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Cosmetic Surgery

Body Contouring
Breast Augmentation
Breast Reduction
Fat Grafting
Male Gynecomastia Reduction

Q. How cosmetic surgery help to reshape the body?

Minimizing the Effects of Aging - Nowhere does aging leave its imprint more noticeably than on the face. Sun exposure as well as aging contribute to facial wrinkling, as do diet, the amount of alcohol you consume, and whether or not you smoke.

Facial rejuvenation surgery may involve procedures of the face and neck, eyelids, forehead and eyebrow areas, and procedures to reduce fine skin lines. These procedures can often be performed at the same time or can be carried out in separate sessions.

Which procedure, or combination of procedures, is right for you depends on your personal objectives and the opinion of your surgeon.

Redefining Facial Features - Irregularities of the nose, ears, cheeks or chin may upset the balance of the face and affect the overall appearance, since these features are often viewed in relation to one another.

Aesthetic surgery can reshape the nose, diminish prominence of the ears, and reshape the chin or cheeks to improve excesses or deficiencies in these areas. In many cases, changing a single facial feature can enhance your entire appearance and affect the way you feel about yourself.

Body Contouring -There are several aesthetic procedures to reshape the breasts, abdomen and other parts of the body. Dramatic advances have been made in recent years, particularly in suction techniques that now often replace more extensive surgery to remove unwanted fat.

The success of body contouring - whether it is done to reduce, enlarge or lift - is influenced by your age and the size, shape and skin tone of the area to be treated. While some contouring procedures leave small scars, more noticeable scars may result when surgical removal of fat and skin is necessary to achieve desired results. In such cases, you must be willing to accept these scars in exchange for looking better in clothing.

Benefits of cosmetic Surgeries

  • Improve and enhance look
  • Greater self confidence
  • Improve Social Lives as well as interpersonal relationships
  • Increase enjoyment of Leisure activities
  • Success and recognition
  • Emotional and physical wellbeing
  • Happiness

Q. Are you a Good Candidate for Cosmetic Surgery?

The ideal candidate for aesthetic surgery is an individual who recognizes a specific area in which his or her appearance could be improved and has a strong personal desire to make a change. This personal desire may be influenced to some degree by the individual's role in society. Because our culture is youth-oriented, people seek ways to counter the effects of aging on their appearance. Many elect surgery to look as young as they feel, to build confidence after a lifestyle change or to retain their edge against younger competitors.

Whatever your reasons for choosing aesthetic surgery, it is important to have realistic expectations. Improving a feature of the face or body may give you greater self - confidence and add to your sense of well-being, but it is not a guarantee of happiness or better relationships with others. Surgery can enhance your appearance; the rest is up to you.

As with all surgical procedures, cosmetic surgery carries with it certain risks. Select a doctor who is well-trained and experienced in performing the specific procedure you want. (For help, use the questions listed inside.) Find out beforehand any possible side effects, risks, and complications of the surgery you want. Early on, discuss with your doctor what goals you hope to accomplish with cosmetic surgery and whether these goals are realistic. Remember that insurance usually does not cover costs for elective cosmetic surgery.

Q. What are the different type of Cosmetic Surgical Procedures?

Mammoplasty Breast Augmentation - Breast augmentation is one of the most common plastic surgery procedures today. Breast implants are used during augmentation to increase the size and shape of the breast.

Breast reduction- Removal of skin and glandular tissue. Indicated to reduce back and shoulder pain in women with gigantomastia and/or for psychological benefit in women with gigantomastia/macromastia and men with gynecomastia.

Breast lift (Mastopexy)- Lifting or reshaping of breasts to make them less saggy, often after weight loss (after a pregnancy, for example). It involves removal of breast skin as opposed to glandular tissue. Liposuction Localised unwanted fat over various parts of the body.

Nose Reshaping (Rhinoplasty) - Rhinoplasty uses surgical techniques to reshape the nose.

Eyelid Surgery (Blepharoplasty) - surgery is performed on adults of any age to correct problems associated to aging or to receive treatment for inherited traits.

Tummy Tuck - Tummy tuck, also known as Abdominoplasty, helps to significantly reduce the appearance of a protruding abdomen, loose skin, and stretch marks in the abdominal area.

Hair transplantation - Hairtransplantation uses the surgical technique of microfollicular hair grafting for male pattern baldness.

Q. What is the difference between Cosmetic Surgery and Plastic Surgery?

Cosmetic surgery is surgery to improve appearance - Aesthetic surgery is another name for cosmetic surgery. It comes from the Greek word for beauty.

Plastic surgery is surgery to change the shape or form of the surface and sometimes the deeper structures of the body. The word plastic comes from the Greek word for moulding. Plastic surgery includes cosmetic surgery, repair operations after burns and other injurie s, correction of inherited deformities, breast reconstruction after operations for breast cancer, and removal of skin tumours.

Plastic surgery also covers various reconstructive surgeries to repair damage caused by injuries or accidents. Like all surgeries, plastic surgery does carry certain risks, and it is important for you to research and find a qualified plastic surgeon to discuss your surgery options

Q. Does health insurance typically cover plastic surgery ?

Health insurance will generally cover plastic surgery if it is performed on a medical basis such as reconstructive surgery, i.e breast reconstruction following mastectomy. It does not usually cover any cosmetic surgical procedures or operations if it is purely for self enhancement. However it is always advisable before considering any surgery or making a claim to check your policy terms and conditions with your medical provider.

Q. What are the risk of Cosmetic Surgery?

As with any other medical procedures possibility of complicationalways exist, but problemes associateed with cosmetic surgery tend to be relatively minor and temporary, if operation is performed by skilled cosmetic and Plastic surgeon

Q. What is the recovery of plastic surgery like?

Every patient heals differently and the healing process will depend on the type of surgery undertaken. To enjoy the benefits of the surgery we would recommend our patients listen to their consultants advice on recovery and recuperation

Q. What are average physician/surgeon fees for cosmetic surgeryprocedures?

Cosmetic surgery costs can vary widely from surgeon to surgeon and from one city or area to another. You should ask your plastic surgeon what the fee he/she quotes includes; is it only his or her surgeon's fee.

Q. Is Cosmetic Surgery very expensive?

Another most important FAQ about cosmetic surgery is regarding its expenses. The surgery is not very expensive its expenses varies in different institutions, the infrastructure required for a particular surgery, material used, nature of the procedure, anesthesia and the operating surgeon. As compared to other countries in West, cosmetic surgery in India is very cost effective. The world class healthcare facilities and presence of best practitioners makes the surgery easily available with no waiting period. In comparison to other medical super specialties, a routine plastic surgery requires minimal instrumentation and infrastructure but also high standards of innovative surgical skills.

Q. Are you Considering Cosmetic Surgery?

If you are considering cosmetic surgery it is vital you take the time to research your options and examine your reasons carefully.

We are constantly making choices throughout our lives about the way we look and how we feel about ourselves. What was considered to be exclusively for the very wealthy has become more available to society today as a whole. With so many more options available to you it is imperative that you take the time to consider them all.

It is also very important to make sure you are having surgery for yourself and not to please somebody else. You must make sure your expectations are realistic. Whilst perhaps a new bust will give your confidence a boost it will not guarantee a career as a model. However, many people find that cosmetic surgery is beneficial. So before you decide as to whether plastic or cosmetic surgery is right for you have to think carefully about your own expectations and remember some surgeons may refuse to operate if they feel that a person has unrealistic expectations.

At our Centre you can feel reassured that our standards of care and our facilities are of the highest quality. Our consultants are fully accredited and are on the specialist register of the Association of plastic surgeons of india and are supported by our team of anaesthetists all of whom are fully qualified and experienced. Our dedicated nursing teams and Resident Medical Officers are on duty 24 hours a day, providing care within a friendly and comfortable environment.

Patients should also remember that everyone is unique and some may take longer to heal than others. Some patients from ethnic backgrounds for example are more prone to scarring than others. Whilst some patients have a high pain threshold others may experience pain more readily. Cosmetic surgery will always be unique to every patient that is why it is so important to have a thorough initial consultation and we would encourage our patients to see their consultant once more before a date for cosmetic surgery is agreed.

If you would like a consultation please telephone our helpline or complete the contact form. A consultation does not commit you in anyway to having cosmetic surgery. Once you have had your consultation and your consultant has explained the options available to you and has accepted you as a patient then we would be happy to discuss convenient dates for your cosmetic surgery if you wish to proceed.