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FACE/NECK LIFT

This procedure improves visible signs of aging, tightens facial muscles and excess skin on the face and neck, and helps you to obtain a more youthful look. SEE EXAMPLE

BROW/FOREHEAD LIFT

This procedure reduces aging in the forehead and corrects sagging and hooding of the brows. SEE EXAMPLE

EYELID SURGERY

Also known as blepharoplasty, this procedure is performed by removing the excess skin and tissue from the upper eyelids which can interfere with a person’s vision or simply to produce a more youthful, rested look. Lower lid surgery can also be performed to reduce the “bags” under the eyes and tighten loose skin. SEE EXAMPLE

RHINOPLASTY

Surgery of the nose. Improves the appearance of the nose by improving facial harmony due to hereditary issues or as a result of a previous injury or surgery. This procedure is performed by reshaping or resizing the nose in order to make it proportionate to the entire face. SEE EXAMPLE

CHIN AUGMENTATION

Also known as Genioplasty, this procedure can alter the underlying structure of the face by the use of surgical implants to the chin.  Chin height reduction, rounding or augmentation can help to restore balance to the face.

OTOPLASTY

A surgical procedure for correcting deformities or defects of the external ear (pinna) from congenital conditions or trauma. Creating an external ear that is of natural proportions, contour and appearance can usually be achieved by moving cartilage, reshaping and augmenting the pinna.

SKIN CANCER FACE

Skin cancer is a disease in which malignant cells form in the tissues of the skin.  Basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma and melanoma can be treated by excising the lesion.  Closure of the defect can be done by suturing, split thickness skin graft or with a flap.  Early treatment will prevent the spread of these malignant cells into adjacent tissues and offer a more pleasing aesthetic result. SEE EXAMPLE

SPLIT EARLOBE REPAIR

Surgical procedure in which local anesthesia is used in the repair of splits, tears or dowel holes.

BOTOX

A minimally invasive procedure performed in the office. This procedure consists of tiny injections in the forehead, between the brows and around the eyes. Botox relaxes the muscles that cause frown lines and wrinkles. SEE EXAMPLE

JUVEDERM

A cosmetic filler used to restore volume to the skin. The procedure is performed in the office sometimes under a local anesthetic. It usually is used to help improve the lines from the corner of the mouth to the nose, but can be injected into other areas to the face. SEE EXAMPLE

KYBELLA

The first and only FDA approved injectable treatment to improve the appearance of moderate to severe fat beneath the chin and by physically destroying fat cells.  Once destroyed, those cells cannot store or accumulate fat.

VOLUMA

An injectable hyaluronic acid gel filler used to correct age-related volume loss in the cheek area.  It is a temporary filler that lasts approximately 2 years.  The injection process is done in the office.  Little to no downtime.

CHEMICAL PEEL

Gently renews skin with the use of chemical solutions to the face, neck or hands. Peels usually help reveal smoother less wrinkled skin, reduce age spots, freckles and dark patches. SEE EXAMPLE

CLEAR + BRILLIANT

Is a factional laser treatment used to treat early signs of aging skin and helps to prevent them. It gives the patient a brighter, more even skin tone. People with hyperpigmentation (dark spots) will benefit from this treatment. SEE EXAMPLE

FRAXEL

Is a fractional laser treatment that helps to diminish fine lines and wrinkles as well as renew the skin’s surface; giving you a refreshed, youthful glow. SEE EXAMPLE