The nose is a central anatomic feature of a person’s identity and self-image. The nasal appearance can also positively or negatively affect self-confidence. When communicating face-to-face, the nose is central to the field of vision and will always be seen during the subconscious facial scan that occurs at that time.
Rhinoplasty surgery can dramatically improve the overall appearance of your nose and face and significantly increase self-esteem.
EYE LID SURGERY (BLEPHAROPLASTY)
As we age, the delicate skin around the eyes begins to sag and wrinkle. Excess skin and fat around the eyes can cause puffiness and give you a tired, aged appearance. In more extreme cases, the sagging upper eyelid skin obstructs vision.
Blepharoplasty is the medical term for eyelid surgery. It describes a surgical procedure designed to remove excess tissue from the eyelid and then restore a more youthful and restful appearance. Excessive upper eyelid skin that is restricting vision can be removed resulting in an improvement in the visual field.
Blepharoplasty is usually performed as day surgery, under a general anaesthetic. The incisions are made where the natural crease should be in the upper lid and along the lash line in the lower lids. Excess fat and skin are removed.
With time, the muscles of the neck often lose elasticity due to age and weight loss, while the skin becomes wrinkled from sun damage and other factors. This can create a buildup of sagging muscles and excess skin that may produce a heavy or wrinkled appearance.
A procedure designed to tighten and smooth the neck for a more youthful appearance.
BROW LIFT SURGERY
As we age, the forehead can begin to droop, forming deep creases between the brows that may falsely create an angry or tired-looking appearance.
The brow lift give the youthful appearance which can be done through injectable Botox but give temporary result or surgical which give permanent result.
A facelift can dramatically revitalize your facial appearance. Over time, aging, gravity, sun damage, and stress can cause the face to lose its youthful form and elasticity—resulting in the formation of deep creases, folds, wrinkling, laxity of the jaw line, and droopy cheeks. Fortunately, facelift surgery allows for the youthful contours of the face to be restored.
Facelift surgery, also called rhytidectomy, can improve the most visible signs of aging from the inside-out by tightening the underlying muscles of the face, removing deposits of excess fat, and re-draping the facial skin, making it appear firmer and tighter. A facelift can be performed alone or in conjunction with other procedures, such as a forehead lift, brow lift, eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty), or neck lift for patients desiring more extensive facial rejuvenation.
If you have overly large ears (macrotia) or ears that stick out too far from the head, it may cause social embarrassment and self-esteem issues. Children especially may be bullied or made fun of, which can cause psychological damage at a young age.
Otoplasty, also called ear pinning, is a facial plastic surgery procedure that can reshape and reposition the ears into a more normal appearance. This surgery can be performed on both adults and children, and has a very high satisfaction rate.