Facial Plastics and Reconstruction
Cosmetic Nasal Surgery
by Guy Lin, M.D., B. Todd Schaeffer, M.D., F.A.C.S. & Moshe Ephrat, M.D., F.A.C.S.
Rhinoplasty is surgery of the nose in which cartilage and bone are reshaped to produce a more aesthetically balanced nose that is in harmony with one’s facial features. Furthermore, it is crucial to maintain the function of the nose after rhinoplasty. Oftentimes, nasal obstruction is addressed in the same sitting including surgery for a deviated nasal septum, turbinate hypertrophy, chronic sinusitis, or collapse of the nasal valve due to weakness of the tip support structure.
Facelifts and Aging Face
by Paul Kelly, M.D.
Fighting the aging process entails understanding what is happening to the tissues and structures of the face which makes one look older and creating a counter and equal force that re-establishes the pre-aged appearance to as near as is possible.
by Advanced Facial Plastics Division
Eyelid surgery, also called blepharoplasty removes the excess skin, fat, and/or muscle from both upper and/or lower eyelids. Excess skin creates a heavy, tired look. The excess skin of the upper eyelid will sometimes rest on eyelashes making application of eye makeup difficult.
Botox and Facial Fillers
by Moshe Ephrat, M.D., F.A.C.S.
Trust your AFP surgeon with relaxing and softening the lines of your face using botulinum toxin. This is a chemical that is used in very small quantities to temporarily weaken the muscles around the eye and forehead.
by Agata Brys, M.D.
Hair loss (alopecia) affects 2 out of every 3 men, and 1 in 5 women. For men, heredity is a major factor in hair loss. For women, heredity and hormonal changes, such as those that occur during menopause, are responsible for female pattern changes that include hair thinning and loss.
by Doug Leventhal, M.D.
Pediatric plastic surgery is comprised of reconstructive and cosmetic surgery performed on children. These are surgeries to correct birth defects ...