialist for orthopedics and trauma surgery
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Julia Fischer
Specialist for orthopedics and trauma surgery
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A warm welcome!

Your good looks, your health and the feeling of all-round well-being is the most important thing - for you and for me. That is why I put my experience and surgical skills at the service of your beauty as well as your safety.

Opening hours

Appointments by arrangement,

bookable online or

by telephone at

040 7432506 07

About 

Dr. med. Irini Panteli

About 

  • Self-pay
  • PKV for medical indication
  • Languages: German / English / Greek
  • Digital patient file
  • Study of human medicine and doctorate at the RWTH Aachen.
  • Since 2007: self-employed in own practice in Hamburg. Member of the German Society of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons (DGPRÄC), ISAPS - International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery - and the German Society for Hand Surgery (DGH).
  • 1997 to 2005: BG-Unfallkrankenhaus Hamburg, Department of Hand Surgery, Plastic Surgery and Microsurgery, Center for Severe Burns (Prof. Dr. Partecke). There he was senior physician from 2001, senior physician from 2004. 2005-2007: Center for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery/Hand Surgery in Cologne, Dr. Eren. 
  • Since 2000: specialist in hand surgery.
  • Since 1997: specialist for plastic and aesthetic surgery
  • Since 1990: Start of residency training in plastic and aesthetic surgery via activities at the University of Aachen (Prof. Dr. Hettich) and Cologne (Dr. Jung and Dr. Eren).

About 

Treatment face - wrinkle treatment

There are wrinkles that are caused by movement, so-called mimic wrinkles. Over time, our skin loses the ability to compensate for them and they dig deep into our face. For example, the frown lines between the eyebrows are typical mimic wrinkles. Wrinkles that appear in this way are usually treated with botulinum toxin. Through finely tuned targeted injections into the muscles involved, the activity of the muscles can be reduced individually and the skin relaxes. The effect lasts 4-6 months and can be repeated.

Treatment face - filler treatment

There are also wrinkles caused by the loss of substance of our skin and subcutaneous fatty tissue. These wrinkles can be filled with autologous fat, collagen or so-called fillers. Of the many filler alternatives, I prefer hyaluronic acid. It is a gel-like substance that occurs naturally in the body (e.g. in our eye, in our joints and in our skin). Hyaluronic acid is the "moisture reservoir" in our body, the concentration of which is reduced as we age. It can now be synthetically produced in an almost nature-identical way and is available in varying concentrations from completely liquid to completely solid gel, so that very fine-tuned regions and wrinkles in the face can be treated. Fillers can be used to treat forehead, temples, eyebrow wrinkles, lower eyelid contours, cheeks, nasolabial folds, lips, corner of the mouth wrinkles and also the décolleté. The effect lasts 4-6 months and can be repeated.

Treatment face - non-surgical rejuvenation methods

As a normal aging process of our face, the superficial and deep subcutaneous fat tissue degrades over the years. Due to the additional increasing weakening of the connective tissue framework and its ligamentous structures, the individual compartments can no longer be stabilized to a sufficient degree. Both lead to the fact that some regions collapse and others sink. One way of mitigating these changes and performing a soft, non-surgical lift is to build up the volume of the face over a large area using hyaluronic acid. We focus on three regions: - Lower eyelid, cheeks, zygomatic bone. - Perioral region: region around the mouth - Lower jaw edge contour in about three sessions these three regions are refilled with a special rounded needle (piX`L cannula). Completed with the botulinum toxin treatment, a gentle lifting effect can be achieved.

Treatment face - lifting

From the age of forty, age-related changes begin to occur in the face. Numerous studies show that many factors influence the way we age. What changes over the years? If you divide the face into three zones, the proportions are the same in youth. The eye focuses on the central triangle and the harmony of the nose, cheeks, lips and chin. Due to the aging process, there is a shift in proportions. There are many different methods described under the term face lifting, but their results are limited and rather short-lived. The exact knowledge of the anatomical structures of the face and the age-related changes of the respective structure are the basic prerequisite for a successful face lift. The goal of a facelift is to achieve the best possible lifting of the sunken facial structures over the smallest possible scars. The method used in the past to achieve this lifting effect via the skin is hardly possible and results in artificially lifted faces. The method of choice is lifting, where the actual tightening is achieved via the muscular layer that lies under the skin and is called platysma in the neck area and SMAS (Superficial musculoapeunoreutic System) in the facial area. When this framework is stabilized again, the then remaining excess skin can be removed without tension. Lifting has no effect on the region around the mouth with the small lip wrinkles and the nose-lip wrinkles as well as the marionette wrinkles running down from the corner of the mouth. Supplementary measures would have to be taken for this. Partial lifts such as forehead lift, temporal lift, eye lift or midface lift can also be performed.

Treatment face - eyelid lift

Due to the central importance in our interpersonal communication, the age-related changes of the eye region are particularly prominent. The particularly thin skin of the region, the pronounced facial expressions, UV exposure and also family predisposition can accelerate the aging process. Rarely is only the skin affected. The ring-shaped musculature around the eye slackens, the eyelid elevator muscle weakens, connective tissue structures (septum orbitale) and ligamentous structures loosen. Lymphatic congestion and protrusion of sagging fatty tissue may occur. In the upper eyelid, this leads to so-called "drooping eyelids", which in particularly pronounced cases can result in a restricted field of vision. In the lower eyelid, "bags under the eyes" can form and the edge of the lower eyelid lowers. Both make the eyes appear more tired. After an exact analysis of which individual changes are present, the treatment concept is determined. The surgical removal of the excess skin, the tightening of the respective sagging muscles and septa, and the removal or redistribution of the fatty tissue are all possible. Which of these measures and in which combination they are required is discussed individually. The goal is to achieve a rejuvenation of the eye region through the differentiated restoration of the personal age-related changes, without losing the natural and very unique appearance.

The plastic and aesthetic surgeon is a recognized specialist who has completed six years of training after graduating from medical school. During this time, he must independently perform about 600 operations and pass several exams. After this practical experience and theoretical training, the physician must pass the specialist examination at the respective state medical association. Only then does he officially receive the title of specialist in plastic and aesthetic surgery. Only this title is protected.