Beauty is not just skin deep, but goes beyond it. Every one of us desires to look good. Skin and hair are assets that if properly taken care of and groomed can be flaunted with pride.
More people are falling prey to obesity, while an equal if not more people are also realising the detrimental effect it has on their health and how obesity spoils their appearance. In spite of latest fitness regimes and ab crunching equipments, some are not able to reduce the excess flab. This is where GR Fertility Centre & Women's Hospital - Helping You Create Your Generation is ready to assist you achieve your dream look with- ‘Lose Weight & get back your shape’ with India’s most advanced fat reduction Liposuction machine. Liposuction, also called lipoplasty, liposculpture suction lipectomy, or lipo, is a type of cosmetic surgery which breaks up and "sucks" fat from various possible parts of the body, Depending on the type of liposuction you are undergoing,
In medical terms, Abdominplasty is the word for a tummy tuck. It involves cutting the stomach below the panty line, removing fat and trimming all excess skin. Result – flat abs with a few hitches : A tummy tuck has to be performed under general anesthesia, The incision scar remains, our navel will have to be repositioned.
The results in a job well done, are marvellous. A perfect surgeon is needed for bodies to shape up well after all that extra blubber has been removed and skin tightened.
One or more procedures may be recommended to achieve your goals for a more youthful, contoured body. Body contouring goals may be achieved in one surgical session or may be more safely performed in stages depending on your overall health, the type and extent of procedures being considered along with the outcome from discussions and recommendations by your plastic surgeon during the consultation process. Improvements to your body’s shape and overall image may be achieved by reducing excess fat and/or sagging skin and tissue.
Small breasts are a documented cause for loss of self esteem in many women the world over. The “I feel less of a woman” feeling haunts them most of the times. The possibility of breast augmentation or in other words, increasing their breast size through various medical procedures has boosted the confidence of these women manifolds.
Breast augmentation can be achieved by any of the given two procedures: (i) Breast Implants. (ii) Autologous Fat Grafting or Fat Fill.
For a woman, her breasts form an integral part of her personality, her beauty. And when they sag, she begins feeling old, sometimes even before her time. Breasts, however, sag due to many reasons: childbirth, wrong posture when breastfeeding, age, genes, and weight fluctuations thanks to yoyo dieting. Earlier it was believed that once the breasts sag, nothing can be done about it. sagging breasts can be lifted by a cosmetic surgery procedure known as Mastopexy. The results of your breast lift surgery are immediately visible. Over time, post-surgical swelling will resolve and incision lines will fade.
Mild to severe enlargement of breasts in many women result from over development of milk glands or of fat tissue or a combination of both. Heavy breasts often affect routine activities, reduce exercising capacity, cause chronic pain (neck, back, shoulder, chest etc.), breathing difficulty, sleep disturbances, affect posture etc. In addition, enlarged breast result in sagging due to gravity, making it aesthetically unappealing and uncomfortable.
Breast skin volume is permanent and cannot be reversed with weight loss. Non – surgical options provide minimal relief and not a permanent solution.
You may have had or are about to have a mastectomy, either because you’ve been diagnosed with breast cancer or are at very high risk of developing it in the future. If so, your doctor may have told you about options to rebuild your breast or breasts — a surgery called breast reconstruction.Typically, breast reconstruction takes place during or soon after mastectomy, and in some cases, lumpectomy. Breast reconstruction also can be done many months or even years after mastectomy or lumpectomy. During reconstruction, a plastic surgeon creates a breast shape using an artificial implant (implant reconstruction), a flap of tissue from another place on your body (autologous reconstruction), or both.