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BCM - Baylor College of Medicine

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Center for Aesthetic Surgery

Cosmetic Surgery Procedures

Our physicians are committed to achieving the most natural-looking results possible, through an expert combination of the science of medicine and the art of surgery.

Brow liftMinimizes forehead creases, drooping eyebrows, hooding over eyes, furrowed forehead and frown lines by removing excess tissue, altering muscles and tightening the forehead skin.

Endoscopic brow lift (minimally invasive). Uses fewer incisions than the traditional brow lift.

Temporal brow liftUses an incision in the scalp adjacent to the temple.

Cheek or facial implants. Changes the basic shape and balance of the face using carefully shaped implants to add prominence to cheekbones, build up a receding chin, or reshape the jaw line.

Chin augmentationUses carefully shaped implants to build up and reshape a receding chin, providing more balanced facial features.

Eye rejuvenation (blepharoplasty). Corrects drooping upper and/or lower eyelids and puffy bags below the eyes by removing excess fat, skin and muscle from the eyelids for a more refreshed, youthful and alert appearance.

Face and neck liftImproves sagging facial skin, jowls, and loose neck skin by removing excess fat, tightening the muscles, and re-draping the skin.

Facial rejuvenation (facelift procedures). Improves the most visible signs of aging by removing excess fat on the face, tightening underlying muscles, and re-draping the skin on the face and neck.

Fat injections. Excess fat cells are removed from the body and re-implanted to other locations where more fullness is desired, including the lips, nasolabial folds (mouth to nose folds), under eyes, cheeks, chin and temples.

Hair restoration with follicular micrografts. Fills in balding areas with a patient's own hair. Works best on men with male pattern baldness after hair loss has stopped.

Lip sculpting/augmentation. Restores fullness, definition and proportion to aging, damaged or thin lips. Options include lip suspension, fat injections, fillers and implants.

Lip suspension. Helps to give the lip a more defined youthful appearance.

Midface rejuvenation/lift proceduresPulls up and suspends the soft tissue of the cheeks, restoring cheek volume and creating a more youthful midface contours.

Neck contouringRemoves excess fat under the chin and in the neck area and tightens the neck muscle for a more youthful, attractive neck contour.

Nose surgery, cosmetic (rhinoplasty). Reshapes the nose by reducing or increasing its size, removing a hump, changing the shape of the tip or bridge of the nose, narrowing the span of nostrils, or changing the angle between the nose and upper lip.

Nose surgery, functional (rhinoplasty). Relieves breathing problems.

Otoplasty (ear surgery). Repositions prominent ears closer to the head, or reduces the size of large ears. Most often performed on children between the ages of 4 and 14.

Removal of benign or malignant lesions. Removes growths on the skin while minimizing scarring.

Scar revision. Improves the appearance of a scar by relocating it or minimizing its prominence; can also improve movement diminished by scarring.

Treatment of wrinkles around mouth, eyes, forehead. There are a variety of modalities for treatment of wrinkles including fat injections, Botox®, and soft tissue fillers.