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Facial Implants

Safely achieve the fullness you want and remove wrinkles and lines with a long-lasting solution. Facial implants can enhance your jaw line, chin, and cheeks. Methods used today can change your appearance immediately, giving you soft, natural-feeling results for years.

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Nasal Surgery (Rhinoplasty)

Surgery on the nose may be done for functional, reconstructive or aesthetic reasons. Functional rhinoplasty improves the physiology of the nose by modifying its malpositioned anatomical structures to relieve a nasal obstruction. Reconstructive rhinoplasty corrects congenital or traumatic malformation of the nose. Aesthetic rhinoplasty modifies the shape of the nose in order to make it look more pleasing.

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Endoscopic Brow Lift

Much like a face lift, a brow lift raises the skin on the forehead, opening the eye to create a more youthful and inviting appearance. This procedure can be done endoscopically, which is an advanced, minimally invasive technique resulting in reduced scarring and eliminates the possibility of hair loss.

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Restylane injectable gel adds volume and fullness to the skin. It has been in use for more than a decade and successfully corrects moderate to severe wrinkling and skin folds, such as the lines from your nose to your mouth, called nasolabial folds. It is also an alternative treatment for lip augmentation. A completely natural material, Restylane is a clear gel formulation of hyaluronic acid, which can be found in our own bodies.

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Ear Reshaping

Ears, like the nose, are often a source of insecurity, whether from natural growth or injury. Oftentimes, prominent or congenital ears can distract from other features of the face. Ear lobes can begin to hang too low due to earrings or genetics, ultimately resulting in split lobes. Whatever your needs may be, ear reshaping gives your ears the appearance you want and the confidence you deserve.

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Over time, the signs of the aging process are displayed prominently on our faces with the development of wrinkles, drooping and the loss of elasticity. Skin cells replace themselves more slowly, and the thick underlayer of the skin, the dermis, begins to thin. The network of elastin and collagen fibers that allows our skin to stretch and retract begins to unravel, and the fat layer under the dermis sags (elastin and collagen are proteins found in the body's connective tissue.) Sweat and oil glands slow production, and the skin can no longer retain moisture.

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