The Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Department at CK Birla RBH offers all types of plastic and cosmetic surgery (for aesthetic purposes) and reconstructive surgery (to correct and repair the birth defects or damage caused by burn injuries or trauma). The department offers advanced surgeries that include the correction of deformities of the nose and face as well as the treatment of conditions like gynecomastia, obesity, and hair loss. The cosmetic procedures include tummy tuck surgery, breast augmentation, liposuction, facelifts, eyelid surgery, rhinoplasty, and many others.
The Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at our hospital is staffed with many skilled and well-experienced, and certified surgeons that work together with nurses, consultants, physicians, physiotherapists, critical care specialists, technicians, and support personnel. They form a dedicated team that is best recognized for providing state-of-the-art facilities and desirable outcomes in Aesthetic surgery, Reconstructive Plastic Surgery, Hair Restoration, Cleft and Craniofacial Surgery, Hand and Microvascular Surgery, and Paediatric Plastic surgery.
The Centre stands out from others because of its specialized tertiary care services and best infrastructure with all cutting-edge technologies and latest equipment. The objective is to provide the best quality care for every patient under this wing, to maintain the global standards for all routine and complex surgeries, and to provide advanced procedures in a patient-friendly manner.
The different procedures and services offered by our facility are:
Face surgery: This includes facelift surgery (to uplift the sagging face); Blepharoplasty (for enhancing the appearance of upper and lower eyelids); and Rhinoplasty (for correction of nose profile).
Removal for excess fat deposits: This comprises Tummy tuck surgery (to make flat the abdomen); Brachioplasty (for reshaping upper arm by removal of loose skin and excess fat pockets); Buttock augmentation (to give shape and contour to buttocks by transferring the autologous fat tissues); and Liposuction (for sucking the excess fat from different body areas).
Breast surgery: This involves the use of prosthetics or autologous tissues for breast reconstruction by breast reconstructive surgery. The breast augmentation (Mammoplasty) procedures focus on volumetric reduction as well as the increase in breast size. Sagging breasts can be lifted by other surgical procedures known as Breast lifts (Mastopexy).
This unit aims to restore functionality and improve the appearance of deformities by surgeries. It is accomplished by following methods:
Reconstructive Microsurgery: In this surgery, operating microscopes are microneedles are used for the transfer of the normal tissues from one body part to another. It is used for treating the injuries of hand and fingers including the tendons, nerves, and blood vessels; and faciomaxillary injuries (jaw bone fractures and soft tissue injuries of face).
Free Flap Reconstruction for Head and Neck: It is performed for defects caused by cancer. The tissues along with their blood supply are transferred to the area to be treated by surgical excision from normal body areas.
Mastectomy: For breast cancer patients, this procedure is performed wherein the entire or parts of breasts are surgically removed.
Tissue expansion: This technique is used to cure post-trauma and birth defects by an expansion of the normal skin. Some of the ways are:
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Plastic and reconstructive surgeries are terms that are used interchangeably and aim to treat body structures affected aesthetically or functionally by conditions such as congenital, developmental abnormalities, trauma, injury, infection, birth defects, tumour or disease.
Plastic surgery is the reconstruction or repair of body parts through the transfer of tissue from another part of the body due to reasons, which could involve an injury, trauma, birth disorder or cosmetic enhancement. Plastic surgery can be directed to improve