PLASTIC SURGERY SERVICES

FACIAL AESTHETIC PROCEDURES

B. Toxin is a natural purified protein. A toxin which is used to block nerve impulses and temporarily paralyse muscles that cause wrinkles. 

DOUBLE EYELID SURGERY

About 50% of Asians do not have a double fold. The presence of a double fold will give the perception of a bigger and more attractive eye.

RHINOPLASTY

Nasal augmentation is a procedure that increases the height of the nasal bridge to enhance the facial profile. This is achieved by inserting…

OTOPLASTY EAR SURGERY

The 3 principal causes of prominent ears are failure of scaphal folding, conchal hypertrophy and earlobe protrusion. 

GENIOPLASTY CHIN
SURGERY

The chin projection is an important component of the facial profile. A good nasal projection in the midface requires a strong…

FACELIFT

With aging the skin becomes lax and the tissue sag giving the problem of brow droop, cheek sagging, prominent nasolabial folds…

BREAST AESTHETIC
SURGERY

A well-formed and good size breast is recognized as a feminine asset. It is aesthetically pleasing and provides for easy fitting of clothes .

BREAST RECONSTRUCTION SURGERY

Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women. Surgery to remove the breast is an important part of the treatment for cancer…

BODY CONTOURING TREATMENT

Liposuction using the latest tumescent technique is the method of choice to shape the body. Despite conscientious exercise…

MICROTIA
RECONSTRUCTION

There are 5 types of congenital ear deformities (Tanzer’s Classification). Type 1 Anotia (Complete Absence) , Type II…

SKIN LESIONS TREATMENT

Intradermal naevus is the most common pigmented skin lesion commonly called “mole”. They appear as skin nodules and vary…

SCARS AND
KELOID

There are generally 3 types of scars, namely keloids, hypertrophic scars and others including broad, uneven or pigmented scars…