Eyes, Nose, Neck, Forehead, and Cheeks

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Procedures for:

All genders:

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Women

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Men

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Procedures performed at:

Institute for Plastic Surgery

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Medical Spa

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Eyes nose neck forehead and cheeks

Eyelid surgery (Blefaroplasty)

This procedure rejuvenates the eyes, where the excess of skin, fat, or muscle tissue is resected from upper and lower eyelids. Herewith, the bags that form around the eyes are removed.
This procedure requires a medical leave and recovery time of 5 days.

Surgery of malar bags

This procedure is performed to enhance a tired facial expression caused by the bags formed in the malar region.
This procedure requires a medical leave and recovery time of 7 days.

Eyebrow lifting

This procedure aims to lift the eyebrows, rejuvenate the eyelid, and give the face a more cheerful appearance.
This procedure requires a medical leave and recovery time of 5 days.

Forehead stretching

With this procedure the skin of the forehead and the eyebrows is elevated and stretched to eliminate or reduce the wrinkles of that area, as well as the wrinkles around the eyes and the frowning lines.
This procedure requires a medical leave and recovery time of 7 days.

Nose surgery (Rhinoplasty)

Rhinoplasty is one of the most frequent surgeries that we perform.
This surgery is done with diverse goals depending on the needs of each patient; with it, the appearance, structure, and function of the nose can be improved.
This procedure requires a medical leave and recovery time of 7 days.

Facial slimming surgery (Bichat Bags)

Better known as Bichectomy, this procedure consists of the ambulatory surgical resection of the Bichat Bags, to reduce the volume of the cheeks obtaining a better definition of the facial contour. Bichat Bags are fat deposits in the cheeks, right below the cheekbones. This procedure is done with local anesthesia.
This procedure requires a medical leave and recovery time of 3 days.

Meloplasty (Rhytidectomy)

This is an outpatient procedure performed under local anesthesia that aims to slim and reduce cheek volume, resecting mucous membrane and muscle tissue from inside the mouth’s cavity. This procedure enhances the results obtained by the resection of the Bichat Bags.
This procedure requires a medical leave and recovery time of 3 days.

Liposculpture of the neck

Ambulatory surgical procedure that helps outline the jawbone by resecting the excess of fat tissue on the neck. Occasionally, the muscles of the neck have to be moved or the submaxillary glands have to be resected, as well.
This procedure requires a medical leave and recovery time of 5 days or more, depending on the surgery that was performed.

Facial implants

CHIN, CHEEKBONES, JAW. Facial implants are used to outline the facial contour. These are silicone and/or hydroxyapatite (bone) implants. They are placed in areas that have to be corrected. Depending on the area this can be either an outpatient procedure or performed under local anesthesia.
This procedure requires a medical leave and recovery time of 5 to 10 days.

Ear surgery (Otoplasty)

PROTRUDING EARS, EAR ABSENCE, EAR LOBE CORRECTION. This procedure is better known as otoplasty. This surgery aims to reduce the size, and/or improve the form and ear projection.
This procedure requires a medical leave and recovery time of 5 days.

Lifting

FACE AND NECK LIFTING This surgery is recommended to eradicate the ageing signs on cheeks and neck. A complete rejuvenation of the face and neck will be obtained. A special laser treatment is used to reduce recovery time.
This procedure requires a medical leave and recovery time of 15 to 20 days.

Lip lift

UPPER LIP LIFTING Outpatient procedure performed under local anesthesia to reduce the signs of ageing caused by the elongation of the upper lip and the loss of projection.
This procedure requires a medical leave and recovery time of 3 days.

Cleft lip and palate surgery

Cleft lip and palate are due to an incomplete development of the upper lip and/or the palate during fetal development stages. In this condition, the lip and the palate develop separately, therefore, when born, babies will present a cleft lip, cleft palate, or the combination of both.

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