liposuction reduces localized deposits of excess fatty tissue. frequently treated areas include the thighs, hips, buttocks, knees, abdomen, and lower back. the area under the chin, upper arms, and calves are also sometimes treated.
rhytidectomy improves the tone and contour of the cheeks, jawline, and neck (including bands in the neck) and is primarily used to treat larger or deeper wrinkles in these areas. deep creases of the cheeks on either side of the nose and "jowls" along the jawline can be improved. the jawline and neck are more dramatically improved than the upper face is, as the procedure targets the heavier wrinkles or sagging skin in the lower face and neck.
blepharoplasty smoothes the appearance of the eyelids by removing or repositioning excess fatty tissue, or "bags, " under the eyes. adjustments can be made for drooping upper eyelids as well, resulting in a more well-rested appearance. surgery can be performed on upper or lower lids alone or in combination.
abdominoplasty, or "tummy tuck, " is a procedure to improve the contour and tone of the lower abdomen. during the procedure, skin and fat are removed below the belly button (umbilicus), some stretch marks can be removed and the abdominal muscles can be tightened, if needed.
frequently, burn injuries can leave scars that are functionally or aesthetically detrimental. we can work to reconstruct the skin, by utilizing procedures including grafting, scar revisions, rotation flaps, or microsurgical transplants.