„BEAUTY“ – GETS A NEW FACE
We can not escape beauty. It’s promises are as limitless as it’s pledge remains unresolved. What is beautiful? So much and yet one thing in particular: beauty is always MORE.
THE FACE – MIRROR OF THE SOUL.
Nowhere we are ourselves anymore. A place for all kinds of im- and expressions.
Here life goes on and on: day after day. With our face we want to be completely ourselves, to express ourselves, to be recognized and visible. Life long.
AESTHETIC MEDICINE – INSIDE&OUTSIDE. BODY&SOUL.
We feel so we are. In the harmonious balance of proportions, an aesthetic well-being is created. From the inside to the outside. And vice versa.
His specialized, aesthetic-medical activity in Austria is experiencing a substantial round-off in the form of his humanitarian commitment to the restoration of distorted children’s faces in West Africa. As Head of NOMA Hilfe Austria (www.nomahilfe.at), Dr. Kubiena travels to Niger and Guinea-Bissau several times a year and is dedicated to the training and further education of local medical specialists.
PLASTIC SURGERY –
„HANDCRAFT WITH AN EYE FOR BEAUTY“
Precision medicine begins with a keen eye for detail and the farsightedness for connections. Here, top-level medicine becomes tangible: in the fine-tuned restoration of form and function and much more. Interventions in our body – only if there is no other option. Promise.
DOCTOR & PATIENT – TOGETHER.
We all want to be understood. Especially if we miss something. And, most importantly so we don’t lose anything: health, self-understanding, awake eyes or a beautiful smile. To understand each other means to see the world for a moment with the eyes of our opposite. This makes us human – that’s what doctors are about.
Dr. Harald Kubiena is a specialist in plastic, aesthetic and reconstructive surgery, married and father of three children. On the foundation of a long-term education, his medical activity is expressed in two seemingly opposing areas: in the specialization in comprehensive and holistic aesthetic medicine and reconstructive surgery in Vienna and in reconstructive surgery for the restoration of children’s faces in West Africa.