Beatrix Brandl M.D.
Medical Director, chief physician, oto - rhino - laryngologist, head and neck surgeon
In 1974, Mrs Brandl graduated Cum Laude from the Faculty of Medicine at the Budapest Semmelweis Medical University.
Between 1974 and 1985 she worked at the oto - rhino - laryngology unit and the head and neck surgery unit of the Budapest Uzsoki Hospital.
In 1978, she passes the special qualifying examination of oto - rhino - laryngologist, head and neck surgery with "A" degree.
Between 1985 - 1991, she was chief physician at the Budapest Örs Vezér Square Hospital. During this time, in the framework of specialized trainings and by devoting spare time, she gained skills in plastic surgery at the Plastic Surgery Unit of the Budapest Honvéd Hospital and the Reconstructive and Plastic Surgery Unit of Budapest István Hospital.
Between 1991 - 2008, she worked as a chief surgeon of the Budapest Onco - Cardiology Centre.
She performs the removal and aesthetic reconstruction of benign and malign skin disorders (moles, solar keratosis, atheromas, fibromas and tumours) for 150 - 200 patients a year.
Every year during the last 20 years, she attended several congresses in Hungary and abroad and made lectures at conferences on oto-rhino-laryngology, skin surgery and pathology. Several magazines published her articles in Hungarian, English and French languages.
She is particularly specialized on safe removal of benign and malign facial and neck skin tumours by respecting the optimal safety limits while avoiding the unnecessary loss of healthy tissues. To this aim, she was the first in Hungary to apply the Mohs method modified by her for the surgery removal of facial malign tumours. This procedure was presented to the other physicians at oto-rhino-laryngology, oncology and pathology conferences.
In 1991, she established ART MEDIC Private Clinic offering plastic surgery and internal medicine or oto-rhino-laryngology operations as well as manager screening. In 1993, as the medical director of the institution, she expanded the clinics' profile with dental services. She was the first in the Hungarian private health care to introduce dental operation under general anaesthesia in necessary cases.
In 2006, with her colleagues, she enlarged the ART MEDIC Plastic Surgery by opening a modern, representative two-chair dentistry, the second ART MEDIC setting as ART MEDIC Dental Care. The new dentistry fully meets today's requirements and provides anaesthesic dental interventions, tooth implantation, root preserving treatment pursued by specialists and special treatments of gum diseases. As a new profile, the clinic provides many orthodontic solutions indispensable for the future protection of healthy teeth.
Since 2008, Mrs Brandl is the full time medical director of ART MEDIC Plastic Surgery and ART MEDIC Dental Care. Besides her surgeon activity, she heavily involved in the technical and professional development of both institutions and in the introduction of new procedures.
In line with the new trends, ART MEDIC Plastic Surgery pays high attention to non-invasive skin renewal and rejuvenation methods. Dr Brandl performs new treatments with great skill and success such as dermabrasion, fruit acid peeling and in particular the mesotherapeutic skin rejuvenation where the newest and most effective substances are used.
National conference of the Association of Human Private Health Services Providers (HEME), Budapest
Interdisciplinary Forum on the Medical responsibility organized by the Association of Hungarian Medical Society (MOTESZ)
12th National Antibiotics Conference - Siófok Hungary
10th Congress of the Hungarian Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Society of Surgeons (MPHEST) Galyatető - Hungary
11th National Antibiotics Conference - Eger, Hungary
10th National Antibiotics Conference - Visegrád, Hungary
9th Congress of the Hungarian Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Society of Surgeons (MPHEST) Debrecen - Hungary
8th Congress of the Hungarian Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Society of Surgeons (MPHEST)
Interdisciplinary Forum on the early treatment of allergic patients, organized by the Association of Hungarian Medical Society (MOTESZ)
Lecturer at the Conference of the Hungarian Society of Dermatology - Pécs, Hungary