Otoplasty (Ears) is an operation to repair prominent ears or “bat ears”. The cause of this common cosmetic problem remains unknown, though like many conditions, there is a hereditary element. This obviously doesn’t mean that a parent with bat ears will always pass it on, but there is a link.
Unlike the actual round structure of your eye that cannot be cosmetically improved, the surrounding eyelid is pliable and perfect for surgical enhancement. The eye and eyelid is the focal point of human interactions, experiencing contacts on all levels every minute of every day. Opting to enhance your appearance with eyelid surgery (Blepharoplasty) will yield deeply gratifying results, as it instantly refreshes your face and displays a softer more youthful demeanour.
Rhytidectomy (Face Lift), commonly known as a facelift, is the surgical process of returning the face and neck to a more youthful and rested state. As we age, we lose tissue fullness, which results in wrinkling, sagging and unwanted hollows that are accentuated – specifically in areas where the tissue is attached to underlying bones. Facelift surgery removes extra skin to reduce wrinkles, firms up the layer under the skin, smoothes out the front of the neck, and refills hollow areas.
Cosmetic Neck Surgery – Our chin and neck areas are highly visible and ready telltale signs of aging. Unfortunately, these are often neglected during facial cosmetic improvements. The improved face shows in stark contrast to the waddles, turkey gobblers and lined, wrinkled neck, pointing to both aging as well as previous facial surgery.
Rhinoplasty, or nose job surgery, is the most artistic procedure undertaken by plastic surgeons. This is because all the work is done on the underlying framework of the nose, which consists of a bone and cartilage combination. The skin must then shrink and shape over the new modified nasal structure. This takes up to two years, and thereafter the changes become visible and stable. The amount of change also depends on your skin type and thickness.