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Cosmetic Surgery

Over a period of time, there occurs damage to cells and tissues of the body. Various factors such as aging, forces of gravity, extremes of weather, prolonged exposure to Ultraviolet Rays of sun, repeated pregnancies, obesity, fluctuations in weight and various systemic diseases contribute to this damage, which leads to progressive...
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Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

Plastic Surgery is the speciality, which is concerned with healing of wounds, restoration and improvement of form and function. The speciality had its origin at around 600BC when Sushruta laid down the foundations of Surgery and described a method to reconstruct the amputated nose, which is still practiced today. Unlike other surgical...
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Hair Restoration

The impact of hair loss on our personality and psychological well being can be substantial. The most common cause of hair loss is heredity where both androgens and genetic factors work together to cause a gradual weakness and eventual loss of genetically susceptible hair follicles .The age of onset, extent, and rate of hair loss...
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Rhinoplasty (Greek- rhis (nose), plassein (to shape) ) refers to a group of Plastic Surgery procedures, related to nose. It includes Cosmetic Rhinoplasty, Septorhinoplasty, Reconstructive Rhinoplasty and Rhinoplasty for birth defects...
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Sex Change Surgery

To understand trans-sexuality, we have to understand the difference between sex and gender. While ‘sex’ represents physical differentiation as male or female, indicated by the external appearance of genitalia and the presence of gonads, ‘gender’ is the psychological recognition of self, and wish to be regarded by others, as...
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Genital Surgery

G spot augmentation: Grafenberg (G) spot is an erogenous zone, located in anterior vaginal wall, 50-80mm inside. It is also, the location of Skene Gland, considered equivalent to prostate in males. Stimulation of G spot is reported to result in orgasm. This area can be enhanced with the help of filler...
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Craniofacial Surgery

It is the subspeciality of Plastic Surgery, dealing with defects of skull, face and jaws. These defects may have been present since birth, or may be acquired, as in the case of facial fractures. It includes the deformities that occur as a result of premature fusion of cranial sutures lines (craniosynostosis), Crouzon Syndrome, Apert...
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Corrective Jaw Surgery

Orthognathic Surgery (Orthos (straight), gnathos (jaw)) refers to the surgical procedures that are used to correct deformities of upper and lower jaws, or to bring these into better alignment for aesthetic and/or functional purpose. Jaws may be moved forward..
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Surgery of Birth Defects

Ear defects, Eyelid defects, Facial defects, Neck defects, Genetic/hereditary conditions/abnormal development, Defects of chest, Defects of limbs, Defects of genitalia, Defects of spine...
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Tummy Tuck

Abdominoplasty (tummy tuck) is the operative procedure which is carried out to make the abdomen firm and flat, compared to preoperative appearance. in this process, extra (hanging) skin, fat and soft tissues are removed, the abdominal...
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Cosmetic suturing of wounds and scar revisions

What is a scar? - Ans: Scar is the method, by which human body closes wounds. Any full thickness skin wound will heal by formation of a scar...

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Cleft Lip and Palate

Cleft Lip and Palate: A cleft lip occurs once in 700 live births. In this condition, the infant has a vertical cleft in upper lip and some deformity (flattening with deviation) of nose. The severity may vary from simple notching of lip, to a wide defect. A cleft palate occurs once in 2000 live births....
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Dermatologic Treatments

Acne: Acne commonly known as pimples is a very common problem which usually starts in adolescence and generally resolves in mid to late twenties. It is because of hypertrophy, obstruction and subsequent infection of the oil producing glands called sebaceous glands present on our face, chest , upper back and shoulders. It is said...
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What is blepharoplasty? - Surgery of the eyelids to improve appearance or vision is known as blepharoplasty. ...

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Male Breast Reduction (Gynecomastia)

Enlargement of breast in males is known as Gynecomastia. The word is derived from Greek (gynaik- woman, mastos- breast), in other words, breast like a woman’s. It must be differentiated from generalized fat accumulation, which occurs in obese men, and is known as pseudogynecomastia, or sometimes, as lipomastia...
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Liposuction (Lipoplasty/ Liposculpture)

What is Liposuction? - Ans- Liposuction is a method, in which thin cannulae are inserted via very small incisions, located usually in hidden areas and advanced to the areas of fat deposits. These deposits are then mobilized by various methods and sucked out...
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