1. Blepharoplasty (Eyelid Surgery)

Eyelid surgery is a simple surgical procedure that typically lasts less than an hour and helps restore a youthful appearance to the area around the eyes. Depending on the indication, eyelid surgery can address one, two or all four eyelids. Eyelid surgery is performed for under eye bags, excessive wrinkling or dark circles around the eyes and even for fat deposits called Xanthelasmas.

2. Nose Surgery or Rhinoplasty

The nose is the most prominent and central feature on the face. However, not everyone likes their natural nose. Common concerns include parrot beak deformity of the nose, crooked nose, depressed bridge of the nose, over hanging tip of the nose, wide nostrils and deviated septum of the nose. Rhinoplasty is usually performed under general anesthesia and lasts close to two hours on an average. A detailed assessment and discussion precedes the surgery to help the individual understand what they can expect from the surgery and whether the concern can be expressed completely or only partially.

3. Ear surgery and Ear lobe repair

Common reasons for opting for ear surgery are bat ears, microtia (small ears or deficient ears)and asymmetrical ears. Ear lobe repair is another common concern that can be easily addressed under local anesthesia. Ear surgery can be performed to reduce the size of the ear or make the shape even by grafting cartilage from other areas of the body to give a more uniform and proportionate appearance. While some surgeries can be conducted under local anesthesia, others may require general anesthesia or sedation.

4. Gynecomastia

It is a condition of over-developed or enlarged breasts in men that can occur at any stage of age. This condition can be due to result of hormonal changes, heredity, obesity, or the use of certain drugs. Gynecomastia can affect the emotional discomfort and impair the self confidence of the patience. Some men may even keep away from certain physical activities and closeness simply to hide their condition. Gynecomastia is characterized by:

  • Excess localized fat at the men breast area.
  • Excess glandular tissue development
  • Sometimes excess breast skin
  • Presence unilaterally (one breast) or bilaterally (both breasts)