Facial Plastic Surgery

The face is critical to one’s sense of self, and so choosing the right facial plastic surgeon is a difficult task. Face lifts, eyelid surgeries, and rhinoplasties are among the top five most commonly requested facial plastic surgery procedures in the U.S. Dr. Nagarkar performs these cosmetic surgeries as well as facial reconstruction procedures after Moh’s surgery, cancer surgery, or trauma.

Dr. Nagarkar believes that it is critical to restore you to your youthful self while re-establishing ideal facial proportions and relationships. There are no cookie-cutter solutions in facial surgery. The face must be taken as a harmonious whole, and all surgical procedures planned and executed in a way that maintains this harmony.

To meet Dr. Nagarkar in person and learn more about his approach, schedule your consultation or call us.

Facial cosmetic surgeries

Face/neck lift: face lift techniques have advanced a great deal in the last 20 years. A face and neck lift addresses skin descent, deflation and muscle separation in the cheek and neck area by lifting, filling and tightening to turn the clock back.

Browlift (forehead lift): a surgery to restore your brows to their natural position if you find that you look like you’re frowning even when you’re not.

Blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery): eyelids tend to become heavier and puffier with age, and a blepharoplasty can instantly make you look fresher, happier and less tired.

Rhinoplasty (nose surgery): one of the most delicate plastic surgery procedures, rhinoplasty can effect both subtle and significant changes to the nose to help you breathe easier, or bring the nose into harmony with the rest of your face.

Genioplasty (chin surgery): often overlooked, reducing or enlarging the chin to restore ideal proportions to the rest of the face can instantly improve the appearance of your face, neck, and even your nose.

Otoplasty (ear surgery): most commonly used to correct prominent ears. If you find that you avoid wearing your hair up because of your ears, this may be what you need.

Nonsurgical treatments: measure twice, cut once. Or not at all. Injectables, chemical peels, and lasers can remove the need for surgery in many patients.

Facial reconstructive surgeries

Moh’s surgery reconstruction: Moh’s surgery can effectively remove skin cancers on the scalp, face, nose and ears. And plastic surgical reconstruction of the wound can help restore form and function with minimal scarring

Facial scar revisions: not all old scars fade away. Troublesome scars on the face can be improved with surgery or with nonsurgical treatments including lasers, dermabrasion, and fillers.

Facial and mandible fractures: fractures of the nose, eye socket, and upper or lower jaws