Surgical Facilites in Siliguri
A pleasant appearance can open doors to new opportunities whereas unattractive looks may just find the same avenues closed.
Aesthetic surgery, popularly known as cosmetic surgery, has developed and become popular in the last decade because of increasing awareness and desire for self improvement. The demand for cosmetic surgery is at an all time high now.
Although almost all persons are benefited from aesthetic surgery, there are patients who are not good candidates for cosmetic surgery, either because of their unrealistic expectations, or technical limitations like age, and mental and physical health. If a patient is undergoing surgery for someone else's wishes, the chances of disappointment are very high.
In almost all cases (except few), the patient can go home the same day or requires only one day stay in the hospital. In the next few paragraphs, I shall give a brief synopsis about the various cosmetic surgery procedures that are performed, including Hair transplant, liposuction, facelift, breast surgery including breast enlargement, breast reduction, breast lift, enlarged male breast or gynaecomastia correction, nose surgery or rhinoplasty, baggy eyelids, etc.
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There are number of patients from Siliguri who are looking for advice on cosmetic surgery, hairloss treatment, baldness, hair replacement and also liposuction, breast augmentation/reduction, face and scar repair. We can help you find a good surgeon and a good clinic in Siliguri.
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About Siliguri : Siliguri (Pron: ʃɪlɪˈgʊəri) ( pronunciation (help·info)) is the administrative headquarters of Siliguri subdivision, a part of the Darjeeling district of West Bengal in India. Siliguri is situated on the banks of Mahananda River in the foothills of the Himalayas. It is a principal commercial, tourism, transportation, and educational centre in the northern part of West Bengal. It is also the transit point for air, road and railway traffic to the northeast states and the neighbouring countries of Nepal and Bhutan. Siliguri has been witnessing an economic boom in the organised retail, hospitality and real estate industries due to its strategic geographical location and subsequent growth of population. The antiquity of Siliguri is shrouded in mystery. According to Sailen Debnath, Siliguri means a heap of stones or pebbles; and in the nineteenth century often the area was called Silichaguri. Before the Sugauli Treaty in 1816 between British India and Nepal, Siliguri played as a transit point between Nepal and the hilly areas of Darjeeling (Doreje-liang) and ‘Karseong’. Sailen Debnath points out that before the rise of Nepal as an expanding power under Prithvi Narayan Shah (1769-1775), Siliguri area, as belonged to trans-Morang zone (i.e. at the meeting ground of western and eastern Morang), was a part of the southernmost fringe of the kingdom of Sikkim. Just to the south of Siliguri, at Phansideoa there was a river port having trade relations with Maldah and thereby with other areas of Bengal and Bihar. The Sikkimese and the Bhutanese (mainly via Kalimpong as it was under Bhutan since the beginning of the eighteenth century) used the river bank near Siliguri in order to go down the Mahananda with their merchandise to Phansideeoa. Siliguri gradually developed as a small town since 1835 when the British occupied Darjeeling; and more since 1865 when they occupied the whole of the Dooars and Kalimpong. The partition of India in 1947 and the creation of East Pakistan, paved the path of Siliguri becoming an indispensable transit point and strategically important area; and the same incident led to the rise of population because of the coming of immigrants. The city of Siliguri in its present form started from the bank of Mahananda to Saktigarh, a small village which is now in southern part of the city. When the British East India Company introduced railway to North East India, it enhanced the importance of the region. The population of the town continuously increased leading to its expansion because of the huge immigrants from Nepal, Southern Bhutan and adjacent Indian states apart from eastern Bengal.