Facial plastic surgery procedures help improve appearance and reduce the creases and folds that develop as part of the natural aging process.
Our surgeons improve the appearance of your face by naturally restoring ideal proportions, shape and balance. Whether addressing changes in the face secondary to the aging process or enhancing your natural features, our surgeons will help you achieve the look you desire.
Some procedures can be combined to achieve the best results. A personalized consultation with one of our surgeons is an opportunity to discuss your areas of concern and desired results.
Our skin care program offers the latest anti-aging therapies, including skin care options for every age and type of skin.
A facelift, also known as a rhytidectomy, is a surgical procedure designed to reduce or minimize the signs of aging in the lower and middle portions of the face.
Browlift surgery elevates and tightens the skin surrounding the eyebrows and upper lids, reducing the lines and wrinkles of the forehead.
Eyelid surgery, also known as blepharoplasty, is a procedure that drooping skin from the upper lids and excess fat from the upper and lower eyelids.
Rhinoplasty, surgery to reshape the nose, is one of the most common cosmetic surgery procedures.
Facial contouring encompasses a number of different sculpting techniques used to create a more youthful look or improve the shape of facial features such as the nose, chin or ears.
A neck lift is a set of cosmetic surgery procedures designed to improve the appearance of the neck.
Kybella™ is the first and only FDA-approved nonsurgical treatment that contours and improves the appearance submental fullness, also referred to as a "double chin."
At Penn, our plastic surgeons can improve the appearance of a scar on almost any part of the body.
Botox®, a type of neuromodulator, is a simple, non-surgical approach to treating frown lines, deep wrinkles and fine lines found on the face.
Injectable fillers are a non-surgical option for reducing the appearance of fine wrinkles and lines creating a more youthful appearance.
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