Unusually large breasts can cause cosmetic concerns, medical problems (like neck, shoulder and back pain), and self-esteem issues for many women. For this reason, breast reduction surgery is often covered by insurance. The goal of every breast reduction procedure is to create an aesthetic and flattering breast shape while achieving a more proportioned breast size. Learn more about breast reduction surgery here.

Brachioplasty or an "upper arm lift" is a procedure that corrects sagging skin in the upper arm area. This procedure has become increasingly popular in patients who have lost a significant amount of weight. Unfortunately, after massive weight loss, most patients will have redundant skin in multiple areas including their upper arms. A brachioplasty re-contours the upper arm area by removing the excess skin. This can also improve hygiene in the area, improve how clothes fit, and overall self-image. Learn more about brachioplasty here.

Over time or after pregnancy, breasts may lose their shape and sag. A breast lift, or mastopexy, restores a more youthful breast shape and restores fullness to the bust line. The procedure removes excess skin, and lifts and reshapes the remaining breast tissue. Learn more about breast lift surgery here.

If you have ever wished for fuller, larger, more proportioned breasts, you may want to consider breast implants. Breast augmentation is one of the most popular procedures performed at our practice and offers immediate results. As with all cosmetic surgery, having breast augmentation is a very personal decision and should be done for yourself, not for someone else! Learn more about augmentation with breast implants here.

Abdominoplasty, or a "tummy tuck" procedure, removes the excess, loose skin of the tummy area and realigns and tightens the underlying abdominal muscles (your six-pack muscles). An abdominoplasty is often combined with liposuction to achieve the best abdominal contour. Learn more about tummy tuck surgery here.

For patients who have experienced difficulty losing weight in localized areas of the body and have areas of "stubborn" fat that simply won't budge, liposuction may be the perfect solution. Learn more about liposuction here.

A facelift, or rhytidectomy, improves the visible signs of aging in the face and neck by tightening the skin and neck muscles. It is often performed with other facial cosmetic surgery procedures including a brow lift or eyelid lift. Learn more about facelift surgery here.

A brow lift, also known as a forehead lift, reduces the wrinkle lines that develop horizontally across the forehead, as well as those that occur on the bridge of the nose, between the eyes. Learn more about brow lift surgery here.


Rhinoplasty enhances facial harmony by re-sculpting the nose. The best rhinoplasties completely balance your nose with your facial aesthetics. Although the center point of the face, your nose should not be the center of attention. As well as correcting aesthetics, a rhinoplasty can also correct impaired breathing caused by internal nasal structural defects. Learn more about rhinoplasty here.

A neck lift, or lower rhytidectomy, improves visible signs of aging in the jawline (like jowling), and neck.It is often performed in combination with a facelift. Learn more about the neck lift procedure here.

Eyelid surgery, or blepharoplasty, improves the appearance of the eyelids by removing "bags" and excess eyelid skin. It can be performed on the upper or lower lids, or both. Upper eyelid lifts are often performed in conjunction with a brow lift. Learn more about eyelid surgery here.

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