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The Elements - of facial aesthetics!
Dental & Facial Cosmetic Surgery Center
#26-27, Plot No. 38/39, Keshav Kunj' I,
'Sector 30, Vashi-Sanpada Stn. Road
Navi Mumbai 400 705
Tel:- +91 22 6411 3114, 2781 0730
Mobile:- +91 981 981 6669
  Cosmetic Facial Plastic Surgery
An increasing number of people in the present time are undergoing Facial Cosmetic Surgery for a variety of reasons. It could be to enhance Facial beauty for appearance or career. We at “the elements” are specifically concerned with maintaining normal appearance of the face, restoring it, or enhancing it beyond the average level toward aesthetic ideal using medical and surgical techniques to enhance your self esteem. Our motto is to deliver a well balanced, pleasing and natural look at the end, and not a “surgeried” look.
A cumulative effect of excellence in safety during the procedure, swift recovery, delicate incision lines and excellent longevity provides our patients an excellent above par results after every surgery.
Of utmost importance is your understanding of the results and limitations of Facial Cosmetic Surgery. Though it would enhance your appearance and improve the overall balance and harmony of your face, it will NOT CHANGE YOU! It doesn’t change your personality! Hence, if any limitations exist in your case, we point it    out and explain it factually and honestly to avoid any undue disappointment.

 Nature gives you perfection, we give you improvement. To provide you with the near perfect results, we need to assess your desires, needs and expectations. Whenever and wherever required, a combined consultation with our Plastic Surgeon, Dermatologist and Maxillofacial Surgeon would assist you in understanding your problems, evaluating them methodically and arriving at a decision about the Facial surgery on an individual basis.
We combine Skill, Artistry and Expertise to provide our patients a galaxy of facial cosmetic surgery procedures….
Face Lifts (technically called Rhytidectomy)
Ageing, added to factors like gravitational forces, solar exposure, and the stresses of daily life, manipulates our face in varied ways like skin laxity, deep creases besides the mouth, slacking jaw line, folds and fat accumulations appearing on the neck and face. Facelifts counteract these problems by repositioning fat and tightening skin and muscles, giving one's face a fresher, more youthful look.  It is sometimes combined with other procedures (browlift, eyelid surgery, nose and chin reshaping) for more dramatic results. Incisions are made in inconspicuous places such as behind the hairline and in natural folds of the skin of the face and ears. The incisions usually fade to near invisibility in time. One's face will continue to look better than if he/she had never had the procedure. Performed under General anesthesia.
Forhead Lifts (technically called Browlifts)
This procedure repositions the forehead skin and removes or alters the muscles above the eyes to smooth lines and raises the eyebrows for a more youthful appearance. The procedure is often combined with an eyelid surgery or blepharoplasty to improve the look of the eyes and other areas of the face. Performed under General anesthesia.
Eyelid Surgery (technically called Blepharoplasty)
By removing excess fat, skin and muscle from the upper and lower eyelids, blepharoplasty can rejuvenate puffy, sagging or tired-looking eyes resulting in a more youthful, alert and rested appearance for the patient. Performed under Local anesthesia or under conscious sedation.
Chin Surgery (technically called Genioplasty or Mentoplasty)
This procedure reshapes the chin either by enhancement with an implant or by reduction surgery. In order to achieve a balanced appearance, chin surgery may be recommended to patients undergoing nasal surgery. Performed under General anesthesia or conscious sedation.
Nose Surgery (technically called Rhinoplasty)
Rhinoplasty reshapes the nose to improve the function (reconstructive surgery) and/or the appearance (cosmetic surgery) of a human nose. This procedure is also performed for reconstructive purposes to correct trauma, birth defects or breathing problems. Performed under General anesthesia.
It is the surgical removal of excess fat from specific areas of face and neck like the sub mental (below the jaw), chin, the jowls, and a small area of the cheeks. The best liposuction candidate is someone who has a relatively normal weight but has isolated pockets of fat that have not responded to dieting or exercise. Very small incision is placed under the chin and the excess fat is removed by excision or a delicate suction device. Performed under Local anesthesia or conscious sedation.
Hair Restoration (Transplant)
The principle of hair transplant rests on the concept that if the hair follicles are harvested from the permanent zone of the scalp and are transplanted into to the balding areas, they retain the hair characteristics of the donor area to dominate over the character of hair follicles in the recipient (bald) area, which are otherwise programmed for the greatest amount of hair loss. There are a number of techniques used in hair replacement surgery (like punch grafts, mini-grafts, micro-grafts, slit grafts, and strip grafts). Sometimes, two or more techniques are used to achieve the best results. The procedure gives very natural results, very little bleeding, no visible scar and minimal recovery time for patients.
Cleft Lip Deformity
Cleft lip is a congenital deformity caused by abnormal facial development during gestation. While surgery to repair a cleft lip can be performed soon after birth, the often preferred age is at approximately 10 weeks of age, following the "rule of 10s" coined by surgeons Wilhelmmesen and Musgrave in 1969 (the child is at least 10 weeks of age; weighs at least 10 pounds, and has at least 10g hemoglobin). If the cleft is bilateral and extensive, two surgeries may be required to close the cleft, one side first, and the second side a few weeks later. The most common procedure to repair a cleft lip is the Millard procedure pioneered by Ralph Millard.Performed under General anesthesia.
Facial Scar revision
The process of recovery of the skin from an injury be it a result of an accident, surgery, a burn, or acne, is usually a scarring wherever multiple layers of the skin have been affected. Once a scar forms, it is permanent but may be made less visible or relocated surgically. Different types of scars respond to different surgical techniques. Hence to evaluate and then advise the patient about the surgery, we do a combined consultation with the Cosmetic Plastic Surgeon and Cosmetic Dermatologist to achieve the best possible results. Performed under General anesthesia.
Trauma Repair and Reconstructive Surgery
Surgical correction of facial injuries caused by sports and work-related or vehicular injury, and injuries to the nose, facial structure and jaw can be performed to give a normal appearance to face. Performed under General anesthesia.
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