Tummy Tuck (Abdominoplasty)


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Breast Augumentation

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If you have any or some of the underlying conditions, you may want to consider the option of breast reduction

  • your breasts appear too small in proportion to your body frame
  • often clothes that fit well around your hips are too large at the bustline
  • wearing a swimsuit or form- fitting top makes you feel self-conscious
  • post childbirth your breasts have become smaller and lost their firmness
  • weight loss has changed the size and shape of your breasts
  • one of your breasts is noticeably smaller than the other

During the consultation, you will be asked to point out the exact areas which you would like to see improved. This would include your desired breast size as well as anything else about your breasts that you would like to see improved. This will help your plastic surgeon to understand your expectations and determine whether they can realistically be achieved.

BREAST AUGMENTATION SURGERY EVALUATION

 

After examining your breasts, your plastic surgeon may perhaps take photographs for your medical record. In case, your breasts are sagging, a breast lift may be recommended in conjunction with augumentation.

A detailed medical history is very important, especially family history of breast cancer and previous mammograms.

No scientific evidence suggests that breast augmentation increases the risk of breast cancer. However, the presence of breast implants makes it more technically difficult to take and read mammograms. Especially, for women who perhaps because of their family history or other reasons are at higher risk for breast cancer.

Any plans to lose a significant amount of weight must be discussed with your plastic surgeon. You may be advised by your plastic surgeon to stabilize your weight prior to undergoing surgery.

Any plans of pregnancy in future, should be mentioned to your surgeon. Pregnancy can have an effect on the long-term results of your breast augmentation as it can alter your breast size in an unpredictable way. There is no evidence that pregnancy or your ability to breast-feed will be affected by breast implants, but any queries about these matters should be discussed with your plastic surgeon.

 

PREPARATION FOR SURGERY

Quite frequently, your plastic surgeon may recommend a baseline mammogram before surgery and another mammographic examination some months after surgery.

You will be asked to stop smoking well in advance of surgery if you smoke. Increased
bleeding can be caused by aspirin and certain anti-inflammatory drugs. It is therefore recommended that you avoid taking these medications for a period of time before surgery. Your surgeon will provide you with additional pre-operative instructions as well.

Breast augmentation is usually performed on an outpatient basis. Going home after a few hours may be permitted, unless you and your plastic surgeon have determined that you will stay in the hospital or surgical facility overnight.

 

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Breast Reduction

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WHO NEED BREAST REDUCTION?
 

If you have any or some of the underlying conditions, you may want to consider the option of breast reduction –

 

  • your breasts appear too large in proportion to your body frame
  • heavy, pendulous breasts having nipples and areolas pointed downward
  • one breast is much larger than the other
  • weight of your breasts cause pain in back, neck or shoulder
  • skin irritation beneath your breasts
  • tight bra straps resulting in indentations in your shoulders
  • size and weight of your breasts restrict the physical activity
  • the largeness of your breasts resulting in dissatisfaction or self-consciousness

During the consultation, you will be asked to point out the exact areas which you would like to see improved. This would include your desired breast size as well as anything else about your breasts that you would like to see improved.

This will help your plastic surgeon to understand your expectations and determine whether they can realistically be achieved.

Subsequent childbirth and breast feeding must be discussed with your surgeon.

 
BREAST REDUCTION SURGERY EVALUATION
 

After examining your breasts, your plastic surgeon will perhaps take measurements & photographs for your medical record. Factors like the size and shape of your breasts, the quality of your skin, and the placement of the nipples and areolas will be carefully evaluated.

A detailed medical history will be taken. Past and future weight loss should also be discussed.

 
HOW BREAST REDUCTION SURGERY IS PERFORMED
 

Quite frequently three incisions are involved in the method of reducing the breasts. The first incision is made around the areola. The second runs vertically from the bottom edge of the areola to the crease underneath the breast. The third incision follows the natural curve of the breast crease.

After the excess breast tissue, fat and skin have been removed by the surgeon, the nipple and areola are shifted to a higher position. Liposuction might be employed to improve the contour under the arm.

Generally, since the nipples and areolas remain attached to underlying mounds of tissue, the preservation of sensation is retained. This method might help to retain the ability to breast-feed, although this cannot be guaranteed.

Rarely, in case of extremely large breasts, the nipples and areolas may need to be completely detached before they are shifted to a higher level. In such cases, you may have to decide to sacrifice sensation and the possibility of breast-feeding in order to achieve your desired breast size.

UNDERSTANDING RISKS
 

A few potential complications that may be discussed with you would include bleeding, infection and reactions to anesthesia.

Post Reduction, it is possible that the breasts may not be perfectly symmetrical or the nipple height may vary slightly.

Desired minor adjustments, if any, can be made at a later time. In rare cases, permanent loss of sensation in the nipples or breasts may occur. In certain instances where incisions may have healed poorly, Revisionary Surgery is sometimes helpful.
In the case of injury to or loss of the nipple and areola which is usually an unlikely event, they usually can be satisfactorily reconstructed using skin grafts.

Following the advice and instructions of your plastic surgeon, both pre and post surgery is advisable as it can help to lessen certain risks.

A detailed information booklet will be provided with instructions and precautions for the immediate and early postoperative period.

This will also discuss the sequelae of Breast Reduction Surgery.

HOW WOULD THE INITIAL LOOK AND FEEL BE?
 

In the post surgery days, you will be encouraged to get out of bed for short periods of time. After considerable time, more comfortable movement will be possible.

Surgical drains, if any, will be removed in a day or two after surgery. At the same time your dressings may also be changed or removed. Wearing a support bra for a few weeks will be instructed. This has to be continued until the swelling and discoloration of your breasts diminishes. Generally, stitches will be removed in stages beginning about one week after surgery. You may realize that you feel less sensation in the nipple and areola areas, which is usually temporary. For sensation to return to normal it may take weeks, months or even more than a year. Your breasts may also require some time to assume a more natural shape. Incisions will initially be red or pink in color and will remain this way for many months following surgery.

BREAST REDUCTION & LIFT are in locations easily concealed by clothing, even low-cut necklines.

 
WHEN CAN MY NORMAL ACTIVITIES BE RESUMED?
 

Post breast reduction surgery, it is often possible to resume work within just a couple of weeks, depending upon your job. Quite often, you can resume most of your normal activities, including some of your mild exercises, after several weeks.

Experiencing some mild periodical discomfort during this time might persist, but such feelings are normal. Severe pains should be reported to your doctor.

Any sexual activity should be abstained from for a minimum of one week. Your plastic surgeon might advise you to wait longer. After that you must be extremely gentle with your breasts for at least the next six weeks.

 
HOW LONG WILL THE RESULTS LAST?
 

Your breast size should remain fairly constant unless you gain or loose a significant amount of weight or become pregnant. However natural factors like gravity and aging will eventually affect the size and shape of virtually every woman’s breasts.

But certainly without the excessive weight of large breasts, you may discover greater enjoyment in playing sports and engaging in physical activity.

Incisions from your breast reductions surgery will heal and fade over time. It is important to realvize, however, that the incision lines will be permanently visible, more so in some individuals that others. Fortunately the incisions for breast reduction are in locations easily concealed in clothing, even low-cut necklines.

 

 

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Abdominoplasty(Tummy Tuck)

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WHO NEED ABDOMINOPLASTY ?
 

If you have any or some of the underlying conditions, you may want to consider this option.

 

  • abdominal skin that is excess or sagging
  • a protruding abdomen that is out of proportion to the rest of your body
  • abdominal muscles that have been separated and weakened
  • excess fatty tissue that is concentrated in your abdomen

Any plans of pregnancy in future or of losing a significant amount of weight must be discussed with your plastic surgeon. Any resultant scarring from previous abdominal surgery may limit the results of your Abdominoplasty.

The surgeon will examine you and consider factors like the amount of excess skin and the state of your abdominal muscles.

These will determine the exact procedure that you will need.

POST SURGERY / PRE SURGERY RESULTS

Your firmer and flatter abdomen will enhance your body contour as a result of Abdominoplasty. Wearing certain styles of clothing will be easier and comfortable. You will be more confident about your appearance.

The incisions from the procedure will heal and fade over time. However, one needs to understand that the incision lines will be permanently visible. In a few cases they may eventually be only faint lines. Certain individuals may have incision lines that are more noticeable. Fortunately, the incisions for your Abdominoplasty are usually in locations concealed by most bathing suits and undergarments.

Wearing a support garment for several weeks may be instructed.
Your abdomen should remain firmer and flatter for many years subject to your gaining or losing a significant amount of weight or becoming pregnant. However, factors like gravity and the effects of aging will eventually take their toll.

In case, after a few years, you again become dissatisfied with the appearance of your abdomen, you may choose to undergo a second procedure to restore a more youthful body contour.

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Lipoplasty (Liposuction)

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Women and men who are of relatively normal weight but have isolated fat pockets causing certain areas of their body to appear disproportionate are particularly well-suited to Liposuction (lipoplasty). These localized fat deposits may at times be inherited traits that normally are impervious to dieting or exercise. Liposuction is often the only way to eliminate them. Though it is possible to undergo liposuction at almost any age, best results can be obtained if your skin still has enough elasticity to achieve a smooth contour following fat removal. Inelastic skin as in some older patients may not redrape well making a skin tightening procedure inevitable.
Consider yourself to be a good candidate for liposuction if you either have localized excess fat or if you desire contouring in any of the following areas:

  • cheeks, jowls and neck
  • upper arms
  • breast or chest areas
  • back
  • abdomen and waist
  • hips and buttocks
  • inner and outer thighs
  • inner knee
  • calves and ankles

Sometimes Liposuction may be used to treat a condition called gynecomastia, or male breast enlargement, which frequently occurs among both teenage and adult males.

Do not consider Liposuction a substitute for overall weight loss.
 
Liposuction is not an effective treatment for cellulite (a condition that gives the skin an uneven, dimpled appearance) as well. To tackle these problem alternative treatments may be considered, in some cases.
INDIVIDUAL CONSULTATION
Considering the individual factors, not everyone will achieve the same results from Liposuction. Your unique characteristics will be considered by your plastic surgeon in determining the most effective treatment. In the consultation process, you will be asked to specify the exact areas which you would like to see improved. Your surgeon will thus understand your expectations and determine whether they can be achieved realistically. Your current weight and your plan to lose or gain weight in the future will be evaluating factors in your liposuction.

Your unique characteristics will be considered by your plastic surgeon in determining the most effective treatment. In the consultation process, you will be asked to specify the exact areas which you would like to see improved. Your surgeon will thus understand your expectations and determine whether they can be achieved realistically. Your current weight and your plan to lose or gain weight in the future will be evaluating factors in your liposuction.

HOW LIPOSUCTION IS PERFORMED
The process begins by first inserting a small, hollow tube, called a cannula, through one or more tiny incisions near the area to be suctioned and fat is removed. Incisions, usually less than one-quarter inch in length are placed as inconspicuously as possible, mostly within skin folds or contour lines. A vacuum pressure unit is connected by tubing to the cannula. Under the surgeon’s guidance the suction device literally vacuums away the unwanted fat.
UNDERSTANDING RISKS
Fortunately for patients significant complications from Liposuction are infrequent. Year after year multitudes of people, who have undergone liposuction experience no major problems and are pleased with the results. However one should be aware of both the benefits and risks when considering surgery.

A personal discussion on the subject of risks and potential complications of surgery between you and your surgeon can prove helpful.

A detailed information booklet will be provided with instructions and precautions for the immediate and early postoperative period. This will also discuss the sequeal of Liposuction.

RECOVERY
Post surgery you will be taken into a recovery area where you will be closely monitored. Going home after a few hours probably might be permitted, although some patients may stay overnight in the hospital or surgical facility.
RESULTS OF YOUR LIPOSUCTION
Liposuction before and after image Areas of fatty deposits that previously created unflattering bulges and perhaps made it difficult to feel comfortable in your clothing or caused self-consciousness will be reduced by Liposuction surgery. The appearance of your new, slimmer contour may be delayed due to factors such as fluid retention following surgery and prolonged swelling. Because of the gradual healing process you should expect to wait a while to see the final results of your liposuction.
HOW lONG WILL THE RESULTS LAST?
As long as you maintain your postoperative weight the results of liposuction will be permanent. In case you gain a few extra pounds, you may realize that the weight is distributed more evenly instead of accumulating in the problematic areas of the past. A touchup might be desired occasionally to further improve the results in the area that has been suctioned. The additional treatment can sometimes be performed under local anesthesia.

Your progress will be evaluated in your visits to your plastic surgeon’s office for follow-up care at prescribed intervals.

Please keep in mind your relationship with your plastic surgeon does not end when you leave the operating room. For any queries or concerns during your recovery, or additional information at a later time, you should contact your surgeon.

 

 

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Medical Procedures

Healthbase provides a wide range of medical procedures through its partner hospital network. Over hundred medical procedures are available in various categories: orthopedic procedures such as hip replacement, Birmingham hip resurfacing, artificial knee replacement, knee surgery, cosmetic procedures such as breast augmentation, face lift, rhinoplasty (nose surgery), liposuction, dental procedures such as bridges, implants and much more. The savings are up to 80% from typical USA prices.


Procedure (cost in USD)* USA Singapore Thailand India
Dental Implants 3,500 1,600 1,100 950
Hip Replacement – full 48,000 30,000 18,000 12,000
Hip Replacement – partial 24,000 15,000 10,000 6,300
Hip Resurfacing (Birmingham) 48,000 14,000 10,000 7,000
Breast Augmentation (Mammoplasty – Augmentation) 10,000 8,000 3,150 2,200
Breast Reduction (Mammoplasty – Reduction) 10,000 8,000 3,919 3,000
Eyelid Surgery (Blepharoplasty) 7,000 3,750 1,413 2,200
Face Lift (Rhytidectomy) 20,000 6,250 4,799 3,100
Liposuction (Lipoplasty) 5,000 2,133 2,500
Nose Surgery (Rhinoplasty) 7,300 4,375 3,839 1,800
Tummy Tuck (Abdominoplasty) 8,500 6,250 4,052 3,400
Coronary Angiography 6,000 1,313 1,250 560
Coronary Angioplasty (PTCA or PCI) 41,000 11,250 4,150 3,500
Coronary Artery Bypass Graft (CABG) 56,000 12,900 13,250 9,000
Pacemaker 7,500 5,000 3,500
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Partial list of procedures available:
Orthopedic
Knee Surgery
Knee Arthroplasty
Rotator Cuff Surgery
Total knee replacement, Bilateral knee (TKR)
Total knee replacement, Single knee (TKR)
Arthroscopy with Ligament Reconstruction
Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Repair
Medial Cruciate Ligament (MCL) Repair
Posterior Cruciate Ligament (PCL) Repair
Elbow Replacement
Fusion
Hand Reconstruction
Hip Replacement (partial)
Hip Replacement (full)
Hip Resurfacing (Birmingham)
More…

Spinal
Artificial Disc Implantation
Bone Spur Treatments
Cervical Discectomy
Cervical Discectomy with Fusion
Disc Degeneration Treatments
Disc Surgery
Discectomy
Endoscopic Discectomy
Fusion
Herniated Disc Treatments
Laminectomy + Posterior Instrumentation
Laminectomy for excision of Spinal Tumors
Decompressive Laminectomy
Open Discectomy
Percutaneous Endoscopic Lumbar Discectomy (PELD)
Radiosurgical Treatment of Spinal Tumors
Stenosis Treatments
Thoracoplasty
More…
Cardiac
Coronary Angioplasty (PTCA or PCI)
Coronary Artery Bypass Graft (CABG)
Coronary Angiography
Artial Septal Defect (ASD) and Ventricular Septal Defect (VSD)
ASD Device
Minimally Invasive Direct Coronary Artery Bypass (MIDCAB)
Off Pump Coronary Artery Bypass (OPCAB)
Enhanced External CounterPulsation (EECP) (noninvasive)
Implantable Cardioverter and Defibrillator (ICD)
Pacemaker Implantation (Single Chamber)
Pacemaker Implantation (Dual Chamber)
Peripheral Vascular Treatment
PDA Device
Robotic Cardiac Surgery (daVinci Telemanipulation)
Stenting
Totally Endoscopic Coronary Artery Bypass (T-CAB)
Trans Myocardial Laser Revascularisation (TMLR)
Valvuloplasty
More…

Cosmetic
Arm Lift (Brachioplasty)
Breast Augmentation (Mammoplasty – Augmentation)
Breast Lift (Mastopexy)
Brow Lift
Buttocks Lift

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