If you call in or visit our facility requesting to have a consultation with our CMD or any of our Doctors, the closest available date will be fixed by our booking officers upon request. Please note that the sum of N5,000 commitment fee must be made before your appointment is booked. This fee will be included as part of your consultation fee.
While we do not encourage the cancellation of appointments, please note that in the event of one, 48 hours’ prior notice must be given to our booking officer. Failure to do so will cause the forfeiture of the commitment fee. This means that the N5000 commitment fee is non refundable if the cancellation is not made 48 hours before your fixed consultation day.

Post Operative Care

Postoperative care is the care you receive after a surgical procedure. It is a vital aspect of patient care which we take seriously at Grandville medical and laser. It often includes, recovery from Anaesthesia , pain management , wound care and management of other co-morbidities. The goal of postoperative care is to prevent complications, promote healing of the surgical site/s, and to ensure that you return to a good state of health.

The type of care you will receive depends on the type of surgery you intend to have, as well as your pre existing health history.

Postoperative care for most people usually begins immediately after surgery. In our facility, It begins right from the first consultation in the doctors office, in the theater and lasts through the duration of your hospital stay and continues after you’ve been discharged.

As part of your postoperative care, during consultation, you are provided with Read more “Post Operative Care”

General Anaesthesia- Allay your fears

You might have heard cases of people waking up in the middle of a major surgery or people passing on from anaesthesia. As a surgeon, I get a lot of request from patients who are afraid to go under the General anaesthesia because of these incidences. They request to have their procedures done under Local Anaesthesia which leaves them widely awake but with partially deadened part of the body to be operated upon.

For patients who asks for this option of anaesthetic, I tell them that we do not employ that form of anaesthesia for certain procedures because of the following reasons: If Read more “General Anaesthesia- Allay your fears”

Thinking of Cosmetic Surgery


It is not uncommon to have people walk into the clinic for consultation holding tightly to a portrait of how they want to look immediately after waking up from anesthesia.”Doctor , this is how i want to look”. It would seem as though cosmetic surgery would transform an alligator into a butterfly.

People get cosmetic surgery for many reasons. Some want to look younger. Others seek to change a body feature they’ve never liked, some aim at restoring their confidence after losing their former selves to natural events like pregnancy, ageing or previous botched surgeries while some others just totally want to run away from themselves into a brand new body.

While the decision is a personal one, it is important to note Read more “THINKING COSMETIC SURGERY ?”

7 Skincare Sins, You Should Not Be Caught Doing

Sometimes, Skincare and maintaining a good and healthy look is more about kicking out some bad habits, changing routines, and cultivating new habits.

Habit is a routine of behavior that is repeated regularly which tends to occur subconsciously, hence sticking to the right habits is one of the best ways to keep and maintain good and healthy skin.

This week, I’ll be writing about 7 habits you need to drop like a hot potato if you must have and maintain healthy and beautiful skin.

Take Your Hands Off Your Face!
You seriously need to stop picking at your face. Yes, I know this might be difficult sometimes given that those pimples, blackheads, etc can be so annoying. But note that picking at your skin might cause more harm than good as it will create a more ugly and visible scar. Read more “7 Skincare Sins, You Should Not Be Caught Doing”

What you need to know about skin grafting?

What is a skin grafting?
Skin grafting is a surgical procedure that involves the removal of a healthy skin tissue from one area of the body and moving it, or transplanting it, to a different area of the body.
A skin graft is the healthy skin taken from an area of your body called the donor site. The skin may be taken from an area near the injury to match the area where the graft will be placed. Grafts that are artificial or come from another person or animal may be used temporarily. These are used as covers when large areas of the skin are damaged. They are replaced with your own skin over time. Read more “What you need to know about skin grafting?”

Demafix Skin

Take a Break… Give Your Skin a breather

I’ve met and related with hundreds of women in this profession and one thing I realized is that having a perfect body shape is just one of the many concerns women have regarding their body and perceived beauty.
Smooth and flawless skin is another source of women’s concern and obsession. For this reason, the average contemporary woman spends a small fortune on skincare products thereby making the cosmetic industry a million-dollar industry.

Skincare is an obsession for most women. Read more “Take a Break… Give Your Skin a breather”


The world is currently battling the COVID -19 pandemic whose waves almost drowned the recognition of the World Tuberculosis Day, observed on 24 March each year. This day is set aside to build public awareness about the global epidemic of tuberculosis and to advocate the numerous efforts made to eliminate the disease. Today is world TB day and we at Grandville will want to share some vital information about Tuberculosis. TB remains the world’s deadliest infectious killer. Each day, over 4000 people lose their lives to TB and close to 30,000 people fall ill with this preventable and curable disease. Global efforts to combat TB have saved an estimated 58 million lives since the year 2000. It is also one of the various diseases that currently increases the risk of fatal COVID -19 infection.

Sadly, Nigeria and other developing countries are at the fore front of the regions ravaged by Tuberculosis and other vaccine preventable infectious diseases.



The world is currently responding to a pandemic of an evolving respiratory disease spreading from person-to-person caused by a novel coronavirus. The disease has been named “coronavirus disease 2019” (abbreviated “COVID-19”). This situation poses a serious public health risk. The Federal Ministry of Health, through the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC), has activated a national Emergency Operations Centre at the highest level and is leading the national response to this situation. Currently, there are five laboratories in NCDC’s molecular laboratory network with the capacity to test for COVID-19 in Nigeria. These laboratories are sufficiently equipped with reagents and supplies for testing. COVID-19 can cause mild to severe illness; most severe illness occurs in older adults.


Reported illnesses have ranged from mild symptoms to severe illness and death for confirmed coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) cases. These symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure.

  • Fever
  • Cough
  • Shortness of breath

If you develop emergency warning signs for COVID-19 get medical attention immediately. Emergency

warning signs include*:

Skin Blemishes and Laser Treatment- How much do you know about it

For a couple of months now, I’ve been receiving emails and DMs on our Instagram page from women everywhere complaining bitterly about various skin challenges ranging from skin tags, excess hair on the body, tribal marks, scars, etc. I’ve also received emails from those who are desperate to get rid of a tattoo they had when they were much younger.

After consultation with quite a number of them, I’ve concluded that skin blemishes, acne, wrinkles, scars, and other skin blemishes are a major source of concern for most people especially women.  Although these conditions may not be a major medical issue, they are, however, a source of insecurities, frustration, and embarrassment to a whole lot of women.

Skin blemishes come in different forms and are caused by several factors. Which include genetics, nutrition, exposure to sun rays, the side effect of certain drugs, environmental factors, age, childbearing, hormones, etc. Most of these can be treated with the use of Laser treatment.

If you were one of these women, which of these letters would you write to me:

Dear Dr. Laser,
My problem is stretch marks. I have it all over my body. I can hardly wear a short sleeved top. It has become so very embarrassing.
Read more “Skin Blemishes and Laser Treatment- How much do you know about it”