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Welcome to Patel Cosmetic Surgery Center
Dr. Manish Patel is an established name in the field of aesthetic & Plastic Surgery. Dr Patel completed his MS(Gen Surgery) from MGM Medical College – Indore in the year 1992, after which he went on to pursue his MCh Plastic surgery from Govt. Medical College – Nagpur.
Patel Cosmetic Surgery Center led by Dr Manish Patel is a skin care and cosmetic surgery clinic in Goa providing services in Hair Transplantation, Breast Augmentation, Liposuction, Laser Tattoo Removal, Laser Hair Removal, Body and Face Lift.
What Makes Us Different
Our Specialized Doctor's Team
Dr. Amruta Dinkar
Dr Amruta completed her post graduation in Dermatology (gold medal) in 2017 from Goa Medical College. She has since been in private practice and has excellent experience in dermatology and cosmetology
Dr. Manish Patel
Dr Manish Patel has worked for over 20 years in Goa, and has made a mark in Medical Tourism for Cosmetic Surgery. He has to his credit successful subspeciality surgeries done for the 1st time in Goa like replantation of fingers & thumb (micro vascular surgeries, complicated facial fractures and facial reconstruction), various reconstructive procedures for General Plastic Surgery & burns.
Dr Karla Faleiro
Dr Karla Faleiro, MD Dermatology, has 5 years of experience in the field of dermatology. She completed her MD in Dermatology at Goa Medical college in early 2019, having treated over 15000 patients during her tenure.
Our Clinic Tour
“I love going here for laser skin treatment. Dr Patel is always welcoming and approachable. The laser treatment is amazing and my friends have undergone surgery with him. They look fabulous and speak highly of Dr Patel.i took had eye surgery to correct previous operation. State of the art clinic and impeccably clean. Highly recommend ”
Frequently Asked Questions
The results of cosmetic blepharoplasty are designed to be long-lasting. Nevertheless, over time, the elasticity of your skin and the quality of your underlying fat and facial muscles will continue to change in response to aging and other environmental factors. It is recommended that patients protect the skin surrounding their eyes with routine moisturizing and sun protection in order to maintain the results of their eyelid surgery as long as possible.
The most common candidates for lower eyelid blepharoplasty are men or women who notice wrinkles or puffy bags under their eyes, which may cause one to have an aged appearance. Ideal candidates for cosmetic lower eyelid blepharoplasty are non-smokers who are in good physical and mental health and who have realistic expectations about their results.
A facelift cannot stop your face from aging, but it can improve your appearance by “setting the clock back.” Factors such as bone structure, heredity, skin texture, sun exposure, smoking history and others all play a role in the extent of improvement one obtains, as well as influencing how long it will last.
You may be a candidate for a facelift if you are in overall good health and have enough excess skin or sagging in the face and neck to make the operation beneficial. The average facelift patients are in their 40’s to 60’s, but a facelift can be successfully done on people in their 70’s or 80’s, as well
In order to be a candidate for a rhinoplasty procedure you must meet the following criteria:
Be at least 13 years old so that facial growth is complete
Be in overall good health
Not be a smoker
Have realistic expectations about the outcome of the surgery
Rhinoplasty is usually an outpatient procedure performed under IV sedation or general anesthesia. It usually takes from 1 to 2 hours to complete. Surgeons use one of two techniques when performing nose surgery. In a closed rhinoplasty, incisions are made within the nostrils. In an open rhinoplasty, the incision is made across the columella, the tissue between the nostrils
Stretch marks are in the skin, and because some skin is removed during an abdominoplasty, some stretch marks may be removed. Others may be repositioned lower on the abdomen, while still others may be unaffected.
Recovery varies by patient and the scope of their procedure. Most patients return to work and socializing after about a week. Light exercise can be resumed two weeks after surgery and more strenuous activities four to six weeks after surgery.
The most dangerous aspect of liposuction is an attitude that ignores the risk of doing too much liposuction on a single day, or disregards the risks of doing multiple unrelated surgical procedures on the same day that liposuction surgery is performed. As judged by current worldwide experience, liposuction is amazingly safe. Rare problems that can potentially occur with any surgical procedure include infections, bleeding, skin ulcerations, and nerve injury.
The most frequently treated areas for women are the abdomen, breasts, hips, outer thighs, anterior thighs, inner thighs, knees, arms, buttocks, cheeks and neck. In men, who comprise about 15% to 25% of liposuction patients, the most commonly treated areas include the chin and neck area, abdomen, flanks (“love-handles”), and breasts.
All surgeries carry the risk of complications. However, breast reduction surgery itself is typically very safe.
The most common breast reduction complications are infections, loss of nipple sensation and breast reduction scars. Most patients have a lollipop-shaped scar that circles the nipple and includes a straight line down to the crease under the breast, or an anchor-shaped scar along the fold under the breast. The scar will be red at first but will fade over the next year.
Anesthesia will be given during the procedure, but you should expect to feel sore for two to three days after surgery. You will be prescribed pain medication, and your surgeon may advise placing wrapped ice packs gently over sore areas to help with pain and swelling. If your pain lasts longer than a few days or becomes unbearable, contact your care team immediately.
For some women, breast augmentation is a way to feel more confident. For others, it’s part of rebuilding the breast for various conditions.
Rhinoplasty (RIE-no-plas-tee) is surgery that changes the shape of the nose. The motivation for rhinoplasty may be to change the appearance of the nose, improve breathing or both.
The upper portion of the structure of the nose is bone, and the lower portion is cartilage. Rhinoplasty can change bone, cartilage, skin or all three. Talk with your surgeon about whether rhinoplasty is appropriate for you and what it can achieve.
Usually, within the first 3 months, the client can expect to see new hair growing. Between 6 months and 1 year, the client will see significant changes from before the hair transplant. The hair will be longer, thicker and denser in volume than before. While it may take a while for the hair to grow completely, the hair that is growing is permanent and will continue growing for a lifetime.
Excess intake of alcohol can interfere with certain medications or lead to unwanted complications, such as bleeding, during or after a hair transplant. The doctors prefer that their clients avoid or may be completely stop drinking, smoking and consumption of certain herbs and medications they are generally used to, for a few weeks before the transplant surgery. Smoking should be avoided a couple of weeks prior to the surgery. Smoking cigarettes or any other kind of tobacco can also have a negative effect on the hair transplant.
Yes, but the procedure is not without risk. The great majority of abdominoplasty patients experience no complications whatsoever. Abdominoplasty is able to achieve some of the most dramatic results in plastic surgery, but its transformative power is balanced by a significant level of risk. However, careful planning and proper technique can significantly minimize these risks.