there are many reasons why the skin on the face can begin to wrinkle and sag, including exposure to the sun, genetics, and the natural aging process. children and young adults have smooth skin and an attractive facial contour, but over time the skin sags and fits more loosely. folds and wrinkles become prominent, especially around the chin, the jaw line and along the neck. in orange county, a facelift from dr. andrew smith can correct these concerns and restore a youthful appearance.
Rhinoplasty In Orange County
performed to change the appearance of the nose, rhinoplasty in orange county can simply refine the appearance or reduce the size. the procedure also can be used to improve airflow for some patients who have difficulty breathing. dr. smith performs rhinoplasty for all age groups, including teenagers (once the nose has finished growing) and the elderly.
Orange County Liposuction
a surgical technique that improves the body's contour, liposuction works by removing excess fat from deposits located between the skin and muscle. at our practice in orange county, liposuction is used to sculpt areas that do not improve through diet and exercise alone. as you may know, the procedure is not designed to remove very large amounts of fat and is not a treatment for obesity.
Body Lift In Orange County
after losing a great deal of weight, having children or losing skin elasticity through age, many people find that the skin on their abdomen, buttocks and thighs isn't as firm and smooth as it used to be. often, the skin becomes so stretched that no amount of diet and exercise can restore the look of their lower bodies. if you want to improve the look of any or all of these trouble spots, choosing a body lift in orange county can give you more than just a new look: it can give you new confidence.
Medial Thigh Lift
this operation is done to tighten the loose skin of the thigh and buttock. it does not change the texture of the skin but by stretching it, the wrinkling is made less noticeable. patients with a small to moderate amount of excess tissue may be candidates for an incision hidden in the groin crease. larger amounts of redundant tissue may need to be removed through more extensive incisions.