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*Disclaimer: Plastic & Cosmetic Surgery Results Can Vary Significantly Between Patients. In terms of results and expectations, there are numerous variables with every patient, each surgery and every recovery and healing period.

Injectable Fillers*

Facial Volume/Filler Injection Filler injections are customized for every patient, depending on his or her particular needs.  These can be performed in areas involving the face and eyelid region, forehead, and lips.  Fillers cannot stop the process of aging.  They can however, temporarily diminish the look of wrinkles and soft tissue depressions. Filler injections may…

Botulina Toxins*

Botulinum Toxin often known as Botox produced from specific bacteria commonly known as Clostridium botulinum. This toxin is made sterile to use for specific therapeutic reasons. This is diluted with normal saline and injected into several areas of the face and neck where muscles weakness or paralysis can bring clinical and aesthetic improvement. The duration…

Scar Revision*

Plastic surgeons frequently performed scar revision procedure. Certain diseases, injuries and surgeries can result in prominent scarring. Every surgery leaves some scar and it is often hard to get rid of these prominent scars but with cosmetic suturing and post surgery care this appearance can be improved. Every Plastic surgeon has it own preferences but…

Skin Graft/Flap*

Skin Graft Surgery Plastic surgeons frequently perform the skin graft surgery. Skin graft surgery is done by taking a skin from an area of the body to bring back skin coverage in other areas. Skin grafting helps heal the wounds that will not heal sufficiently. Skin grafts are of great use in situations where there…

Skin Excision*

Skin Cancer Surgery Plastic surgeons frequently perform the surgical removal of skin cancer. Surgery is the treatment of choice to remove the skin cancer because they will not go spontaneously. There are various techniques to remove skin cancer. The moment the skin cancer has been removed, there will be an open wound that requires closure…