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UPHI - Dr. Shilpi Bhadani

Cosmetic/ Plastic Surgeon
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Clinic Address
Plot No. 7 SP, Main Golf Course Road, Next to Global Foyer Building, Sector 43
Gurgaon, Haryana - 122002
Details for Dr. Shilpi Bhadani
S C B Medical College , Cuttack - Odisha
Institute of Medical Sciences, BHU
MS - General Surgery
Vardhman Mahavir Medical College & Safdarjung Hospital, Delhi
M.Ch - Plastic Surgery
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Fellowship in Aesthetic Surgery
Edinburgh - UK
Professional Memberships
Association of Surgeons of India (ASI)
DAFPRS Fellowship - Netherlands
Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh
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Past Experience
Worked at Safdarjung Hospital
Worked at Lachnic Switzerland
Worked at Medanta - The Medicity
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  • MBBS, MS - General Surgery, M.Ch - Plastic Surgery, Fellowship in Aesthetic Surgery, MRCS
    Cosmetic/ Plastic Surgeon
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  • MBBS, MS - General Surgery, M.Ch - Plastic Surgery, Fellowship in Aesthetic Surgery, MRCS
    Cosmetic/Plastic Surgeon
    Stuck with extra flab that does not seem to go away, or simply trying to hide the sagging skin after losing tons of weight? whatever the reason, a tummy tuck is a cosmetic means of fixing that unsightly area of your abdomen that many people have trouble with. While exercise and diet may all be good in theory, there are many circumstances that may require this kind of surgical intervention, which is also known as abdominoplasty in medical terms. Read on to know more about it.

    Ideal candidates: who is the best candidate for this kind of procedure? to begin with, women have a hard time achieving a taut tummy especially after a few pregnancies. They can easily make use of this kind of procedure in order to have the excess flab removed surgically. Also, men and women who were once obese and still have rings of excess fat deposits around this region as well as loose skin due to sudden weight loss, can use this procedure. The people who want to go in for this kind of surgery will also need to be in good health condition in order to qualify for the same.

    Not so ideal candidates: if you have been pregnant before and are planning another pregnancy, then you may want to wait before having this surgery as the vertical muscles that are tightened during the surgery can be separated due to pregnancy and child birth again, which will reverse the effects of the surgery. Also, it should be the last resort after you have tried myriad weight loss measures. Further, people who are suffering from conditions like diabetes and cardiovascular diseases should have a talk with the doctor about the safety of such a procedure first.

    Types of abdominoplasty: there are two kinds of abdominoplasty. The first kind of called complete abdominoplasty. In this procedure, the surgeon will cut open the abdomen from one hip to another, and then carry out contouring of the skin, tissue and muscle as per the requirement of the patient. In this procedure, the belly button of the patient will also be moved and drainage tubes may be inserted for a few days. The other kind is partial abdominoplasty which is basically done for people who have fat deposits under their navel. The procedure is short and does not require belly button movement.

    Preparation: one should be careful not to smoke or drink before the procedure and to keep a stack of loose clothing and ice packs ready for later.

    Talk to your doctor in detail regarding complications and the aftermath so that you are better able to take care of yourself after the surgery.
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  • MBBS, MS - General Surgery, M.Ch - Plastic Surgery, Fellowship in Aesthetic Surgery, MRCS
    Cosmetic/Plastic Surgeon
    A head full of hair is called a crowning glory and not only improves the looks and appearance of the person, but also adds to the person's image and self-esteem and confidence. With hair loss, the psychological effect is felt very strongly and can even lead to depression. Both men and women are equally affected by hair loss or balding, and can be treated with hair transplant.

    It is a surgical procedure, wherein hair follicles are removed from one site that has normal hair growth (donor site) and placed on the bald patch with no or thin hair (recipient site). While the back of the head is the most common donor site, sometimes even the torso, trunk, and legs can be a good source. Hair is believed to grow in groups of follicles, so transplants are also done as follicular units.

    Hair transplant usually differs in the way that the hair follicles are removed from the donor site. This can be done in two ways as outlined below.

    Follicular unit strip surgery (fuss): in this procedure, the donor site with a thick hair growth is identified and strips of tissue of about 1 x 15 cm are removed along with hair follicles. Under a microscope, excess fiber and fatty tissue in this strip is removed. The recipient site is prepared by creating small punctures at regular intervals into which the hair follicles are placed at appropriate angles, taking care to give a realistic look. The donor site will have minor injuries, which will heal with the new hair growing into it. The donor site will take about 2 weeks for the uptake of the follicles.

    Follicular unit extraction (fue): in fue small punches are made at the donor site to remove tissues of 0.6 to 1 mm, which will contain hair follicles. These are placed into the recipient site at predetermined spacing and angles to produce a realistic appearance. This technique produces a more natural appearance and also fewer scars on the donor site. It takes longer than the strip surgery though.

    The success of hair transplant depends on the postoperative care. The doctor will give a set of instructions for hair wash and hair care, which are to be followed strictly. In the first 10 days after transplant, the patient will experience a'shock loss' where almost all of the new hair follicles will fall out leading to hair thinning. New hair growth in this area will be seen over the next 2 to 3 months. Itching and minor swelling will subside on their own.

    With good follow-up care, hair transplant can be a boon to people who have baldness and can provide a big boost to self-esteem and confidence.
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