Anant Aesthetics

Anant Aesthetics


Discover endless possibilities under one roof, as we guide you to unlock your true potential and reveal the best version of yourself.

Hair Transplantation

Rediscover a fuller head of hair with hair transplantation. Our surgical procedure involves moving hair follicles to treat male pattern baldness and other types of hair loss effectively.


Breast Augmentation enhances breast size and shape, providing a confident boost. Whether for cosmetic reasons or reconstruction after cancer, our skilled surgeons offer personalized solutions, ensuring a natural and youthful look.

body contouring

Body contouring enhances body shape, removing excess fat, tightening loose skin, and reshaping specific areas like abdomen, hips, thighs, arms, and buttocks. Achieve your desired silhouette with this transformative cosmetic procedure.

facial rejuvenation

Revitalize your unique beauty with Facial Rejuvenation. Our personalized treatments address aging signs like wrinkles, sagging, and volume loss. From neurotoxins and fillers to facelifts, discover the perfect solution to restore a youthful and attractive appearance.

Skin rejuvenation

Skin rejuvenation offers a comprehensive approach to enhance and rejuvenate the skin, effectively addressing a wide range of concerns to achieve a more youthful and radiant complexion.


Transform your nose with rhinoplasty, enhancing both aesthetics and breathing function. Achieve harmonious facial balance and boost self-confidence for a better quality of life.

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Reconstructional Surgeries

Restoring Life, Rebuilding Confidence

From trauma to oncoplastic procedures, our skilled surgeons specialize in meticulous and scarless reconstruction. We repair fractures, treat facial injuries, perform hand surgeries, restore nerves, manage burns, and offer microvascular surgery. Trust us to reconstruct your body, renew your function, and restore your confidence.


Ready to enhance your natural beauty?

Discover the possibilities at Dr. Anant Aesthetics.

Schedule a consultation with our expert plastic surgeon today and embark on your transformative journey.


Got questions? We’ve got answers! Check out our frequently asked questions section to find helpful information about our services, procedures, and more.

NOTE: If you are considering plastic surgery, it is important to do your research and talk to a qualified plastic surgeon to make sure that this is the right decision for you.

What is plastic surgery?

Plastic surgery is a type of surgery used to mold and reshape the  structures of the body. Plastic surgery can be used to help you  meet your ideal appearance goals and improve self-esteem, or it  can be performed to restore normal function and appearance. In some cases, plastic surgery may be elective. In other cases, it  may be a medical necessity.

What is the difference between Cosmetic Surgery and Reconstructive Surgery?

Plastic Surgery include two types of procedures i.e. Cosmetic  and Reconstructive. 

  • Cosmetic surgery is used to enhance and improve the  appearance of normal body structures without impaired function.  This type of plastic surgery is elective and not a medical  necessity. When considering cosmetic surgery, make sure that  you are doing it for yourself and not to meet someone else’s  expectations. A breast lift to improve the appearance of your  breasts is one example of cosmetic surgery. 
  • Reconstructive surgery is used to restore function to body  structures that have been damaged due to congenital deformity,  developmental abnormalities, or trauma. Reconstructive surgery  may also incorporate some aspects of cosmetic surgery to  restore normal appearance. Burn rehabilitation or a breast  reconstruction after surgical treatment for cancer are examples  of reconstructive surgery. 

Plastic surgery also includes-

Hand surgery: This type of surgery is performed to treat injuries  and diseases of the hands and fingers. 

Microsurgery: This type of surgery is performed to repair or  reconstruct small structures, such as blood vessels and nerves. 

Plastic surgery for children: This type of surgery is performed to  correct birth defects or injuries in children.

Am I a Good Candidate for Plastic Surgery?

There is no such thing as a “perfect” candidate for plastic surgery. In  deciding whether to have cosmetic surgery, patients should examine  many factors that extend beyond the procedure itself. 

A good candidate for plastic surgery is healthy enough for  treatment. He or she is not dealing with serious medical  conditions that can compromise their health and safety during  plastic surgery, such as: 


High blood pressure 

Heart disease 

Those who frequently smoke or drink alcohol may be poor  plastic surgery candidates, too. Smoking disrupts the skin’s  ability to absorb oxygen, which can hinder a plastic surgery  & patient’s recovery. It also increases a patient’s risk of plastic  surgery complications. Comparatively, alcohol can damage the immune system. This damage can escalate if an individual  consumes a high volume of alcohol over an extended period of  time. The damage can even reach a point where it increases a  plastic surgery patient’s risk of infection.

Why does one need to undergo Plastic Surgery?

In some cases, it is for aesthetic reasons that a patient decide to  undergo plastic surgery, while it may be medically necessary for  others. It may be difficult to face, but as we age, our bodies  often show some signs of wear and tear, such as sagging skin,  wrinkles, or loss of collagen, a muscle fiber that helps fill out the  body over the skeletal framework. Pregnancy and nursing can  also take its toll on a woman’s body. The breasts and abdomen  become stretched out, and then rapidly shrink once the baby is born, and unfortunately, the breasts and abdomen may not  conform back to the same shape and size as before pregnancy.  This is often what leads many women who are done with  childbirth and breastfeeding to consider undergoing a mother  makeover procedure, which often consists of a tummy tuck and  a breast lift, along with either breast reduction or augmentation.  In some cases, a part of the body may not have formed properly,  so plastic surgery is deemed medically necessary to properly  reshape it. Rhinoplasties are good examples of these types of  procedures. They are carried out when the interior structures of  the nasal or sinus cavities may not have formed correctly, so the  patient is unable to breathe properly, leading to snoring, sleep  apnea, and recurrent sinus infections. 

There are several reasons why people choose to undergo plastic  surgery. In some cases, it may be to enhance their features. In  others, it may be to fix an injury or deformity.

How safe is plastic surgery?

Each year, thousands of cosmetic and reconstructive plastic  surgeries are performed without complication. However, no  surgery is without risk. Part of the risk depends on your health  background, how intensive the surgical procedure is, and the  type and amount of anesthesia used. We will review the risks of  your procedure with you before helping you decide whether  plastic surgery is right for you. 

How much does plastic surgery cost?

The cost of plastic surgery mainly varies depending on the type
of procedure. In general, cosmetic surgery is more expensive
than reconstructive surgery. It is important to get to know about
the procedure in detail before you make a decision for it.

What is recovery from plastic surgery like?

Recovery from plastic surgery depends on how intensive the  surgery is and your health history. For minor procedures, you  may be able to return to your normal activities after a few days  or weeks of rest. For more intensive procedures, weeks or  months of physical therapy may be required before you are  completely recovered. Recovery may also sometimes include  postoperative pain. We will help you find the best way to  manage postoperative pain and other aspects of the healing  process. 


When considering your personalized treatment plan, we will  advise you about the recovery process for your specific surgery.

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