Department of Dermatology, Cosmetology & Plastic Surgery

Most Frequently Treated Areas

Women – Abdomen, Hips, Thighs, Buttocks, Knees & Double chins. Men – Love Handles, Abdomen, Enlarged Breasts, Arms, Neck & Face.

Plastic Surgery Treatments

Non-Surgical Treatments

  • Botox
  • Fillers (Juvéderm- USFDA APPROVED)
  • Thread Lift
  • LASERS- Hair Reduction, Tattoo Removal
  • Pigmentation


  • Facelift
  • Eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty)
  • Brow Lift
  • Nose Reshaping Surgery
  • Lip Reduction/Plumping
  • Ear Reshaping/Earlobe Repair
  • Dimple creation
  • Scar Correction


  • Breast Reduction Surgery
  • Breast Implants/Enlargement Surgery
  • Breast lift surgery (Mastopexy)
  • Male Breast Reduction/Gynecomastia


  • Liposuction Surgery Treatment
  • Abdominoplasty/Tummy Tuck Surgery
  • 6 Pack Abs/Abdominal Etching
  • Brazilian butt lift for hair fall (PRP)
  • Hair Transplant (FUE/FUT)

Cosmetology Treatments

  • Hair – Mesotherapy for hair loss, Growth factors, Hair Scan, Hair Transplantation.
  • Anti-Ageing Treatment – Assessment of the face, Medi-Facials Treatment, Chemical peels, Botulinum Toxin Treatment, Fillers, Non-Surgical Facelift Treatment, Thread Lifts
  • SKIN LASERS – Permanent hair reduction, Pigmentation treatment, Photo-rejuvenation (Photo-facials) – Acne Treatment, Treatment of Acne scars, Tattoo removal.
  • Body Treatments Doctor – Hand and Feet Rejuvenation, Pigmentation Treatments, Non-Surgical skin tightening, treatment of stretch marks and scars

Frequently Asked Questions About Dermatology, Cosmetology & Plastic Surgery

A dermatologist is a physician who specializes in treating skin, hair, nails, and mucus membranes. Cosmetologists are not physicians. They specialize in haircutting, hairstyling, and other beauty services.

Some dermatologists specialize in cosmetic dermatology spending extra time with lasers, treatments related to veins, and injectables. They are trained to do surgeries related to skin cancers but not aesthetic surgeries such as facelifts.

Plastic surgeon practice restoring the body's normal appearance and function whereas cosmetic surgeon focuses on aesthetic procedures.

Two types of plastic surgeries include reconstructive procedures and cosmetic procedures.

The common types of cosmetic surgery are breast augmentation, breast implant removals, breast lifts, buttock lifts, chin, cheek, and lip reshaping, facial implants, and dermabrasion.

The risks involved with plastic surgery include infection at the incision site, bleeding, fluid buildup under the skin, scarring, and may require additional surgery.

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Dr. Sukhbir Singh

Dr. Sirisha Singh

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