Hospital to host open evening on surgery
Muscat, April 26, 2009
Muscat Private Hospital (MPH), a well-known medical facility, will hold an ‘open evening’ on cosmetic and reconstructive surgery, where leading professionals discuss the latest procedures and general advances.
The meeting is set to be held tomorrow (April 27) at the hospital’s refurbished Muscat Cosmetic Surgery Centre (MCSC), starting at 6 pm.
“Through the all new refurbished MCSC we hope to help fulfill the dreams of all those who aim to look and feel their best,” said Gary Dorahy, country manager - OMPC and hospital director, MPH.
“As one of the leading specialists in cosmetic treatments, MPH has the experience, latest therapies and the caring, professional staff to enhance a patient’s self-confidence by improving appearances,” he added.
“We at MPH also pride ourselves on providing an unrivalled aftercare service, to ensure every patient receives the best possible standard in care and results.”
The cosmetic surgery procedures available at MPH include breast augmentation, breast reduction, abdominoplasty (tummy tuck), liposuction (fat removal), rhinoplasty (nose reshaping), otoplasty (ear deformity correction), rhytedectomy (face lift), blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery), dermabrasion(scar removal) etc. – TradeArabia News Service
More Health & Environment Stories
- Obesity rate at 72pc among Saudi adults
- Bahrain ideal for artificial rain experiment
- Riyadh 'among most polluted cities'
- CGM acquires 3 European healthcare IT providers
- The age of genomic medicine dawns, finally
- Over 300 exhibitors for Saudi healthcare event
- Mackeen unveils document management solution
- Seha opens new clinics in Abu Dhabi, Al Ain
- SARS virus claims one more victim in Saudi
- New support group comes to overeaters' rescue
- RAK Hospital launches urinary clinic for women
- NBAD backs Emiratis on Antarctica trip
- Cut sugar intake drastically urges WHO
- Al khaliji to fund Qatar recycling plant
- Qatar researcher in 360km breast cancer run
- New facilitator to open in DHCC
- Many countries lack capacity to prevent hearing loss
- QUIT NOW: Passive smoking hurts kids' arteries
- San Francisco to ban plastic water bottles
- GSK wins home toothpaste award for Sensodyne
- E-integration vital to GCC healthcare industry
- Fakih IVF unveils two new genetic tests
- 2 die from H1N1 in Oman
- Al Noor Hospitals targets domestic growth
- Medical panel on the way in Bahrain
- 40pc of UAE adults ‘have hypertension’
- Saudi diabetics urged to stay away from camels
- GCC readies plan to fight heart diseases
- Bahrain opens sickle cell hospital
- Hazardous waste focus for Oman summit