Rhinoplasty

What is rhinoplasty surgery? Rhinoplasty or nose surgery, sometimes referred to as “nose reshaping” or a “nose job,” improves the appearance and proportion of your nose, enhancing facial harmony and self confidence. Surgery of the nose may also correct impaired

Scar Revision

Scars, the body’s natural way of healing and replacing damaged skin, can vary in size, shape, color, and thickness. Since scars cannot be removed completely, scar revision alters the appearance of scars, improving appearance as well as function.

Lip Reconstruction

Essential for speech, facial expressions, and eating, the lips can be damaged through trauma or illness. Lip reconstruction, then, improves both the function and appearance of the lips.

Facial Paralysis Surgery

The facial nerve that carries information to the muscles of the face is the most frequently paralyzed nerve in the human body. Even a slightly paralyzed face can have a significant paralyzing effect on the rest of your life. The

Eyelid Reconstruction

As we age, wrinkles, lines, and puffy eyelids often develop around the eyes. Smiling, frowning, and other facial expressions as well as sun damage and genetics can all lead to eyes that look older and tired. An eyelid lift removes

Endoscopic Sinus Surgery

Many people suffer from the symptoms of sinusitis, including nasal congestion and drip, headaches and other facial pain, bad breath, and coughing. Sinusitis is often caused by a virus or bacteria as well as inflammation in the sinuses. This procedure

Earlobe Repair

This common surgery can quickly and easily repair torn earlobes, often stretched or torn through piercings and dangling, heavy earrings.

Deviated Septum

The septum is the membrane between the nostrils, which consists of a hard bone toward the back and flexible cartilage toward the front. When the cartilage is crooked, it is known as a deviated septum. A deviated septum can prevent

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