The face is without question the feature by which we are most identified. Beyond this it is the vessel through which we convey our emotions and personality. Unfortunately it is also among the areas most susceptible to the effects of time and age. Through facial rejuvenation one can restore natural tone and contour or correct a genetic imbalance.
Time, environment, and genetics play a role in facial aging. A facelift should naturally and beautifully reestablish shape and fullness, and restore tone to facial skin. Never tight, the best facelift will improve the underlying facial structure and volume, and gently and naturally redrape the skin to make you look like you again.Learn More
Blepharoplasty can restore a refreshed, youthful look to the eyelid region. Excess skin of the upper lids can be removed, and bulging fat and skin excess of the lower lids can be reduced, restoring a natural, beautiful appearance. The best eyelid lift techniques will be determined in consideration of your unique goals and anatomy.Learn More
The most beautiful and best rhinoplasty results are those that are the most understated and delicate, and should never look "done". Sculptural refinements can be made that are both dramatic yet subtle. The nose should be natural and proportional, and in harmony with all facial features.Learn More
Age, sun exposure and gravity often produce a descent in the normal position of the eyebrows. Stress and muscle over-activity, in an attempt to elevate the position of the brows, contribute to forehead wrinkling, and an aged look.Learn More
Facial implants are commonly used to aesthetically improve facial contouring and to achieve a balance of facial features. The results can provide a more harmonious, proportionate look to your face.Learn More
As we age, we lose volume. Imagine a baby, brimming with youth, and the full features and soft transitions of the face. As time and gravity exert their effects, these transitions become more pronounced as soft tissue volume slowly dissipates.Learn More
Excess fat, loose, sagging skin, and prominent bands of the neck are some of the hallmarks of the aging face. These may be seen following weight loss or gain, and are more often due to the effects of age, gravity, and heredity.Learn More