The Radiant Cosmetic Care Centre at Lanka Hospitals helps improve the aesthetic balance of the face and contour of the body creating a more youthful appearance and improved symmetry. We deliver safe and leading-edge cosmetic surgical and non-invasive procedures upholding core values of flawless attention to detail, and a passion for patient care themed around bringing the innate beauty that lies within every single person.
Through our well trained dedicated nursing team and highly professional doctors and the senior most Consultants in the Island we aim at fulfilling our mission. Our unit stands out from other healthcare organizations as it is a world renowned institution with THE BEST international standards with diversification into different aspects of Cosmetic and Reconstructive Surgeries.
People from across the world visit and value our Cosmetic Clinic, where we make every attempt to transform lives through a range of cosmetic treatments that are performed by consultants who specialize in each of the areas we cover. Our panel of surgeons, the best in S.E. Asia, performs surgical and non-surgical treatments using world class techniques.
Why choose us?
- Our panel of surgeons are the best in South East Asia
- We assure complete confidentiality
- We offer treatment at a fraction of the cost abroad
- We offer a superior after-care programme
DR. YASAS ABEYWICKRAMA
DR. THUSHAN BENERAGAMA
DR. DULIP PERERA
DR. H. H. A. SHASHANKA RATNAYAKE
DR. S. SELVAGANESH
DR. N. Y. WIJEMANNE
Other Visiting Consultants
DR. DAMMIKA DISANAYAKE
DR. GAYAN EKANAYAKE
DR. KOLITHA KARUNADASA
DR. KAVINDA RAJAPAKSE
DR. AMILA SIRIWARDANA
DR. SATHIS WIJEMANA
DR. THEJA DEERASINGHE
Non-Surgical Cosmetic Procedures
This treatment can be used to treat horizontal wrinkles on the forehead and other fine wrinkles around the eyes, face, neck which occurs with the ageing process.
Botox can also be used for:
– Excessive sweating (Hyperhydrosis) of palms, soles, armpits
Used to treat
– under eye dark circles
– under eye hollowing which occurs with age
– Nasolabial fold widening on face with ageing
– skin furrowing on sides of the nose
– skin wrinkling with ageing
3. Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)
For face to slow down the ageing process and hair rejuvenation
4. PDO Threads
– Lifting of sagging wrinkles
– For wide nasolabial folds
– For sagging skin on lower face and neck
– Can be done to improve collagen formation for those of 30-40yrs of age
5. Chemical Peeling
– Can be done on normal skin to improve appearance and glow of face and neck
– Acne with pigmentation/scars
– Pigmentation of face and neck
Surgical Cosmetic Procedures
- Blepharoplasty/ Eyelid surgery is cosmetic surgery to remove excess skin or fat from the eyelids. The aim is to improve hooded or drooping eyelids or eye bags.
- Rhinoplasty/ Nose job – surgery done to change the shape or size of the nose.
- Otoplasty/ Ear Surgery/ Ear pinning – is done to alter the size or shape of the ears, or pin them back if they are prominent.
- Rhytidectomy/ Facelift – is done to lift up and pull back the skin to make the face tighter and smoother. The procedure is designed to reduce flabby or sagging skin around the lower half of the face and neck.
- Chin augmentation/ Chin implant – is done using implants which can alter the underlying structure of the face, providing better balance to the facial features.
- Cheek augmentation/ Cheek implant– is done to emphasize the cheeks on a person’s face. To augment the cheeks either one of the following methods are employed, placement of a solid implant over the cheekbone, Injections with the patients’ own fat or a soft tissue filler can be used.
- Lip enhancement – is done to give the lips a fuller and plumper appearance.
- Breast augmentation/ Breast implant – Breast implants are inserted into your breasts to increase their size, change their shape, or make them more even.
- Reduction mammoplasty (Breast reduction) – the procedure can help make your breasts feel smaller, lighter and give them a better shape.
- Mastopexy (Breast lift) – is done by raising sagging breasts upon the chest of the woman, by changing and modifying the size, contour, and elevation of the breasts.
- Gyaecomastia (Breast reduction for men)– is ideal for men with abnormally large breasts. It may also be used to tighten the breast area after significant weight loss that has caused the skin to sag.
- Breast reconstruction – is a surgical procedure that restores shape to your breast after mastectomy — surgery that removes your breast to treat or prevent breast cancer.
- Abdominoplasty (tummy tuck) – is done to improve the shape of the tummy area (abdomen). It can involve removing excess loose skin, fat and stretch marks and tightening the abdominal muscles.
- Labiaplasty – is the procedure for altering the labia minora and the labia majora, the folds of skin surrounding the vulva.
- Brachiopasty (armlift) – is the surgical procedure done to reshape and provide improved contour to the upper arms and connecting area of chest wall.
- Thigh lift – involves the removal of excess skin and fat from either the inner or outer thighs. This body contouring procedure is often desirable after bariatric weight loss or in individuals for whom dieting and exercise have failed to reduce excess tissue in their upper thighs.
- Buttock lift – is a surgical procedure where excess skin and fat are removed from the buttocks in order to improve the appearance of the buttocks.
- Removal of auxiliary fat pads – is a simple surgical procedure which is done to remove the fat in the armpit.
- liposuction/ suction lipectomy – cosmetic procedure used to remove unwanted body fat. It involves sucking out small areas of fat that are hard to lose through exercise and a healthy diet. It’s carried out on areas of the body where deposits of fat tend to collect, such as the buttocks, hips, thighs and tummy.
- Body contouring after weight loss – one of the most common procedures used to improve the body’s appearance after weight loss (Bariatric) surgery.
- Reconstructive surgery – is performed to treat body parts affected aesthetically or functionally by congenital defects, developmental abnormalities or trauma.
- Peripheral nerve surgery – includes repair in cases of acute nerve injuries, entrapment neuropathies and nerve sheath tumors.
- Hand surgery – deals with problems of the hand, wrist and forearm.
- Pediatric plastic surgery – is performed on abnormal structures of the body that are the result of congenital defects, developmental abnormalities, trauma, infection, tumors or disease. While reconstructive surgery is most often undertaken to regain normal motor function or prevent current or future health problems, aesthetics is also considered.
- Craniofacial surgery – surgery done to reconstruct damaged bone and tissue and improves the appearance of disfigured areas of the face and head. It is performed in children for congenital abnormalities (birth defects) like cleft lip and cleft palate. As well as for those who develop irregularities in the skull and face later in life, often through diseases or trauma.
- Burns reconstruction – some individuals may need reconstructive burn surgery after the initial burn wounds have healed. This type of care is usually provided by a plastic surgeon. The goals of reconstructive burn surgery are to improve both the function and the cosmetic appearance of burn scars.