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Cosmetic Surgery

Cosmetic Surgery


There are two types of liposuction, a surgical procedure that suctions fat from specific areas of the body to provide a slimmer and shapelier silhouette.

In tumescent liposuction, the most popular type, a solution of saline, a drug to constrict blood vessels and a numbing agent are infused into the area to be treated. This liquid, along with fat, is suctioned out of the body using small hollow metal instruments called cannulas. The infusion of liquid can cause short term fluid retention that diminishes over the next few days.

In Ultrasonic-Assisted Liposuction (UAL), the cannula releases ultrasonic energy to melt fat so that it can be suctioned out of the body. UAL has more risks than tumescent liposuction, including the risk of internal and external burns and a lengthier surgery.

Breast Augmentation

The surgical enlargement of women’s breasts has become enormously popular with over 350,000 procedures done every year in America.

Surgery is done for many reasons, to enlarge both breasts, to replace a breast that is absent or to make asymmetrical breasts equal in size. Other women opt for surgery when their breasts do not develop during puberty, a condition called congenital micromastia.

Silicone implants, once banned as a health risk, are increasing in popularity. Almost twenty percent of women choose a silicone implant over saline, citing the more realistic feel of silicone


Eye lid reshaping surgery is can be done for cosmetic reasons or to improve vision in patients where the eyelids obstruct vision. Too much skin or sagging skin can cause vision to be impaired and contributes to the appearance of aging


Commonly known as a tummy tuck or a lower body lift, abdominoplasty removes excess skin from the abdominal area and tightens the skin that remains.

This surgery is growing in popularity, primarily among women who have excess skin after being pregnant or after losing significant weight after bariatric surgery. The ideal candidate does not have excess fat deposits in the abdomen to remove but too much skin hanging from the abdomen.

Breast Reduction

A woman’s breast reduction surgery is one of the few plastic surgeries that insurance does pay for routinely, as the benefits go far beyond an improved appearance.

Women with very heavy or overly large breasts often have difficulty finding clothing that fits, experience chronic back pain and poor posture. Ideally, the surgery to reduce both the size and weight of the breasts will relieve back pain and improve posture.

The surgery is a permanent solution to having disproportionate breasts and most patients return to work within two weeks.

Breast Procedures

  • Breast Implants
  • Breast Reduction
  • Breast Lift
  • Breast shape up after Pregnancy
  • Breast shape up after bariatrics
  • Breast asymmetry
  • Breast tissue expanders
  • Breast reconstruction
  • Breast rejuvenation
  • Male breast (gynaecomastia)

Body Contouring

  • Liposuction
  • Liposculpting
  • Fat injections
  • Tummy tuck (abdominoplasty)
  • Post pregnancy
  • Buttocks & calf
  • Brasilian butt
  • Fore arm & hand rejuvenation
  • Thighs
  • Sexual cosmetic procedures
  • Obesity
  • Bariatrics

Facial Treatments

  • Facial rejuvenation
  • Cheek implants
  • Chin augmentation
  • Ear shape up / pinning
  • Nose job (rhinoplasty)
  • Lip job
  • Face lift & mini lift
  • Brow lift
  • Profileplasty
  • Blepharoplasty
  • Scars over face
  • Neck lift

Non– Surgical Treatments

  • Non-surgical body contouring
  • Lasers – hair removal
  • Botox
  • Piercing
  • Keloids
  • Dimple creation
  • Eye lashes
  • Jaw line creation
  • Eye brow
  • Fillers of face
  • Acne & its scar treatment
  • Celebrity makeover
  • Tattoo removal
  • Page 3 procedures
  • Pre wedding beautification

Hair Solutions

  • Treatment of baldness
  • Lasers – hair removal
  • Hair care
  • Hair fall
  • Hair treatment
  • Hair system
  • Hair transplant
  • Mesotherapy for hair growth
  • Hair restoration