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Cosmetic Surgery Agra

We undertake Cosmetic Surgery as a medical procedure to alter or restore the physical features or form of the body. Cosmetic surgery is the most well-known kind of plastic surgery and includes many types of reconstructive surgery, craniofacial surgery, surgery, microsurgery and the treatment of burns.


Liposuction (or Suction-Assisted Fat Removal Surgery) involves removal of unwanted fat from many different parts of the human body. It is a form of body contouring with attendant risks and is not an alternative for weight loss. The amount of fat removed is subjected to the choice of doctor, method and patient however the average amount of removal is typically less than 4 kg.
This surgery is particularly useful for the treatment of Double Chin, Gynaecomastia and abnormal fat on arms, thighs, hips, stomach and back.

  • You must be over 18 and in good general health.
  • You can be disqualified if you are a diabetic, or are suffering from any infection, heart or blood circulation issues.
  • The elderly people may be subjected to supplementary process (like abdominoplasty) after liposuction surgery because their skin is less elastic has lost it “tightness” to acquire the new shape.
Fast Facts about Liposuction-
  • Length of stay- 1 to 3 hours.
  • Length of Stay- 1 day.
  • Recovery- Normal Activity resumes in 7-14 days.

Tummy Tuck

Abdominoplasty or "tummy tuck" surgery is a cosmetic surgery procedure used to make the abdomen more firm and involves the removal of excess skin and fat from the middle and lower abdomen in order to tighten the muscle and fascia of the abdominal wall.
Recovery may take 1-3 weeks. Known complications include fluid or blood collection, scarring, areas of numbness, skin flap sloughing, adhesions (scar tissue).
Abdominoplasty can be combined with liposuction for other allied procedures like body contouring, breast reduction, breast lift, hysterectomy or other lower body lift procedures like thigh lift, buttock lift etc.
Brachiaplasty or Arm Lift
It is a procedure for removing loose skin from the arms that may have occurred due to age or significant weight loss. Although the looseness of arm is improved, this procedure leaves a permanent and noticeable scar on the inner side of the arm.
Thigh & Buttock Lift
Thigh and buttock lift are surgical procedures to remove excess skin and fatty tissues from the thighs and buttocks .

Breast Lift

A breast lift addresses multiple cosmetic and deformation issues like hanging breasts, uneven breast sizes, decreased breast volume and drooping nipples and stretched areolas, recreating a youthful shape and delivering a lift to your breasts. If there is too little or too much breast volume, a breast augmentation or breast reduction might be recommended in addition to a lift.
When to Consider a Breast Lift

  • If pregnancy, nursing, gravity, weight gain or loss, normal aging and heredity have taken a toll on the shape of your breasts.
  • If your surgeon thinks that breast implants alone are unlikely to achieve the contour you desire.
  • If the tissue surrounding the nipple or areola has become stretched.
How is a breast lift procedure performed?
A breast lift is performed under general anaesthesia or intravenous sedation and different techniques for removing breast skin and reshaping the breast affect the location of the incisions and resulting scars. They shall be best decided by your surgeon.
  • Your surgeon will remove excess breast skin and shift the nipple and areola to a higher position.
  • If your areola has become stretched, it shall be reduced in size.
  • Skin that was formerly located above the areola is brought down and together, beneath the breast, to reshape the breast.
  • Your surgeon will remove excess skin and close your incisions, tightening the skin, sewing the breast back together and placing sutures deep in the breast tissue to support the new breast position for a longer period of time.
  • Scars are usually hidden under the breasts, although some light scarring may be seen on top of the breast.
  • The nipples and areolas remain attached to underlying mounds of tissue, and this usually allows for the preservation of sensation and the ability to breast-feed.
  • It may be possible to avoid the horizontal incision beneath the breast as well as the vertical incision that runs from the bottom edge of the areola to the breast crease. If you are a good candidate for a modified technique, your plastic surgeon will discuss this with you.

Face Lift

Facelift surgery is the most appropriate cosmetic solution to those patients whose face and neck have begun to sag despite their skin still being elastic and their bone structure being well-defined.
As someone approaches forty years of age, his face starts to lose its sheen and elasticity. This process is often aggravated by unequal durations of exposure to the sun, hereditary factors and psychological stress of daily life among others. Facelifts can be performed successfully on older people who are in their early or late seventies if they do not have any major medical illness.
However, it is worth mentioning that facelift surgery would not stop the normal aging process- it would only diminish the visible signs of aging by taking out the extra fat from the face, tightening muscles and redressing the skin of face and neck. One may perform facelift surgery either as a standalone solution or in combination with other cosmetic procedures like Browlift or Rhinoplasty.
A facelift might make you look younger and fresher and thus boost your self-image, but it cannot give you a different look or restore the health and vitality of your youth. Thus it is always advisable to analyse and discuss your discussions with your surgeon before you decide to have surgery.
Fast Facts about Face-Lift:

  • Length of Surgery: 2.5 to 4 hours.
  • Anaesthesia: General or a mix of Local and IV sedation
  • Length of stay: 1 day
  • Recovery: Mild discomfort for first 24 to 48 hours, hair shampoo and bath after 48 hours, swelling & bruising gone in two weeks, positive results visible after 2-4 months.
  • Scars: Not noticeable, concealed in hair and facial skin creases. Scar behind ear may be most visible.

Eyelid Correction

Eyes are the most important part in our faces. It is the first thing that is noticed by others because of its contribution to body language, beauty and self-confidence of a person.
Loose skin above eyes around the eyes can diminish the quality and tone of your positive of your body language and confidence and as such, we have put in place a surgical process to rectify this issue and restore a better look. The most important part of this surgery is carried out without compromising on the normal functionality of the eyes.
Why and when to undergo this surgery?
Numerous factors like ageing, pollution, sleep patterns and dietary intakes are closely related to elasticity of our skin on and around the eyes. A consistent neglect of sleeping schedules (due to psychological stress and other reasons) also results in the formation of dark circles, or even, bags; though a slight lowering of the eyelids may also be due to hereditary reasons.
Often this procedure is done solely for aesthetic reasons but baggy eyelids can also cause physical discomfort, a constant tired feel of the eyes and may even lead to loss of sight.
Eyelid corrections can be performed upper and lower eyelids. You might be a perfect candidate for Eyelid Correction Surgery of the upper eyelids if you suffer from sad eyes, too small eyes, impaired eyesight or constantly tired eyes. Alternatively, Eyelid Correction Surgery of the lower eyelids will help you if you experience loose skin under the eyes, bags under the eyes or a wear a tired appearance.

Neck lift

A Neck Lift or Lower Rhytidectomy is an advanced surgical treatment that improves visible signs of aging in the jaw line and neck, and includes the treatment of the following:

  • Excess fat and skin relaxation within the lower face.
  • Double chin.
  • Loosening of neck skin.
  • Muscle banding in the neck.
There is a common misconception that one should undergo a complete facelift because one’s upper face is still pleasing. This can be answered by stating the fact that several patients can note excess wrinkling of their neck skin, a ‘turkey wattle phenomenon’, double chin and jowl lines.
When the neck space doesn’t match the higher facial appearance, a neck lift may be a good solution Rejuvenation procedures that may follow a Neck Lift Surgery are Brow Lift, Fat Transfer and Eyelid Surgery that address their concerned cosmetic issues to give you a more natural and rejunvated look.
Treatment Process:
1 - Anaesthesia: Sedative medications are administered to numb your pain (if any) during this surgical procedure. The choices available to you comprise of intravenous sedation and general anaesthesia, though the final call shall be taken by us regarding the best possible alternative for you.
2 - Incision Neck Lift can be performed as a traditional Neck Lift Incision or as a Limited Incision Neck Lift Incision. A traditional Neck Lift Incision often begins in the hairline, continues all around the ear and ends in the posterior hair. We can also remove unwanted fatty deposits by decentralizing it from jowls and neck.
3 - Closing the incisions Incision lines are closed with sutures and skin glue. Sutures may dissolve by themselves or may have to be removed after some days. Once cured, the incision lines from a neck lift are unobservable to naked eye as they are put within the hairline and in the natural contours of the ear.

Brow Lift

If there is a noticeable sagging eyebrow or if there are deep furrows, Brow Lift Surgery may just be the best possible surgical solution for you. This process is also known as Forehead Lift Surgery as this surgery removes excess skin of the forehead, thereby restoring its radiance and elasticity.
Sometimes it includes removal of a part of the forehead muscle because they form frown lines there. The result of this surgery removes forehead wrinkles and drooping brows, thus leading to a smoother brow and ultimately a more youthful expression.
In order to evaluate the best one for you, your surgeon will analyze a variety of facial factors before deciding a surgical option out of several available for a brow lift. This includes analysis of various factors concerning your bone structure, skin type, skin elasticity, skin texture and brow position. He may also recommend additional procedures like eyelid surgery or wrinkle treatments to supplement the base surgery.
The procedure
Those considering a brow lift should spend some time researching the risks and complications associated with the surgery. Though it is uncommon to find bad after-effects of this surgery, the risks may include infection, scars or loss of sensation.
Doctors will make every effort to make the incision so that the scar will be as inconspicuous as possible. Incisions can be placed at the hairline, behind the hairline or above the brow or in the mid- forehead. Your surgeon will help select the best technique suited to your particular situation.

Fat Grafting

This surgical process is used to enhance patient’s facial and physical features using fat collected from another area of the body.
Fat grafting is better known as fat transfer, fat injections and lipofilling procedures. It’s a medical surgery that involves using a person's own fat to fill in irregularities and grooves.
Aesthetic indications for undergoing lipofilling include sunken cheeks, the disappearance of fat from the cheekbones, deep grooves running from the nose to the corners of the mouth and the lines between the lower eyelids and the cheek.
It is also one of the most common methods used for lip enhancement because it smoothes out all types of irregularities, including those resulting from poorly performed liposuction surgeries or injuries.
The necessary fat is obtained by a limited liposculpture through one or several 3 to 5 mm incisions, normally taken from the abdomen or inner thigh. The aspirated fat is processed by centrifuging, filtering or rinsing, and is then injected where needed. The fat is evenly distributed into the area by injecting minute amounts in the tissues so that the injected fat is surrounded by healthy tissue.
Possible Side Effects:

  • Donor area: Bruising, swelling, tenderness up to 24 hours after drainage of anaesthetic liquid.
  • Treated area: Bruising, swelling (especially the lips if treated) and tenderness.
  • The operated areas will be rather swollen immediately after the operation, especially the lips if they have been treated. It is therefore important to use a cold pack and a compress in the first few hours to minimize the swelling.
    The swelling will gradually decrease the third day post surgery. After about a week to ten days, the patient can resume a normal social life.
    Patients should have a check-up with the surgeon after five to seven days and again three weeks later. By then most of the swelling will have subsided, but the correction may still look rather exaggerated. Surgeons usually over-correct and deliberately inject more fat than is actually needed because 25 to 30% of the transplanted fat cells do not survive.

    Scar surgery

    Scarring from surgical procedures or accidents can cause significant distress. The eventual quality of a scar reflects not only the way in which a wound is sutured but also the nature of the injury, complications such as infection in the healing phase and the individual genetic characteristics of the individual.
    Some scars which have not healed in an ideal fashion may be suitable for further treatment. This can take the form of surgical revision of the scar, though may rather involve treatment to the scar itself with injections or special dressings.

    Dimple creation

    A dimple is a natural defect in your facial muscles that causes your skin to connect with your deep facial muscles. As a result, the skin is pulled in when these muscles contract as you smile, creating the appearance of a dimple.
    Recent innovations in facial plastic surgery now make it possible to create this effect by performing a simple, straightforward surgical procedure.
    Dimple Creation Procedure:
    Dimple creation surgery is a quick, painless procedure that is performed on an outpatient basis. Dimples can be created on any type or size cheek, making just about everyone a candidate for the procedure. You have the ability to decide where you would like your dimples to be. But if you prefer, we will recommend the location on your cheek that will deliver the best aesthetic result.
    He will make a tiny incision on the inside of your cheek. Since an internal incision is used, there is no visible scarring after your procedure. An absorbable suture is tied at the incision location to create the dimple. Once the suture is absorbed and your cheek heals, the scar tissue between the inner skin and the underlying facial muscle will create a permanent dimple.
    Recovery after Dimple Creation Surgery:
    Recovery after dimple creation surgery is relatively minimal. You can start eating soft foods several hours after surgery and shall be able to resume normal activities the next morning. In most cases, you should be able to return to work one to two days after surgery.
    During the healing process, your new dimples may be visible at all times. However, after a few weeks, your dimples will only be present when you smile.


    This surgical process is carried out by a dermatological surgeon and is a cosmetic medical procedure to enhance appearance through controlled surgical wearing away (scraping). It is used in the treatment or removal of the following:

    1. Facial wrinkles
    2. Acne scars
    3. Dark spots
    4. Pox marks
    5. Age spots
    6. Skin lesions
    7. Accident caused scars
    8. Keratoses
    In Dermabrasion, an antiseptic first cleans the affected region. This is followed by the application of a spray on the skin to freeze it. The skin is then abraded using a speedy rotary instrument having a brush or abrasive wheel, creating a superficial wound and then the outer skin layers are removed to cure the skin surface irregularities. The wound is made in such a way as to get rid of the scar and to enable the development of fresh skin in the normal way.
    Dermabrasion is used to improve the look of facial skin left scarred by acne, accidents or previous surgery or to remove wrinkles on the face.
    It is a surgical procedure used to refinish skin so that any irregularities on the surface of the skin are removed. Dermabrasion involves removing the surface layers of skin using diamond bush. On the day of the procedure, dressings have to be applied on the areas.
    The operation may be done using general anaesthesia. After the procedure, skin may feel sensitive and tingly with some burning and swelling. The recovery takes about 10 days.

    Buttocks Lift

    This surgical process is used to improve the appearance of buttocks.
    Buttocks implants are also called gluteal implants as they improve the size and appearance of the buttocks by placing silicone implants under, in between or above the gluteal muscles to produce a cosmetic enhancement.
    The implant may need to be removed and/or replaced to treat problems including: implant rupture, formation of scar tissue around the implant (capsular contraction), which may cause the gluteus to feel tight or hard, bleeding, infection and implant misplacement.
    Patients are advised against sitting and thus they should lie face down or stand up most of the time for first 72 hours after surgery. After this period, they can start sitting down but putting their weight on the back of their thighs rather than on their gluteal area. We may also recommend special devices for sitting down for the first 10 to 15 days after surgery, however the patient should wear a tight garment on the gluteal area and refrain from doing any exercises or lift weight for several weeks that follow.
    The patient should not consume alcohol after surgery. Alcohol consumption may be resumed after three weeks. It also takes some time before the bruising and swelling subsides, and this period may well extend up to a few weeks.
    The effects are visible few weeks post surgery.

    Facial Implants

    This surgical process provides a more harmonious appearance to the face and can be used to enhance facial features to make them more attractive.
    Facial implants are solid, pre-shaped, three-dimensional objects used to improve the size and appearance of different facial parts like chin, jaw, nose, cheeks and beside the nose (paranasal). This surgical process provides a more harmonious appearance to the face.
    Depending on different contour changes, there are different types of implant materials and different shapes of implants used to achieve the desired results.
    The implant may need to be removed and/or replaced to treat problems including implant rupture, infection and implant misplacement. Implant rejection is also a probable risk though is extremely rare.
    The patient can return to work and normal activities within in few days. However, bruises and swelling usually take several weeks to disappear.
    Though the results are personalized and subjective, yet the results are essentially permanent. The overall effect is an enhancement of the deficient contours of the face with an improved appearance.

    Aesthetic Genital Surgery

    Genital surgery is used an umbrella term for operative procedures of genital area including those for aesthetic reasons and for avoiding discomfort from certain problems (like labia reduction).
    The most common form of genital surgery in women is labia correction, labia reduction, clitoral adjustment, liposculpture, areas close to the mons veneris and vaginaplasty (making the vagina appear younger). In men, the foremost common surgeries are the penis corrections and circumcision.
    When is genital surgery useful to you?
    If you feel discomfort from physical characteristics of your genitalia such as overlarge labia, excessive skin near the clitoris or penis, amalgamated fat near the mons veneris or the like, you could consider genital surgery.
    You could also opt for this surgery for aesthetic reasons. As an example, lipofilling shall correct the after-effects of ageing since fat from the labia majora is drained out. Excessive skin can be removed as well.
    Following are the risks associated with this surgery:

    1. Risks of general anaesthesia including allergic reaction, which may (rarely) be fatal
    2. Surgical risks such as bleeding or infection
    3. Scars that may be severe, raised, reddened and itchy
    4. Unevenness of labia
    5. Permanent colour change to the labia
    6. Nerve damage to the labia or penis, including permanent loss of sensation
    7. Irregular shape to the penis following fat transfer
    8. Impotence
    9. Tissue death along the wound or skin loss
    Depending on patient and the surgery chosen, it usually takes six weeks from the date of surgery to heal completely.