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Our Work

  • Giving the best functional, structural and aesthetic outcome in oncoplastic reconstructions.

  • To provide the best outcome following facial trauma with meticulous reduction of bone fractures and soft-tissue repair.

  • Approaching cosmetic and reconstructive problems using plastic surgery principles giving the best possible outcome.

  • Treatment of congenital anomalies such as cleft lip/palate, hypospadias, syndactyly release, etc with meticulous tissue alignment.

  • Hand surgeries are performed with special emphasis on postoperative mobilization and rehabilitation with regular follow-ups. 

  • Cost-effective and efficient skin & hair treatments.

 

We believe in being available when others are not. We minimize wait times and offer the best and most affordable care to our patients. Contact us to find out more.

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Hair and Nail problem Solution.

Hair loss, also known as alopecia, is a common condition that can affect people of all ages and can be caused by a variety of factors, including genetics, aging, hormonal changes, medical conditions, and certain medications. Hair loss can be distressing and can have a significant impact on a person's self-esteem and quality of life.

There are several treatment options available for hair loss, including:

  • Medications: Some medications, such as minoxidil (Rogaine) and finasteride (Propecia), can help to slow down hair loss and stimulate new hair growth. These medications are most effective when used early in the hair loss process and are not suitable for everyone.

  • Hair transplantation: This surgical procedure involves removing small plugs of hair from areas of the scalp where the hair is thicker and transplanting them to areas of the scalp that are thinning.

  • Laser therapy: Low-level laser therapy can help to stimulate new hair growth by increasing blood flow to the scalp and improving the health of the hair follicles.

  • Wigs, hairpieces, and other hair prosthetics: These options can be used to cover up hair loss and improve the appearance of the hair.

It is important to speak with a healthcare provider or a plastic surgeon to determine the cause of your hair loss and to discuss the most appropriate treatment options for you. In some cases, hair loss may be temporary and may resolve on its own, while in other cases, ongoing treatment may be needed to manage the condition

Natural Beauty

Liposuction

Liposuction is a surgical procedure that involves the removal of excess fat from specific areas of the body using a hollow stainless steel tube called a cannula. The cannula is inserted through a small incision in the skin and is used to suction out the fat through a high-pressure vacuum. Liposuction is typically used to contour the body by removing excess fat from areas such as the abdomen, thighs, buttocks, upper arms, and neck.

It is best suited for people who have stubborn areas of fat that are resistant to diet and exercise.

Liposuction is typically performed on an inpatient or outpatient basis, and the procedure takes anywhere from a few hours to several hours, depending on the size of the area being treated. The procedure is typically performed under general anesthesia or intravenous sedation, and it may be combined with other cosmetic procedures, such as a tummy tuck or breast reduction.

Recovery from liposuction typically takes several weeks, and patients may experience swelling, bruising, and discomfort during this time. It is important to follow the post-operative instructions provided by your surgeon to ensure a smooth recovery and the best possible results. It can be done for :

  • Double chin reduction. 

  • Jowl reduction

  • Love handle reduction / abdominal flank reduction. 

  • ​Bat wing arm reduction. 

Non-cosmetic reasons :

  • Gynaecomastia.

  • Abdominoplasty.

  • Tumors such as Lipomas, etc.

Natural Beauty

Facial aesthetic surgery:
 

Also known as cosmetic surgery, is a type of surgery that is performed to improve the appearance of a person's body or face. Aesthetic surgery is typically elective, meaning it is not medically necessary and is chosen by the patient for personal reasons.

There are many different types of aesthetic surgery procedures, including:

  • Breast augmentation, reduction, and lift

  • Liposuction to remove excess fat

  • Tummy tuck to tighten and smooth the abdominal area

  • Facelift to improve the appearance of sagging or wrinkled skin on the face

  • Rhinoplasty to reshape the nose

  • Blepharoplasty to remove excess skin from the eyelids

  • Otoplasty to correct protruding or misshapen ears

  • Aesthetic surgery is typically performed by plastic surgeons, who are medical doctors with specialized training in aesthetic surgery techniques. It is important to choose a qualified and experienced surgeon when considering any type of aesthetic surgery. It is also important to have realistic expectations about the outcome of the surgery and to understand that recovery time and follow-up care may be required.

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Onco-plastic & Post-traumatic Reconstructive Surgeries

Reconstructive plastic surgery is a type of surgery that is performed to repair or restore function to a part of the body that has been damaged or altered due to injury, disease, or congenital defect. This type of surgery is typically covered by medical insurance and is typically performed for functional or medical reasons, rather than for cosmetic purposes.

Some common conditions that may be treated with reconstructive plastic surgery include:

  • Burns

  • Cancer (including breast reconstruction after mastectomy)

  • Facial abnormalities or injuries

  • Hand injuries

  • Congenital defects, such as cleft lip and palate

  • Scarring or disfigurement due to injury or disease

Reconstructive plastic surgery may involve a wide range of procedures, including skin grafts, tissue expansion, flap surgery (transferring tissue from one part of the body to another), and microsurgery (using small blood vessels and nerves to repair damaged tissue).

  • LD,  TRAM, DIEP, etc. flap cover after breast cancer removal.

  • Free Fibula Flap for Oral Cancer;

  • FRAFF for carcinoma of penis.

  • RSA and free flaps for post traumatic soft tissue and bony defects.

Face Sculpture

Maxillofacial Surgery.

Maxillofacial surgery is a specialized field of plastic surgery that focuses on the treatment of abnormalities and injuries of the face, mouth, and jaws. 

Maxillofacial surgeons are trained to perform a wide range of procedures, including:

  • Facial reconstruction after injury or surgery

  • Orthognathic (jaw) surgery to correct misaligned jaws

  • Removing tumors or other growths in the mouth or face

  • Repairing facial fractures or injuries

  • Correcting cleft lip and palate

  • Treating temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders

 

Maxillofacial surgery may be performed for medical, functional, or cosmetic reasons. It is typically performed in a hospital or outpatient surgical center, and may be done under local anesthesia, intravenous sedation, or general anesthesia, depending on the complexity of the procedure.

If you are considering maxillofacial surgery, it is important to choose a qualified and experienced surgeon. Be sure to ask about the surgeon's training, credentials, and experience, and discuss the potential risks and benefits of the procedure with them.

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Face Clinic

A face clinic is a medical facility that focuses on the treatment of issues related to the face. This can include a wide range of services, such as cosmetic procedures, skin care treatments, and medical procedures to address facial abnormalities or injuries. Some common treatments that may be offered at a face clinic include:

  • Botox and other injectables for wrinkle reduction and facial contouring

  • Facial fillers to add volume and smooth out wrinkles

  • Laser treatments to address skin imperfections and signs of aging

  • Microdermabrasion and chemical peels to improve the texture and appearance of the skin

  • Reconstructive surgery to address facial abnormalities or injuries

It is important to choose a reputable and qualified practitioner when considering any medical procedure, including those offered at a face clinic. Be sure to research the credentials of the practitioners and the clinic, and ask for recommendations or referrals from trusted sources before making a decision.

Fire

Burn Care.

Burn care is the treatment of burns, which are injuries to the skin and underlying tissues caused by heat, chemicals, electricity, or radiation. The severity of a burn can range from a minor superficial injury to a life-threatening injury that requires immediate medical attention.

If you have suffered a burn, it is important to seek medical attention as soon as possible. The treatment of burns depends on the severity and location of the burn, as well as the age and overall health of the person who has been burned.

For minor burns (such as a first-degree burn that affects only the top layer of skin), treatment may involve:

  • Cooling the burn with cool water for at least 10-15 minutes

  • Covering the burn with a sterile gauze bandage to prevent infection

  • Taking over-the-counter pain medication, such as acetaminophen or ibuprofen, to reduce pain and inflammation

  • Applying aloe vera or another burn ointment to the burn to help it heal

For more severe burns, treatment may involve:

  • Hospitalization and treatment in a specialized burn unit

  • Intravenous fluids to prevent dehydration

  • Medications to control pain and prevent infection

  • Surgery to remove dead tissue and cover the burn wound with skin grafts

  • Physical therapy to help the person regain mobility and function

It is important to follow the treatment plan recommended by your healthcare provider to ensure the best possible outcome and minimize the risk of complications

Hands

Hand Surgery.

Hand surgery is a specialized field of surgery that focuses on the treatment of conditions and injuries affecting the hand and upper extremity. Hand surgeons are trained to perform a wide range of procedures, including:

  • Repairing fractures and dislocations of the hand and wrist

  • Treating hand and wrist injuries, such as tendon and ligament injuries, nerve injuries, and joint injuries

  • Removing tumors or other growths in the hand and wrist

  • Repairing hand and wrist deformities, such as trigger finger and carpal tunnel syndrome

  • Replacing damaged joints, such as the thumb joint or wrist joint

  • Treating congenital hand abnormalities, such as webbed fingers or missing digits

Hand surgery may be performed for medical, functional, or cosmetic reasons. It is typically performed in a hospital or outpatient surgical center, and may be done under local anesthesia, intravenous sedation, or general anesthesia, depending on the complexity of the procedure.Hand injuries impact livelihood of everyone. Even trivial hand injuries such as puncture wound causing nerve damage can be devastating. Thorough examination and addressing of tendon, nerve and vascular injuries can significantly alter the course of your disability. 

Driver Crash

Comprehensive Wound Care.

Wounds such a Bed Sores, diabetic foot ulcers, Varicose vein ulcers specially which are chronic can be very difficult to manage.

Wound care refers to the medical treatment of injuries or areas of damaged skin. Wounds can be caused by a variety of factors, including cuts, scrapes, burns, and pressure injuries. Proper wound care is important to ensure that the wound heals properly and to minimize the risk of infection or other complications.

The steps involved in wound care may include:

  • Cleaning the wound: This involves removing any dirt or debris from the wound using a gentle cleaning solution, such as saline or soap and water.

  • Controlling bleeding: If the wound is bleeding, it is important to apply direct pressure to the wound using a clean cloth or bandage to help stop the bleeding.

  • Protecting the wound: After the wound has been cleaned, it is important to keep it covered to protect it from further injury and to prevent infection.

  • Treating pain: Depending on the severity of the wound, pain relief medication may be necessary.

  • Monitoring the wound: It is important to monitor the wound for signs of infection, such as redness, swelling, or pus. If you notice any of these signs, it is important to contact your healthcare provider for further evaluation and treatment.

  • Dressing the wound: The type of dressing used to cover the wound will depend on the location and type of wound. Some common types of wound dressings include adhesive bandages, gauze, and hydrocolloid dressings.

Proper wound care is important to ensure that the wound heals properly and to minimize the risk of infection or other complications. It is important to follow the instructions of your healthcare provider for the proper care of your wound.

Congenital Anomaly Surgery

Plastic surgery of congenital anomaly is a type of surgery that is performed to repair or correct abnormalities that are present at birth. Congenital anomalies can affect any part of the body and can be caused by a variety of factors, including genetics, environmental factors, and complications during pregnancy. Some common congenital anomalies that may be treated with plastic surgery include:

  • Cleft lip and palate: These are abnormalities of the lip and roof of the mouth that occur when the structures do not form properly during fetal development. Plastic surgery can be used to repair these abnormalities and restore normal function and appearance.

  • Ear abnormalities: Congenital ear abnormalities can include malformation of the outer ear, inner ear, or both. Plastic surgery can be used to correct these abnormalities and improve the appearance and function of the ears.

  • Hand abnormalities: Congenital hand abnormalities can include missing fingers, webbed fingers, or fingers that are abnormally shaped or sized. Plastic surgery can be used to correct these abnormalities and improve the function and appearance of the hands.

  • Facial abnormalities: Congenital facial abnormalities can include abnormalities of the nose, eyes, mouth, or other structures. Plastic surgery can be used to correct these abnormalities and improve the appearance and function of the face.

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