Facelift, Forehead Lift, Eyelid Surgery, Nose Surgery, Ear Surgery, Chin Implants, Cheek Implants, Resurfacing, Injectables and Fillers


A facelift (face and neck) is not any more a procedure reserved for the old. Modern facelift techniques allow any person, even with minimal imperfections or very first signs of aging to get a beautiful, safe, long lasting non-operated looking result. The contour can be improved by removing or re-positioning facial fat. The suspension is performed by tightening muscle and fascia. The skin is not used to pull but rather, with the help of gravity to re-drape over the face. No tension is placed on the incisions which follow natural folds of the face and ears, along or in the hairline, resulting in fine healed scars which mimic normal anatomy. By using the anatomy and gravity as guide a person can have a number of repeat procedures (secondary facelift) with equal safety and predictable results. A facelift is often accompanied by forehead lift and or blepharoplasty to result in full facial rejuvenation.


A Forehead lift is not only a complimentary procedure to the facelift but it can also dramatically correct inappropriate expression when the person appears angry, tired or sad. Besides correcting the position of the eyebrows, the foreheadlift will smooth the winkle lines, narrow the bridge of the nose, improve the hooding over the upper lids, support the temples and support the lower eyelids.


Blepharoplasty of upper and lower eyelids is helpful to persons with tired-looking sagging and baggy eyes. It will remove excess, skin, tighten the muscle and remove or reposition excess fat via minimal and anatomically positioned incisions. Upper blepharoplasty is also performed for medical reasons for persons with limited field of vision.

RHINOPLASTY (Nose Surgery)

Modern rhinoplasty is performed in such a way to enhance the shape of the nose while preserving the overall facial balance (complementary cheek or chin implants should also be considered). Rhinoplasty often requires modification of the tip of the nose, the nasal septum, the nasal profile, and the nasal bones in order to produce the desired result. It can be performed through a "closed" approach with all incisions placed inside the nose, or “open” with additional small incision across the base of the nose which allows for more control in reconstruction or grafting. Additionally, if the patient has difficulty in breathing due to the internal nasal structures, correction of those deformities can be performed at the same time as the alterations to the external appearance.

OTOPLASTY (Ear Surgery)

Ear surgery is performed to set prominent ears back closer to the head, or create a natural fold in loop ears deformity.

MENTOPLASTY (Chin Implant)

Chin implants are used to create a balance with the other facial features. It is often performed along with the facelift or a nose surgery.


Cheek implants should be used only in patients whose cheeks are truly deficient or have thinned or sunken due to age. Implant sizes and shapes can be individually tailored.


Dermabrasion (sanding) uses fine wire brushes and carborundum bits to physically remove fine and medium wrinkles and improve the deep wrinkles.
Laser resurfacing, utilizing an Erbium or Carbon Dioxide (CO2) laser or a blend of both, to burn fine surface irregularities and may also tighten the deeper layers of the skin.
Superficial chemical peels are alpha-hydroxy, glycolic acid and salicylic acid and deep chemical peels are trichloroacetic acid or "TCA" and phenol. They can be used separately or in combination to achieve varying depths of penetration and resurfacing.


BOTOX® Cosmetic blocks the transmission of nerve signals to the injected muscles to temporarily weaken and paralyze the muscles that cause wrinkles. It is used successfully for the forehead creases and lines in between the eyebrows. It is also used off label for the “crow feet” frown lines.
Facial creases and sometimes even fine lines can be filled, expression lines softened, and facial contours such as the lips and cheeks can be augmented with a variety of injectable facial fillers. Two most popular Restylane® and Juvederm™ are in the category of non permanent fillers. Other "filling materials", include Collagen, Zyderm®, Zyplast®, Captique™, Hylaform®, Perlane®, Radiesse®, Sculptra™, and autologous fat injections.