An article in The Hindu, in collaboration with the media outlet NDTV, explains the various types of plastic surgery procedures, the best techniques and the best ways to remove scarring from the face.
The article, which can be read in full here, is an edited and condensed version of the first edition published in the spring.
The book also contains tips on plastic surgery, its importance and how to deal with the issues raised by plastic surgery.
The full article can be found here: The Hindu – Plastic Surgery, Scarring, &c.
is a comprehensive guide to the latest plastic surgery treatment, procedures and tips.
For the first time in the NDTV article, we have included tips on how to treat scarring of the face, which is not just cosmetic but a form of cosmetic malpractice.
It can be a life-threatening complication for patients and their families, and is particularly a concern for children, who are often the target of such surgery.
The article also gives some tips on the proper way to care for a scarring patient, how to remove and replace it, and tips on avoiding the use of plastic surgeries in the first place.
The tips in this book are all based on what I have learned from my own experiences, and in particular on my experience with plastic surgery patients who have undergone surgery, particularly with plastic surgeon Dr Praveen Kumar, and those who have been referred by other surgeons.
It is important to understand that these are all my personal experiences, as my own family has experienced plastic surgery problems and I am just sharing my experiences.
Dr Kumar is the only plastic surgeon in India with expertise in plastic surgery and is a leader in the field.
He has had the experience of treating patients of all ages, and it is his personal conviction that plastic surgery is a very good way to look after the facial features.
Dr Praveena Kumar is one of the leading surgeons in the world, and the author of Plastic Surgery: The Essential Guide for a Healthy Face.
Dr Kumar is a resident of Kolkata, India, and he has been practising in the area for over 20 years.
He is a member of the Board of Governors of the International Society for the Care of the Face and the Association of Plastic Surgeons of India.
Dr Seshadri V. Ravi, MD, is the founder and principal consultant of the prestigious Plastic Surgery Department of the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR).
Dr Ravi has conducted extensive research in plastic and reconstructive surgery, and has written extensively on plastic surgeries, its ethics, and procedures for cosmetic reconstruction.
He was the first Indian to be awarded the International Award for the Most Innovative Plastic Surgery for the Face, and was awarded the World Medical Prize for Plastic Surgery.
Dr Rava is also the co-founder and President of the Plastic Surgery Society of India (PSSI), which has a long-standing and very active network of plastic surgeons and surgeons in India.PSSI is the national body of the Society for Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery of India, which organises annual conferences, the annual conference on plastic surgeons, the International Association of Cosmetic Plastic Surgeon (IACPS), the annual international conference on facial reconstruction and the annual global conference on reconstructive plastic surgery for the face (COPFED).PSSI was established in 2005, as a non-profit, non-governmental organisation and a member member of several international organizations.
The association is dedicated to providing support and assistance to plastic surgeons in their professional work and to promoting and protecting their profession, the interests of patients and the welfare of society.