Cosmetic eyelid surgery, also called blepharoplasty, corrects sagging eyelids and puffiness around the eyes, which may be contributing to a tired or sad appearance. These symptoms are usually the result of the aging process but can also be inherited.
A facelift, also called a rhytidectomy, smooths out loose skin on the face and neck, tightens underlying tissues and removes excess fat. The procedure aims to restore the patient’s appearance to a more youthful version of him/herself. The results of a facelift can be dramatic or subtle, depending on how the patient looked before surgery and their individual desired outcome.
Aesthetic (cosmetic) surgery of the nose, also called rhinoplasty, can improve the shape, size and general appearance of the nose as well as the overall balance of facial features. The procedure involves reshaping the internal cartilage framework of the nose in order to change its external appearance. In addition to aesthetic reasons, the procedure can also be performed to correct breathing difficulties, which may have been caused by a previous injury to the nose.
Ear surgery, also known as otoplasty, is a procedure that changes the angle and shape of protruding or uneven ears in children and adults. Ear surgery reshapes part of the cartilage in the ears, allowing them to lie closer to the side of the head. For the most part, the operation is done on children between the ages of four and fourteen, however it can also be performed very effectively in teenagers and adults.