Ali Medical is a State of the Art 100 bedded multi-specialty hospital. It is strategically located at a prime location in sector F-8 Markaz, Islamabad, Pakistan. The hospital Comprises of modern operation theaters, Intensive Care Unit, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, PICU, HDU, Labor and Delivery Rooms.
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The Plastic Surgery Department at our institution offers a comprehensive range of surgical and non-surgical procedures to address cosmetic and reconstructive needs. Our team of board-certified plastic surgeons, nurses, and support staff is dedicated to providing safe, effective, and individualized care to patients of all ages.

Our Plastic Surgery Department offers cosmetic and reconstructive procedures including facial rejuvenation, body contouring, breast surgery, rhinoplasty, breast reconstruction, skin cancer reconstruction, trauma reconstruction, microsurgery, hand surgery, injectables, laser and skin treatments, and chemical peels.

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What is plastic surgery?

Plastic surgery is a surgical specialty that involves restoring, reconstructing, or altering the body's form and function. It includes both cosmetic procedures aimed at enhancing appearance and reconstructive procedures to correct defects or injuries.

What is the difference between cosmetic and reconstructive surgery?

Cosmetic surgery focuses on improving the aesthetic appearance of the body, such as enhancing facial features or reshaping body contours. Reconstructive surgery, on the other hand, aims to restore normal function and appearance following injury, disease, or congenital deformity.

Am I a candidate for plastic surgery?

Whether you are a candidate for plastic surgery depends on various factors, including your overall health, specific goals and expectations, and the recommendation of a board-certified plastic surgeon. It's essential to undergo a thorough consultation to determine the most appropriate treatment options for your individual needs.

What are the risks associated with plastic surgery?

Like any surgical procedure, plastic surgery carries inherent risks, including bleeding, infection, adverse reactions to anesthesia, scarring, and dissatisfaction with results. It's essential to discuss potential risks and complications with your plastic surgeon before undergoing surgery.

How long is the recovery period after plastic surgery?

The recovery period after plastic surgery varies depending on the type and extent of the procedure performed. Some procedures may require only a few days of recovery, while others may necessitate several weeks or months for full recovery. Your plastic surgeon will provide specific postoperative instructions and guidance to support your recovery process.

Will plastic surgery leave visible scars?

While plastic surgeons strive to minimize scarring and achieve optimal aesthetic results, some degree of scarring is inevitable with any surgical procedure. However, skilled surgical techniques, proper wound care, and postoperative scar management can help minimize the appearance of scars over time.

How long do the results of plastic surgery last?

The longevity of plastic surgery results varies depending on factors such as the type of procedure performed, individual healing ability, lifestyle factors, and the natural aging process. While some procedures offer long-lasting results, others may require maintenance treatments or revisions over time to maintain optimal outcomes.

How can I choose the right plastic surgeon for me?

When choosing a plastic surgeon, it's essential to look for board certification, experience in the specific procedure you're considering, patient testimonials, and before-and-after photos of previous patients. It's also important to have open communication with your surgeon and feel comfortable asking questions and discussing your goals and concerns.

These are just a few common questions about plastic surgery. If you have specific concerns or inquiries, it’s essential to discuss them with a board-certified plastic surgeon during a consultation.