Track Categories

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Repair, restructuring, or treatment of physical deformities that affect the skin, musculoskeletal system, cranial and craniofacial structures, hand, limbs, breast, trunk, and external genitalia are the focus of plastic surgery, a surgical specialty. Procedures that enhance the appearance of both the face and body are referred to as Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. Abdominoplasty surgery, breast enhancement, breast reduction, blepharoplasty, nose realigning, facelift, and fat reduction are among them.

  • Face & Neck
  • Ear Surgery
  • Skin Rejuvenation and Resurfacing
  • Body Lifts
  • Aesthetic Genital Plastic Surgery

Plastic and Reconstructive surgery is applied to rectify the face and body defects caused by congenital anomalies, multiple injuries, illness, or growing older. The purpose of reconstructive plastic surgery is generally to enhance the body's ability. Reconstructive plastic surgery, on the other hand, can be used to restore a more natural appearance. Every year, approximately one million reconstructive surgery procedures are performed.

  • Breast Implant Removal
  • Orthognathic Surgery
  • Skin Cancer Removal
  • Panniculectomy
  • Gender Affirmation Surgeries

Aesthetic surgery is a developing clinical specialty that provides minimally invasive medical treatments to improve patients' fulfillment with their appearance. The procedures are elective and are conducted on good-health adult patients. The exciting field of Aesthetic Medicine is a new trend in modern medicine. Patients want to be in good health, but they also want to live their lives to the fullest, be fit, and lessen the consequences of normal aging.

  • Mesotherapy
  • Dermal fillers
  • Cosmeceutical and prescription skincare
  • Botulinum toxins
  • Aesthetic Dermatology
  • Advanced Aesthetic Modalities

Breast surgery is a surgery that is done on either a female or male's breast. Breast surgical techniques are classified into several types. Some of these are done for medical purposes, such as carcinoma, while others are done for cosmetic purposes. Breast surgery is required for medical reasons such as breast cancer, non-cancerous breast clots, and breast reduction surgery to relieve back pain. There are additional cosmeceutical motives, such as a desire to have a different breast size, aesthetic appeal, or structure.

  • Breast Augmentation
  • Breast Lift
  • Breast Reduction
  • Breast Reconstruction
  • Male Breast Reduction for Gynecomastia

Cosmetic surgery is a distinct medical specialty that aims to improve the appearance of a person through surgical and medicinal treatments. All parts of the face, chest, and body can be treated with cosmetic surgery. Cosmetic procedures are optional because treated parts function normally but lack aesthetic appeal. Cosmetic plastic surgery is performed to alter one's look. For some, it might entail changing the body's shape and appearance, eradicating bald spots or minimizing wrinkles.

  • Forehead lift
  • Thigh lift
  • Cellulite removal
  • Peeling agent
  • Plumping, as well as collagen or fat injections (facial rejuvenation)
  • Skin rejuvenation with lasers

Dermatology is the studying, analysis, evaluation, and treatment of whatever disease affects the skin, scalp, nails, and surfaces. A dermatologist is a medical specialist who specializes in this field. Dermatologists are highly skilled medical doctors and skin surgeons with the knowledge and experience to provide the finest possible treatment for the organ that caters to individuals.

  • Dermatologic Cosmetic Surgery
  • Immunotherapy
  • Phototherapy
  • Laser Therapy
  • Radiotherapy
  • Photodynamic Therapy

Facial surgery involves the reshaping of structures in the face and neck, most notably the nose, ears, jawline, bone structure, and neckline which comes under otolaryngology. Individuals who seek this surgical procedure may be motivated by a desire to rebuild the face after an injury or disease, or to begin changing a feature that has existed since birth.

  • Eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty)
  • Face-lift (rhytidectomy)
  • Rhinoplasty
  • Otoplasty
  • Septoplasty

Orthoplastic surgery is the practice of treating complicated patients by combining the ideas and techniques of both Orthopedics and Plastic Surgery, either by a single practitioner or a collaborative team of specialists. The strengths including both orthopedic and plastic surgery are integrated in modern Orthoplastic surgery to address clinical issues for the benefit of patients. For individuals who have malignancy and extremity damage, this combination of orthoplastic techniques is appropriate for limb salvage.

  • Limb Salvage
  • Limb Restoration
  • Limb Lengthening
  • Complex Fracture Care
  • Hand Transplant

A highly specialized area of ophthalmology called ophthalmic plastic surgery treats tumors, abnormalities, and aesthetic issues affecting the structures surrounding the eye. The practice of performing aesthetic surgeries on the facial and ocular tissues is known as ophthalmic plastic surgery. Since such surgery could impair one's ability to see, ophthalmic plastic surgeons are best qualified to do these sensitive treatments and provide any care that the eye itself may require.

Oral and maxillofacial surgery is a unique medical and dental specialty that involves the diagnostic, treatment, and supportive treatment of chronic, wounds, and deformities affecting the both hard and soft tissues of the oral and maxillofacial zone on a cosmetic and functional level.

  • Oral Medicine
  • Craniofacial Trauma
  • Orthognathic surgery
  • Treat oral diseases
  • temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders

Plastic surgery includes liposuction. It eliminates undesired extra fat to enhance the appearance of the body and to even out asymmetrical body forms. Body contouring is another term for surgery.  The reshaping of the jaw, neck, cheeks, arms, breasts, bellies, hips, thighs, knees, ankles, and foot areas may benefit from liposuction.

  • Tumescent liposuction
  • Ultrasound-assisted liposuction
  • Power Assisted Liposuction
  • Laser Assisted Lipolysis

Plastic surgery is a highly specialized type of surgery that is classified into reconstructive and aesthetic surgical treatments to fulfill these primary objectives. The rejuvenating or rehabilitative stage is typically the most important since it frequently determines or influences the outcome of surgery. Plastic surgery physiotherapists cure and rehabilitate individuals including both non-surgical and surgical disorders. A physiotherapist is involved in many aspects of promoting health, teaching, and self-care. Prior to surgery, physiotherapy and exercise physiology help to improve strength, range of motion, and cardiac health.

  • Surgery and Rehabilitation
  • Post-Cosmetic Surgery Rehabilitation
  • Pain management
  • manual therapy
  • Postural education

Pediatric plastic surgery is a surgical subspecialty focused on the reconstructive and aesthetic improvement of a child's appearance, with the aim of regaining features and enhancing life quality for children who have malfunctions, whether congenital or obtained as a result of a disease or tragic experience.

  • Pediatric hand surgery
  • Spinal anomalies
  • Cleft Lip and Palate
  • Cleidocranial Dysplasia (CCD)
  • Genitourinary reconstruction
  • Jaw surgeries

Hair transplantation entails extracting small punch grafts from the hair-bearing scalp or a bigger portion of the hair-bearing scalp from a donor area and cutting it into tiny chunks to utilize as transplants. These grafts are then transplanted to a bald or thinning region of the scalp. The grafts made in this manner differ in shape and form. Scalp reduction is suitable for treating bald spots on the front and rear of the head. These areas are typically bordered by skin and hair. To obtain comprehensive covering, physicians may combine scalp reduction and hair transplants.

  • Tissue Expansion
  • Flap Surgery
  • Scalp Reduction

Cosmetic dentistry is a dental operation. Aesthetic dentistry is concerned with enhancing the appearance and aesthetics of your smile. Teeth whitening, tooth bonding, and inlays are all prevalent aesthetic dental procedures.

  • Teeth whitening
  • Dental bonding
  • Porcelain veneers
  • Implants
  • Tooth contouring
  • Gum contouring

Bariatric surgery is performed to assist you in losing excessive fat and lowering the chance of developing possibly existing weight-related health problems. There are numerous drugs, equipment, and operations available to assist you in losing weight. Obesity-related health issues include diabetes type 2, arthritis, cardiovascular disease, and chronic obstructive sleeping apnea.

  • Adjustable Gastric Banding
  • Sleeve gastrectomy
  • Biliopancreatic diversion
  • Vertical sleeve gastrectomy 

The primary goal of reconstructive surgery is to realign the hand for useful function. Hand surgery is one of the top five procedures performed as part of reconstructive treatment. If your hands are affected in any way, surgery may help you. This highly specialized surgery can address disorders that cause discomfort and affect your wrist and finger strength, functionality, and mobility. Hands trauma includes a variety of issues such as complications, lacerations, nerve damage, and fracturing.


Any technique that penetrates the skin, generally with an incision, is considered invasive surgery. One way to look at it is that if the technique leaves a scar, it is considered invasive surgery. Invasive techniques often produce longer-lasting and more visible results than noninvasive procedures. Noninvasive techniques have grown in popularity in recent years for a variety of reasons. Apparently, such operations leave no scars.

Cosmetic gynecology, which comprises experts in gynecology, urogynecology, urology, and plastic surgery, is among the fastest-expanding subspecialties of cosmetic procedures for women. This subspecialty encompasses both cosmetic surgeries to improve the visual appearance of the vaginal areas and operational vaginal restorations to improve or aid restore sexual function following alterations caused by pregnancy or growing older.

Cosmetic and aesthetic nursing is a rising specialty, with much more individuals seeking cosmetic surgeries boosting the need for these specialized nurses. These nurses are vital in assisting patients in achieving their aesthetic goals while also providing exceptional assistance and care during the surgery process. These nurses collaborate with plastic surgeons as well as other healthcare experts to assist patients to attain the physical look they seek.


Plastic surgery has taken on a new look thanks to technological advancements. Plastic surgery has been effective in giving the body the desired form and appearance by employing the appropriate suture material and adequate planning of incisions so that they match the natural skin fold. As delicate surgery is performed using modern instruments and techniques, technology has been an important factor in the success of plastic surgery.

Plastic surgery risks are more likely in some persons than others, as with all medical procedures. In particular, those who smoke, are elderly, or are grossly overweight are more likely to have problems. Both physical and mental side effects might result from plastic surgery. Common side effects include hematoma, bruising, loss of blood, nerve damage, infections, thrombosis of deep veins, and seroma. Consequences from plastic surgery are low overall. Less than 1% of outpatient procedures experience problems, according to a 2018 assessment of more than 25,000 cases.


Microvascular surgery, often known as microsurgery, is a surgical procedure for connecting or restoring the damaged nerves and serum vessels following reconstruction surgery. Reconstructive surgery improves blood circulation to recover the function of the body parts. Microvascular surgery is utilized to reconnect damaged fingers, hands, limbs, as well as other body parts.


Craniofacial Surgery is a surgical subspecialty concerned with the treatment of malformations of the skull and its accompanying elements, such as the head and face regions. Craniofacial surgery encompasses every surgical operation that includes modifying the bones of the skull, facial asymmetry, and jawline.

  • Facial reanimation
  • Distraction osteogenesis
  • Cleft lip and palate surgery
  • Craniosynostosis surgery

Plastic surgery may be a possibility when you have a serious wound, like a burnt, that has restricted your movement, results in a loss of sensibility, or is unsightly visually. The patient's mental and physical care is the most challenging aspect of burnt recovery.

  • Skin grafts
  • Microsurgery
  • Tissue expansion
  • Free flap procedure

Surgery to change a person's gender, often known as gender reassignment surgery, is done to help people with gender identity disorder transition to their preferred gender. This alludes to methods that support individuals in making the shift to their self-identified gender. Alternatives for gender-affirming surgery may include face, upper, or bottom surgeries.