Face and Neck

Types of procedures we offer include but are not limited to:

  • Eyelid (Blepharoplasty): Eyelid surgery can help correct drooping upper lids and puffy bags below your eyes. The recovery time is relatively short and provides a youthful and rested appearance. It can be done alone or in conjunction with other facial surgical procedures such as a facelift or a browlift.
  • Browlift (Coronoplasty): A browlift, also known as a forehead lift, is a common facial rejuvenation treatment often combined with a facelift and/or a blepharoplasty. This procedure can help remove or minimize unsightly lines or wrinkles on the forehead, as well as sagging or uneven eyebrows.
  • Facelift (Rhytidectomy): While a facelift can’t stop the aging process, it does rejuvenate and turn the clock back. As people age, the effects of gravity, exposure to the sun, and the stresses of daily life begin to show. A face lift can address drooping and sagging as well as loss of volume. This is a procedure which can be done alone or in conjunction with other procedures.
  • Nose Reshaping (Rhinoplasty): A “nose job” or rhinoplasty is a common aesthetic procedure which often has a functional component (i.e. to correct a deviated septum. The goal is to create a natural nose and restore balance to the face. This is a procedure which can be done alone or in conjunction with other procedures.
  • Neck Lift (Platysmaplasty): The neck and jaw line, (the jowls), is one of the first places people begin to see signs of aging. A Neck Lift removes excess fat and skin and tightens the muscles to give a natural, smooth look. People who have lost a significant amount of weight also struggle with “double chins” or "turkey wattle." This is a procedure which can be done alone or in conjunction with other procedures.
  • Chin Augmentation (Genioplasty): The shape, position and structure of your chin can have a major impact on your overall facial appearance, much like the nose. Genioplasty is often done together with a neck lift or liposuction of the neck but in congenital or posttraumatic cases may be done alone.
  • Ear Repairs (Otoplasty): This procedure addresses prominent ears or ears missing the central fold. Depending on the size and scope of the procedure, Otoplasty may be performed under local or general anesthetic and can be combined with other procedures.
  • Scar Revisions: Unsightly scars, which are wide or thickened can be revised and often do not require the patient to go to sleep. Keep in mind that although scar revisions can improve the appearance of the scar, it cannot erase the scar altogether.