Plastic, Reconstructive & Cosmetic Surgery - Facial Surgery
Facial Surgery
Face and Neck Lift Print E-mail
Over time the skin and soft tissues of the face begin to sag due to the effects of gravity. This may result in the formation of “jowls” and folds of skin on the cheeks and neck. A facelift can help to reposition these tissues by removing the excess skin and tightening the muscular layer of the face. This can help to freshen the appearance of your face and neck, and to improve your appearance.
Eyelid Surgery (Blepharoplasty) Print E-mail
The effects of aging are seen around the eyes as well as in the face. This results in an excess of skin in the eyelids, which can impede the opening of the eyes and give the eyes a sad appearance. The bulging of fat in the eyelids can also give them a puffy look. A blepharoplasty removes the excess skin and fat of the eyelids using incisions that are hidden within the natural skin creases, and gives the eyes a more open and refreshed look. This procedure is often combined with a facelift.
Brow Lift Print E-mail
With aging the sagging of the skin of the forehead can result in a lowering of the position of the eyebrows, and also in the appearance of excess skin folds outside the outer part of the upper eyelids. A brow lift restores the forehead and eyebrows to their normal position, and results in a younger and more refreshed appearance around the upper face and eyes.
Nose Surgery - Rhinoplasty Print E-mail
Rhinoplasty is a surgical procedure to improve the external appearance of the nose. This may be performed to restore the shape of the nose after an injury or as a purely cosmetic procedure if you wish to change the way that your nose has developed. Any breathing problems that you may have can be corrected at the same time as altering the external appearance of the nose.  Changing the appearance of the nose enhances your overall facial appearance, bringing the nose into harmony with the rest of the face.
Dr Nicholas Lotz, MBBS BSc(Med) FRACS