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
 
OTOPLASTY (Ear Surgery)
 

The normal ear lies at an angle of 15 degrees from the head and ears that stand out at a greater angle may be considered to be prominent. In the new born 'bat ears' may be corrected by gentle taping of the ears to the side of the head or the wearing of a 'cradle cap'. If the problem remains uncorrected after infancy, correction may only be achieved by operation. However, as the ears continue to grow until the age of seven years, the operations may not be considered until then.

Surgery for stretched ear lobe holes is commonly done under local anaesthesia.

 
Before Surgery
After Surgery
 
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