Dermatological procedures are as common as any medical procedure can get. These procedures are either done to prevent or cure a disease or condition, or for cosmetic purposes. With major advancement in various fields of medicine in India, including dermatology, there has been an intense escalation in the demand for these procedures in India. And with the aid of medical tourism, these services, treatments and procedures have become available to those beyond our borders. We at CGC, can get you in touch with some of the best doctors in India, who are internationally renowned for their skill, knowledge and medical expertise.

Hospitals in India are world-renowned for their advanced medical infrastructure, affordability and standard of quality. The skin doctors and skin care specialists associated with us, offer the best in advanced dermatology, from medical and dietary remedies to curative and cosmetic surgery.

Skin, being the largest organ or sensory organ in the body is more susceptible to disease, abnormalities and growths than any other organ. Apart from these vulnerabilities, skin is also very likely to get scarred and/or defective when bruised, cut, burnt or damaged. Both dermatology and its cosmetic sub classification, specialize in treating conditions, related to skin, hair and nails to improve one’s appearance, health or both. The most sought after dermatological treatment procedures and cosmetic surgeries our experts specialize in include laser surgery, chemical peel, anti-aging and treatment of sun-damaged skin, and acne scar removal.

Laser Surgery:

Laser Surgeries are procedures commonly used in the removal of diseased soft tissue and in cosmetic surgery. The process used laser beams, which are special light beams in place of surgical instruments, to achieve the prevention or cure of medical conditions, or a desired cosmetic outcome. Laser is commonly used to destroy (or shrink) tumors, seal blood-vessels, dental procedures, tattoo removal, hair removal, scar removal, and the removal of birthmarks.

Our panel of medical experts to help determine which course of treatment is best for you, after which we can proceed with planning your travel, treatment and stay.


Lasik eye surgery is one of the most common eye correction surgeries performed across the world. It is a procedure through which the shape of the cornea is altered to improve vision and to eliminate the need for spectacles or contact lens. It is a type of refractive laser surgery and the term “Lasik” stands for laser in-situ keratomileusis. Lasik surgery is a procedure that is performed on patients with nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism.

Myopia (nearsightedness) is a condition that occurs because of the elongation of the eyeball and Hyperopia (farsightedness) is a similar condition that arises due to the shortening of the eyeball. In both cases, the light that comes into the eye is not properly focused on the retina which makes it difficult to either see objects that are far or near. Through Lasik eye surgery, a thin layer of the cornea, the transparent layer in front of the eye, is removed to correct the refractive error.

The procedure is carried out after information is gathered from pre-operative tests such as a detailed optical map of the eye from wavefront scans and corneal topography.

Patients can recover in a few days and vision improves within a day of the surgery as it takes only about 3 to 6 hours for the surface cell layers to heal. Lasik surgery has proven to correct vision in most cases and the patient suffers very little pain after the surgery. In most cases, patients who undergo Lasik surgery do not require corrective eyewear. Therefore, the procedure not only improves vision but also has a positive impact on the quality of life of the patient.

However, results are not the same for everyone and like any medical procedure there are risks involved. It is a necessity to consider all the risks with a surgeon prior to the surgery. Our surgeons have the experience and ability to perform such surgeries with utmost precision.

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Dental tourism also known as dental vacations is the dental division of Medial Tourism. It generally involves travelling to another country to avail dental services and treatments that are either not available or affordable at one’s home country. Dental procedures in many countries are either extremely expensive or are unavailable due to lack of technology or practitioners.

With a growing number of orthodontists and affordable dental procedures, India has become one of the best countries for dental tourism. At CGC, we are associated with several world-renowned healthcare institutions and hospitals. We can help get you connected with the right person for the job, by determining exactly what you need. The dental clinics and hospitals we are connected with specialize in various dental procedures. Some of these include,

  1. Cosmetic dentistry,
  2. Tooth implants,
  3. Root Canals,
  4. Teeth whitening,
  5. Dentures,
  6. Oral Surgery,
  7. And other Dental works.

The main advantage of Dental Tourism (and medical tourism on the whole) is the advantage of lower pricing. There are a wide range of procedures that span across cosmetic, preventive, and corrective dentistry that are available in hospitals in India. In addition to these services being comparatively more affordable, they are provided by esteemed and renowned names in the dental divisions of surgery and medicine.

Cosmetic dentistry includes some of the most sought after procedures like whitening, reshaping, and bonding to improve one’s dental appeal. Additionally, Hospitals in India is well known for the availability of advanced dental equipment to facilitate an immeasurable number of procedures. Dental Tourism in India has paved a way for people in need of specialist procedures like oral surgery, root canals and dental implants, to avail these services with ease.

Our services start with a simple valuation and determination of your needs, compiling a complete solution to all your ailments. You can get in touch with our panel of experts to get an estimate of certain procedures, to get an idea of the pros and cons of any medical or surgical treatment, and to get your problems looked at.

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Unlike an open heart surgery, there is lower risk of infection as the breastbone is not cut.

Minimally invasive heart surgery also known as keyhole surgery, limited access or port hole surgery, is performed on or inside the heart using small incisions. Doctors may recommend a minimally invasive bypass surgery to patients who have a block in one or two coronary arteries. A block in the artery is caused by the buildup of plaque which partially or totally cuts off the supply of oxygen rich blood to the heart. When the heart is deprived of sufficient blood the patient may suffer from severe chest pain (angina).  

During a bypass surgery the surgeon makes a surgical cut that is about 3 to 5 inches in the left of your chest to reach your heart. The muscles in the area are pushed aside and a small part of the front rib (costal cartilage) is removed.  An artery in the chest is found and attached to the coronary artery that is blocked to create a new route for oxygen rich blood to reach the heart.

Patients who undergo a minimally invasive heart bypass surgery would have a shorter recovery time than patients who undergo a traditional open heart surgery. Unlike an open heart surgery the breastbone is not cut and only small incisions are made. Therefore there is lower risk of infection, bleeding and blood transfusion. The patient can return to normal life and perform activities including driving almost immediately.

Minimally invasive coronary bypass surgery has revolutionized the way heart surgeries are performed. We at CGC, help you get in touch with some of the best doctors and hospitals in India that are equipped with a state of the art technology and equipment to perform these procedures successfully.

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This is one of the safest and most effective standard orthopedic procedures.

Knee replacement Surgery is performed to replace the surface of the knee joint. The main aim of this procedure is to reduce or eliminate pain, discomfort and disability. These ailments are usually caused as a result of severe Rheumatoid Arthritis, Psoriatic Arthritis and Osteoarthritis. Knee replacement may include replacing a part of or the complete knee joint.

Total knee replacement surgery is a procedure where the entire knee joint is replaced with artificial plastic and metal components. Total knee replacement (TKR) is the traditional method for treating a damaged or diseased knee. This is one of the safest and most effective standard orthopedic procedures. Rapid advancement in surgical techniques and artificial knee prosthesis over the last few years brought about significant increase in the success and functionality knee prosthesis. This resulted in increased demand for the procedure to treat various conditions. Total knee replacement procedures, in our hospitals include:

  • Unilateral
  • Bilateral
  • Complex Primary TKR
  • TKR Revision

Partial knee replacement surgery, unlike total knee arthroplasty requires only the damaged part of the knee to be replaced or resurfaced with metal and plastic components. The procedure in our hospitals can either be:

  • Unilateral – Partial replacement of one knee.
  • Bilateral – Partial replacement of both knees.

Partial knee replacement surgery requires a smaller incision when compared to total knee replacement. This means less hospital stay and a faster recovery. In some cases, patients who undergo partial knee replacements require additional surgery or revision. Revision is necessary if there is limitation of motion of the knee, caused by scar tissue formation. Additional surgery is required to treat damage to the part of the knee that is not replace