At Renaissance Plastic Surgery, we offer a full array of facial plastic surgery procedures. We have performed successful cosmetic surgeries for many years, but we also stay at the forefront of technological advances in the field, which allows us to conduct your procedure with greater precision, improved results, and shorter/more comfortable recovery times.
Every surgery we perform is tailored specifically to your individual needs and your desires, while assuring your safety. All of these procedures require substantial experience, skill, and an artistic eye in order to achieve the look you want.
Facelifts are among the most common cosmetic surgery procedures. They tighten and reposition sagging tissues of the cheeks, jawline, jowls, and neck to dramatically reverse the effects of aging. A facelift can sometimes be enhanced by another procedure performed simultaneously, such as a forehead/brow lift, eyelid lift, fat injections, or non-surgical skin resurfacing procedures (chemical peel, laser skin resurfacing, or dermabrasion). Read more.
Eyelid Surgery / Blepharoplasty
Eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty or oculoplastic surgery) is a procedure for either the upper or lower eyelids or both. This surgery can correct sagging upper eyelids, puffiness of the upper eyelids, under-eye bags, and lower lid wrinkling, laxity, and skin excess. As a result of the surgery, the eyes are more open and youthful. Read more.
Forehead Lift / Brow Lift
A forehead lift (sometimes called an eyebrow lift) is a surgical cosmetic procedure that smoothes the skin in the brow and forehead area, reducing drooping eyebrows, overhanging upper eyelids, frown lines, and other forehead wrinkles. The result is a fresher, more youthful appearance. Some patients are candidates for an endoscopic browlift, which is less invasive with smaller incisions and a shorter recovery period. Read more.
Nose Reshaping / Rhinoplasty
Rhinoplasty is a surgical procedure that reshapes and/or resizes the nose. This surgery can be performed for cosmetic reasons or to reconstruct the nose to correct a defect or injury. It can also correct breathing problems, such as a deviated septum. At Renaissance, our goal is to give you an aesthetic and functional result that is in proportion to the rest of your face. Read more.
Fat injections involve fat transfer from one part of the body (using liposuction) that is then injected into another part of the body to improve wrinkles, thin lips, sunken cheeks, sagging facial skin, scars with depressions of the skin, or lost volume in the face, neck, and/or hands. Fat injections can also be used to improve the natural shape of the breast during a breast reconstruction. Read more.
Skin Resurfacing – Chemical Peel
A chemical peel is a non-surgical skin resurfacing procedure to improve rough skin, fine wrinkles, acne scars, surgical scars, and/or pre-cancerous keratoses growths. The chemical peels can be done at varying depths to remove the top layer of skin, leaving behind a newer, fresher layer of skin for an overall improved appearance. Read more.
Skin Resurfacing – Dermabrasion
Dermabrasion is another non-surgical skin resurfacing technique that removes the top layer of skin. In this case, the skin is “sanded” using diamond particles. The process improves the appearance of dull skin, fine wrinkles, scars, and keratoses. Read more.
Laser Skin Resurfacing – CO2 Laser
CO2 is a fractional laser skin resurfacing technique that uses laser light to decrease the signs of aging on the face, neck, chest, and/or hands. It can improve fine lines, rough skin, keratoses, brown spots (pigmented lesions), acne scars, surgical scars, and enlarged pores. Read more.
Phenol Peels are considered the gold standard of facial resurfacing as the deepest level of the dermas is reached producing the most dramatic results in optimal candidates. Phenol Peels address severely sun damaged skin, coarse wrinkles, and scars with results that can last for years. After healing is complete, the skin is much clearer, more elastic, and the appearance of deep wrinkles and significant discoloration is reduced. Expected downtime is 2 weeks with the appearance of redness lasting up to 3 months. Patients post-phenol peel must take appropriate precautions against possible sun damage and should avoid exposing the treated skin to the sun without sun block. Read more.