Plastic Surgery of Palm Beach offers a multitude of facial procedures for each patient’s individual desires. From facelifts to lip enhancements, patients can be sure to find a procedure that fits their unique needs.

Facelift »

Rhytidectomies, or facelifts, can remedy an array of issues including facial sagging, deep creases between the nose and mouth, jowls, and loose skin and fat under the chin and jaw. The three main face lift techniques used today include the traditional facelift, the limited-incision facelift, and the neck lift.

Eyelid Surgery »

Drooping upper eyelids can lead to vision interference, while sagging lower eyelids can cause bags or dark circles.  Eyelid surgery, also called blepharoplasty, can remedy drooping or sagging upper or lower eyelids.

Rhinoplasty »

Patients who are unhappy with the size or shape of their nose can undergo a rhinoplasty to feel more confident with their own facial features. Rhinoplasty can change the look of the nose by reducing or increasing the size and eliminating any other imperfections. It can also add symmetry and harmony to the face.

Brow Lift »

Forehead wrinkles can add years to an appearance, making patients look tired, sad, or angry. A brow lift can treat this problem, lifting forehead skin and remodeling muscle and tissue in the area.

Erbium Laser Resurfacing »

Erbium laser resurfacing is an effective way to reduce signs of aging, scarring, facial lines, wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, sun spots and more, all while brightening the complexion. Cool light lasers are used to vaporize damaged skin cells in a safe and efficient manner.

Lip Enhancement »

A selection of injectable soft tissue fillers are available to add fullness to thin, flat lips. These fillers can also decrease fine lines around the mouth.

Chin Implants »

Chin implants add definition to a weak or receding chin. This creates a more attractive profile and chin contour, in return, improving self-confidence.

Otoplasty »

An otoplasty can address various unwanted attributes of the ears, including large, protruding ears, small, cupped ears, ears with no outer curve in the cartilage, and ears that fold downward or inward.