Plastic Surgery



  • Breast Reconstruction

    Breast Reconstruction

    Breast cancer is generally malignant (spreads to other body parts), usually begins in the lobules (milk-producing glands) or ducts (milk-draining passages extending from the lobules to the nipple) and can sometimes occur in the fatty and fibrous breast tissues.

  • Breast Reduction

    Breast Reduction

    Breast reduction, also known as reduction mammoplasty, is a surgical procedure employed to remove excess fat, tissue and skin from the breasts. It is indicated to reduce the size and volume of large, heavy and drooping breasts.

  • Tuberous Breast Correction

    Tuberous Breast Correction

    Tuberous breasts are development deformities that make the breasts look like an elongated tube. As opposed to the normal mound shape (broad at the base and tapering towards the tip), tuberous breasts are constricted at the base, and long and narrow towards the tip.

  • Areola Reduction

    Areola Reduction

    Areola reduction is a surgery to decrease the size of the areola. The areola is the dark colored area surrounding the nipples.

  • Nipple Reduction

    Nipple Reduction

    Nipple reduction is a surgery to decrease the size of the nipples. It can be performed in both men and women, usually along with other cosmetic corrections such as breast augmentations, breast lift and areola reduction.

  • Male Breast Reduction (Gynecomastia)

    Male Breast Reduction (Gynecomastia)

    Male gynecomastia is an abnormal condition characterized by breast enlargement in males. Occasionally they may also secrete milk. This condition may also be seen in neonates, adolescents and elderly individuals, as a part of physiological changes.

  • Implant Removal or Replacement

    Implant Removal or Replacement

    Breast implants are artificial shells made of rubber, filled with sterile saline or silicone gel which are surgically implanted below the breast tissue for cosmetic purposes - to augment the shape and size of the breasts, for breast reconstruction or to rectify a birth defect.

  • Breast Implants

    Breast Implants

    Breasts consist of milk ducts and glands that produce milk during pregnancy; enclosed in a thick layer of fatty tissue. The breasts overlie the muscles of the chest. Advancing age may cause the breasts to droop or sag.





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