During my surgical training, I have acquired extensive experience in facial surgery with some exceptional surgeons. They have passed on their artistic concepts regarding the face to me.
This is not a search for an ideal standard of beauty, but rather subtle and harmonious embellishments to the face, in accordance with its ascribed forms of beauty. This approach guarantees natural results that help preserve your character and personal identity.
Facial surgery procedures:
Indications for facial surgery
Facial surgery is for anyone who wants to regain their self-confidence by restoring harmony between their physical and mental image, whether due to the signs of ageing, the features they were born with or those caused by an accident.
The range of techniques at our disposal today makes it possible to treat all areas of the face: the forehead, eyes, nose, ears, mouth, chin or facial contour. An initial consultation will enable me to perfectly identify your needs in order to point you towards the procedure(s) most likely to meet those needs.
In some cases, aesthetic medicine procedures may be performed as a replacement or addition to surgical operations. We will take the time to discuss your various options during the consultation, so that you can make an informed decision.
A face lift tightens the skin and muscles in order to reduce the effects of ageing. This operation aims to redefine the facial contour and treat sagging skin on the neck.
Blepharoplasty is an operation that treats excess skin on the upper eyelids or under the lower eyelids and corrects signs of skin ageing, such as drooping eyelids or bags under the eyes, also called fat hernias.
A nose that is too long, hooked, imposing or deviated can cause some patients to feel that their face needs reshaping. Nose reshaping surgery will allow these patients to correct these features and thus feel better about their self-image.
Otoplasty is a plastic surgery procedure that corrects protruding ears. It is mostly for adult patients but also for children from the age of 7.
Upper lip lifting
Ageing of the mouth can cause an elongation of the white lip (located between the base of the nose and the upper lip) and a thinning of the red lip. In this way, the mouth acquires a thin and pinched appearance that can be corrected by lifting the upper lip.
Chin augmentation surgery is on offer to correct poorly projecting chins. This procedure makes it possible to work on the facial profile and thus correct any potential imbalances.