Wednesday, 17 August 2016

eTourist Visas mark growth of Indian medical tourism

eTourist Visas mark growth of Indian medical tourism

India’s medical tourism sector is not just a source of growing foreign exchange but also prestige and goodwill coming from outside the country. Having supported medical tourism’s rapid growth, the government has issued a list of 151 countries from all around the globe whose nationals can come to India for their short medical treament. This means not all foreigners require a Medical Visa as they can travel on a eVisa if they belong to any of the countries mentioned in the list. The list include Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, Fiji, France, Germany, Indonesia, Japan, Jordan, Kenya, Malaysia, New Zealand, Russia, Singapore, Sri Lanka, UAE, United Kingdom, USA, Zimbabwe and many other major contouries

Saturday, 16 July 2016

Myths & Facts about Plastic Surgery on Plastic Surgery Day (15th July 2016)

Myth-1: Plastic Surgery can change your Entire Face.
Fact- Plastic Surgery can never change anyone’s entire face magically and can NEVER make you look like someone else. There are surgeries to improve minor imperfections in facial features like a rhinoplasty can improve the shape of your nose, a chin surgery can elongate your chin (if it is short) or a lip reduction/augmentation can change the size of lips but it cannot make you someone else.

Myth-2: Cosmetic Surgeries are completely painless.
Fact- The surgeries are like any other normal surgery where cuts are made but these are elective, there is somewhat painful (every surgery includes some pain) but that is well managed by medications.

Myth- Only high-profile people have cosmetic surgery.
Fact- Gone are those days when cosmetic surgery was considered exclusively a celebrity thing. With easily accessible information, affordable cost and availability, hoards of middle-class and lower middle-class junta are lining up outside the office of cosmetic surgeon to get the chiseled look.

-Dr. R. K. Mishra

Tuesday, 28 June 2016

People with Body Dismorphic Disorder (BDD) don't need Cosmetic Surgery

It is important to know why doctors administer a mental health screening before putting a BDD suspected patient under the knife. It clearly doesn't mean that the patient has lost it or is a psycho, it is just to rule out body dismorphic disorder becasue such people with BDD don’t need cosmetic surgery, they need psychiatric care & counselling. If a surgeon performs the desired surgery on a BDD affected patient without mentla counselling, it is more than sure that he/she will NOT be satisfied with the results and it will affect both (the surgeon and the patient) because it is not a matter of face/body correction, it the the mind that need fixation.
People with BDD may pick at a skin defect only perceptible to them until a real scab appears. They might lose hours in front of a mirror, meticulously working to camouflage their purported flaws, or they might compulsively avoid mirrors at all costs, terrified of what they’ll see. Some develop eating disorders or social anxiety.

Still, the psychiatric condition is surprisingly common: according to the Body Dysmorphia Disorder Foundation, one in 50 people has it. The advocacy group lists several famous names who may have had the disorder, though none were ever diagnosed, including Sylvia Plath, Michael Jackson and Franz Kafka.

Wednesday, 11 May 2016

Things You Need To Know About Vaginal Cosmetic Surgery

The number of purely cosmetic operations for vaginal rejuvenation, as it's popularly known, has escalated significantly over the past few years. The rise in numbers of women having Genital Cosmetic Surgery is due to a greater awareness of the available procedures. There is a wealth of information about Genital Cosmetic Surgery on the internet and major women's magazines have also featured articles on the topic. The rise in popularity of Bikini waxing also appears to be one reason why Genital Cosmetic Surgery is on the rise. Removing the vast majority of pubic hair means that the genitals are less camouflaged and women are more aware of their appearance. Increased exposure has led women to feel more self-conscious about their genitals and worried about whether they are 'normal'. It is no more a topic of Taboo.

A number of factors can contribute to cosmetic or sexual concerns related to this intimate area of women’s anatomy, including genetics, ageing, pregnancy and childbirth, deformity, and trauma. Unfortunately, when most women approach their family doctor or gynaecologist about their concerns they are often are rebuffed. But Dr. R. K. Mishra is a member of the group of plastic surgeons trained in genital correction surgeries. There is no reason not to seek a consultation to determine if the correct procedure is available for reducing the labia, a large clitoral hood, or correcting asymmetry. Cosmetic surgical procedures have been developed to correct such defects. Vaginoplasty is done for vaginal rejuvenation and tightening and Labiaplasty is done for labia reduction and beautification. Hymenoplasty (reconstruction of the hymen) returns the ruptured hymen to a pre-sexual state. Labiaplasty and Vaginoplasty can be performed at the same time or in combination with other common Plastic and Cosmetic procedures such as Rhinoplasty, Breast Enhancement or Reduction, Abdominoplasty, or Liposculpturing.

All Cosmetic Vaginal Surgeries are performed by Dr. Mishra is sympathetic to a woman’s needs and understands what a delicate subject cosmetic vaginal surgery can be. It is his experience, knowledge, and sensitivity that make him the best person to perform your vaginal cosmetic surgery—from vaginoplasty, (vaginal rejuvenation, and vaginal reconstruction) to labiaplasty (labia reduction and labia beautification) or both together. Dr. Mishra is sensitive to the needs of women from cultures that embrace particular issues of virginity due to cultural, social, or religious reasons. The aim of Hymenoplasty is to restore the hymen, which in some cultures is a considered proof of virginity. Privacy becomes one of the majors concerns in such intimate procedures, and Dr. R. K. Mishra fully ensures his patients’ privacy and never discloses their identities to anyone without their consent.

For more details, Contact:
Dr. R. K. Mishra
Plastic & Cosmetic Surgeon
SIPS Hospital, Lucknow
Ph: 9795 800 800

Tuesday, 19 April 2016

Plastic Surgery: Myths & Facts

There are a lot of myths and misconceptions in the minds of people about plastic surgery procedures. Find out most common plastic surgery myths and facts in pictures, please share to spread awareness..

Wednesday, 6 April 2016

10 Easy Yoga Poses to Help You Survive Office Work, Stress and Travel

10 Easy Yoga Poses to Help You Survive Office Work, Stress and travel. "Unfortunately, sitting for prolonged periods of time can lead to imbalances in your body that cause poor posture and weight gain. These quick stretching exercises work real good for all." - Dr. R. K. Mishra