Sankara Nethralaya has taken its eye care services a notch above by setting up a state-of-the-art Oculoplasty Reconstructive & Aesthetic Clinic. The clinic was inaugurated by actor Karthi Sivakumar on August 16, 2010.
Oculoplasty plays a vital role in the management of diseases and abnormalities of the structures around the eye and the Oculoplasty Reconstructive & Aesthetic Clinic will bring to the people of India the latest oculofacial aesthetic procedures on a par with international standards.
While cosmetic surgery is perceived, largely, as the only means to enhance one’s beauty, the Oculoplasty Reconstructive & Aesthetic Clinic will aim for reconstruction with a purpose. People are largely unaware of the causes of oculofacial maladies and the possible treatment available and the clinic will aim on dispelling myths about oculofacial defects and spread awareness on the benefits of availing reconstructive aesthetic procedures.
With an increasing number of people opting for procedures which are less time-consuming, the clinic will offer lunch-time, minimally invasive and short ambulatory procedures. The clinic which will be located at Navausja Sankara Nethralaya, RA Puram, has been refurbished to suit the requirements of the services that will be offered. A wide array of oculofacial reconstructive aesthetic procedures will be provided, which will treat defects like eyelid bags, overhanging lid skin, drooping eye lids – which can hamper basic activities like reading and seeing —, loss of baby fat from face, lines of ageing, skin texture, skin pigmentation and deep sunk eyes, to name a few.
Botox, which apart from reducing wrinkles can also treat migraine, a type of headache, Dermal fillers, which can rid deep facial lines, and Radiage, a radio frequency skin tightening procedure, are among a host of non-surgical procedures that are available at the clinic.
Short ambulatory surgeries like brow lift, which will restore the eyebrow position; blepharoplasty, which will remove the extra burden of skin and fat, ptosis (putting the eyelid at the right position), fat transfer, small incision face lift and other such procedures will also be offered.
Personal and detailed attention will be given to all patients by the experienced team of doctors at the clinic. All patients will be counseled on the treatment options available.
Oculofacial blemishes and moles, which are known to lower a person’s self-esteem and adversely affect their outward personality, will be addressed through a host of quality, safe and tested cosmeceutical products and procedures like chemical peels and dermal abrasions, thus enabling people to enjoy a better quality of life.
The Oculoplasty Reconstructive & Aesthetic Clinic is located at:
Navasuja Sankara Nethralaya
No. 73, Venkata Krishna Road,
Raja Annamalaipuram, Chennai – 600028.
Ph No: 91-044-24611273, 24610118
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Sankara Nethralaya opens clinic for reconstructive and aesthetic surgeryTimes of India, August 17, 2010
Call for awareness of oculoplastyThe Hindu, August 17, 2010