Cosmetic Procedures

We want you to look and feel your best.

Our physicians are skilled in leading edge aesthetic surgical techniques and nonsurgical procedures to rejuvenate and enhance the appearance of the face and body with natural results. 

Read on to learn about some of the aesthetic procedures we perform:


  • Face lift – Some adults who notice their face, neck or jaw has begun to sag choose to have a face lift. The goal is to create a fresher, more rested look. 
  • Brow lift/forehead lift – The goal is to lift droopy heavy eyebrows and create a more youthful, smoother look around the eyes. The forehead lift aims to improve wrinkle lines and furrows, and correct drooping brows.
  • Eyelid Surgery/ Blepharoplasty - Eyelid surgery, or blepharoplasty, is a procedure to rejuvenate the area around the eyes by removing excess skin, and fat bulges and provides a more youthful, refreshed appearance to the eyes.  Blepharoplasty surgery can be performed in conjunction with other facial procedures such as a facelift or rhinoplasty.
  • Rhinoplasty - Rhinoplasty, or nose surgery, refers to a procedure in which the structure and shape of the nose is changed. The change can be made by adding or removing bone or cartilage, grafting tissue from the nasal septum or another part of the body, or reshaping the nasal cartilage structure with specific suture techniques. Rhinoplasty is most often performed for cosmetic reasons but can also address breathing issues in some cases. A nose that is too large, crooked, misshapen, malformed at birth, or deformed by an injury or cancer surgery can be given a more pleasing appearance. 
  • Otoplasty – The goal is to improve the position, shape or proportion of the ear. The most common reason to undergo otoplasty is prominent ears.
  • Botox – This nonsurgical procedure relaxes the muscles  and reduces the ability to frown, thereby reducing wrinkles and giving a smoother look to the face. 
  • Injectable fillers – This nonsurgical procedure is used to smoothen facial lines and restore fullness in the face. It can be used in combination with Botox or other facial rejuvenation procedures.
  • Autologous fat injections – This procedure is used to sculpt or add volume to areas of the face to correct age related volume loss.
  • Scar revision – The goal is to improve the appearance of a scar, by minimizing the scar so it blends in better with the surrounding skin. While no scar can be completely removed, the appearance can be drastically improved.


  • Breast augmentation – A popular cosmetic surgery procedure, this procedure increases the size of the breast. Some women who choose this procedure may have small, uneven or misshapen breasts, or may have lost breast volume due to pregnancy, breastfeeding or aging. Both saline and silicone implants can be used for this procedure.
  • Breast lift (mastopexy) – This procedure is to tighten and reshape the breast by removing excess or loose skin. Women often choose this procedure to raise and firm the breasts, and reduce sagging. 
  • Breast reduction – This procedure makes the breasts smaller by removing skin, breast tissue and fatty tissue. The breast is also lifted and the areola is made smaller. This procedure helps to alleviate symptoms such as slouching, shoulder or upper back pain, and skin irritation between and under the breasts. 
  • Male breast surgery (gynecomastia) – The goal is to reduce breast size to create a flatter, firmer and more masculine contour of the chest. This can be a good option for men with over-developed or enlarged breasts (as a result of hormonal changes, heredity or obesity). 


Liposuction – The goal is to remove localized fat from different areas of the body, such as the abdomen, thighs, buttocks, neck, back and arms. It is used to sculpt areas of the body, not to treat obesity or tighten the skin. Patients who undergo liposuction surgery typically have stable body weight.

Abdominoplasty (tummy tuck) – This procedure removes loose skin from the lower abdomen, tightens the muscles, and narrow the waistline. Sagging or bulging fat pockets (love handles) may also be removed utilizing liposuction.

Mini-abdominoplasty (Mini tummy tuck) – This procedure removes excess skin and fat from the lower abdomen via a limited scar and is indicated in patients with smaller amounts of excess skin in this area.

Body contouring after massive weight loss – Body contouring involves removal of extra skin and fat as well as repositioning of sagging skin to improve the appearance of different areas of the body, such as the arms, abdomen, breasts, chest, back, buttock and thighs. Men or women who have loose skin after significant weight loss often choose this option.

Butt lift – The goal is to lift and recontour the butt by removing excess skin and fatty tissue. The procedure is often combined with a back lift, thigh lift or tummy tuck. It may also be combined with fat injection to fill out the contour of the butt.

Arm lift – Also called a brachioplasty, the goal is to tighten the skin of the upper arms, and remove fatty tissue beneath the skin. Liposuction is often used in conjunction with this surgical procedure.

Thigh lift – The goal is to improve the contours of the thigh and reduce sagging. Liposuction is often used in conjunction with this surgical procedure. The procedure may improve loose skin, excess fat and tissue, and cellulite.

Mommy Makeover – For Moms who are struggling with their post-pregnancy figure, a Mommy Makeover is a combination of body contouring procedures that usually includes: a breast lift with possible augmentation and a tummy tuck.