Nowhere more obvious is the visible effect of aging than on our face. As we get older, our bodies naturally produce less and less collagen, causing our skin to lose elasticity and wrinkle, and facial muscles to slacken and droop. While genetics
Our faces often betray our age much sooner than our bodies or minds, and it can
With the modern world placing increased emphasis on esthetic appearance, it is little wonder that many people are opting for a surgical solution to their aging face. A facelift can transform your face and give you the younger, more vibrant appearance that fits with how you feel inside.
The skin around our eyes is one of the biggest indicators of aging. This is because as we age, our eyelids stretch and the muscles supporting them weaken. This can cause the skin across the entire eye area to droop, sag and gather and even create bags under our eyes. In some extreme cases, the skin on and above the eyelids can droop so much that it can impair the peripheral vision of the patient. Blepharoplasty
Also referred to as a ‘nose job’, rhinoplasty is one of the most commonly requested cosmetic surgical procedures in the U.S. During rhinoplasty,
- making it smaller (nose reduction), by removing some of the cartilage and bone.
- making it bigger (nose augmentation), by taking cartilage from the ears and bone from the hips or elbow to build the nose up.
- changing the shape of the nose by breaking the bone and rearranging the cartilage.
- changing the angle between the nose and lip.
The Brow lift smoothes lines between the eyebrows or on the forehead and creates a youthful arched shape to the eyebrows. A brow lift is best suited for those people whose eyebrows have changed positions or are drooping. Depending on where they are drooping, and the appearance of the forehead, there are several procedures for brow lifts. The most common area for droopiness is toward the outside of the eye. This sagging creates heaviness of the upper lid causing it to hang over the eyelashes. If the brow