Face Procedures

All faces are unique and contribute to individual identity. Your face presents a first impression and impacts how people respond to you. That is why appearance matters. Unfortunately, we often feel younger than we look. Facial plastic surgery has historically been associated with stretched un-natural faces, and more recently with overinflated lips and cheeks. My approach is not to change how people look, but to make delicate adjustments that gives you a refreshed and revitalised look to help you to showcase your personality. It is all about improving, not changing.

Facelift.

A Facelift aims to reduce sagging in your face and neck. There are lots of different types of facelift techniques, each with their own merits. Recently the tendency has been towards less invasive procedures with smaller incisions and less downtime.

Prominent Ears.

Prominent ear surgery aims to improve the shape and position of ears to give better symmetry. Most people have prominent ears due to genetics but some can develop them after injury or previous surgery.

Lower Eyelids.

Lower blepharoplasty is an operation to improve the appearance of the lower eyes. Patients commonly seek this surgery because they feel they look tired, or are bothered by bags under their eyes.

Upper Eyelids.

The upper blepharoplasty is a small operation that removes the upper eyelid skin, treats any bulging fat and aims to give a much more youthful eye with a better defined upper crease.