Facial surgeries are designed to produce maximal improvement of facial appearance. Although many noninvasive procedures exist, these are not able to match the improvement that can be obtained with surgery. To learn more information about an individual procedure please click on the above images.
Facelift And Necklift
Facelift and necklift, or rhytidectomy (literally “cutting out wrinkles”), is an operation devised for improvement of the face and neck. In most patients this involves treatment of the face and neck at the same time using a continuous incision.
Blepharoplasty, or eyelid lift, is a surgical technique to improve the appearance and function of the upper or lower eyelids. Blepharoplasty is often combined with a browlift to completely correct problems of extra skin, or with other facial cosmetic procedures for an optimal appearance.
A browlift, or “forehead rhytidectomy,” is an operation designed to improve the position of the eyebrows and reduce or eliminate forehead wrinkles. This is often performed in conjunction with an upper eyelid lift or facelift to improve rejuvenation of the face.
Chin lift, or submental lipectomy, is an operation designed to eliminate fullness under the chin (“turkey waddle”) and reduce vertical bands of the neck. This procedure is often combined with a necklift (which is more powerful for removal of extra skin), and also frequently as part of overall facial rejuvenation.
Otoplasty, or “ear pinning,” is an operation designed to improve the appearance of the ears. This usually involves removal of cartilage from behind the ears, repositioning the ear closer to the head, and reduction of the ear lobe.
Rhinoplasty, also known as a “nose job,” is a surgical procedure designed to modify the appearance , and sometimes function, of the nose. A rhinoplasty may include modifying only one part of your nose or the entire structure, including the internal components.
Facial Scar Revision
Surgical and non-surgical options are available for improvement of scars, and can include topical treatments, lasers, chemical scar modification, removal and reclosure, and geometric scar rearrangement.
Estimated costs include Cosmetassure coverage, surgical, facility, and anesthesia fees, as well as preoperative and postoperative visits. Recovery times are estimates and may vary between patients. Photos on this page are of models and not actual patients.