Our cosmetic procedures are offered as a means to enhance your natural beauty, and any number of our services may be combined to fulfill your needs. A complimentary consultation can illuminate any concerns or confusion regarding your specific desires.
Plastic surgery may benefit a plethora of functional and/or pathological concerns. Reconstructive procedures provide the opportunity to restore health and function to the eye and face areas.
Wrinkles and frown lines often first appear in the brow and forehead area. A forehead lift, or “brow lift,” softens the wrinkles and corrects drooping brows, providing a younger, friendlier appearance.
Anyone who has one or more of the following conditions is a potential candidate for cheek implant surgery
Chin implant surgery, also called genioplasty, can lengthen a round face, improve the neckline, and help balance out other facial features that may be too large in comparison.
In order for the eye to stay healthy, it must remain moist. The lacrimal gland, a specialized structure about the size of an almond,
The effects of wearing heavy or gauged earrings, trauma, and normal aging of the ears can split or stretch the earlobes over time.
The eyelids are one of the first areas to show dramatic aging. The skin begins to sag, muscles start to weaken, and skin tissue droops around the eyes.
The soft and moist tissue (mucous membrane) that lines the inside of the eyelid provides a comfortable and healthy environment for the eye’s sensitive surface.
Grave’s disease is a condition that attacks the body’s immune system and causes an overproduction of thyroxine (a hormone that helps regulate the body’s metabolism).
CO2 Fractional Laser Resurfacing improves overall skin quality, diminishing fine lines and wrinkles, erasing sun spots and freckles while tightening the skin.
As we age, the lips often lose volume and develop fine lines. Lip augmentation surgery is performed on men and women who wish to add a revitalized look to their lips.
Normal aging, gravity, sun exposure and stresses of daily life can be seen in our faces.
Severe trauma to the face and orbital area can often have devastating effects that require surgery
An ocular prosthesis, or artificial eye, is used to replace an absent natural eye. It is composed of two parts:
Ptosis (droopy upper eyelids), which can occur at birth or later in life, is generally due to hereditary tendencies, age changes, or injury.
Whether a person’s scars are the result of a traumatic injury, accident, or surgical procedure, plastic surgery offers various treatments to reduce the appearance of scarring on the body.
Because the eyelid skin is the thinnest on the body, it is often the first area of the face to show signs of aging.