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Meet Dr. K. M. Kapoor

Dr. K M Kapoor is one of India's finest and most respected Aesthetic Plastic Surge-ons. He has been working in Fortis Hospital (one of India’s top, JCI accredited, hos-pital chains) as a Senior Consultant since 2001 and simultaneously running his own private practice at Anticlock Medispa ever since. ‘Anticlock’ is now a well-known non-surgical treatment destination in Chandigarh.

  • In just a few years out of medical school, he was operating upon clients from Bollywood, India and medical tourists were flying in from overseas (including patients from USA, UK, Canada, Dubai, Singapore, Australia, Kuwait, Italy, Spain and Nigeria) to get operated from him. His contribution to bringing Chandigarh on Medical Tourism map of India earned him an 'Award of Excel-lence' in 2011 by Union Tourism Minister of India.
  • Dr. Kapoor is known to adhere to the ethical principles and international sur-gical standards while striving to achieve as natural results as possible. He does not believe in the concept of office surgery and prefers a hospital setup for surgical practice, keeping patient safety in mind.
  • Apart from exceptional surgical skills, what takes Dr. Kapoor’s surgical acu-men a notch higher is his keen aesthetic sense, which helps him achieve a fine balance with the results. His aim is to give beautiful results while making all effort to avoid giving ‘over the top’ and overly dramatic results that ag-gressive surgeons sometimes tend to give.
  • A huge part of Dr. Kapoor’s success as a cosmetic surgeon is attributed to his trademark patience and listening skills. He is known for effort he puts in to know what the client wants, understanding his/her concerns and weaving his surgical skills around that to give the most natural results. He doesn’t hesi-tate to give his honest opinion even if it results in sending a client back home without a procedure he/she has come looking for, if that is in the best inter-ests of the patient.
  • He has been very quick to adopt the newer noninvasive procedures that give good results, advocating them instead of making a client undergo an avoida-ble surgery. He thus combines pragmatism with his surgical excellence and hence is one of the most trusted aesthetic plastic surgeon in India.
  • Dr. K M Kapoor is a certified international trainer for Anti-wrinkle injections and fillers and has conducted scores of trainings, workshops, lectures all over Asia (including China, Singapore, Indonesia, Taiwan, Korea, Malaysia and In-dia), Europe (including London, Poland, Germany and Spain), South Africa (in-cluding Melbourne and Gold Coast) and South Africa, under the aegis of Al-lergan Medical Institute and various national and international Dermatology & Plastic Surgery conferences. He has also led many ‘train the trainer’ pro-grams in many countries.
  • His focus on chalking out tailor-made treatment plans based on sound know-ledge of facial anatomy and its variation by ethnicity, thus helping to achieve very natural results have made him a very popular trainer.

Work Experience

Fortis Hospital - Mohali, Chandigarh

Associated as Senior Cosmetic Surgeon at Cosmetic Surgery Division of Fortis Hospital, Mohali / Chandigarh, the topmost private Hospital of North India.

Allergan Medical Institute

Associated with Allergan as a leading aesthetician, conducting various National & International Workshops & Masterclasses on injectables and facial anatomy.


One of the Youngest
Undergraduates to enter Medical School

Having developed a keen interest in Life Sciences early on, he was very clear that he wanted to serve the society by becoming a physician. His hard work and determination made him one of theyoungest undergraduates to enter medical school at the young age of 17 years at Government Medical College, Patiala

Plastic Surgery

During his post-graduation he developed a keen interest in facial aesthetics and started spending a lot of time reading Leonardo Da Vinci’s notes on pro-portions and movement of human figure. His interest in art and aesthetics along with impeccable surgical skills saw him get accepted to India’s premier institute – Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research, com-pleting his MCh (Magister of Chirurgiae) in Plastic Surgery in 2001. It was a time when the field was undergoing a massive change in India and he could devote his passion to the very upcoming field of Cosmetic Plastic Surgery

General Surgery

He is an MBBS (General Surgery) from Govt. Medical College, Punjabi University, Patiala, India.After earning an MBBS degree in 1994, he pursued an MS in General Sur-gery, completing it in 1997

Plastic Surgery

Dr. Kapoor also holds a DNB degree in Plastic Surgery that makes him a Na-tional Board certified surgeon in India.

Healthcare Management

What’s more, his quest for knowledge also led him to pursue MBA in Health-care Management from Sikkim Manipal University, India, successfully earning another Masters degree in 2010.



Kamath Memorial Award

Kamath Memorial Award for best poster presentation titled "Single stage reconstruction for traumatic amputation of penis" at 34th Annual Conference of Association of Plastic Surgeon of India at Goa, India in 1999.


Best Paper Award

Best paper award for paper titled "Palliation with Mousseau Barbin tube in carcinoma oesophagus". In Young Surgeon's Forum at the Association of Surgeons of India Conference (Northern chapter) at Faridabad, India in 1995.


Master of Surgery

First Position in MS (Master of Surgery) exam conducted by Punjabi University, Patiala.


Award of Excellence

He has been awarded an 'Award of Excellence' in 2011 by union tourism minister of India , Mr Subodh Kant Sahay, for his contribution and pioneering work in the field of medical tourism in India.



1. Submitted a thesis on "Palliation with Maousseau Barbin Tube in carcinoma oesophagus". Kapoor KM, Singh A, Bagga SPS. 1996


2. Submitted a dissertation on "Anthropometric Findings of the lip and nose morphology in cleft lip and palate patients before and after primary lip re-pair". Kapoor KM, Chari PS, Utreja AK, 2000

Publications and Papers

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Managing Complications of Submental Artery Involvement after Hyaluronic Acid Filler Injection in Chin Region

Martha Fang, Sp. KK, M. Kes,*Eqram Rahman, MS, MSc, PhD,and Krishan Mohan Kapoor, MS, MCh, DNB

Successfully Managing Impending Skin Necrosis following Hyaluronic Acid Filler Injection, using High-Dose Pulsed Hyaluronidase

Kwok Thye David Loh, MBBS,*Yi Shan Phoon, MBBS, MMed,* Vanessa Phua, BMBS, Mmed,* and Krishan Mohan Kapoor, MS, MCh, DNB

Consensus Recommendations for Treatment Strategies in Indians Using Botulinum Toxin and Hyaluronic Acid Fillers

Krishan Mohan Kapoor, MCh, DNB,Vandana Chatrath, MD, MSc,Chytra Anand, DD, MSc, Rashmi Shetty, MD,Chiranjiv Chhabra, MD, Kuldeep Singh, MCh,**Maya Vedamurthy, MD, Jamuna Pai, MBBS,Bindu Sthalekar, MD,and Rekha Sheth, MD, on behalf of the Indian Facial Aesthetics Expert Group

Reconstruction in extensive axillary Hidradenitis suppurativawith local fasciocutaneous V-Y advancement flaps

Ramesh Kumar Sharma, Krishan Mohan Kapoor, Gurpreet Singh

Kapoor KM, Biwas G. Use of Free Radial artery forearm flap for complex urethral reconstruction. Poster presented at the combined Congress of Asian Pacific Federation of Societies for surgery of the hand, Indian Society of the Hand, Indian Society for reconstructive microsurgery at Chennai, 2000


Kapoor KM, Mitra S. Heminasal Aplasia with cleft lip and palate - A case report. Poster presented at 35th National Conference of the Association of Plastic Surgery of India at Agra, 2000.


Kapoor KM, Mitra S. Heminasal Aplasia with cleft lip and palate - A case report. Poster presented at 35th National Conference of the Association of Plastic Surgery of India at Agra, 2000.


Kapoor KM, Biswas G. Microsurgical reconstruction of elbow defects. Paper presented at the 3rd National Conference of Indian Society of Reconstructive Microsurgery at Ludhiana, 1999.


Kapoor KM, Biswas G. Single stage reconstruction for traumatic amputation of penis. Poster presented at 34th Annual Conference of the Association of Plastic Surgeon of India at Goa, 1999.


Kapoor KM, Singh A, Bagga SPS. Palliation with Mousseau Barbin Tube in Carcinoma Oesophagus. Paper presented at 16th Annual Conference of the Association of Surgeon of India (Northern Chapter) at Faridabad, 1995.

North India

Singh A, Singh DP, Bhargava R, Kapoor KM. Large Incisional Hernia. Surgical Journal of North India; Vol. II, No.2, 108-110;1995.

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