He has been involved in plastic surgery since 2012, and then started his career as a volunteer assistant in the Military Hospital – State Health Centre, Budapest, where he is currently working as a soon-to-be specialist doctor.
He graduated from the Semmelweis University Faculty of Medicine and has already been working abroad to enrich his knowledge: he studied in St. Petersburg in 2014 and spent a month in the summer of 2015 at the Okayama University Hospital Department of Plastic Surgery with Professor Yoshihiro Kimata, Japan by acquiring a new approach to reconstruction and microsurgery, he confirmed his determination and the necessary humility for his profession.
With plastic surgery, he has chosen a specialty that serves both acute and elective cases, where he can operate from head to toe on the entire body surface in an inseparable duality of aesthetics and reconstruction.
He has extensive experience in this dual approach to treating skin lesions and scars of various origins.
Dr. Mate Jancso believes that lifelong learning is the most important aspect of a doctor’s life, and has attended numerous professional congresses, various further training courses, and has been a speaker at international congresses on negative-pressure therapy and microsurgery in recent years. According to him, a doctor-patient encounter is ideal in a relaxed atmosphere of up-to-date professional knowledge, with personalized communication and appropriate information, where the patient can gain the confidence needed for successful collaboration. Dr. Jancso sees his patients as partners in all stages of therapeutic decision-making.
To acquire the aesthetic experience required for the specialist examination and not available in the public healthcare, he has chosen Premium Plastic Surgery, Budapest, where he could develop his expertise under the supervision and assistance of the specialists. The atmosphere of the clinic, the smooth teamwork, the professional attitude, and the precise work together provide the highest level of health care to the patients.