Rhinoplasty is surgery of the nose in which cartilage and bone are reshaped and reconstructed and excess bone or cartilage may be removed. Rhinoplasty may be cosmetic or functional in nature, or a combination of both.
Nationally, as many as 6-8% of primary rhinoplasty operations may require some degree of revision or touch up. It is important to find a highly qualified facial plastic surgeon with experience in revision procedures as these cases are often more complicated and may require increased surgical time and technical skill.
Blepharoplasty is surgery of the upper and/or lower eyelids where fat and excess skin, bags, pouches, and wrinkles in the eye area are removed to make the eyes look less tired and give a more rested and youthful appearance. If you have gotten to the point where the excess skin above the eyes begins to obstruct your vision, an eyelid lift can drastically improve this condition.
A rhytidectomy is surgery to remove excess skin and tighten muscles in the neck and lower part of the face.
A forehead lift–or browlift– is surgery to minimize forehead lines and wrinkles, and elevate brows to reduce lid drooping and provide a refreshed appearance.
Genioplasty or mentoplasty is surgery to augment a small chin or reduce a prominent chin and create a more balanced and aesthetically pleasing profile.
Otoplasty is surgery to improve the appearance of the ears. Patients with oversized, misshapen or protruding ears can see a dramatic improvement following an otoplasty procedure.