PROCEDURES & GALLERY
   
PROCEDURES IN PLASTIC SURGERY
 
Reconstructive Surgery
Trauma
 
Upper Limb
Lower Limb
Facio-Maxillary
Cancer
Vasectomy Reversal

Burns & Post Burn Deformities

Congenital Deformities
 
Cleft Lip
Cleft Palate
Encephalocele
Congenital Ptosis

Constriction Bands

Syndactyly

Vascular Malformations  

Breast Hypoplasia

 

Cosmetic Surgery

Abdominoplasty (Tummy Tuck)

Breast Augmentation
Breast Reduction
Breast Lift
Blepharoplasty (Eyelid Surgery)
Face Lift
Hair Transplantation
Male Breast Surgery (Gynecomastia)
Otoplasty (Ear Surgery)

Vitilligo

Keloids
Liposuction
Rhinoplasty
Dimple creation surgery
Lip Reduction
COSMETIC SURGERY
 
LIP - REDUCTION
 
After using the agreed upon anesthesia to numb the area, your surgeon makes an incision the length of your lip, usually along the inside of your mouth. He or she will then remove a strip of lip tissue and suture the incision closed. This will thin your lip and pull it inward, making it less full. Both lips can be done at once.Your lips and mouth may feel tight and tender as the anesthesia wears off. You may experience mild to moderate pain during the first few days after your surgery. Your prescribed painkillers should help alleviate any discomfort. Eating may be challenging after your lip reduction procedure. You may be instructed to rinse with an antiseptic mouthwash several times a day.
 

Before Surgery
 
After Surgery
 
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