A facelift is a procedure to rejuvenate the face and temporarily reverse the signs of ageing. It involves tightening of the facial skin and removal of excess skin, fat, wrinkles and deep lines. A facelift may also be performed along with other cosmetic surgery procedures.
Upper eyelid lifting surgery (Blepharoplasty)
Upper eyelid lifting surgery also called blepharoplasty is a cosmetic procedure performed to remove excessive skin and treat droopy eyelids. It is mainly done to improve the appearance of the eyes but may also prevent obstruction of vision. Eyelid lifting surgery may be combined with other cosmetic procedures such as filler injections, forehead lifts and laser resurfacing to enhance results.
Neck lifting (platysmaplasty) -- double chin and turkey neck correction surgery
A neck lift is a procedure to remove excess or saggy skin and fat from the neck and give more definition to the jawline. The procedure is also called a platysmoplasty as the platysma muscle of the neck may be altered or tightened in the process.
Breast augmentation, also known as augmentation mammoplasty is a surgical procedure designed to enhance the size and shape of the breasts by inserting implants.
Liposuction will reduce excessively stubborn localized fatty areas where dieting and exercise have failed. Liposuction can also be used in combination with other procedures such as abdominoplasty (tummy tuck) where specific fatty areas can also be contoured. Facelift can also be improved by liposuction by removing fat from under the chin and neck and to enhance the jaw line.
A pleasing abdomen has toned muscles, firm skin and shapely contours due to the right distribution of fat. The abdominal muscles provide structural support to the abdominal cavity, protect the abdominal organs and give counter-support to the spine. There are four major muscles namely: external abdominal oblique, internal abdominal oblique, transversus abdominis, and rectus abdominis.
Skin moles removal
Moles, medically termed nevi, are skin lesions appearing as small dark brown spots. Moles occur when pigment or colour producing cells called melanocytes grow in clusters. These are common in appearance and may be present at birth or develop later in life.