Facial cosmetic surgery is often thought of as just the face lift, but there are many other frequently requested procedures. Some are less involved and referred to as “mini”, or “modified”, cosmetic surgery procedures.
Oftentimes, an individual may just need a tightening to the cheeks and jawline, and no work to the neck. On the other side, an individual may only be concerned about their neck as the neck can appear heavy or gainly, calling for a rejuvenation. For these specifically targeted areas, the full cosmetic procedure may not be necessary. This is where the “mini”, or “modified”, procedures are helpful as they’re not as invasive or as extensive.
Other common cosmetic surgery procedures are eye lifts, which can be done to the upper or lower set of eye lids, and brow lifts, which are performed through an incision in the hairline.
Please explore our web site and the links below for additional information on these cosmetic surgery procedures.
» Latisse (Eyelashes)
» Face Lift (Rhytidectomy)
» “Mini” Face Lift (Upper Face, Open Cheek, SMAS or S-Lift)
» Neck Lift (Lower Face Lift, Submental Lipectomy)
» Neck Liposculpture (Microliposuction)
» Eye Lift (Blepharoplasty)
» Forehead Lift (Brow or Coronal Lift)
» Nasal Enhancement (Rhinoplasty, Tipplasty, Septoplasty)
» Facial Augmentation (Chin Implants, Mentoplasty)
» Otoplasty (Ear Pinning)
» Laser Resurfacing (CO2 Laser Peel)
» Facial Fillers (Juvederm)
» Botox (Botulinum Toxin Type A)