Fellowship in Facial Plastic Surgery and Facial Cosmetic Surgery



To establish standards of qualification for facial plastic and facial cosmetic surgeons.

  • To improve and broaden the opportunities for comprehensive education and training of facial plastic surgery and facial cosmetic surgery.
  • Recognizes the exact place as well as importance of cosmetic problems and needs in the context of the health priorities of the country
  • Practice the speciality of Facial plastic and facial cosmetic surgery in keeping with the principles of professional ethics
  • Identify social, economic, biological and emotional determinants of facial plastics or facial
    cosmetic surgery.
  • Know the therapeutic, rehabilitative, preventive and promotional measures to provide holistic care to clients.
  • Take detailed history, judge patient’s mental makeup, perform full physical examination and
    make a clinical diagnosis
  • Order and interpret relevant investigations (Imaging and laboratory)
  • Perform and interpret important diagnostic procedures
  • Diagnose conditions based on the analysis of history, physical examination and investigative work up
  • Prepare a plan of management or alternative plans. In case of multiple aesthetic needs, he prepares a master plan and executes them in stages
  • Demonstrates communication skills of a high order, in explaining these plans to the clients in a simplest way so it helps them choose one most suitable. Utilizes the same communication skills during consultation, progress narration and community education
  • Develop skills as a self-directed learner, recognize continuing educational needs; use appropriate learning resources and critically analyze relevant published literature in order to practice evidence based medicine
  • Manage emergencies efficiently and handle unforeseen situations and complications safely
  • Demonstrate skills in documentation of case details as well as of morbidity and mortality data





Theory – [20 hours ]

A. General Outline 


  • The fundamentals of Pharmacology, Chemistry, Pathology, Physiology, Microbiology, Immunology, and wound healing as applicable to Facial Plastic & Facial Cosmetic Surgery.
  • Basic Life Support, Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Shock, Management of Medical and
    Surgical Emergencies.
  • Medico legal and psychological aspects of Facial Plastic Surgery & Facial Cosmetic
  • Photographic Reproduction – Use of equipment, Use of images (e.g. Medical
  • Records/Publication/Presentation), Patient’s right to privacy.
  • Outpatient/Office Clinic Management.


  • Pre and Perioperative Assessment and Management of Patient. Fluid, electrolyte equilibrium and Acid-base Balance
  • Basic Principles of Surgery- Instrumentation and Sterilisation, Sutures, and suturing techniques
  • Indications for and complications of different facial approaches and incisions


  • Preoperative and postoperative assessment of patients with common Hair, Facial or Cosmetic Problems.
  • Skills of analysis and diagnostic synthesis, judgement, counselling, surgical planning for facial cosmetic surgery & prepare an overall management plan for a given patient.
  • Assessment of face in terms of harmonious aesthetic units and evaluate the interrelationships of each
  • Various lesions of the facial skin and how to differentiate between malignant and benign lesions and different types of malignant lesions.


  • Identify normal facial, orbital, maxillary and relevant nasal and paranasal sinus anatomy on imaging.
  • Basic (eg, Radiographs of the face, including OPG, Lateral views of the Face, PA Skull, Submentovertex View, Cephalomatric analysis of face,
  • Indications for more advanced imaging studies (eg, CT, CECT, MRI, magnetic resonance angiogram [MRA], positron emission tomography [PET]- CT, bone scan, arteriography, ultrasound).
  • Explain the principles of plain films, CT, MRI, and ultrasound imaging relating to the head and neck with particular emphasis on the orbit.
  • Indications for the type of scan/imaging to order given the clinical setting, and be able to read the film or scan.
  • The use of investigations to analyse facial nerve injuries.


  • Intrinsic and Extrinsic changes aging changes
  • Anatomy and Physiology of ageing Face.
  • Classification and Nomenclature of terms related to ageing face.
  • Interpretation of accurate assessment and analysis of the patterns of face aging
  • Understanding psychology of the desire for antiaging interventions.
  •  The effects of sun exposure on the texture and elasticity of the skin and the patterns of aging.
  • Knowledge of the facial rejuvenation management and its Algorithms


  • Hair Anatomy and Histology
  • Anatomy of Scalp.
  • Surgical Ramifications in Scalp Anatomy.
  • Biology of Hair follicle.
  • Endocrine control of Hair Follicle.
  • Neuroimmunology of Hair Follicle
  • Asian Hair- Knowing the difference
  • Male and Female Pattern of Hair Loss
  • Unpatterned Hair Loss.
  • Initial Interview and Evaluation
  • Consultation, Planning and Hairline design
  • Pharmacotherapy, Non-Surgical treatment of Hair loss including PRP, QR678,
  • Role of emerging pharmacogenetics.
  • Surgical Planning and Evaluation.
  • Donor site Harvesting, Graft preparation, Recipient site preparation. Graft Harvesting, Survival, postoperative phase.
  • Special Cases:_ Grafting in Women and Transexual Males._ Hair transplantation in Asian and Black Patients._ Beard, Moustache and Eyebrow transplantation.
  • Secondary Problems and Complications.
  • Setting up an office
  • Future of Hair Transplantation- cloning, Stem cells, Follicular cell, New Tools.


  • Basic normal anatomy and physiology of the Face and Neck & its variations (eg, Superficial Musculo-Aponeurotic System (SMAS),
  • Muscles of Facial Expressions and Mastication, Innervation, origin, insertion and action of each muscle.
  • Facial nerve- origin, course, supply, Surgical anatomy and applied aspects
  • Muscles of Neck, Suprahyoid and Infrahyoid Muscles. Innervation and Function.
  • Fascial planes of the face, Neck and brow and the pattern of fascial compartments of the brow, face and neck.
  • Patient Selection for Face-life, Forehead lift and Brow life Surgery.
  • Cervicofacial Rhytidectomy. necklifting, including platysmaplasty.
  • Full face and neck lifting techniques, including full face lift, SMAS lift, mini lift, S lift and techniques for the same
  • Mid-face techniques, including SOOF lift, pre-auricular,Trans-temporal lifts.
  • Forehead lift techniques with relative indication for each techniques.
  • Endoscopic Face and Brow Lift.
  • Facelift and neck lift resuspension techniques
  • Concomitant/Ancillary procedure.
  • Revision face lift Surgeries.
  • Post-Surgical revisions.


  • Basic anatomy and physiology (eg, orbicularis, meibomian glands, Zeis glands, orbital septum, levator muscle, Müller muscle, Whitnall ligament, Lockwood ligament)
  • Basic mechanisms and indications for treatment of eyelid trauma (lid margin sparing, lid margin involving, canaliculus involving).
  • Mechanisms and indications for treatment of ptosis.
  • Mechanisms and indications for treatment of upper and lower eyelid retraction.
  • Mechanisms and indications for treatment of entropion and Ectropion
  • Minor lid and conjunctival procedures (eg, repair of small eyelid laceration including marginal, removal of benign eyelid lesions, conjunctival biopsy).
  • Perform more complicated lid procedures, including: Frontalis sling Lateral tarsal strip.
  • The mechanisms of and indications for eyelid reconstruction.
  • Genetics,clinical features, evaluation, and treatment of congenital eyelid ptosis. Clinical features, evaluation, syndromic association and management of congenital ptosis.
  • Clinical features, evaluation, and treatment of acquired myogenic ptosis (eg, oculopharyngeal muscular dystrophy, mitochondrial myopathies, myotonic dystrophy, myasthenia gravis).
  • Clinical features, evaluation, and treatment of acquired neurogenic ptosis (eg, third nerve palsy, Horner syndrome).
  • Perform complex ptosis repairs (eg, reoperations for height or contour abnormalities).
  • Perform complex lower eyelid procedures (eg, retraction using a spacer,cicatricial, entropion using a mucous membrane graft)
  • Indications for and perform medical and surgical treatment of floppy eyelid syndrome.
  • Perform more complicated eyelid procedures, including:Levator advancement Retractor reinsertion, Lower eyelid elevation, Upper eyelid recession,Eyebrow Elevation.
  • Perform advanced brow elevation techniques (eg, endoscopic, pretrichial, coronal).
  • Perform advanced eyelid reconstruction (eg, Hughes flap, Cutler-Beard procedure, tissue transfer, flaps, grafts).
  • Upper lid Blepharoplasty, Lowe lid Blepharoplasty, Canthopexy, Tarsorrhaphy.
  • Indications for and complications of, and perform more advanced eyelid reconstruction(eg, wedge/pentagonal block resection).
  • Revision Surgeries.
  • Orbitotomy for exploration, biopsy, and tumor removal using anterior, lateral, medial, and superior approaches; and orbital reconstruction.
  • Enucleation, evisceration, exenteration, and secondary implants of the orbit
  • Complex or difficult socket-related problems and complications (eg, extrusion of implants, contracted socket, anophthalmic enophthalmos)
  • Addressing the complications and their prevention.


  • Indications for and perform the examination techniques for the most common lacrimal abnormalities (eg, Schirmer test, dye disappearance test, punctal position, punctal dilation, canalicular probing, lacrimal probing and irrigation).
  • Advanced lacrimal anatomy and physiology (eg, lacrimal pump theories).
  • Identify indications for and interpret lacrimal imaging (eg, scintigraphy, cystography).
  • Indications for and complications of, and perform basic lacrimal procedures (eg, lacrimal drainage testing [irrigation, Jones Dye Tests 1 and 2], lacrimal probing, lacrimal intubation,).
  • The mechanisms and indications for treatment of more advanced lacrimal trauma (eg, nasolacrimal duct obstructions resulting from facial fractures).
  • Features, evaluation, and treatment of more complicated cases of nasolacrimal duct obstruction, canaliculitis, dacryocystitis, and acute and chronic dacryoadenitis.
  • The etiology, evaluation, and medical and surgical treatment of congenital tearing, acquired tearing, and trauma.
  •  Management of and treat lacrimal system abnormalities, including surgeries (eg, lacrimal probing, dacryocystectomy, dacryocystorhinostomy).


  • Describe the anatomy of the lips including embryology and growth (including nomenclature of different elements of the lips)
  • Etiology, Classification, Applied Surgical Anatomy of Lip Anomalies.
  • Blood supply of the lip, Nerve supply of the lip.
  • Cosmetic Surgical Lip technique including Sub nasal lip lift and Lip reduction including diagnosis, treatment option and complication


  • Anatomy of the ear including embryology and growth. (including Nomenclature of different elements of the ear)
  • Blood supply of the ear & Nerve supply of the ear.
  • External Ear deformities.
  • Techniques for Ear deformity including Davis and Mustarde Procedures.
  • Techniques for otoplasty & treatments for bat ears.
  • Repair of Tom and Gauged Ears.
  • Keloid Excision
  • Revision and Secondary Surgeries.
  • Complications of Ear Lobe repair.


  • Paranasal Sinus- Surgical and applied Anatomy.
  • Sinus surgery and endoscopy as related to periorbital and lacrimal processes.
  • Anatomy of the cartilaginous & bony skeleton of the nose, including the nasal septum, soft tissue structures, aesthetic units.
  • Basic Knowledge about the various deformities affecting the architecture of Nose.
  • Facial aesthetic considerations including the psychological implications of rhinoplasty surgery.
  • Nasal endoscopy as related to the management of lacrimal and periorbital processes.
  • Turbinectomy and nasal surgery as related to the management of lacrimal and periorbital processes.
  • External versus Endonasal technique.
  • Rhinoplasty techniques, including septoplasty, septo-rhinoplasty, tip refinement, rhinoplasty, alarplasty & complex rhinoplasty
  • Complication recognition and Management.


  • Bony Anatomy of Head and Neck and Face.(eg, facial, nasal, orbital bones, orbital foramina, paranasal sinuses, maxilla, mandible)
  • Basic mechanisms, Pathophysiology and indications for treatment of Maxillofacial fracture (eg, orbital fracture, blowout fractures of orbit, LeFort fracture, Zygomaticomaxillary complex [ZMC], naso-orbito-ethmoid [NOE])
  • Basic mechanisms, Pathophysiology and indications for treatment of Mandibular fractures,
  • Open and Closed Reduction of Fracture of Mandible including Condyle.
  • Paediatric and Geriatric Fractures.


  • TMJ-Surgical Anatomy
  • Applied Anatomy, Attachments, Disorders related to the Joint affecting the architecture of the face.
  • Subluxation and Dislocation.
  • Arthrocentesis.
  • TMJ Ankylosis and Treatment
  • Management of Complications


  1. Cleft Lip and Palate
  • Embryology Applied Surgical Anatomy
  • Etiology and Classification
  • Prenatal Diagnosis and Counselling of Parents
  • Management Protocols
  • Surgical Procedure of Cleft Lip and Palate Repair
  • Secondary Procedures, Palatal Fistula Repair
  • Scar Revision of Cleft Lip
  • Management of Complications


  • Historical Aspects
  • Classification of Facial Deformities
  • Patient Planning and Evaluation
  • Occlusal Evaluation and Model analysis
  • Profile assessment, Cephalometric analysis(soft tissue and bony), Dental relations
  • Operative procedures:
  1. Maxillary segmental surgery ( anterior maxillary, single tooth, posterior maxillary)
  2. Maxillary/ Mid face advancement and setback.( LeFort I, II and III procedure)
  3. Mandibular segmental surgery. ( vertical ramus, Inverted L, C- ramus, Anterior mandibular subapical)
  4. Mandibular advancement and setback. ( BSSO, Sagittal Split, Mandibular body)
  5. Procedures on the chin.
  6. Genioplasty ( reduction, agumentation, Sliding, double sliding, flip)
  • Complications and Management
  • Distraction osteogenesis, Distraction devices and options, Extraoral distractors’


  • Regional anatomy including graft donor sites frequently used (eg, cranial bone, ear, nose, temporal area, mouth and neck, abdomen, buttocks, legs, supraclavicular area, arm).
  • The mechanisms of Mucous membrane, nasal septal cartilage, and hard palate harvesting and grafting.
  • Mechanisms and techniques for rib cartilage harvesting.
  • Mechanisms and techniques for conchal and tragal cartilage harvesting.
  • Mechanisms and techniques for calvarial bone harvesting.
  • Mechanisms and techniques for deep temporal fascial harvesting.
  • Mechanisms and techniques for ischial bone harvesting.
  • Indications and techniques for temporal artery biopsy.


  • Types of and indications for various biomaterials, Implant selection.
  • Describe different types of Facial implants, including temporal fossa, malar, orbital, paranasal, mandibular angle ,tear trough, chin;
  • Indications, Preoperative planning, surgical placement, postoperative care and complications


  • Details of nuances of Face and Neck Fat including anatomy and treatment options such as cervicofacial liposuction, buccal fat pad reduction, fat transfer technique and submentoplasty.
  • Understanding the basic uses of standard, ultrasonic assisted and alternative liposuction modalities.
  • Liposuction techniques including wetting solutions.
  • Appreciation of the physiologic effect of tumescent fluid, its pharmacological composition and the symptoms, effect of lidocaine toxicity.
  • Techniques and instrumentation (Suction assisted, Power Assisted,Ultrasonic Assisted )
  • Clinical application,Complications and management
  • Techniques of non-surgical liposuction including high intensity focused ultrasound, radio-frequency and others mechanisms of fat harvesting and using the lipocution aspirate for facial rejuvenation


i. Injectable Fillers:

  • Contemporary Injectable fillers and types.
  • Composition, indications and use in Upper, Mid and Lower face and related anatomical structures such as lips, folds, brows, tear trough, check, nose, jowl with related local anesthetic techniques.
  • Detailed recognition and treatment of complications including intravascular injections, filler reversal with hyaluronidase, infection and granulomas.

ii. Neuromodulators (Neurotoxins):

  • The various types of botulinum toxins available, their dilution techniques, injection techniques
  • Botulinum toxins, history, physiology, clinical use.
  • Comtemporatory clinical use in all common treatments in the upper, mid and lower face and neck
  • Ancillary uses in hyperhidrosis, migraine headache, TMJ and MPDS.

iii. Facial Threads:

  • Various types of facial threads
  • Facial thread lifting techniques
  • Indications of thread lift.
  • Anatomical understanding for thread lift
  • Addressing the complications and their prevention.

iv. Micropigmentation:

  • Various material used for micropigmentation
  • Micropigmentation techniques
  • Scalp micropigmentation
  • Eybrow micropigmenation
  • Lip micropigmentation


i. Chemical Peels:

  • The formulation and application of chemical peeling agents
  • Indication and use of each agent.
  • The art and science of Chemical peeling including patient selection, Pre-treatment, treatment and post-treatment
  • Recognition and treatment of complications.

ii. Laser Skin Resurfacing:

  • Traditional and Fractional Laser skin resurfacing
  • Details about patient selection, treatment options of light, medium and aggressive techniques, pre and post-operative care.
  • The appropriate use of laser for facial plastic surgical and facial rejuvenation procedures, including carbon dioxide (CO2) laser, pulsed CO2, erbium, Q switched Nd YAG, Diode laser, argon, potassium titanyl phosphate (KTP) laser, and related lasers.
  • Techniques for facial resurfacing, including CO2 laser and dermabrasion techniques.
  •  Recognition and treatment of resurfacing complications

Practical [4320 hours]

  • Performing and Assisting Major Surgical Procedures
  • Performing Minor Surgical Procedures
  • Daily OPD Duties
  • Pre-Operative and Post-Operative Care and Follow-up

Hospital Work [1440 hours]




  1. Hair transplantation- FUT
  2. Hair transplantation- FUE
  3. Beard Hair transplantation
  4. Non- Surgical Hair rejuvenation using PRP
  5. Non- Surgical Hair rejuvenation using PRF
  6. Cervicofacial Rhytidectomy
  7. Necklift using platysmaplasty
  8. Full face lift
  9. SMAS lift
  10. Mini face lift
  11. S lift
  12. Mid-face – SOOF lift
  13. Mid-face-Pre-auricular lift
  14. Mid-face- Trans-temporal lifts
  15. Forehead lift
  16. Endoscopic Face lift
  17. Endoscopic Brow Lift
  18. Face lift resuspension surgery
  19. Neck lift resuspension surgery
  20. Revision face lift Surgery
  21. Non-surgical face lift using Ulthera
  22. Non-surgical facelift using Threads
  23. Upper eyelid blepharoplasty
  24. Lower eyelid blepharoplasty
  25. Double eyelid Surgery
  26. LPS resection Surgery for Ptosis
  27. LPS Plication Surgery for Ptosis
  28. Tarso-frontal sling surgery for Ptosis
  29. Muller muscle resection surgery for Ptosis
  30. Lateral tarsal strip surgery for Lower lid tightening
  31. Canthopexy for Lower lid ectropion
  32. Canthoplasty surgery for Lower lid tightening
  33. Tarsorrhaphy surgery for eyelids
  34. Eyelid reconstruction surgeries
  35. Eyelip implant surgery
  36. Lacrimal probing
  37. Dacryocystectomy
  38. Dacryocystorhinostomy (DCR) procedure
  39. Orbitotomy
  40. Orbital Enucleation Surgery
  41. Orbital Evisceration Surgery
  42. Orbital Exenteration Surgery
  43. Orbital Implant Placement Surgery
  44. Gullwing lip lift surgery
  45. Subnasal Lip Lift Surgery
  46. Modified upper lip lift surgery
  47. Lip reduction surgery
  48. Ear augmentation surgery
  49. Otopexy
  50. Otoplasty
  51. Turbinoplasty
  52. Turbinectomy
  53. FESS
  54. Cosmetic Rhinoplasty Surgery
  55. Septoplasty
  56. Alar plasty
  57. Nasal Tip refinement surgery
  58. Secondary Rhinoplasty in cleft cases
  59. Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty using threads
  60. Non-surgical rhinoplasty using dermal fillers
  61. Frontal bone fracture repair surgery
  62. Orbital fracture Surgery
  63. LeFort fracture surgery
  64. NOE complex repair surgery
  65. Panfacial repair surgery
  66. Zygomatic complex fracture repair surgery
  67. Maxillary fracture repair surgery
  68. Nasal bone fracture repair surgery
  69. Mandibular symphysis, parasymphysis and angle fracture repair surgery
  70. Condylar and sub-condylar fracture repair surgery
  71. Paediatric bone fracture repair surgery
  72. Geriatric Fracture repair surgery
  73. TMJ ankylosis surgery with gap arthroplasty and interpositional graft
  74. TMJ ankylosis surgery with distractor placement
  75. Cleft lip repair surgery
  76. Cleft palate repair surgery
  77. Palatal fistula repair surgery
  78. Maxillary segmental surgery
  79. Maxillary/ Mid face advancement and setback.
  80. Mandibular segmental surgery.
  81. Mandibular advancement and setback.
  82. Reduction Genioplasty
  83. Augmentation Genioplasty
  84. Sliding Genioplasty
  85. Scar revision surgery
  86. Cheek implant surgery
  87. Chin implant surgery
  88. Cervicofacial liposuction surgery
  89. Cervicofacial fat reduction procedure using deoxycholic acid injection
  90. Buccal fat pad reduction surgery
  91. Reduction of masseter using botox injection
  92. Fat augmentation procedure for antiageing and facial rejuvenation
  93. Dermal filler procedure for Upper facial rejuvenation
  94. Dermal filler procedure for mid facial rejuvenation
  95. Dermal filler procedure for lower facial rejuvenation
  96. Dermal filler procedure of Under eye hollowness
  97. Dermal filler procedure for nasolabial folds
  98. Dermal filler procedure of cheek augmentation
  99. Dermal filler procedure of cheek augmentation
  100. Dermal filler procedure of chin augmentation
  101. Dermal filler procedure of lip augmentation
  102. Subscision and filler for acne scar correction
  103. Botulinum toxin injection procedure for chemical brow lift
  104. Botulinum toxin injection for upper facial rejuvenation
  105. Botulinum toxin injection for MPDS
  106. Chemical peel procedure for acne mark correction
  107. Chemical peel procedure for melasma
  108. Chemical peel procedure for face dullness
  109. Dermal abrasion procedure for Facial Skin resurfacing
  110. Fractional CO2 Laser procedure for acne scar correction
  111. Fractional CO2 Laser procedure for facial scar correction
  112. Fractional CO2 Laser procedure for anti-aging
  113. Surgical CO2 Laser procedure for removal of Skin tags ad warts
  114. Surgical CO2 Laser procedure for mole removal
  115. Diode Laser procedure for Hair removal
  116. Nd: YAG Laser for Facial pigment reduction
  117. Nd: YAG Laser for Facial Hair Bleaching
  118. Nd: YAG Laser for Tattoo removal
  119. Scalp micropigmentation procedure
  120. Eyebrow micropigmentation procedure
  121. Lip micropigmentation procedure




  1. Introduction to cosmetic skin rejuvenation
  2. Details Products,devices and techniques used for cosmetic rejuvenation
  3. Chemical Peels
  • Introduction
  • Usage and method
  • Details about each peels
  • Black peel, Glycolic acid peel, Kojic acid peel, Yellow peel, Combination Peel
  • Contraindications
  1. Lasers
  • Introduction
  • Indications and usage of various LASERS
  • Fractional CO2 LASER
  • Surgical CO2 LASER
  • Q-Switch LASER
  • Hair removal LASER
  • Pigment reduction laser LASER
  • High intensity focused ultrasound
  • Usage and Indications
  • Techniques
  1. Glutathione Injections
  2. Skin Rejuvenation Conditions and Indications
  • Skin Lightening
  • Skin brightening
  • Skin smoothening
  • Scar removal
  • Anti-Aging
  • Acne
  • Acne Scars
  • Open pores
  • Pigmentation
  • Melasma
  • Double tone of Skin
  • Under-eye dark circles
  • Spider telengectecia
  • Tattoo removal
  • Skin tags, Wart, Mole removal
  1. Cosmeceuticals, Nutraceuticals Details about Skin Products


  1. Blepharoplasty
  2. Rhinoplasty
  3. Face Lifts
  4. Brow Lifts
  5. Lip Reconstruction
  6. Scar Revision Surgery
  7. Liposuction
  8. Skin Grafting
  9. Micropigmentation
  10. Sclerotherapy
  11. Moles and Tags Removal
  12. Wart Removal
  13. Ear Lobe Repair
  14. Nail Surgeries
  15. Cyst Excision
  16. Skin Biopsy
  17. Wound repairs
  18. Acne Scar Revision
  19. Chemical Cautery
  20. Laser Ablation

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The Esthetic Clinics ™ are a group of world-class centers, dedicated to plastic surgery & skin care of the entire body. We practice evidence-based medicine & perform cosmetic surgery for beauty, plastic surgery for birth abnormalities, plastic surgery for fractures, trauma & cancer induced facial deformities, provide laser surgery & many cosmetic solutions for skin cosmesis.

The Esthetic Clinics believes that being an aesthetic caregiver is a path of great responsibility and a relationship of a lifetime. Our patients stick with us for long periods of time, often decades.

This allows us to know them, their faces, their skin and their desires intimately and suggest changes which actually keeps them looking better and better, with time. Our belief is The Esthetic

Clinics were voted as the “Most Promising & Innovative Cosmetic Clinics 2016” at the historic

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The Esthetic Clinics have been rated by the Times Health Survey 2019, 2020 and 2021 (Survey by the Times of India, India’s top most newspaper) as being one of the top Clinics in Plastic

Surgery, Cosmetic Surgery, Dermatology, Cosmetology and Trichology in Mumbai, India, for these three consecutive years. This again highlights our status and recognition as one of the Best

Plastic Surgery, Cosmetic Surgery, Skin and Hair Care and Dentistry Clinics in India.



The International Academy of Facial Cosmetic Surgery (IAFCS) was set up to correct the lacunae in training in Cosmetic Surgery globally.

The IAFCS aims to provide state of the art and cutting edge medical aesthetic training to medical professionals looking to improve their practice and/or open a new practice. Facial Training Academy has a unique model, providing quality, comprehensive medical aesthetic training.

  • Focus on Quality: Our primary focus is on providing quality trainingto medical professionals. Our training modules and workshops are designed by knowledgeable and trained experts of the field and we only use up to date training materials & methods.
  • Hands on Training on live models: Training is never complete, just by observing. Having enough expertise in evaluating actual patents, assisting in their aesthetic procedures & having enough hands on patients, are all critical elements in learning to set up practices & deal with real life situations.
  • Practice management skills: We deliver & teach comprehensive practice management skills to enable our participants to open their own practices, after completing the course. This will include practical tips, marketing & financial advice and guidance on equipment purchase.
  • Training even after the completion of the course: We believe in helping all our present and pest participants to expand their knowledge continuously. Our course model includes monthly newsletters, and training manual and upgradation courses that will help the practitioners keep up to date with the latest changes and innovations, in order to help their practice.
  • Accreditation: All courses of the IAFCS are accredited by the prestigious Indian Society Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery (ISFPRS).



Professor Dr. Debraj Shome is the first and the only surgeon in Asia to be American Board Certified in Facial Cosmetic Surgery (Diplomate, American Board of Facial Cosmetic Surgery). Dr. Shome is one of the few International members of the American Society of Ophthalmic Plastic & Reconstructive surgery (ASOPRS), from India. He was honored with the extremely eminent Davies Foundation Grant

Award by the Royal College of Surgeons, Glasgow, United Kingdom in 2010.

  • Internationally trained in Facial Plastic Surgery & Facial Cosmetic Surgery with 14 years experience
  • Allergan Key Opinion Leader for Asia Pacific region
  • More than 200 doctors trained globally in Facial Aesthetics
  • More than 50 peer reviewed international publications in Facial Cosmetic Surgery
  • Winner of Multiple Awards for his pioneering work




Indian of the Year, 2017


Dr. Rinky Kapoor “Best Cosmetic Dermatologist in India, 2016

Dr. Debraj Shome ”Best Cosmetic Surgeon in India, 2016




Dr. Kapoor is a world renowned Skin Specialist (Dermatologist), Dermato-surgeon expert and Cosmetic Dermatologist, and serves in fulfilling the growing demand in Hair, Skin and Nail care.

  • Awarded the WCD 2011 Scholarship to attend the World Congress of Dermatology in Seoul, South Korea
  • Recipient of the International Society of Dermatology Fellowship in the year 2008 from National Science Skin Centre, Singapore
  • Cosmetic Dermatologist, Dermatosurgeon & Director – The Esthetic Clinics
  • Member IADVL Acne Task Force, 2021-22
  • More than 30 papers in Top International Research Journals and 2 International Patents
  • Co-Founder and Inventor of the QR678 Hair Growth Therapy
  • Trained from the Top Dermatologists in USA & Singapore
  •  Awarded by Multiple Agencies as the Best Dermatologist in India



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  • Duration: 12 months
  • Theory Lectures: 20 hours – 20 lectures
  • Practical – 4320 hours
  • Hospital Work – 1440 hours
  • Stipend – Stipend will be paid to the chosen candidates from the 7th month
  • Future Prospects – A chance to own a franchise of The Esthetic Clinics or join the team of The Esthetic Clinics as a Consultant, post your Fellowship training




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