Info for new patients



We are pleased to see that you are interested in a consultation appointment at our practice. We have compiled the most important information for you here so that you can get an overview of what to expect during your first appointment in our practice.


If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us, we are there for you.


Your first appointment:


Appointment confirmation

Please remember to submit your telephone number when you schedule your appointment. You will be contacted by our practice approximately two days prior to your consultation appointment in order to confirm your appointment. Please consider that we cannot schedule the appointment if we do not receive an appointment confirmation from you.

Electronic Health Card

An ENT examination of the nose/interior of the nose is also carried out as part of the aesthetic consultation in the presence of nasal respiratory obstruction, sinus problems or allergy. This is a health insurance benefit which requires the health card (for patients with statutory health insurance).

Consultation fee

It is a legal requirement that an aesthetic consultation must not be free of charge.

According to the law, a consultation with an aesthetic plastic surgeon is a medical service and therefore subject to a fee. Since a considerable amount of time is required for this examination as compared to a normal ENT examination, we charge a fee of 50 euros, which can be paid in cash or by EC card at the reception.


If you want to get a realistic idea of what your nose could look like, we will take portrait photos of your face, which will be then processed on the computer in a joint consultation with you. Therefore, we ask you not to come to the consultation with any make-up on, or only a little, as this could distort the appearance in the pictures.


We strongly recommend that you read through the frequently asked questions  in advance so that you can concentrate fully on the simulation and your individual questions during the consultation.

Relevant preliminary findings

Please bring the results of relevant previous examinations (such as CT scans of the paranasal sinuses or OP reports of previous nose operations) with you, if available.