Specialist Expertise of Dr. Dalia Sattler
Dr. Dalia Sattler is Specialist in Plastic, Aesthetic and Reconstructive Surgery with sub-specialties in breast surgery, microsurgery, super microsurgery and lymph surgery.
Dr. Dalia Sattler is Irish and has successfully studied medicine at Trinity College Dublin. Her internship and basic surgical training took place at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) and she was named Fellow of the College in 2007.
Following basic surgical training, Dr. med. Sattler has been awarded a two-year “Research Fellowship” by the Henrietta Breast Cancer Foundation in the Department of Plastic Surgery at the University of Toronto. Dr. Dalia Sattler has received several highly honored national and international awards for her excellent scientific achievements there, including the Canadian Society of Microsurgery’s Zeiss Microsurgery Award and the Canadian Breast Cancer Research Alliance Award for the development of new surgical treatments for lymphedema. An experimental doctoral thesis was also prepared by her on this subject.
After completing her residency at the University of Göttingen, she successfully passed the exam for plastic and aesthetic surgery in 2011 (Ärztekammer Niedersachsen). Afterwards, she worked as a Senior Surgeon for Plastic and Aesthetic Surgery, before being awarded a one-year “scholarship” in Micro, Breast and Reconstructive Surgery at Chang Gung Memorial University Hospital by the University of Taipei, Taiwan.
What distinguishes Dr. Dalia Sattler from other plastic surgeons is her attention to detail, as well as her sense of harmony and the appreciation of natural beauty from the point of view of a woman. In particular, her patients quickly realize that Dr. med. Sattler really understands what a woman’s needs are.
Dr. Dalia Sattler is a lover of fine arts, has a bachelor’s degree in art (Trinity College Dublin) and paints herself, if time allows. Furthermore, she has a weakness for Japan and Hawaii, haute cuisine and likes to listen to jazz music.
In addition to the surgical and scientific facets of the medical profession, Dr. med. Sattlers also care about a loving way of dealing with their patients. In addition to the empathy for the patients in their own practice, it is also important to the (medical) well-being of less privileged people in poorer countries of the world. Therefore, she is involved with the organizations “Operation Smile” and the “Noordhoff Craniofacial Foundation”.