Reconstructive & Cosmetic Surgery
Head and Neck
Facial surgeries are frequently done to reduce wrinkle lines that form as we age. These lines are from years of using our face and forehead muscles, as well as from skin laxity that comes from aging.
The surgeries most frequently used to address wrinkles include: brow lifts, facelifts, blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery) and neck lift.
Botox® and JUVÉDERM® can also be used to help alter facial wrinkles.
Breast surgeries are done for cosmetic reasons, for breast cancer reconstruction or for comfort. Cosmetic surgeries can be part of a breast reconstruction plan. Breast lifts or breast augmentations can be done to help achieve symmetry with a reconstructed breast.
Breast reduction is frequently covered by insurance, and has been shown to improve back pain in women with large breasts.
On occasion, men may have a “female” shaped breast. This deformity is called gynecomastia and can be addressed surgically.
- Breast Augmentation
- Breast Reconstruction
- Breast Reduction
- Gynecomastia (Male Breast Reduction)
- Removal and Replacement of Implants
- Plastic Surgery Update – Breast Reconstruction
Scars, loose skin, extra fat and normal aging changes can impact the contour of our bodies. Abdominoplasty, liposuction, Coolsculpting and thigh lifts are all used to improve these acquired deformities.
Trauma, burns and cancer can leave behind scars, contour deformities and tissue defects. These can occur on the face, hands, breast, body or the extremities.
Skin grafts and flaps are frequently used for burn and cancer reconstruction.
Breast reconstruction can be done with tissue expanders, implants or muscle flaps. Scar revisions, tissue expansion and skin or muscle flaps are used to repair the damage from trauma and cancer resection.
Not everything requires surgery. We carry Skinceuticals skin care products to help correct skin damage – and even prevent future damage.
Coolsculpting is a non-surgical method of permanent fat reduction.
Botox® and JUVÉDERM® are used to fight facial wrinkles.