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    FACE / EARS / NOSE

    • Facelift Age and gravity both diminish volume resulting in the loss of facial features therefore showing the results of aging. Most patients requesting evaluation for the facelift feel that their facial features do not reflect their youthful spirit and energy level.
    • Forehead lift For some patients early ageing appears in the form of low eyebrows, and heavy expression wrinkles or furrows form between the eyebrows, along with deep wrinkles on the forehead. The Forehead Lift helps by lifting the eyebrows and smooth out wrinkles.
    • Brow lift A Brow lift is often performed to treat conditions associated with aging. It may be done in conjunction with other cosmetic procedures to achieve a more harmonious facial appearance, for example a Blepharoplasty (eyelid correction).
    • Prominent Ears Correction (Otoplasty) Ear surgery often is recommended for children but adults may also have their ears reshaped. As long as you are in good health, there is no upper age limit for this surgery.
    • Nose Correction Rhinoplasty is an operation that needs a thorough evaluation, taking into full consideration the patient’s wishes and addressing their reasons for making changes.
    • Chin enlargement with implant Some individuals may develop a retracted chin which may contribute to a profile where the nose and forehead appears to jut sharply forward. This can be very distressing to the patient but can be corrected by means of a chin implant.
    • Chin enlargement with fat grafting In some individuals, a retracted chin can develop, which can contribute to a profile in which the nose and forehead appear to jut sharply forward. Although a retracted chin can be distressing to the patient, it can be corrected.
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