Chin surgery is a cosmetic (dermal fillers) or surgical (implant, mentoplasty or genioplasty) procedure that can reshape your chin, adding symmetry and balance to the contours of your chin, jawline, and neck and give you a more graceful and refined appearance.
Facial Trauma can result in open wounds, broken bones, scars, or facial asymmetry. Reconstruction requires meticulous repair of all injured structures by an experienced surgeon. Dr. Taylor and Dr. Sullivan are both fellowship trained in Craniomaxillofacial Surgery and are former co-directors of the Division of Craniofacial Surgery at Brown University.
Ears normally have a delicate and refined appearance with standard folds and creases. Sometimes, people are born with no ears, malformed ears, or ears that are too prominent, too large, or stick out. Dr. Taylor and Dr. Sullivan can create a normal appearing ear with less prominence through incisions hidden behind the ear.
Eyelid Surgery, also know as blepharoplasty, is one of the most effective techniques for facial rejuvenation. Drooping, sagging, and puffy eyelids are one of the first signs of facial aging, and also the first area others notice when having a conversation and making eye contact. Connecting with others happens with our eyes.
A facial implant is a surgical procedure that enhances specific features of your face, cheek, chin, and jaw by installing synthetic materials deep under the subcutaneous tissue and onto the underlying bone. The implant is made of a material that is compatible with human tissues and designed to alter and tighten your skin and accentuate areas of the cheeks, chin, nose, and lower jaw.
Many patients tell us they just want to “look how they feel” — namely fresh, healthy, alert and happy. An aging face can often look tired, fatigued and haggard, in contrast with how someone may feel. A combination of approaches can be taken to address this, from nonsurgical to minimally invasive to extensive.
Facial fullness between the cheek bones and lips provides a youthful appearance. Volume loss in this area and the facial compartments accentuates grooves such as the nasolabial folds and marionette lines and results in a concave facial contour. These areas can be rejuvenated and facial volume restored with autologous fat grafting or fat transfer.
The nose is the centerpiece of the face, contains complex structures and anatomy, and must be properly aligned for normal breathing. The nose is the most frequently broken facial bone. Many of us can remember being struck in the nose during playtime or activities as child and suffering some pain as well as a bloody nose.
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