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Surgery of the eyelids where fat and excess skin, bags, pouches, wrinkles in the eye area are removed
“Botox” Botulinum Toxin
Injected to temporarily relax facial muscles to eliminate wrinkles for three to six months
Cheek / Chin Augmentation
Surgery where implants are placed in the cheeks or chin to improve bone structure and support sagging, soft tissues
Chemical Peels
Resurfacing of the skin with an acid solution that peels the top layers and allows smoother, regenerated skin to emerge; an effective treatment for wrinkles caused by sun damage, mild scarring, and certain types of acne
Collagen Implant
An injection of natural protein which raises skin tissue to smooth skin and make wrinkles and scars appear less visible
A facial sanding technique used to treat deep scars and wrinkles, raised scar tissue, and some severe cases of cystic acne; top layers of skin are “sanded” off with a high-speed rotating brush or a diamond-coated wheel
Facial Reconstruction
Surgery to repair or reconstruct facial features in victims of cancer, facial trauma and birth defects
Filler Injections
Most commonly collagen — a gel like substance derived from purified animal tissue, and fat — which is harvested from the patients thigh or abdomen and then injected to plump up facial areas or “fill” wrinkled areas (see also Botox)
Forehead Lift
Surgery to minimize forehead lines and wrinkles, and to elevate brows to reduce lid drooping
Hair Replacement
Surgery to redistribute hair to hide the appearance of hair loss
Laser Resurfacing / Laserbrasion Surgery
Light beams vaporize top layers of the skin to lessen the appearance of wrinkles, scars, birthmarks or to generally resurface facial skin
Surgery to reduce excess fatty deposits
Surgery to balance a profile by enlarging, reducing or reshaping the chin
A mini-peeling with minimal risk of dyspigmentation or scarring that is achieved by projecting aluminum micro-crystals onto the skin (also referred as the “Power Peel,” “Euro Peel”, “Parisian Peel” and “Derma Peel”); safe for all skin types
A hair replacement technique where transplanted pieces of hair-bearing skin that are placed between the original “plugs” to refine the overall appearance
Orthognathic Surgery
To alleviate problems with a patient’s “bite” or jaw alignment (performed in cooperation with a patient’s dentist, orthodontist or oral maxillofacial surgeon)
Surgery of the ear where protruding or deformed ears can be “pinned back” by reshaping the cartilage
Aesthetic surgery of the nose where cartilage and bone are reshaped and reconstructed; excess bone or cartilage may be removed
Facelift surgery where excess skin is removed and muscles are tightened
Scalp Flap Surgery
A hair replacement method that involves rotating strips of hair-bearing scalp from the side and back of the head to the front and top; restores the hairline while maintaining normal hair density
Scalp Reduction Surgery
Surgery to reduce the size of the bald area
Scar Revision Surgery
Procedures to help minimize visible facial scars
A form of rhinoplasty that is performed to reconstruct the nasal passage or to relieve obstructions inside the nose to correct breathing problems; the obstruction is removed through internal incisions and the interior of the nose is restructured
Skin Resurfacing
Removal of the outer layer of the skin using abrasion, chemicals or a laser, resulting in smoother and less wrinkled skin