Surgical Facial Options
Brow Lift (Browplasty, Forehead Lift)
This procedure lifts the brows and can also reshape them if necessary. Additionally, this procedure can reduce the appearance of forehead wrinkles.
Eyelid Lift (Blepharoplasty, Eyelid surgery)
This surgery can be performed on the upper and lower eyelids to reduce the appearance of wrinkles, remove excess skin, or get rid of “bags” (pouches of excess or displaced fat)
Otoplasty (Ear Surgery)
The shape, size and position of the ears can be changed with this procedure. The ear lobes can also be repaired or reshaped as well.
This surgery uses specialized, medical-grade implants to augment the nose, cheeks, chin or jawline. The surgery can be used to restore lost volume or create a new shape or contour.
Rhinoplasty (Nose Job, Nasal Surgery)
With this procedure the size, shape, length, width and contour of the nose can be changed. Procedures to improve nasal breathing can be combined with this procedure.
This surgery lifts up the cheeks, jowls, jawline and upper neck skin and soft tissue to rejuvenate the face and neck.
Liposuction (Suction Lipectomy)
This procedure removes excess fat from the face and neck. It can be used to reduce fullness or refine contours.
Lipo-Transfer (Fat Grafting, Autografting)
Fat is taken from the lower body and transferred into the face to fill in wrinkles, restore volume to hollowed areas, and create new contours of the forehead, cheeks, lips, chin and jawline.
Neck Lift (Neck tightening, Chin Lift, Platysmaplasty)
This surgery tightens the loose neck skin and muscles, improving the contour of the neck line.
Facial and Neck Resurfacing (Laser Peel, Chemical Peel)
These procedures remove blemishes and wrinkles from the surface of the skin, leaving it smoother and tighter.
Brow Ptosis (drooping of the eyebrows)
Forehead Rhytids (wrinkles of the forehead)
Dermatochalasis of the eyelids (excess or wrinkled skin of the eyelids)
Pseudoherniation of fat of the eyelids (eyelid bags)
Facial Rhytids (wrinkles of the face)
Facial Ptosis (drooping of parts of the face, jowls)
Facial Scars, Moles, Birthmarks
Maxillary or Mandibular Hypoplasia (under-developed cheek bones or jaw bones)
Prominent or protruding Ears
Torn Ear Lobe
Nasal Deformities (length, width, shape of tip)
Perioral Rhytides (wrinkles around the mouth)
Facial Volume Loss (hollowed temples, cheeks)
Excess facial or neck fat
Neck Rhytids (wrinkles of the neck)