Centre De Chirurgie Esthétique de l’Océan Indien in Mauritius: An exceptional destination and a world-class performance.

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To mark its fifteen years of existence, the Centre De Chirurgie Esthétique de l’Océan Indien in Mauritius, is pleased to announce that it has been serving more than 10,000 patients and that during the last twelve months, patients from more than 28 countries have come to this clinic not only for hair grafting but also for aesthetic as well as in dental surgery.

“A Reputation For Excellence”

Nestled in beautiful Trou-aux-Biches, the Centre De Chirurgie Esthétique de l’Océan Indien welcomes patients from around the world. In fact, Mauritius has, for the last 15 years now, been a renowned destination for hair grafting thanks to the Hair Grafting clinic. With its world class facilities and the latest techniques mastered by qualified surgeons, the Hair Grafting Clinic has made headlines around the world and is considered today as one of the best worldwide. The founder of the clinic, Gerard Guidi, a French national, has dedicated his life in the field of hair transplant specialization and baldness. Since its opening, the clinic has been trusted by more than 10 000 patients who came from 30 countries. The Mauritius based clinic has since made a name in aesthetic as well as in dental surgery.

Hair Grafting
The Hair Grafting Clinic is one of the best places worldwide to go to restore your hair completely pain-free, with no visible scarring or oedema. To achieve this result, the highly specialized team performs the Follicular Unit Extract (FUE) hair transplant surgery. This procedure, known as the “haute couture” of hair grafting, consists of extracting and transplanting a follicle at a time.

Thanks to the proven techniques developed at the Mauritius based facility, the new FUE Density Technique is twice as fast. In fact, twice the amount of hair can be extracted in one session (up to 3000 grafts representing about 6000 hair) and the cost is divided by two for the same density sought. It is no surprise that people from around the world has trusted the clinic for more than a decade now.

Cosmetic dentistry
Perfecting your smile in one of the world’s most beautiful tropical island. This is now possible in the Mauritius based clinic. Nowadays many people turn to cosmetic dentistry, or ‘aesthetic dentistry', as a way of improving their appearance. They do this in the same way they might use cosmetic surgery or even a new hairstyle. The treatments can be used to straighten, lighten, reshape and repair teeth. Cosmetic treatments include veneers, crowns, bridges, tooth-coloured fillings, implants and tooth whitening. The clinic’s dentists have a wide array of tools and techniques at their disposal for improving the look of your smile.

One of these state-of-art equipments enables to produce ceramic crowns in only one hour! Produced using computer technology, e.g. CAD/CAM technology which is based upon 3D design, the All-ceramic or all-porcelain dental crowns provide better natural color match than any other crown type and are suitable for people with metal allergies.

Aesthetic surgery
We take the time to listen, to find answers and to provide you with the best care. Our physicians are supported by the long-standing reputation of a world-class medical facility. In fact, we offer world class quality medical services and procedures at an affordable cost, relaxing and comfortable accommodations and facilities as well as healthy foods all within a dynamic and exciting island. The physicians who do cosmetic surgery at the Mauritius based clicnic are all board-certified in their specialities and experienced in cosmetic and reconstructive surgery. Many have earned national and international reputations for their expertise.

High resolution photos available at : http://www.cceoi.com/cp-en-2015-11
© Centre De Chirurgie Esthétique de l’Océan Indien 2015

Gérard Guidi
Centre De Chirurgie Esthétique de l’Océan Indien
Morcellement Jhuboo, Trou Aux Biches, Mauritius
Tel: (+230) 265 5050
Email: media(at)esthetiqueoi(dot)com

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