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Neck Lift

A neck lift is a cosmetic surgery procedure to help improve the appearance of the neck. A neck lift may involve correction of the underlying muscle (platysma), redraping of the skin or liposuction. This is often done in combination with a facelift.

Brow Lift

Ageing leads to lowering of the eyebrows. The three main surgical methods to achieve this are endoscopic brow lift, open brow lift and excisional brow lift. Endoscopic browlift is popular because it leaves minimal scars and the surgery is mainly under the skin. Open brow lift involves an incision (=cut) along the hairline and elevation (=lifting up) of the forehead skin. This method is advantageous in some cases where a receding hairline should also be addressed because excess skin can be removed. Excisional browlift simply involves removal of some skin above the brow. This is a simple quick procedure which can be done under local anaesthetic, but it leaves a visible scar above the brow.

Eyelid Surgery

(Blepharoplasty, Ptosis Surgery) Eyelid surgery (also called an eye lift or blepharoplasty), reduces bagginess from lower eyelids and removes excess skin from the upper eyelids. This surgery is usually done for cosmetic reasons. It’s also an effective way to improve sight in older people whose sagging upper eyelids get in the way of their vision. An eye lift will not eliminate dark circles under the eyes, crow’s feet, or other facial wrinkles. It is often done along with other procedures such as filler injections, or forehead lifts.

Ear Correction

(Pinnaplasty, Prominent Ears, Bat Ears, Antihelical Fold) If your ears protrude or are misshapen, or if your child has misshapen or protruding ears, cosmetic surgery may be an option. The surgery, which doctors call otoplasty, is most commonly done on children ages 4 to 14. It’s never too late, though, to make a change, and adults do undergo this surgery. Otoplasty can correct ear conditions such as protruding ears, abnormally large ear lobes, lop ear (in which the tip folds down and trends forward), and shell ear — a condition in which certain features of a normal ear are missing. There are several ways the ear can be reshaped. One involves cutting out the cartilage, which is the main structural component of the ear. Another involves folding and stitching the cartilage instead of cutting it away. In either case, your surgeon will begin by making a small cut at the back of your ear. This will allow access to the cartilage for the necessary procedure. After the surgery is complete, the surgeon will close the cuts with stitches.