A facelift (rhytidectomy) is a surgical procedure that improves visible signs of aging in the face and neck. This includes relaxation of the skin causing sagging, deepening of the line between the nose and the corners of the mouth, loss of midface fat, development of jowls, and loose skin of the neck. A facelift is commonly performed in combination with other facial procedures, including brow lift, eyelid surgery, and fat transfers.
Brow and forehead lift
As the years pass, skin on the forehead can develop unwanted wrinkles and fine lines. A brow or forehead lift can help remove these lines and restore a more youthful look and position to the eyebrows.
A brow lift can also help lift the brow to its original position, take heaviness off the eyelids, and resolve any potential asymmetry of the eyebrows. A brow lift can be performed with eyelid surgery or a face lift.
Blepharoplasty (eyelid lift)
Sagging skin around the eyes can make you look older and can reduce peripheral vision.
Eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty) surgically addresses aging changes of the eyes. This include sagging skin of the upper eyelid (which can impair vision), excess fatty deposits, bags under the eyes, drooping of the lower eyelid, and wrinkles of the lower eyelids. Eyelid surgery can improve the visual field and bring an alertness and youthfulness back to the eyes.
Rhinoplasty — also known as "a nose job" or "nose reshaping" — can bring the face into visual balance or help achieve a desired look.
Rhinoplasty isn't always driven by cosmetic goals. It can also repair breathing or structural problems.
If you feel your ears protrude too far out from your head, or your ears are misshapen due to an injury or birth defect, cosmetic ear surgery might be for you.
Otoplasty — also known as "ear pinning” — can surgically change the shape, size and position of the ears and can be done at any age beginning as early as 5 years of age.