Cosmetic, plastic aesthetic & reconstruction surgery in India

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An article which explains plastic surgery used for cosmetic and aesthetic purpose.

Types of Cosmetic Surgery

Since the times of Shusrutha way back in 6th Century BC cosmetic surgery techniques were being developed in India. Many European surgeons visited India in order to understand surgical procedures being developed here. Shustrutha compiled his procedures and the instruments mentioned were used all over the World.

There was constant development taking place throughout the centuries in the field of plastic reconstructive surgeries. Modern cosmetic surgeries are being performed since 19th century onwards. The procedures in cosmetic surgeries are used for beautification by people who wish to look better. On the other hand reconstructive methods are used ti repair or reshape body parts impaired since birth or by accident.

Some of the procedures are used for for breast enlargement, liposuction, tummy tuck and nose reshaping. Breast augmentation, reduction and reshaping are most in demand by the celebrities and the trendy.

With modern surgical techniques the surgeries have become safer and more effective albeit the cost is very high. Almost all major towns have cosmetic plastic surgery clinics in India. These are very well equipped and the procedures are conducted by expert surgeons with years of experience.

The recourse to this surgery are sought for reconstruction and beautification hence it has become very popular. More and more body parts are being included in for changes that enable aesthetic purpose. There are many medical colleges that teach this discipline in India by offering degree and master courses.

The popularity has led to development of many products and accessories that assist in beautification. These are used during the procedures as well as by self under the advice of cosmetic surgeons.

Hair transplantation is also much sought after by the modern youth who are loosing hair due to lifestyle or hereditary effects The new method that is used is follicular hair transplant which is far more effective than the earlier methods. The use of laser has brought about a paradigm change as to how cosmetic plastic surgery is performed in India and elsewhere.

With greater advances in surgical techniques the field is going to grow globally. But those going in for cosmetic changes should know that there is an element of risk involved. There could be a procedural failure or after effects.


Aesthetic, Cosmetic, India, Plastic, Surgey

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author avatar Lady Aiyanna
16th Sep 2014 (#)

Priyanka Chopra, Shilpa Shetty, Rani Mukerjee, Sushmita Sen etc. are all surgery enhanced beauties. There are more and the list is endless. Seen facial reconstruction and others, some have cadaver transplants and skin growth transplants to live life again.
Cadaver transplants are more for bone mass requirements and tissue requirements based on blood types.
It is not always accepted within the body and the surgery may cause adverse reaction.
Well skin therapies are done by normal people in large numbers. Although I have never done them, I have had a cosmetic lip construction because of a childhood injury. It was a lifesaving requirement back then which was set right few years ago. Although it was a natural procedure of just releasing the gum tissue from the teeth area, which left me with a gap in my teeth because of it, I had to be sedated for the procedure and stitched under the lip.

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author avatar Pateluday
17th Sep 2014 (#)

Best Wishes Lady

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