Diabetic Foot Surgery
Diabetes has reached epidemic proportions in our country. One of the most dreaded complications of diabetes is infections and gangrene of the foot and leg.
IBrachioplasty, also known as arm lift, is a specialized procedure which successfully gets rid of loose skin in the upper arms.
Scars are always present whether it be a cut by surgery or from injury. Scars never vanish, but they do fade over a period of time.
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Plastic Surgery is derived from the Greek word “plastikos” which means “to mould”. It means to mould and correct the disfigured parts of the body. Any physical disfigurement, whether acquired at birth or later, leaves behind a mental and an emotional scar in the victim. Till a few years ago, this curse was considered untreatable and unavoidable and left to suffer a life-long stigma. But today, the situation has changed, it’s no longer a curse that has to be suffered in silence; an aged look is no longer considered as a sign of wisdom. One can always look better and feel better.more
Plastic surgery & Cosmetic surgery
Fat injection will remove a patient’s own fat to re-implant it where needed. It is typically extracted from body parts like the abdomen...more
In some individuals, the lip is too big and turned out, more so in the case of the lower lip. The enlargement causes the inner...more
Skin cancers can also occur anywhere on the body but are more common on face and head. Goal of treatment is to remove them totally...more
Obesity is the epidemic of the modern times. The response to various slimming programmes, therapies, applications and oils...more
Diabetic Foot Surgery
Diabetes has reached epidemic proportions in our country. One of the most dreaded complications of diabetes is infections and gangrene of the foot and leg. Approximately 15% of all diabetic patients get major foot problems in their lifetime.
Keeping in mind the scale of the problem and the preventable nature of this progressively disabling deformity, Our Diabetic Foot Clinic offers comprehensive, detailed evaluation of one’s feet to help identify the small signs often missed. We seek not just to treat those already afflicted with “Diabetic foot” in its various stages, but also educate one and all to develop a proactive preventive approach to tackle the impending complications
Once an infection affects the foot it is important to control the infective episode with antibiotics and in necessary situations with surgical intervention...more