Advanced Cosmetic and Beauty center - Arihant Center

   August 13, 2016

Everyone wish to look beautiful. Some are blessed naturally and for others they are blessed to have us!

Welcome to Arihant Advanced Cosmetic and Beauty Centre where we ceaselessly work towards gifting a desired beauty and cosmetic solution to our esteemed clients and fulfil their dream to look their best.

Catering to comprehensive range of beauty and cosmetic care services in the most advanced and state of the art setup under the guidance of expert and experience healthcare professionals, Arihant is becoming instrumental in gifting that confident and beautiful look countless aspiring clients.

The person behind the idea Dr. Bijal Jain is a certified cosmetologist with an illustrious experience in the field of cosmetology. She is a lifetime member of AAFASI and has specialised interest in weight reduction solutions through advanced Cosmetic and Beauty Solutions.


Arihant Imaging Centre aims to offer cutting edge radiology and diagnostic services in the most advanced set up with absolute meticulousness. 
Arihant Imaging Centre, led by Dr. Kanaiya Jain having more than a decade of experience in the field envisions to cater the all under one roof radiology services in highly affordable rates without compromising on quality or experience. A Gold Medallist in Radiology from the prestigious Pune University and a stint with renowned Lilavati Hospital, Dr. Kanaiya Jain is also associated with Poshika Charitable Foundation as honorary radiologist.

Arihant Imaging Centre is equipped with the best and the world-class technology in radiology and assures highly precise and definite radiology and diagnostic solutions to the patients.

The centre located at the most ideal location also offers soothing and relaxing ambience with its contemporary décor. The centre offers comprehensive range of radiology services including Sonography, X Ray ,CT Scan and expert counselling with experienced set of doctors.’


Sonography can be used to examine many parts of the body, such as the abdomen, breasts, female reproductive system, prostate, heart, and blood vessels. Sonography is increasingly being used in the detection and treatment of heart disease, heart attack, and vascular disease that can lead to stroke.
3D Sonography scans show still pictures of your baby in three dimensions. 4D Sonography scans show moving 3D images of your baby, with time being the fourth dimension. It's natural to be really excited by the prospect of your first scan. But some mums find the standard 2D scans disappointing when all they see is a grey, blurry outline. This is because the scan sees right through your baby, so the photos show her internal organs. 
With 3D and 4D scans, you see your baby's skin rather than her insides. You may see the shape of your baby's mouth and nose, or be able to spot her yawning or sticking her tongue out. 3D and 4D scans are considered as safe as 2D scans, because the images are made up of sections of two-dimensional images converted into a picture. However, experts do not recommend having 3D or 4D scans purely for a souvenir photo or recording, because it means that you are exposing your baby to more ultrasound than is medically necessary. Some private ultrasounds can be as long as 45 minutes to an hour, which may be longer than recommended safety limits.

X ray

All images obtained using digital systems are called digital X-rays. The common digital method used is the CR system that produces digital X-rays on a computer. See the accompanying picture for an idea of how this works. 
We are proud to provide high-quality, efficient patient care using innovative and effective digital x-ray imaging systems.

  •          Chest
  •          Shoulder, Arm or Hand
  •          Hip, Leg or Foot
  •          Spine
  •          Sinus
  •          Skull
  •          Skeletal Survey (appointment maybe required)
  •          HSG
  •          IVP
  •          MCUG
  •          RGU
  •          BMFT
  •          Barium Swallow
  •          Loopogram


CT scan

Computed tomography, more commonly known as a CT or CAT scan, is a diagnostic medical test that, like traditional x-rays, produces multiple images or pictures of the inside of the body. CT was developed independently by a British engineer named Sir Godfrey Hounsfield and Dr. Alan Cormack. It has become a mainstay for diagnosing medical diseases. CT of the body uses X-rays to perform its work. These X-rays come from an X-ray tube which is placed inside a square machine called the gantry. The part of your body to be scanned goes inside a hole in this gantry. 
All parts of the body can be scanned with CT. For each part, there are specific indications or reasons for scanning. Your referring doctor and the consultant radiologist are the best judges of the usefulness of CT scanning in a specific situation and areas.

Using specialized equipment and expertise to create and interpret CT scans of the body, radiologists can more easily diagnose problems such as cancer, cardiovascular disease, infectious disease, appendicitis, trauma and musculoskeletal disorders.