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Abstract

AYURVEDIC ASPECT ON COSMETIC SURGERY

Dr. Priyanka Ganguly*, Dr. Rajeev G. Dole and Dr. Om Prakash Dave

ABSTRACT

Beauty is a characteristic Features of human being which provides pleasure or satisfaction. So for getting makeover & beautification, Men and Women both Generation are going under surgical knife, So, because of that every year 14.2 million cosmetic surgery is being performed in worldwide. Cosmetology is the study and application of beauty treatment that has the aim to improve the appearance of either male or female as well as it is restoring the normalcy of any scar and reconstructing the affected human body part to provide normal function. The modern medical system only makes importance over the external beauty, therefore Ayurvedic science giving the importance over the Internal & external both beauty simultaneously because healthy lifestyle and internal happiness also reflecting over the human appearance. In 600 BC Acharya Susruta described various cosmetic surgical procedures like Sandhana Karma or Plasty as Karna Sandhana (Otoplasty), Nasa Sandhana (Rhinoplasty), Ostha Sandhana (Cheiloplasty), as well as Anushastra Karma or para surgical procedure as Ksharakarm (Alkaline cauterization), Agnikarma (Thermal Cauterization), Raktamokshana (Blood letting) and Vaikritapaharana karma (Restoration of the normalcy) which afterwards becoming the great inspiration for modern cosmetic surgery. So, this paper aims to enlighten & encompass the concept of Ayurvedic Aspect on Cosmetic Surgery.

Keywords: Cosmetic surgery, Anushastra karma, Sandhana Karma, Vaikritapaharana.


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