Enhance Your Beauty and Confidence with Expert Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery at NewGen Hospital,Perumbakkam,Chennai.

Welcome to NewGen Hospital, where we specialize in expert plastic and reconstructive surgery to help you enhance your beauty and boost your confidence. Our skilled team of plastic surgeons offers a wide range of procedures, including facelifts, breast augmentation, body contouring, and more. Whether you’re seeking cosmetic enhancements or reconstructive surgeries, trust our expertise and state-of-the-art facilities to deliver exceptional results. Discover the possibilities of transforming your appearance and regaining self-assurance at NewGen Hospital. Schedule your consultation today and take the first step towards a new you.


Reconstructive plastic surgery aims to address facial and body abnormalities caused by various factors such as birth defects, injury, disease, or the natural aging process. The primary objective of this type of surgery is to enhance body function. However, it can also involve procedures to improve appearance and boost self-esteem, commonly referred to as cosmetic surgery. Abnormalities in the body’s structures can result from a range of factors including injury, infection, birth defects, disease, or tumors. Therapeutic interventions for reconstructive plastic surgery may encompass supportive care therapies, such as pain management, nutrition therapy, and oncology rehabilitation. Specific procedures associated with reconstructive plastic surgery include reconstructive microsurgery, head and neck cancer microsurgery, oncoplastic breast conservation surgery, and reconstructive microsurgery for breast cancer. These approaches are aimed at restoring form, function, and overall well-being for individuals seeking reconstructive plastic surgery. 

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Tendon repair surgery is a surgical procedure performed to address a torn or damaged tendon. Tendons are flexible, band-like tissues that connect muscles to bones. They play a crucial role in facilitating movement by enabling the muscles to pull the bones and initiate joint motion. Therapeutic interventions for tendon repair may involve a range of approaches, including corticosteroid injections, immobilization techniques, physical therapy exercises, prolotherapy injections to restore normal function, and enhance overall recovery. 

Earlobe repair surgery is a corrective procedure aimed at tightening and reconstructing damaged earlobes that have been torn, scarred, or excessively stretched, often as a result of wearing heavy earrings or natural aging. The treatment for earlobe repair typically involves a technique called split earlobe repair or lobuloplasty. During this procedure, the damaged earlobe is carefully repaired, reshaped, and sutured to restore its natural appearance and integrity. 


The process of getting an ear piercing may vary depending on the location and establishment you visit. A skilled professional, using either a needle or a piercing gun, carefully marks the desired spot on your ear and creates a hole. Once the hole is made, the piercer inserts an earring into the piercing. 

While surgery cannot completely eliminate burn scars, it can significantly enhance functionality and reduce the visibility of scars. Scarring may restrict the natural movement of the neck, shoulder, hands, or legs. Surgical procedures, such as contracture release, can aid in restoring range of motion. Reconstructive burn surgery is also beneficial for addressing facial scarring that affects the eyelids, lips, nose, or causes hair loss. Treatment options include skin grafts, microsurgery, free flap procedures, and tissue expansion. 

Treatment of scars, keloid, Hypertrophic scar

A hypertrophic scar is characterized by its thick and raised appearance, resulting from an abnormal healing response where excess connective tissue forms within the original wound area. The key distinction between hypertrophic and keloid scars lies in the extent of scar spreading around the initial wound. Hypertrophic scars are confined to the original wound area, while keloid scars extend beyond it. Therapeutic options for hypertrophic scars include wound care, corticosteroid cream, injected medicine, laser treatment, radiation therapy, and surgical removal. 

Treatment of cyst, lipoma, ganglion

Cysts and lipomas are both types of skin lumps that can develop beneath the surface. Cysts are sacs that contain fluid, pus, air, or other substances and are typically benign (non-cancerous). Lipomas, on the other hand, are growths of fatty tissue situated between the muscle and skin. Another type of lump, known as a ganglion cyst, is a rounded, fluid-filled mass that often forms near tendons or joints. Although commonly found on the wrist or hand, it can also appear on the ankle or foot. Treatment options for these conditions may include aspiration (draining the cyst), as well as the use of a wrist brace for ganglion cysts. 

Carpal tunnel syndrome arises from the compression of the median nerve, which passes through a narrow pathway in the hand called the carpal tunnel, enclosed by bones and ligaments. When the median nerve is under pressure, it can lead to symptoms such as numbness, tingling, and weakness in the hand and arm. Therapeutic approaches for carpal tunnel syndrome encompass bracing or splinting to provide support, steroid injections to alleviate inflammation, as well as surgical interventions like open carpal tunnel release or endoscopic carpal tunnel release. 

Trigger finger and Trigger Thumb

Trigger finger is a condition that impacts the tendons responsible for flexing the fingers and thumb, often causing a sensation of locking or catching during finger movement. Additional symptoms may involve finger and thumb pain, as well as stiffness. This condition is medically referred to as stenosing tenosynovitis. Treatment options for trigger finger encompass splinting to provide support, specific exercises to improve finger mobility, medications for pain management, and the administration of steroid injections to alleviate inflammation. 

Treatment of Gynecomastia

Gynecomastia is a condition that typically arises from an imbalance of testosterone and estrogen hormones, although certain medications and diseases can also contribute to the enlargement of male breast tissue. In many cases, enlarged breasts in males naturally regress without the need for treatment. However, if the condition causes self-consciousness, individuals may opt for breast reduction surgery. Gynecomastia can occur at any age in males, but is commonly observed during the newborn period, puberty, and older adulthood. The primary treatment option for gynecomastia is surgical intervention known as gynecomastia surgery. 


Liposuction, also known as lipoplasty or body contouring, is a surgical procedure that involves the use of suction to remove excess fat from targeted areas of the body, such as the stomach, hips, thighs, buttocks, arms, or neck. In addition to fat removal, liposuction also helps shape and contour these areas, enhancing the overall body aesthetics. Different techniques may be employed during liposuction, including suction-assisted liposuction, ultrasound-assisted liposuction, laser-assisted liposuction, and power-assisted liposuction. These variations in technique provide options for surgeons to customize the approach based on individual patient needs and preferences. 

Finger and soft tissue injury treatment

Soft tissue refers to the muscles, ligaments, and tendons that provide support and surround our joints. Injuries to the soft tissue surrounding the finger joints often result from a forceful stretch or direct impact, commonly occurring during activities such as ball sports. Symptoms of such injuries may include pain, heat, redness, bruising, and swelling. The initial treatment focuses on managing pain and reducing swelling by following the RICE principles: Rest, Ice, Compression, and Elevation. These measures help promote healing and alleviate discomfort. 

Treatment of Diabetic Foot

Diabetes can contribute to nerve damage and impaired circulation, particularly when blood sugar levels are poorly controlled. Consequently, individuals may experience foot ulcers, blisters, pain, and infections. Symptoms such as swelling, sores, peeling, or cracking on the soles of the feet may also arise. Therapeutic interventions for these conditions encompass a range of approaches, including debridement, skin grafts, vascular surgery, bone removal or shaving, reconstructive procedures, joint realignment or fusion, tendon lengthening, and, in severe cases, amputation. 

Treatment of Non healing ulcers

Pressure ulcers are injuries to the skin and underlying tissues that typically occur when individuals remain in one position for extended periods. Prolonged external pressure restricts blood flow to the affected areas, leading to the breakdown of skin and underlying tissues. Regions with less fat, such as the lower back and heel, are particularly susceptible. Treatment options for pressure ulcers encompass a variety of therapies, including wound dressings, antibiotics, antiseptics, bioengineered skin substitutes, biomechanical corrective surgery, debridement (removal of dead tissue), microsurgical free flap tissue transfer, and skin grafting. 

Skin grafting

Skin grafting is a surgical procedure where healthy skin is taken from one area of the body and transplanted to another. This technique is used to cover or replace damaged or missing skin caused by burns, injuries, diseases, infections, or surgical removal of skin cancer. There are different types of skin grafts available, including split-thickness skin grafts, full-thickness skin grafts, and composite grafts. These therapies aim to restore the integrity and function of the affected skin and promote healing. 

Flap cover for exposed bones and open fractures

The optimal management of open, high-velocity lower limb injuries necessitates surgical expertise in debridement, skeletal stabilization, and providing appropriate soft tissue coverage. However, coordinating between orthopedic and plastic surgeons can be challenging. In our center, orthopedic surgeons take on the comprehensive treatment of open fractures, including addressing soft tissue requirements. 

Treatment of wart, corn, callosity, skin cancers

Tender skin lumps on the feet often arise from calluses, corns, or warts. Calluses and corns develop as a result of repeated pressure on the skin, leading to thickened areas. Warts, on the other hand, are viral infections. Therapeutic options encompass laser treatment, freezing (cryotherapy), application of stronger peeling medicine (salicylic acid), and, in some cases, minor surgical procedures. 

Treatment of Nerve injuries

Nerve repair surgery seeks to regain function and sensation that has been partially or completely impaired as a result of nerve damage. For instance, if a nerve injury has resulted in arm paralysis, the surgery focuses on reinstating movement and sensation in the arm. Therapeutic approaches encompass direct nerve repair, nerve grafting, and nerve transfer techniques. 

Nose, Ear correction

Otoplasty, also known as ear reshaping surgery, is a cosmetic procedure designed to address aesthetic concerns related to the shape and size of the ears. Many individuals feel self-conscious about the appearance of their ears, particularly when they protrude noticeably, which can result in hurtful comments from others. Rhinoplasty, on the other hand, focuses on altering the shape of the nose. This surgical procedure is performed to enhance the nose’s appearance, improve breathing function, or achieve both aesthetic and functional goals. 


Nail, Nail bed injury treatment

Nail bed injuries are a prevalent form of fingertip injury frequently encountered in hospital emergency rooms. These injuries can range from minor to severe, causing significant pain and discomfort while potentially impairing finger mobility. Common types of nail bed injuries include subungual hematoma, nail bed laceration, and nail bed avulsion. Treatment options encompass a range of therapeutic approaches such as reconstructing sterile and matrix defects using techniques like split-thickness or full-thickness grafts, rotational flaps, and composite grafts. These interventions aim to restore the integrity of the nail bed and promote optimal healing. 

Breast Lump

The majority of breast lumps are benign, indicating that they are noncancerous in nature. Although discovering a breast lump can be alarming, it’s crucial to recognize that it may not have a significant impact on your long-term health. However, it’s important to seek medical evaluation for any lumps or swelling detected in the breast, as they can potentially be a sign of cancer. Common benign breast conditions include breast cysts, fibrocystic breasts, fibroadenoma, and lipoma. Treatment options for breast lumps encompass procedures such as lumpectomy, mastectomy, as well as treatments like chemotherapy and radiation, which are utilized in cancer management. 

Breast Reduction

Breast reduction surgery, medically referred to as reduction mammaplasty, is a procedure designed to reduce the size of the breasts by removing excess fat, breast tissue, and skin. This surgical intervention is particularly beneficial for individuals with overly large breasts as it can alleviate discomfort and enhance their overall appearance. Therapies for breast reduction include various techniques such as the vertical (“lollipop”) reduction, inverted-T (“anchor”) reduction, and the option of liposuction in certain cases. These approaches allow for customized treatment based on the patient’s unique needs and desired outcomes. 

Frequently Asked Question

FAQ of Plastic surgery

What is Plastic surgery?

Plastic surgery is a specialized field of surgery dedicated to correcting deformities and enhancing features that individuals are dissatisfied with or wish to improve. It encompasses two primary categories: cosmetic surgery and reconstructive surgery. 

Cosmetic surgery focuses on enhancing aesthetic appearance and refining and Reconstructive surgery, on the other hand, aims to restore function and appearance in individuals who have experienced congenital abnormalities, trauma, or medical conditions. 

Who is a good candidate for cosmetic/plastic surgery?

Overall, plastic surgery is carried out to enhance aesthetics or correct organ defects in individuals. Anyone who desires an improved appearance can opt for cosmetic surgery. Conversely, reconstructive surgery addresses congenital body defects such as prominent ears, cleft lips, extensive scars, burns, and more. 

Which doctors perform cosmetic/plastic surgeries?

Plastic surgery is conducted by specialized surgeons known as plastic surgeons. Cosmetic surgery, on the other hand, is typically performed by oral and maxillofacial surgeons who specialize in this field. 

How long do the effects of cosmetic/plastic surgery last?

Several plastic surgeries have long-lasting results, often lasting a lifetime. For instance, procedures like otoplasty typically do not require further interventions once performed. However, there are other types of plastic surgeries that typically provide results lasting an average of 2 to 10 years. 

How do I make a plastic surgery appointment?

There are two options: 

After you have selected a plastic surgeon, you can contact the physician’s office directly to schedule an appointment. If you have questions about which surgeon is right for you, please contact our program manager at 000-000-1234 

Request an appointment through our online form. 

How much does plastic surgery cost?

In your first consultation, the plastic surgeon will assess whether your treatment requirements are medically necessary or cosmetic in nature. Our team will collaborate closely with your insurance provider to obtain the necessary medical documentation and authorization for any medically necessary surgical services. Please note that you will be responsible for any co-payments and/or deductibles as specified by your insurance company. It’s important to be aware that cosmetic treatments are not covered by insurance. The cost of your treatment plan will be determined during the initial consultation. 

How long does the surgery take?

The duration of surgery varies depending on the specific type of plastic or reconstructive procedure. Minor plastic surgeries can often be completed in less than two hours, while more complex procedures may require a longer time. Your physician will provide you with the specific information regarding the estimated duration of your procedure during your consultation. 


What are the risks involved with cosmetic plastic surgery?

Every surgical procedure carries a certain level of inherent risk, even if the likelihood of a specific complication is minimal. Your surgeon will conduct a comprehensive review of the potential risks and benefits associated with your surgery during your consultation. 

What Can I Expect from New Gen in My Initial Consultation?

During your personalized consultation, you will have the opportunity to meet with one of our board-certified plastic surgeons. This dedicated session allows you to share your specific situation and ask any questions you may have. The surgeon will carefully examine your medical history and engage in a conversation to gain a thorough understanding of your condition, goals, and concerns. Additionally, the doctor will provide informative materials pertaining to the procedure(s) you are considering. 

Does Plastic Surgery Hurt?

As with any surgical procedure, it is common to experience some soreness or discomfort during the healing process. In the initial days following your surgery, you may also feel fatigued. The level of discomfort you experience will vary based on the type of procedure you undergo. While certain procedures may result in minimal discomfort, more extensive interventions may entail a longer and potentially less comfortable recovery period. Your doctor will discuss pain management strategies and provide guidance on what to expect during your consultation, including the use of appropriate medications.