Maxhealth Hospitals’ Department of Plastic And Reconstructive Surgery treats several different conditions such as:
Birth Deformities: As the name suggests, these are deformities or defects that are present since birth. They can be structural changes that can affect almost any part of the body and may affect how the body looks, works, or both.
Trauma: The term refers to any serious, body-altering injury that is resulted from an accident or impact such as motor vehicle accidents, burns, etc.
Masses, Tumors, and Growth Disturbances: At Maxhealth Hospitals’ Department Of Plastic And Reconstructive Surgery, we also treat masses, tumors, and growth disturbances that usually result from cancer treatments such as radiation therapy.
Appearance-related Disorders: A patient who suffers from body dysmorphic disorder (BDD) is dissatisfied by the appearance of their body and wishes to change certain things. Various cosmetic surgeries are performed to help such patients get the desired features and feel more confident.
Post Burn Deformities: The Center of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery treats post-burn deformities with various types of surgeries and surgical interventions.
The Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at Maxhealth Hospitals, Hyderabad, employs the most advanced diagnostic tools and assessment methods that help our experts get to the root of the cause and treat the condition with utmost precision. Our experts not only treat the patients but also educate them about the procedure and the possible negative outcomes for them to make an informed decision. The department also houses state-of-the-art facilities and infrastructure. Our experts offer extensive diagnosis and consultation to ensure that every patient receives expert care and treatment.
Maxhealth’ Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery offers a wide range of treatments that cure various conditions and injuries. The treatments offered at the center include:
Management Of Burns: The role of this cosmetic surgery is to improve the functional and cosmetic appearance of burn scars. The treatment involves altering scar tissues with operative and non-operative interventions.
Facelift: Also known as rhytidectomy, it is a cosmetic surgery that lifts and tightens the facial tissues. It involves removing excess skin, smoothing wrinkles, and tightening the facial tissues to make the face look youthful.
Rhinoplasty: This surgery is performed to change the shape of the nose. It may be done to change the appearance of the nose, improve breathing, or both.
Liposuction: Also referred to as lipoplasty or body contouring, this type of plastic surgery involves a suction technique to get rid of excess fat from a specific region of the body mainly the abdomen, hips, thighs, buttocks, arms or neck.
Breast Reduction: Also referred to as reduction mammoplasty, is a plastic surgery procedure for reducing the size of large breasts and providing relief to women facing discomfort due to the size of the breasts.
Breast Augmentation: Breast augmentation is the opposite of breast reduction. In this cosmetic surgery, breast implants are placed to increase the size of the breasts. This surgery is also referred to as augmentation mammoplasty.
Breast Lift: Just as the name suggests, this procedure is done to lift the breasts. The procedure involves the removal of excess skin and breast tissue is reshaped to raise. The procedure is also known as mastopexy in medical terms.
Tummy Tuck: Tummy tuck or abdominoplasty is a surgical procedure that flattens the abdomen by removing excess fat and skin.
Body Lifts: This cosmetic surgery is performed to remove or improve the appearance of loose or sagging skin in various regions of the body.
Botox: Botox surgery is a minimally invasive surgery that is used to reduce the appearance of wrinkles on the face.
Microdermabrasion: It is a type of cosmetic surgery that involves the removal of the top layer of the skin. The goal of the procedure is to exfoliate the skin, reduce signs of aging, and make the skin look more youthful and even.
IPL Hair Removal: The procedure uses Intense Pulsed Light to heat the hair follicles and stop new hairs from growing, resulting in no hair growth for a period longer than waxing and shaving.
Facial Fillers: Facial fillers are natural or synthetic substances injected into the lines, wrinkles, and folds of the skin to make these signs of aging disappear and make the skin look more youthful.
Maxhealth Hospitals offers a wide range of reconstructive treatments and houses the best doctors and surgeons in the field. In order to achieve the best results from a procedure, we invest in the latest technologies and facilities that help our team get the best results and make sure that our patients get the best service. Our advanced facilities include:
Skin Grafting: Skin grafting is a surgical procedure in which the skin from one area of the body is removed and moved or transplanted to a different, affected area of the body. This surgery is performed if a part of the patient’s body has lost its protective covering of skin as a result of traumatic accidents, burns, or illness.
Flaps: This is a technique in plastic and reconstructive surgery in which any type of tissue is removed from a donor site and transplanted to a recipient site with an intact blood supply. This procedure varies from graft as graft does not have any kind of intact blood supply and relies on the growth of completely new blood vessels after the surgery.
Autografts: Autografts are a patient’s own tissue that is used for a surgical reconstruction procedure. This method is perhaps the safest and the fastest-healing tissue that can be used. However, removal of autograft tissues creates a second surgical site from which the patient must recover.
Microsurgery: Microsurgery combines magnification with advanced diploscopes and other specialized precision tools and instruments for conducting surgery. This technique is primarily used to anastomose small blood vessels (arteries and veins) and to coapt nerves.
Fractional CO2 Skin Resurfacing Laser: Fractional CO2 skin resurfacing laser is a special kind of laser designed to stimulate the body’s natural collagen production in the face, neck, chest and hand region.
Intense Pulsed Light: This technology used by plastic and cosmetic surgeons to perform various skin treatments for aesthetics and therapeutic purposes including hair removal, acne treatment and more.
Body Contouring procedures for men include:
Body Contouring procedures for women include:
The Department of Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery at Maxhealth Hospitals provides a complete range of plastic and cosmetic surgical procedures ranging from body contouring, facial cosmetic surgery to non-surgical cosmetic procedures. All the procedures are customised according to the individual requirements with an objective to enhance looks, appearance and confidence levels of an individual.
The treatment involving plastic and cosmetic surgery is provided to restore or correct the shape and function. Cosmetic surgery deals with aesthetics (beauty and taste) of an individual. It is a type of plastic surgery in which the looks or appearance of an individual is enhanced by using surgical and medical techniques. The main aim of cosmetic surgery is to improve appearance, restore healthy appearance and also to enhance an average looking individual to some aesthetic ideal.
At Maxhealth, we offer a complete range of both surgical and non-surgical procedures to help you achieve the looks that you always wanted to have. Our qualified and experienced plastic and cosmetic surgeons explain you the complete treatment process to make you aware and to address all your doubts and fears. In this way, they ensure that the decision to undergo plastic or cosmetic surgery is well-informed. Most importantly, all patient consultations are maintained with high confidentiality.
Microvascular surgery is a complex surgery that make use of sophisticated instruments, operating-room microscope and equipment. Immensely skilled and trained plastic surgeons perform the procedure that involves reconnection of tiny blood vessels (3 to 5 millimetres in diameter) and also free flaps (transfer of tissue) from one area to another area of the body. Ultrafine sutures and tiny needles are used to reconnect small blood vessels, tissues of hands, severed fingers and amputated parts of the body. Microvascular surgery can also be done as a part of reconstructive surgery. The main objective is to reconstruct a defect left from injury, trauma or cancer.
The department of microvascular and reconstructive surgery at Maxhealth Hospitals has a team of experienced Plastic Surgeons who perform different types of reconstructive surgery, hand surgery, microsurgery, paediatric surgery, and treatment for burns.