Plastic Surgery and Non-Surgical Cosmetic Gallery
A survey by the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery found that 85% of Americans would consider facial plastic surgery. The most commonly desired surgical procedures were facelifts, nose surgery, skin resurfacing and eyelid surgery.
Facial surgery is not just for the rich and famous, but is being requested by people of all ages and financial and ethnic backgrounds.
One third of all facial plastic procedures are performed on men.
Patient 1 – Rhinoplasty with a Chin Implant
A 16 year old complained of nasal obstruction and wanted to improve the appearance of her nose. A rhinoplasty and septoplasty were performed. In addition, a chin implant was used to help bring better balance to her facial features.
Patient 2 – Rhinoplasty
A 29 year old had nasal obstruction since injuring her nose as a teenager. She is seen 4 years after a rhinoplasty with septoplasty.
Patient 3 – Rhinoplasty
This 17 year old had nasal obstruction and a dorsal hump. She underwent a rhinoplasty with a septoplasty. Her 4 year post op photos are shown.
Patient 1 – Revision Rhinoplasty
This 34 year old woman had a history of trauma resulting in nasal deformities and difficulty breathing through her nose. Two previous surgeries failed to improve her condition. She is seen 1 year after a revision rhinoplasty with septal repair. She feels the nasal breathing is now normal
Patient 1- Necklift
62 year old man desired improvement to the loose skin and muscle of his neck. He underwent a direct neck lift where the muscle was tightened and the loose skin was excised.
Facelift with Submalar Implants and Lower Blepharoplasty
This woman desired facial rejuvenation. A facelift tightened loose skin and muscle to improve her neck and jawline. Submalar implants were placed to resupport the mid-face and give a more full and youthful appearance to the cheeks. A blepharoplasty reduced the puffiness to the lower eyelids.