Browlift: A brow lift, when needed, can rejuvenate the upper third of the face by elevating a sagging brow, softening forehead wrinkles, and reducing the frown lines between the eyebrows. The sagging brow creates upper eyelids that appear heavy and sad. Repositioning the eyebrows upward to a natural position corrects the appearance of the eyes. Wrinkles between the eyes and forehead furrows may also be addressed through a browlift, often in combination with a cosmetic eyelid procedure called a blepharoplasty. The browlift complements the blepharoplasty to rejuvenate the upper third of the face. A well-executed browlift is subtle, natural and not overdone.
Protruding Ears (Otoplasty): Protruding ears are caused by the loss of the natural fold in the cartilage and/or having a deep ear cup. The surgery creates a normal fold and resets the ear closer to the head. The goal is to produce a natural looking ear.
Eyelid Surgery (Blepharoplasty): Expressive eyes are an important aspect of facial beauty. Frequently, the eyelids are the first area of the face to show signs of aging. The goal of eyelid surgery is to recapture more youthful eyes to rejuvenate the entire face. Through the removal of excess skin and fat, eyelid surgery addresses the upper eyelid hooding that causes people to look tired.
Face/Neck Lift (Rhytidectomy): An operation performed in conjunction with or without a browlift, a blepharoplasty, and/or skin resurfacing procedure that re-contours the midface, cheek, jawline and tightens the neck. A facelift is a highly individualized procedure that is designed to give the individual a natural, un-operated look with the shortest recovery time possible, and a long lasting result. There are only a handful of surgeons who have the advanced training and experience to perform a deep plane facelift, which we routinely perform on our patients since we have advanced training only in the head and neck.
Many patients request consultations for facelift because they feel their aging face is not consistent with their youthful energy. After surgery, patients notice their faces appearing refreshed, defined, and vibrant, matching how they feel inside.