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
RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY
 
CONGENITAL DEFORMITIES
 
Congenital deformities include a broad range of physical abnormalities existing from birth, although some may not manifest until later in life. The most common are craniofacial deformities, such as cleft lip or palate. The impacts of congenital deformities can be primary, such as delays in the development of motor and language skills, or secondary, such as social ostracism and low self-esteem. Surgical procedures may help with many of the physical abnormalities, although these can involve multiple surgeries and may cause more stress for the child and family members. Congenital abnormalities are best thought of as chronic illnesses; multidisciplinary, as well as psychosocial, interventions at the individual, family, and community levels are usually recommended.
 
Vascular Malformations
   
Before Surgery
After Surgery
 
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