Violeta Skorobac Asanin MD, PhD

Dr sci. med. dr Violeta Skorobać Ašanin

Violeta Skorobac Asanin MD, PhD

Doctor of Medical Sciences, specialist in plastic, reconstructive and aesthetic surgery, President of Serbian Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons SRBSAPS, Chair of Patient Safety and Guidelines Committee EASAPS, Member of Educational Council Committee ISAPS, Member of the Board for Patient Safety ISAPS and National Secretary of Serbia.

Chief plastic surgeon and the owner of the Special hospital Diona Violeta Skorobac Asanin, MD, PhD, a specialist in plastic, reconstructive and aesthetic surgery brings the female perspective in her work, is skilled in many areas of plastic surgery, which she practices for the last 20 years in her private practice.

Violeta Skorobac Asanin MD, PhD in plastic, reconstructive and aesthetic surgery, graduated as MD at the University of Belgrade, Faculty of Medicine; she completed her Master Studies in Medical science at the Orthopedics Institute of the Clinical Centre of Serbia, in the area of the clinical and applied anatomy, with master thesis "Digitus maleus and possibilities of treatment". As a resident, early in her career she received wide knowledge in internal medicine, general, vascular and cardio surgery at the Medical Military Academy and the National Institute for Cardiovascular Diseases “Dedinje” (mentor: prof. dr Bozina Radevic, currently team member). In 2018 she PhD viva her dissertation in the field of lipo-transfers and the research of the extraction of stem cells from the fat tissue.

Dr Violeta Skorobac Asanin opened the Clinic Diona in 2000 was the first women in Serbia that founded and run private practice in the area of plastic, reconstructive and aesthetic surgery.

Dr. Skorobac Asanin is internationally recognized for her expertise and has perfected her knowledge and skills by practicing in a number of plastic surgery clinics worldwide - Italy, Canada, Greece, Russia, Brazil and USA. She has been a contributor and participant at numerous medical experts’ gatherings and, among other achievements, she has been granted the top USA award for best results in treating the overweight by ultrasonic liposculpture.

Also, she is one of the initiators that the mastectomy reconstruction is introduced in the oncology protocol, by which all women in Serbia in need for such intervention got it free of charge. In 2012, she has been awarded by prestigious Serbian award for the best women entrepreneur in Serbia.

As of 2012 Dr Skorobac Asanin is the ISAPS National Secretary of Serbia, reelected until 2020.  She is also an honorary member of the Rumanian Association of plastic surgeons, Board member of the Serbian Medical Association, Executive Board member at the Serbian Association of Private Healthcare Providers, and President of Serbian Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (SRBSAPS).

Dr Skorobac Asanin is fully devoted to her job that she loves wholeheartedly. She works tirelessly in order to break the prejudices of aesthetic surgeries aiming to place it in everyday course of life and make it available to “regular’ people. Her ultimate goal is to make aesthetic surgery safe, painless with the shortest possible recovery period.


  • Member of  International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ISAPS)
  • Member of  International Confederation for Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic surgery (IPRAS)
  • Member of  European Association of Plastic Surgeons (EURAPS)
  • Founding Member  Association of Plastic Surgeons of the Principality of Monaco (SMDRECPE)
  • Member of  Balkan Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic surgery (BAPRAS)
  • Founding Member  Serbian Association of Plastic Aesthetic Surgeons (SRBSAPS)
  • Member of  Serbian Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic surgery (SRBPRAS)
Congresses, additional education and lectures

1998 |ISAPS postgraduate Course Athens Greece

2001 |Center for aesthetic surgery Rome Italy guest Carlo Gasparoni

2002 |ISAPS Congress Istanbul Turkey

2003 |WORKSHOP Angelo Rabelo - Reduction mammaplasty Lisbon Portugal

2003 |National Brazilian Congress- FAME face lifting technique

2006 |The Cutting Edge New York

2007 |Modern Aspect of Rhinoplastiy Dalas USA

2007 |Marien hospital guest prof. Wolfgang Gubisch Open Rhinoplasty

2008 |Winter Scientific Meeting Royal Collage of Surgeon London UK

2008 |1st Congress of the EASAPS Madrid Spain

2009 |Advanced Course Aesthetic Rhinoplasty Stuttgart Germany

2010 |Open Rhinoplasty Course Bergamo Italy

2010 | 10th Congress of the Serbian Society Beograd, Serbia-oral presentation

1. Reduction mammoplasty with Superior pedical,  
2. Anatomical VS Round Breast Implants 10 years of Experience 
3. Legs, lower legs and buttocks augmentation with Fat Grafting 
4. Non-operative technique for Facial Contouring

2010 |Cutting Edge Facial Rejuvination New York USA

2011 |Advanced MACS lift Course by P. Tonnard, Gent, Belgium

2011 |ISAPS Instructional Cadaver Course , Brno, Prague, Czech Republic

2011 |Congress of Balkan Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic surgery 
Sarajevo Bosnia-oral presentation 
1.Face lifting SMAS technique Choice or Need?
2.Reduction Mammaplasty Supported by Inferior Dermal Flap

2012 |Marien hospital Education Rinoplasty Open Approach Stuttgart guest prof. Wolfgang Gubish

2012 |IFFPSS Congres ROME Face&Nose, Italy-oral presentation 
1.Face lifting in six vectors 
2.Fat cells for Facial rejuvenation

2012 |SRBPRAS Congress Belgrade, Serbia-oral presentation
1.Lower blepharoplasty with orbitomalar suspension
2.Secondary Open Septorhinoplasty

2012 |ISAPS National secretary of Serbia

2012 |ISAPS Congress GENEVA
1.Face Lifting/ SMAS Technique: Choice for facial Asymmetry
2.Reduction Mammoplasty Supported by Inferior Dermal Flap

2012 |IPRAS Symposium Athena, Greece-oral presentation
1.Autologous fat grafting for thighs and calves augmentation 
2.Six vectors face lift for facial asymmetry

2012 |ISPRES Congress Berlin, Germany-oral presentation
1.Significance of the Histological Structure of Autologous Adipose Tissue 
2.Autologus Fat Cells Choice for Lower Legs Remodeling

2012 Education Rhinoplasty Open Approach, Prof .dr Wolfgang Gubish /Marien hospital Sttutgart, Germany

2014 22nd Stuttgart Advanced Course for Functional & Aesthetic Rhinoplasty and 4th SOS Symposium

2016 ISAPS Congress/Tokio, Japan


1. Skorobac Asanin V. The secondary breast surgery; necessities or compulsion? EASAPS Congress and ISAPSSymposium, Bucharest, Romania 2017

2. Skorobac Asanin V. Fat cells in facial regenerative rejuvenation. ISAPS Course, Poiana Brasov, Romania 2017

3. Skorobac Asanin V. Sliding abdominoplasty. ISAPS Course, Poiana Brasov, Romania 2017

4. Skorobac Asanin V. Reduction mammoplasty supported with dermal flap. ISAPS Course, Poiana Brasov, Romania 2017

5. Skorobac Asanin V , Sopta J . Lower Leg Augmentation with Fat Grafting, MRI and Histological Examination. Aesthetic Plast Surg. 2017;41(1):108-116.

6. Skorobac Asanin V. Open Approach Rhinoplasty or Septorhinoplasty; Necessity of cartilage grafts. 4th World Plastic Surgery Congress, Monaco,2016

7. Skorobac Asanin V. Full face lift in six vectors for natural facial apperiance. 4th World Plastic Surgery Congress, Monaco,2016

8. Skorobac Asanin V. When the fat cells are irreplaceable in a facial rejuvenation. 4th World Plastic Surgery Congress, Monaco,2016

9. Reviewer of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Journal from 2016

10. Skorobac Asanin V. Face lifting in six vector for natural facial appearance. RASS and ROAPS Congress and ISAPS Symposium, Bucharest, Romania 2016

11. Skorobac Asanin V. Combine operation Risk VS Benefits. RASS and ROAPS Congress and ISAPS Symposium, Bucharest, Romania 2016

12. Skorobac Asanin V. Planning in Breast Augmentation. RASS and ROAPS Congress and ISAPS Symposium, Bucharest, Romania 2016

13. Skorobac Asanin V. The Local Course Director of ISAPS Course with live surgery, Brazilian-European Synergy - Reshaping the body, Belgrade, Serbia 2015

14. Skorobac Asanin V. The basic principles for surviving fat cells in body reshaping. ISAPS Course , Belgrade 2015

15. Skorobac Asanin V. MRI and histological examinations of the fat surviving The first ISRMS Congress, Buchurest, Romania,2015

16. Skorobac Asanin V. Lower legs correction with fat grafting 22nd ISAPS Congress, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2014

17. Skorobac Asanin V.Facial rejuvenation with autologous fat grafting. 8th BAPRAS Congress, Budva, Montenegro, 2013

18. Skorobac Asanin V. Open septorhinoplasty: Choice or need?. 8th BAPRAS Congress, Budva, Montenegro, 2013

19. Skorobac Asanin V. Significance of the Histological Structure of Autologous Adipose Tissue. ISPRES 2nd Congress, Berlin, Germany, 2013

20. Skorobac Asanin V. Autologus Fat Cells Choice for Lower Legs Remodeling. ISPRES 2nd Congress, Berlin, Germany, 2013

21. Skorobac V. The day after. ISAPS News 2013:7:22-27.

22. Skorobac V. Implants: Do We Have a Choice? ISAPS News 2013;7:16-17.

23. Skorobac V. Six Vectors Face Lift for Facial Asymmetry.10th IQUAM Congress and Consensus Conference, Athens, Greece. 2012,4:21.

24. Skorobac V. Autologous Fat Grafting For Thighs and Calves Augmentation.10th IQUAM Congress and Consensus Conference, Athens ,Greece. 2012, 4:22.

25. Skorobac V, Reduction Mammoplasty Supported by Inferior Dermal Flap.21th ISAPS Congress. Geneva, Switzerland. Abstract book,1129E, 2012:150.

26. Skorobac V, Face Lifting/ SMAS Technique: Choice for Facial Asymmetry.21th ISAPS Congress. Geneva, Switzerland. Abstract book,1127E, 2012:149.

27. Skorobac V. Face Lifting in Six Vectors. International Federation of Facial Plastic Surgery Societies (IFFPSS) VII International Congress, Rome, Italy. 2012 (oral presentation)

28. Skorobac V. Fat Cells for Facial Rejuvenation. International Federation of Facial Plastic Surgery Societies (IFFPSS) VII International Congress, Rome, Italy. 2012 (oral presentation)

29. Kosovac O, Skorobac V. One stage for delayed breast reconstruction. 11th Congress of Serbian Society for Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery, Belgrade, Serbia. Abstract book, 2012:41.

30. Kosovac O, Skorobac V. Fat grafting to the reconstructed breast. 11th Congress of Serbian Society for Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery, Belgrade, Serbia. Abstract book, 2012:11.

31. Skorobac V. Secondary Open Septorhinoplasty.11th Congress SRBPRAS, Belgrade, Serbia. Abstract book, 2012

32. Skorobac V. Lower Blepharoplasty with Orbitomalar Suspension.11th Congress SRBPRAS, Belgrade, Serbia. Abstract book, 2012

33. Kosovac O, Dzodic R, Skorobac V, Markovic I, Jokic S, Stojiljkovic D. Primarna rekonstrukcija dojke,kao deo procedure u lecenju carcinoma dojke desetogodisnje iskustvo.Zbornik sazetaka radova acta medica Semendrica 2012;vol25,supp 2 :20.

34. Kosovac O, Skorobac V. Delayed breast reconstruction following mastectomy by suspension technique to avoid tissue expansion technique (1999-2011). Oncoplastic and Reconstructive surgery of the breast -6th European conference Milano-Italy, 2011:282.

35. Skorobac V, Reduction mammoplasty supported by the inferior dermal flap.7th Congress of BAPRAS, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Abstract book, 2011:169.

36. Skorobac V, Face Lifting-SMAS technique: Choice or Need. 7th Congress of BAPRAS, Sarajevo,Bosnia and Herzegovina. Abstract book, 2011:144.

37. Kosovac O, Skorobac V. Breast reconstruction following mastectomy by suspension technique to avoid tissue expansion technique.7th Congress of BAPRAS Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Abstract book, 2011:251.

38. Skorobac V. Reduction Mammoplasty with Superior Pedical.10th Congress SRBPRAS, Belgrade, Serbia. Abstract book, 2010:7.

39. Skorobac V. Round VS Anatomical Implants Shape. 10 Years of Expiriance.10th Congress SRBPRAS, Belgrade, Serbia. Abstract book, 2010:7.

40. Skorobac V. Non Operative Technique for Facial Counturing.10th Congress SRBPRAS, Belgrade, Serbia. Abstract book, 2010:21.

41. Skorobac V. Legs,Lower Legs and Buttocks Augmentation.10th Congress SRBPRAS, Belgrade, Serbia. Abstract book, 2010:71.

42. Kojić S, Rajačić N, Starović B, Skorobać V. Distally based fasciocutaneous flaps for lower leg and foot reconstruction. 1st Balkan Congress for plastic, reconstructive and aesthetic surgery, Thessaloniki, 1999.

43. Colic M, Dobovsek A, Skorobac V. Vertical Compared to Periareolar Mammaplasties-Some Technical Hints and Aesthetic Aspects. 12th Congress of the International Confederation for Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery. IPRAS, San Francisko, USA. Apstract book, 1999:67.

44. Kojić S, Rajačić N, Skorobać V. Distalno bazirani režnjevi potkolenice.XX Kongres hirurga Jugoslavije, Zlatibor, Acta chirurgica Jugoslavica,Supplementum 1/98.1998.

My vision

Being in an eternal quest for beauty as an individual and as a specific concept, the standard aesthetic procedures and “Barbie Doll” look-a-like surgeries which achieve identical results, have determined my constant endeavour, as a plastic surgeon, to be unique from others. Every patient has a right to their personal surgery, with each of them having a unique identity and  beauty which should be preserved. My work philosophy is: the flow of natural against artificial; discrete and perfectly balanced.

Kindness towards others, having a nurturing love and empathy for people are key principles of a well mannered  aesthetic surgeon. The surgeon should be an experienced doctor widely educated, have a strain of art incorporated within them, having developed a sense for beauty and aesthetics. An aesthetic surgeon has to have the ability to observe beauty from different angles, whilst  at the same time harmonising between  being a strict professional surgeon and yet apply art to one’s work.

A patient’s health is always my priority, thus the first consultation is the key to further success. This is when expectations and possibilities meet each other in order to interweave Id and Ego with physical appearance. The holy trinity of knowledge, beauty and sense of proportion are the core principles of aesthetic surgery. Constant demand for widening existing knowledge and experience are necessary to upgrade my aesthetic practice. Every patient must be a surgeon’s masterpiece, hence my task is to recognise the wishes of each individual, to feel and sense the proportion of their face and body whilst fulfilling their expectations.