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Dr Tatjana PAVICIC


Dr Tatjana Pavicic is a board certified dermatologist specializing in cosmetic surgery and aesthetic treatments with her own private practice in Munich.

She sets her specific focus on a holistic individual approach for face & body combining botulinum toxin, fillers and energy-based devices like lasers, radiofrequency technologies and micro-focused ultrasound.

She is an internationally respected speaker and trainer on advanced cosmetic dermatology and surgery. Dr. Pavicic is member of various national and international dermatologic and cosmetic societies. She is a Treasurer of the Dermatologic Aesthetic Surgery International League (DASIL), General Secretary of the International Peeling Society, Board member of IMCAS Academy, past president of the Dermocosmetic group in the Society of Dermopharmacy, past Board member of International Society of Dermatologic Surgery, and a Global Faculty member of the Merz Institute of Advanced Aesthetics.


After studying medicine at the Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich she started her dermatologic career at the “Klinik und Poliklinik für Dermatologie und Allergologie der LMU” in 2004 receiving her board certification in 2008. From 2007 till 2014 she was Head of the department for aesthetic and laser dermatology.

Dr. Pavicic has extensively published in international journals both in the dermatological and the aesthetic fields since 2001. One of her main areas of research are filler complications and combination treatments. She has been involved in multiple studies with different molecules and compounds (botulinum toxin, dermal filler, native hyaluronic acid, dermocosmetics, lasers, peels, etc.). Additionally, Dr Pavicic followed a training in medical management and marketing at Shangai and WHU in Vallendar.

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Tatjana PAVICIC's lectures (45)

Tatjana PAVICIC's publications (39)

Arterial Wall Penetration Forces in Needles versus Cannulas.

03, 2019

If safety is defined as the diminished ability to penetrate facial arteries, the goal of this study was to investigate whether different-sized cannulas are safer than correspondingly sized needles for the application of facial soft-tissue fillers. read more

Plastic and reconstructive surgery

Age and Gender Differences of the Frontal Bone: A Computed Tomographic (CT)-Based Study.

06, 2019

Age-related changes of the frontal bone in both males and females have received limited attention, although understanding these changes is crucial to developing the best surgical and nonsurgical treatment plans for this area. read more

Aesthetic surgery journal

The Anatomy behind Adverse Events in Hand Volumizing Procedures: Retrospective Evaluations of 11 Years of Experience.

05, 2018

To retrospectively evaluate the rate of adverse events after hand volumizing procedures using a calcium hydroxylapatite product and to investigate the relationship between injector used (i.e., needle versus cannula) and technique applied (i.e., bolus, tenting, proximal-to-distal fanning, distal-to-proximal single line). read more

Plastic and reconstructive surgery
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Tatjana PAVICIC's scientific societies (4)