Erectile Dysfunction & shades of Manhood

erectile dysfunction

If one were to list down the top things which will make a man insecure, length of their penis will be right up there. Walk into a gent’s restroom and everyone is covering up, a typical example of locker room syndrome where one worries more about what his friends or peers will think of their manhood. Erectile Dysfunction, Penis size enlargement, Penis implant surgery, Penis lengthening surgery & Penis widening surgery often remains as a secret google search term for some men.

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Is your Smile attractive enough?

woman smiling trueself aesthetic makeovers

It is a no-brainer how an attractive smile can put anyone at ease and one simply cannot ignore the role played by beautiful lips here. What is a shapely lip is totally a subjective matter and comes down to personal taste. However, there seems to be a general liking towards fuller lips. “Bee-stung lips” is … Continue reading “Is your Smile attractive enough?”

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Gynecomastia! – A surging problem of our times?


Recently a father son duo visited my clinic. A studious boy having received straight A’s right through school and had recently joined a prestigious engineering college. However, soon after joining college, his grades started going down and he became quite gloomy and withdrawn. He had also insisted on shifting to the college hostel and was … Continue reading “Gynecomastia! – A surging problem of our times?”

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Cosmetic procedures in the Net savvy era- a few fact checks!


I had just started my day and was enjoying a cup of coffee when the phone rang. Thinking it was quite early, I picked up the call and a voice crackled from the other end. It was someone highly polished, arrogant and talking with an artificial accent, who asked confidently if I had a particular … Continue reading “Cosmetic procedures in the Net savvy era- a few fact checks!”

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Cross-chest Liposuction in Gynecomastia


Published by: Biju Murali, Sundeep Vijayaraghavan, P. Kishore, Subramania Iyer, Mathew Jimmy, Mohit Sharma, George Paul, Sachin Chavare (Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences, Kochi, India)

Published in: Indian Journal of Plastic Surgery January-April 2011 Vol 44 Issue 1

Address for correspondence: Dr. Biju Murali, Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences, Kochi, India. E-mail:


Background: Gynaecomastia is usually treated with liposuction or liposuction with excision of the glandular tissue. The type of surgery chosen depends on the grade of the condition.

Objective: Because gynaecomastia is treated primarily as a cosmetic procedure, we aimed at reducing the invasiveness of the surgery.

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Limb Salvage

Limb Salvage

We are introducing a novel strategy to save limbs on the principles of Regenerative Medicine. Regenerative therapy is the most modern concept in conservative wound healing. This includes the use of

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How Hair Transplantation Works

HT is the surgical transfer of growing hair from a hair bearing part of the body (donor site) to a balding part of the body (recipient site). It involves redistribution of existing hair. The transplanted hair follicles are genetically resistant to balding if harvested from the permanent safe zone. It is scientifically proven that

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