Dr. Debraj Shome Trains with Dr. Wolfgang Gubisch at World’s Top Rhinoplasty Centre in Germany

Dr. Debraj Shome Trains with Dr. Wolfgang Gubisch at World’s Top Rhinoplasty Centre in Germany Dr. Debraj Shome, one of India’s leading cosmetic and plastic surgeons, has recently trained in cutting-edge rhinoplasty techniques with Dr. Wolfgang Gubisch, the world’s best rhinoplasty surgeon, at Marienhospital, Stuttgart, Germany. Dr. Wolfgang Gubisch has been serving as the Senior Director of the Facial Plastic Surgery Clinic in Marienhospital. Recognised as the world’s best rhinoplasty surgeon, Dr. Gubisch has won innumerable awards, honours and commendations over the years. He was selected as the President of German Aesthetic-Plastic Surgeons in 2010, and has been serving as the Chairman of the Council of Experts of the German Nose Surgeons since 2007. He is a member of various associations including the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, International Confederation for Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery, European Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery, and European Rhinology Society, among others.

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About Dr. Debraj Shome

Dr. Debraj Shome- Facial Plastic Surgeon in Mumbai, India

Dr. Debraj Shome – Founder, The Esthetic Clinics, is a top facial plastic surgeon. Dr. Shome is currently a Consultant at the best Mumbai hospitals like Saifee Hospital, Breach Candy Hospital, Nanavati Hospital & Apollo Spectra Hospital in Mumbai, India. He has 40+ research papers in the best international journals, numerous presentations at conferences & many awards such as “Best Plastic Surgeon in Mumbai”, “Best Plastic Surgeon in India”, Best Cosmetic Surgeon in India”, “Best Cosmetic Surgeon in Mumbai”, “Breakthrough Innovator in Facial Plastic Surgery” etc. A celebrity plastic surgeon, Dr. Shome believes plastic, reconstructive & cosmetic face surgery can allow you to lead a more fulfilled life….Read more

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