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Surgical Facial Procedures

Departments & Specialties   >   Plastic & Facial Plastic Surgery   >   Surgical Procedures   >   Surgical Facial Procedures

Surgical Facial Procedures

Jefferson K. Kilpatrick, MD | Russell B. Stokes, MD | Hannah Parbst, Esthetician

Dr. Kilpatrick Plastic and Facial Plastic Surgery

We believe that each person has unique needs when it comes to making decisions regarding plastic surgery. That is why we offer personal consultations in the privacy of our office to evaluate the possible benefits to you of cosmetic surgery.

During this consultation, you will learn more about cosmetic surgery and what we can offer you in the skill and experience of our plastic surgeons and our staff. We will explain what you can expect during and after a procedure and any possible complications or risks. You will also have time to ask any questions and discuss any concerns you may have.

The advancement in technology and skills of Dr. Kilpatrick and our staff have resulted in shorter recovery times, increased accuracy and better outcomes for patients. We offer computer imaging. This process provides you with a personal computer generated “before and after” view of the possible results that can be accomplished with facial cosmetic surgery.

Our Plastic & Facial Plastic Surgery department includes an in-office surgical suite, a recovery room, a private entrance and reception area. Our patients have the comfort of knowing the facility is certified for surgical excellence by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care Inc. (AAAHC). This certification ensures that the physicians, the staff and the facility have met the highest standards for patient safety and state-of-the-art equipment.

Plastic & Facial Plastic Surgery offers several types of cosmetic solutions for men and women. Dr. Kilpatrick and our staff are very experience in all of the procedures shown below.

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    Nasal Surgery (Rhinoplasty)

    Nose Surgery Plastic & Facial Plastic Surgery

    One of the most common plastic surgery procedures, rhinoplasty is performed to reshape, reduce or augment a person’s nose, remove a hump, narrow nostril width, change the angle between the nose and the mouth, or to correct injury, birth defects, or other problems that affect breathing.

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    Ear Surgery (Otoplasty)

    Ear Surgery Plastic & Facial Plastic Surgery

    Ear surgery is typically performed to set prominent ears back closer to the head, or to reduce the size of large ears.

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    Facial Implant

    Facial Implant Plastic & Facial Plastic Surgery

    Many areas of the face can be effectively augmented with facial implants. Commonly treated areas include the chin (chin implant), the cheekbones (malar augmentation), and the lips (lip augmentation).

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    Facelift (Face and Neck Lift)

    Facelift Plastic & Facial Plastic Surgery

    Facelifts remove fat and tighten skin and muscles, giving your face a fresher, youthful look.

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    Endoscopic Browlift / Forehead Lift

    Brow Lift Plastic & Facial Plastic Surgery

    Endoscopic Browlifts / Forehead Lifts can revitalize drooping or lined foreheads, helping you to look less angry, sad or tired.

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    Chin Augmentation

    Chin Augmentation Plastic & Facial Plastic Surgery

    Chin surgery, also known as mentoplasty, is a surgical procedure to reshape the chin either by enhancement with an implant or reduction surgery on the bone.

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    Anterior Cervicoplasty / Grecian Urn

    Anterior Cervicoplasty Plastic & Facial Plastic Surgery

    This procedure is ideal for patients who may not want a face or neck lift, but wish to get rid of their “Turkey Gobbler Neck.”

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    Eyelid Surgery

    Eyelid Surgery Plastic & Facial Plastic Surgery

    Blepharoplasty can rejuvenate puffy, sagging or tired-looking eyes by removing excess fat, skin and muscle from the upper and lower eyelids.

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    Scar Revision

    Scar Revision Plastic & Facial Plastic Surgery

    Once a scar forms, it is permanent but may be made less visible or relocated surgically.