Both girls were born with cleft lips and palates, caused when the roof of the mouth and the lips fail to fuse together properly in the womb, causing disfigurement, speech problems and often malnutrition because children with the condition struggle to feed properly.
IT is not yet midday and, already, the temperature is marching past 30 degrees outside Sialkot Airport, opened 10 years to the relief of travellers spared the gridlock of Islamabad or Lahore, traffic jostles for position.
A young man has helped 10 children with cleft lip and palates undergo treatment in Pakistan after his face was transformed by a Hull surgeon. Jack Smith, 21, underwent five operations on the NHS after he was born with a cleft lip and palate.
During a recent trip to Multan, Pakistan (December 2016) Mr Riaz, on behalf of OPSA of which he is a trustee, was delighted to be able to hand over a Doppler Machine to the Burns Unit in Multan, Pakistan.
During his trip to Multan, Pakistan in December 2016, Mr Riaz was honoured to be invited to open the newly established Seminar/Conference Room and Medical Library at the Burns & Plastic Surgery Unit situated at the Nishtar Medical College and Hospital in Multan.
In the fascinating 45-minute live surgery video, and accompanying Powerpoint webinar, Muhammad talks us through his unique approach, and makes this technique look easy, which could not be further from the reality!
Cosmetic surgeons will be named and shamed for poor practice for the first time as part of a Government crackdown. Clinics offering high-risk surgery will be publicly rated online, after fears that thousands of botched operations are going unreported because the industry is badly regulated.
Mrs A M came to see Mr Riaz after reading the article in the 2016 edition of Tatler Beauty & Cosmetic Surgery Guide. She was directed by Tatler to Mr Riaz’ web-site where she read the case report detailing the first `R` Face Lift performed for an Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome patient.
When I first walked into the Plastic Surgery unit as a junior registrar at Castle Hill Hospital, Hull, UK and met Dr M Riaz Malik, I did not realise that in the coming years, he would totally change my impression of the “Pakistani Plastic Surgeon”. Humble, polite and soft-spoken, Dr M Riaz Malik is a dedicated Plastic Surgeon, who is admired by his patients, respected by his colleagues and is also an obedient son, a dedicated father, a loving husband and a proud Pakistani.
Biplane muscle-splitting (BMS) breast augmentation is a relatively recent addition to the array of mammaplasty tech-niques. Although this method has become popular since its introduction by Baxter1 and Khan,2 an anatomic basis for safely splitting the pectoralis major has not been described. We sought to delineate the surgical anatomy of the BMS pocket that confers the aesthetic benefits of this method without potentially damaging potential morbidity of the pectoral nerves injury.