Graduated Latvian Academy of Medicine and held a residency at Union surgery center in Moscow, where he defended his dissertation and got Medicine Doctor degree.
Janis Lapins MD was born in 1982.
Graduated from Riga Stradins university in 2007 (M.D. Degree), finished residency in plastic surgery in 2012 and is a board certified plastic surgeon. Member of the Latvian Association of Plastic Surgeons (LPĶA), member of the International Confederation for Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery (IPRAS) and member of the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS).
Dr. Ansis Gilis was born in 1985.
Graduated from Riga Stradins university in 2011 (M.D. Degree), finished residency in plastic surgery in 2016 and is a board certified plastic surgeon, member of the Latvian Association of Plastic Surgeons and member of the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS).
Exclusive location in the heart of Riga in Baznicas street 31, with a picturous view of the old St. Gertrudes church. There is a parking lot right next to the building.
Our specialists provide wide range of aesthetic methods. We will help you choose the right solutions to reach your health and beauty goals.
Our dedicated team of surgeons, therapists and medical professionals will guide you on the way to beauty and health. They will ensure personal care and expertise, as well as the newest treatment methods.
A private clinic means personal responsibility. We provide unique operating and recovery conditions that guarantee the best possible aesthetic outcome and absolute confidentiality.”
We only use technologies and materials that are approved and certified in the European Union, highest quality implants and cosmetic injection materials.
The clinic is one of the leading plastic surgery and aesthetic medicine institutions in the Baltics.
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