If you feel your breast size is small and/or drooping & wish that your breasts were larger and fuller, then breast augmentation surgery may be the right choice for you. Breast augmentation (augmentation mammoplasty) is a surgical procedure to enhance the size and shape of a woman’s breast.
For much of human history, the aesthetics of the female breast defined the female body form. Today, as the society becomes more image conscious, patients find it difficult to cope when subjected to mastectomy or removal of the breast for cancer. Fortunately, with progress in surgery, it is now possible to offer breast conserving surgeries to the majority of patients (with equal cure rates) as well as offer complete reconstruction of the breast when mastectomy is indicated.
The eyes are the “window to our soul”. This is the part of the human face that allows us to express our emotions, to make eye-contact and in some cultures to express our personalities. The importance of the eyelid in female aesthetics is reflected by the vast array of cosmetic enhancing products available for beautifying the eyelids.
Some of the most visible signs of aging first appear on the face. You may feel that the face you see in the mirror doesn’t reflect the way you feel about yourself. If you would like to look as good as you feel …a facelift can make your face appear firmer, fresher and younger.
Many men suffer from a condition known as gynaecomastia, or ‘feminisation’ of the male breast. In this condition extra fat and breast tissue accumulate in the chest area, giving the male an unnatural feminine fullness to their chest. Gynaecomastia can occur secondarily as a result of several medical conditions or certain drugs.
This is a procedure designed to elevate a hanging double chin & provide a pleasing silhouette of the chin & lower face. It is commonly performed with facelift to enhance the shape of the lower face & neck. Occasionally some patients may request an isolated neck lift too.
Nipples come in a variety of shapes and sizes. The most common complaint is a nipple that is inverted or non-protruding. Alternatively, the areola, the pigmented region around the nipple may be too large for the breast. Some, such as those that are undergoing breast reconstruction, have lost their nipple altogether and need a new one created.
Surgery performed to improve appearance of an existing scar. Scars can be made to look less prominent, or hidden in natural crease lines to make them look less perceptible. Contrary to media reports, scars cannot be completely eradicated except in the rarest of circumstances.