Every day, people of all ages and walks of life choose to have facial plastic surgery. Some want to correct birth defects or disfigurements caused by an accident, injury or illness. Others desire cosmetic procedures to change the appearance of facial features they have been unhappy with for many years. Still others long to reverse the signs of aging on their faces.
Women may decide to undergo plastic surgery to enlarge or reduce their breasts, to achieve a balance in size or shape for their breasts, or to reconstruct one or both breasts after mastectomy. Men may also seek to reduce breast size. Whatever the motivation, breast surgery is safer and easier now than ever before.
Sometimes, our bodies just do not respond to diet and exercise the way we want them to. Cosmetic plastic surgery procedures can reshape many areas by removing excess fat and skin and toning muscle.
As time passes, our skin shows the natural, inevitable signs of aging — wrinkles, sagging, and sun damage. But you can counteract those effects with several non-surgical cosmetic procedures available at our practice. From fillers to lasers to peels, cosmetic treatments can smooth lines and wrinkles, raise sunken areas, tighten sagging skin, reduce blemishes, correct uneven pigmentation, minimize the appearance of facial veins, and produce fresh, glowing, youthful skin.