Dr. Serdar Bora Bayraktaroğlu
Serdar Bora Bayraktaroğlu graduated from Cerrahpasa Faculty of Medicine (English Program) in 2005. He completed his plastic surgery training between 2005 and 2011 at the Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery Clinic of Sisli Etfal Hospital. He also received training on Micro-Surgery and Hand Surgery at the same clinic. In January 2009, Bayraktaroğlu successfully completed his 6-month 'Facial Plasty' internship at the Facial Paralysis Institute in California-LA, USA. Dr. Bayraktaroglu has completed his thesis on microvascular surgery, and has served as a Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery Specialist since 2011. Dr. Bayraktaroğlu, is a member of the Turkish Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons and ISAPS (International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery), follows current affairs in antiaging, medical aesthetics and aesthetic plastic surgery by attending many domestic and international organizations. Bayraktaroğlu, who apart from professional works in the field of medicine, is also interested in the art of photography in which he draws inspiration from the perfections of mother nature.
The Magnificent City: ISTANBUL
Lying across the two continents, İstanbul is by all means one of the most popular tourist attractions on Earth. The tiny strait between these two continents, Bosphorus is what makes this city unique. Besides, numerous historical places fascinate the ones interested in cultural tourism. İstanbul has been populated by the humankind since the 6th century BC. Including Roman, Byzantine and the Ottoman Empires, this very old but fascinating city functioned as a home to many tribes, nomads and of course; civilizations. Not only hosting, İstanbul was also the administrative and religious center of these three empires mentioned. What this privilege brings about is an endless reserve of religious places, historical buildings, museums, palaces, structures carrying the characteristic features of a number of different human societies. Maybe this is the reason why İstanbul has always been a city full of tolerance towards any kind of diversities. In İstanbul, mosques, churches and synagogues stand side by side. In terms of population, it is the biggest metropolis of Europe. İstanbul also offers lots of opportunities. Not to mention endless number of historical places, you can find modern artgalleries, exhibitions, festivals, museums, special events in this city-alive each day. But even walking in the streets might be a pleasure, since each corner opens up to another fabulous structure dating back to hundreds of years before today.