Dr. Nikola Milojevic
Gundulićeva 40 Zagreb 10000 , Croatia (Hrvatska)
After many years of work and experience in aesthetic medicine, we opened Milo Clinic in London in 2005, and in March 2011, we opened a sister clinic in Zagreb, Polyclinic Milojevic. Our aim is to halt the ageing process and to turn the clock back, to rejuvenate and to make our patients look as young as they feel inside. It is our philosophy to apply a holistic approach to every individual patient, and with a wide range of the most advanced non-surgical and surgical techniques, we strive to design a tailor made treatment plan for you. Polyclinic Milojevic is the most modern anti-aging clinic in the wider region, dedicated to work in the fields of aesthetic medicine and aesthetic surgery. Using the most cutting edge techniques and technologies, we offer the most up to date treatments and procedures for the rejuvenation of the face, body and mind.
Dr Nikola Milojević is the owner and clinical director of Polyclinic Milojević, which is one of Croatia's leading aesthetic medicine clinics, specialising in an array of cutting-edge aesthetic procedures and treatments aimed to rejuvenate the face and body. Polyclinic Milojević was the first clinic in Croatia and the wider region to specialise purely in aesthetic medicine. He is also the owner of Milo Clinic in Harely street in London, where he is regarded as one of the leading aesthetic doctors. His passion, ambition and artistic feeling for aesthetic medicine are unrivalled. He has a unique and modern approach to his fast growing field of medicine, which he believes to be the future (and increasingly the present) of aesthetic surgery. Dr Nikola Milojević was exposed to the world of aesthetic medicine from a very early age. His father, Professor Boško Milojevićwas one of the European pioneers of modern plastic surgery and opened the first private aesthetic surgery clinic in 1967.
Dr. Roth graduated from the Medical School in Zagreb in 1994, and since 1995 is employed at the Clinic for Tumours of the Sisters of Charity Hospital. He completed his specialisation in General Surgery (2002), then his sub-specialisation in plastic, aesthetic, and reconstructive surgery (2010). Furthermore, he received his PhD (2012) in Biology at the Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics in Zagreb, with a dissertation on "The Role of Estrogen Receptor Beta in Breast Cancer Development". As of 2011 he is the Head of the Polyclinic at the Clinic for Tumours. Dr. Roth completed numerous trainings in the field of plastic surgery, many courses in reconstructive breast surgery and oncoplastic surgery, and resided in the world's leading plastic surgery centres. He has published a whole array of scientific studies in domestic and international professional journals, with the main topic of his scientific interest being breast cancer and all types of skin tumours.
Dr. Željana Bolanča, was born in Split where she completed her elementary and secondary school education. After graduating from the 1st Language Gymnasium, she enrolled in the School of Medicine, University of Zagreb. Following the completion of her internship at the Sisters of Charity Hospital, she left for a brief period of time to work in the pharmaceutical industry, where she was employed as Product Group Leader in the pharmaceutical company Solvay Pharmaceuticals. Dr. Bolanča then began and completed her specialisation in dermato-venereology at the Sisters of Charity Hospital, displaying great interest in general dermatology, dermatological oncology, and corrective dermatology. She attended many courses and trainings in trichology (scalp disease) at the Dermatology Clinic of the University of Bologna, as well as numerous courses in aesthetic medicine in London, Paris, Toulouse, and Sofia.
Ognjen Zrinšćak was born and raised in Zagreb where he got his highschool diploma. After graduating from the University of Zagreb School of Medicine and working through the internship in Clinical Hospital for Traumatology, he was transferred to Sisters of Charity Hospital in Zagreb where he specialized in ophthalmology. From 2008 on, he works at Sisters of Charity Hospital, Ophtalmology Department, Oculoplastics and Orbit Surgery Unit. He deals with problems of eyelids, orbit and nasolacrimal duct mainly, but he also specialized in retinal deseases and conditions as well as Neuro-ophthalmology. He finished his subspecialty in Eyelid, Tearduct and Orbit Surgery in 2017 and an additional one in Neuro-ophthalmology in 2019. He is primarily interested in eyelid reconstruction, nasolacrimal surgery, surgical procedures on eyelids and orbital bone decompression in thyrroid eye disease patients.