Sunday, 26 May 2013

The Sunday Telegraph

OCTOBER 01, 2011 11:30PM

Inside Sydney's plastic fantastic
"DR RASTOGI has been referred to as Sydney's breast architect and certainly, when it comes to augmentation no one does it better. He has even launched his own book, Breastart, featuring breasts, which have been artistically photographed. Dr Rastogi's trademark is perfectly formed and pert looking breasts - not the blow-up balloons which are seen busting out of some bras in town."

Sunday, 19 May 2013

Clinic Information

Here at my Double Bay Clinic I perform many procedures. Further details of each procedure are available on my website
I perform the following procedures, Breast Augmentation with Polyurethane implants, aka the Furry Brazilian or P-ure implants.
I also perform Liposculpture (Liposuction), Vaser Liposuction, surgical and non surgical Facelifts, mini-abdominoplasty, anti wrinkle injections, Fillers, high potency, effective skin care and skin care products as well as intense pulse light therapy (IPL) for hair removal.
I consult in my Sydney clinic every week, to book an appointment please contact the clinic on 02 9362 1426 or email

Sunday, 12 May 2013

Breast Art

What of the woman who possesses living art?
While a rock sculpture is non conscious, unable to feel the appreciation of those who look up to its curve and shape, “Breast Art” is a living, thriving art. The feeling of sensuality, femininity and womanhood induced by the breast sculpture emit from within, giving the artwork an unequaled depth of meaning as the woman wears her artwork into the world.
The patient, the woman, is the ultimate exhibitor and the custodian has the power to reveal the truth, or merely address those who compliment her with a mysterious smile.
However the resulting art is chosen to be displayed, it is without question that as an artist and as a surgeon, it is an honour and a privilege to be able to sculpture and create living art, breast art.

Sunday, 5 May 2013

Surgery as Art

It starts with artistic inspiration, the idea from which the sculpture is born.
Then the collection of knowledge and technique nurtured in the artist during his training and developed and mastered over an age is called upon to create surgically, the perfect form that has been envisaged, until the magic in the surgeon’s hand transforms the female's body into a work of art.
And so there's a fusion of surgery and art as the seemingly opposed science of dividing tissue and the world of art merge seamlessly.
The irony is that while art is meant to be addressed, admired and appreciated, the artistic surgeon is so highly skilled that the artwork, which he has created, is in fact presumed to be the work of nature and not recognised at all.