Face & Brow Lift
Face and Brow Lift improve brow positioning, minimize frown lines and reduce forehead wrinkles. A forehead lift, also known as a brow lift or browplasty, is a cosmetic surgery procedure used to elevate a drooping eyebrow..
Chin Surgery increases or reduces the length and projection of the chin. A “strong” chin has often been considered a sign of beauty in a woman or strength in a man, while a “weak” chin can lead to facial imbalance and make the nose stand out more..
Cheekbone Implants create the appearance of higher, more prominent cheekbones and better facial balance.
Many cultures have depicted beautiful women and strong men with prominent cheekbones. Deficient cheeks can leave a face looking flat and tired.
Cheek Liposuction is a minimally invasive procedure used by many models to accentuate their cheek bones. before cheek liposuction came along, if you had chubby cheeks or so-called “chipmunk cheeks” you were more or less stuck with them. Before liposuction became an alternative
Blepharoplasty modifies the eyelid by removing or repositioning excess skin and fat while reinforcing muscles and tendons for both functional and cosmetic reasonsto improve puffy lower eyelid “bags”.Blepharoplasty is often done as an elective surgery for cosmetic reasons. Lower eyelid blepharoplasty is almost always …
Otoplasty denotes the surgical and non-surgical procedures for correcting the deformities and defects of the external ear; and for reconstructing a defective, or deformed, or absent external ear, consequent to congenital conditions and trauma. The otoplastic surgeon corrects the defect or deformity by creating an external ear that is of natural proportions, contour, and appearance, usually achieved by the reshaping, the moving, and the augmenting of the cartilaginous support framework of the external ear. Moreover, because the occurrence of congenital ear deformities occasionally overlaps with other medical conditions (e.g. Treacher Collins Syndrome, Hemifacial microsomia, etc.), corrective otoplasty procedures also are performed by an oro-maxilofacial surgeon (mouth, jaw, and face specialist), an otolaryngologist (ear, nose, and throat specialist), and the usual plastic surgeon.
Are you a candidate?
It is best to perform this surgery when young. While any age is acceptable, surgery done at 5 to 10 years of age can prevent years of teasing by other children.
Risks and complications
Because of the memory of the cartilage, sometimes the ear attempts to return to its original position, creating a need to repeat the surgery. At San Pedro Facial Surgery, should the surgery need to be repeated because of relapse, there is no surgeon’s charge, only a surgical supply and anesthesia fee.
What to expect after your surgery
The patient must wear an elastic bandage afterwards to support the ear in its new position. The elastic is worn for a few days, then only at night for the next one to two weeks.