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  1. Abdominoplasty
  2. Blepharoplasty
  3. Breast Augmentation
  4. Breast Lift
  5. Breast Reduction
  6. Brow Lift
  7. Face Lift
  8. Facial Implants
  9. Forehead Lift
  10. Gynecomastia
  11. Liposuction
  12. Otoplasty
  13. Rhinoplasty - Augmentation
  14. Thigh Lift


  1. Botox
  2. Pigment Specific Laser Treatment
  3. Vascular Specific Laser Treatment
  4. Carbon Dioxide Laser Treatment
  5. Chemical Peel
  6. Filler Injections
  7. Non-ablative Laser Treatment
  8. Sclerotherapy
  9. Thermage
  10. Dermabrasion
  11. Microdermabrasion
  12. Cellulite Treatment
  13. Facials
  14. Photorejuvenation
  15. Peels

The dermatologic conditions listed below may be treated by any one of the dermatologic procedures above

  1. Birthmark
  2. Acne Treatment
  3. Pigmented Lesions
  4. Nail Avulsion
  5. Scars
  6. Skin Biopsies
  7. Unsightly Leg Veins
  8. Unwanted Hair
  9. Cellulite
  10. Unwanted Tattoos
  11. Wrinkles
  12. Skin lesions, Moles, Skin Cancer
  13. Vascular Lesions


  1. Breast Reconstruction
  2. Nipple Reconstruction
  3. Facial Bone Reconstruction
  4. Hand Surgery
  5. Maxillofacial Reconstruction Procedure
  6. Post Cancer Reconstruction



1.  Abdominoplasty
Abdominoplasty or more commonly known as “tummy tuck” is an operation that is designed to remove excess skin from the abdomen, at the same time tightening the abdominal muscles. It is recommended in cases where there is laxity of the abdomen resulting in bulging due to abnormal stretching of the abdominal muscles and skin. Unlike liposuction surgery, which just removes fat, this operation involves removal of skin and fat, with tightening of the abdominal muscles. For this reason, it is more extensive than liposuction. The actual extent of surgery will depend on the amount of excess skin and the laxity of the abdominal muscles.

Prior to tummy tuck surgery, the amount of skin that is to be removed is carefully marked. The operation is usually carried out under general anesthesia. An incision is made in the bikini line and the excess skin is pulled down and inward, and is removed along with underlying fatty tissue. The muscles are tightened as required, the skin is carefully redraped and the incision closed with several layers of suture.

Where correction is isolated to the area below the navel, a limited or mini tummy tuck with a shorter incision at the pubic bone may be recommended.
Liposuction may be performed with a mini tummy tuck where excess fat is the only factor.

Your results

Swelling should subside and initial results may appear in 2-4 weeks. Final results could appear in 8 weeks.

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2.  Blepharoplasty
Cosmetic eyelid surgery, called blepharoplasty, is a surgical procedure to improve the appearance of the upper eyelids, lower eyelids, or both, restoring firmness to the area surrounding the eyes and making you look more rested and alert.
Specifically, eyelid surgery can treat:

  • Loose or sagging skin that creates folds or hides the natural contour of the upper eyelid
  • Excess skin that hangs down from the upper eyelid, sometimes impairing vision
  • Excess fatty deposits that appear as puffiness in the upper eyelids
  • Bags under the eyes
  • Droopiness of the lower eyelids, showing white below the iris
  • Excess skin and fine wrinkles of the lower eyelid


An incision within the natural crease of the upper eyelid allows access to remove excess skin, muscle and underlying fatty tissue. Using an incision inside the lower eyelid, fat is removed or redistributed and muscle modified to correct a baggy lower eyelid.

An incision just below the lower lash line allows excess skin to be removed. Laser resurfacing may be used to smooth lower lid skin.

Your results

Bruising should subside in 5-10 days and swelling should subside in 2-4 weeks. Final results may appear in 1-2 months.

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3.  Breast Augmentation

Breast size is important to many women for a variety of reasons. If you are dissatisfied with your breast size, augmentation surgery is a choice to consider. Breast augmentation can:

  • Increase fullness and projection of your breasts
  • Improve the balance of your figure
  • Enhance your self-image and self confidence

Also known as augmentation mammaplasty, the procedure involves using implants to fulfill your desire for fuller breasts or to restore breast volume lost after weight reduction or pregnancy. Implants also may be used to reconstruct a breast after mastectomy or injury.


Common incision locations include the breast crease, in the underarm, or around the areola (pigmented skin surrounding the nipple).

Placement of implants beneath the chest wall muscle or directly behind breast tissue using pre-filled implants or implants filled during surgery creates desired volume.
Generally performed as an outpatient procedure under local anesthesia with sedation; general anesthesia may be recommended.

Your results

Immediate. Swelling should subside in 2-4 weeks.

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4.  Breast Lift

Also known as mastopexy, a breast lift raises and firms the breasts by removing excess skin and tightening the surrounding tissue to reshape and support the new breast contour. Sometimes the areola becomes enlarged over time, and a breast lift will reduce this as well.


Excess skin is surgically removed to raise the nipple and tighten the breast tissue. Incision patterns vary, depending on degree of excess skin and amount of lifting required as well as patient and surgeon preference.

Your results

Swelling should subside in 2-4 weeks. Breast shape may take 1-3 months to fully refine.

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5.  Breast Reduction

For some women, large breasts is not an asset and can actually cause problems in many aspects.  When they are larger than the usual standards of attractiveness in our society, the breasts are considered aesthetically displeasing. There can be a feeling of uncomfortable fullness, neck, back and shoulder pain.  These symptoms may contribute to limited performance in certain occupations and in sports. Finally, it can also be difficult to detect lumps or masses in large breasts making it hard to diagnose for breast cancer.

The goal of reduction mammoplasty is to reduce, recontour and reshape the breasts. The breasts are made smaller. The nipple is repositioned upward, and if indicated, reduced in size. Excess skin and breast tissue is removed from the lower and outer portions of the breast.

The surgeon will attempt to make the breasts as identical as possible, but in reality, breasts are not even and some asymmetry may remain. Furthermore, it is not possible to predict exactly how larger the breast will finally be after surgery. Healing results in some progressive change in breast size, since some swelling may be present for several months following surgery.


Incisions are made in the lower breast resulting in three scars: one around the nipple, which usually heals very nicely; a vertical incision from the nipple to beneath the breast, which remains visible; and finally, an incision in the fold beneath the breast. Breast tissue is sculpted using a combination of sharp dissection and occasional liposuction. The nipple remains attached to the deeper breast tissue. Care is taken to close these incisions as carefully as possible. Nevertheless, patients must realize that resultant scarring is as much a factor of tissue response as it is surgical skill, and occasionally wide scars can form despite a nice overall breast shape. Most often, with time, these scars do tend to blend into the normal skin, becoming less noticeable.

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