There are numerous face procedures that can help patients get the look that they want to achieve. Stronger chins, more attractive noses, more youthful skin, and brighter eyes are all possible. At Salinas Valley Plastic Surgery Associates, we offer several types of face procedures in Salinas.

Brow Lift

Brows can sag as patients get older, but with a brow lift, this can be fixed. With a brow lift, also called a forehead lift, we can address age lines on the forehead and lift drooping eyebrows that have lost their definition and shape.

Chin Implants

Giving the chin more volume is a fantastic option for patients who want to convey certain impressions with their looks. Getting a chin implant can give a patient a stronger-looking chin. This procedure can also address cosmetic issues like a receding chin, thus giving patients a more balanced facial structure.

Ear Surgery

For cases where the ears of the patient are misshapen or have some sort of deformation due to an accident or from birth, ear surgery would be incredibly helpful. Also known as otoplasty, this procedure is about altering cartilage to reshape the ear. This is also a good option for patients who feel that their ears are too big and want to make them smaller.

Eyelid Surgery

Drooping eyelids can make patients look tired and stressed or give them the appearance of looking angry all the time. With eyelid surgery, excess skin can be removed, thus giving patients a brighter look. It can also help correct obstructed vision when the eyelids have drooped too far.

Facelift

Millions of people have gotten a facelift for its effectiveness in combatting common signs of aging. With this procedure, patients can look younger and give their faces more definition. It’s done by lifting the underlying tissues of the face, which in turn tightens the skin and reduces the appearance of wrinkles.

Mini Facelift

A mini facelift is a more targeted form of the regular facelift. It addresses subtler signs of aging. This is a good option for younger patients who are starting to show common signs of aging such as sagging cheeks and the formation of jowls. By getting this procedure, they will be able to enjoy their youthful looks for a longer period of time.

Rhinoplasty

Also known as a nose job, rhinoplasty is a procedure that is meant to reshape the patient’s nose. It can affect a wide variety of aspects of the nose, such as its size, shape, depth, height, and sharpness. It can also be a good way of improving breathing by addressing obstructions that might have formed from birth or due to an accident. The procedure can involve making changes to the bone, cartilage, and/or soft tissue of the nose.

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