The department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at Annapurna Neurological Institute & Allied Sciences focuses on the surgical restoration, reconstruction, and enhancement of various parts of the body. Our Plastic and reconstructive surgeons possess expertise in performing surgical procedures to improve the aesthetic appearance and functionality of different body structures, as well as to restore form and function following trauma, disease, or congenital anomalies.
The primary objectives of the Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery department include:
Aesthetic procedures: Plastic surgeons perform cosmetic surgeries aimed at enhancing the appearance of various body parts. These may include facelifts, breast augmentation or reduction, rhinoplasty (nose reshaping), liposuction, tummy tucks, body contouring, and others. These procedures are typically elective and seek to improve a patient's self-esteem and body image.
Reconstructive procedures: Plastic and reconstructive surgeons perform surgeries to restore the form and function of body parts affected by trauma, cancer, birth defects, or other medical conditions. These procedures can involve skin grafts, tissue flaps, microsurgery, scar revisions, and the reconstruction of breasts, limbs, face, and other areas.
Hand surgery: Plastic surgeons specializing in hand surgery address various conditions affecting the hand, wrist, and upper extremities. They perform surgeries to treat fractures, tendon injuries, nerve injuries, carpal tunnel syndrome, Dupuytren's contracture, and other hand-related conditions.
Burn reconstruction: Plastic surgeons play a vital role in the comprehensive care of burn patients. They perform reconstructive procedures to restore form and function to burned areas, such as skin grafting, scar revisions, and tissue expansion.
Craniofacial surgery: Plastic surgeons specializing in craniofacial surgery focus on the treatment of congenital deformities and acquired craniofacial conditions. They perform procedures to correct cleft lip and palate, craniosynostosis, facial fractures, facial asymmetry, and other craniofacial anomalies.
Following are the Surgical and Non-Surgical Procedure Currently performed at our Institute:
-Lower eyelid correction.
-Rhinoplasty (Augmentation / Reduction)
-Ear Surgery ( Bat ear, Split ear lobe)
-Lift Surgery (Forehead, Brow, Face, Neck)
-Breast Surgery (Augmentation / Reduction)
-Breast Lift ( Mastoplexy)
Non –Surgical Procedure