Breast augmentation surgery uses breast implants or fat to increase the size of your breasts or restore breast volume. Many people love having this procedure done after they lose a significant amount of weight or after pregnancy.
Breast augmentation can have many benefits. First, it will increase the fullness and projection of your breasts. Second, it will improve the balance of your figure. Third, it will enhance your self-image and self-confidence.
A breast lift, also known as mastopexy, will raise the breasts by removing any excess skin and tightening the surrounding tissue to reshape and support your new breast contour. Many people are unhappy when their areola has enlarged over time. A breast lift will also help to reduce it.
The American Society of Plastic Surgeons has stated that breast lifts have passed breast implants 2-1. So, many people are noticing the many benefits. A breast lift will also rejuvenate your figure and give you more youthful and uplifted breasts.
Tummy tuck surgery will help remove excess fat and skin and restore weakened or separated muscles in the abdomen. It will also help your stomach look and feel smoother and firmer. This surgery is also known as abdominoplasty, and patients have had a lot of success with it for many years.
So many people are looking for a well-toned abdomen. This is one of top priorities you strive for when you go to the gym. Sometimes a balanced diet and exercise routine is not enough to achieve the results that you want.
At The Daniels Group, we are proud to offer a variety of pediatric reconstructive surgery services to our younger patients. Our specialists provide surgical correction for deformities that are a result of injury or trauma.
Whether your child has experienced a dog bite, severe injury, or other type of accident, we are here when you need us most.
At The Daniels Group, we are proud to offer reconstructive surgery for our patients dealing with skin cancer, skin lesions, and injuries from accidents.
For patients dealing with skin cancer, we often recommend Mohs Surgery, or Mohs micrographic surgery.
This is one of the few skin cancer treatments that involve removing only the cancerous cells, enabling the patient to keep as much healthy skin as possible with a high cure rate. Mohs surgery is unique as it allows the surgeon to see where the cancer is and where it stops.
Eyelid surgery is also known as blepharoplasty. It is a surgical procedure that will improve the appearance of your eyelids. This surgery is able to be performed on the upper lids, lower lids, or even both.
People consider eyelid surgery for a variety or reasons. First, they want to improve the appearance of their eyelids. We understand that having beautiful eyelids can improve your appearance and overall self esteem. Eyelid surgery is also able to address functional problems. It can rejuvenate the areas surrounding your eyes.
A facelift, technically known as a rhytidectomy, involves improving the appearance of how the face and neck skin area appear. This surgery can improve the look of skin that has begun to show the effects of aging. Common areas treated include sagging facial skin, the increase of folds and wrinkles around the mouth and nose, layers of skin sagging underneath the chin that creates an effect known as “turkey neck,” and jowls.
It should be noted that skin doesn’t show signs of aging simply due to time alone. Weather, diet, drinking alcohol, smoking, work environment, and one’s genetic background all contribute to how he or she will appear with age. Chronic stress can also be a big negative factor in general health and appearance as well.
A brow lift is a procedure meant to lift your forehead. It will reverse the effects of gravity and tighten up the soft tissues of the forehead.
It also has many additional advantages. First, a brow lift will reduce the wrinkle lines that develop horizontally across the forehead, across the bridge of the nose, and between the eyes. A brow lift will also improve the frown lines and vertical creases that develop between your eyebrows. You will also notice a huge improvement in sagging brows that hood the upper eyelids. Finally, a brow lift will make your face appear more youthful.
Scar revision surgery will help to minimize scars so that they look more consistent with the surrounding skin tone and texture. When you are involved in an accident or have surgery, many times scars develop. Many people become embarrassed or self-conscious of their scars. That is why we are so proud to offer scar revision services.
When a wound heals, it can still result in a scar. Scars can be raised or recessed and can be a different texture, size, or shape than the rest of the surrounding area. Our goal is to help your scar blend in as much as it possibly can.
The ear is a complex part of the body and is very important for maintaining balanced facial proportions, symmetry, and contour. Since earlobes do not have a lot of cartilage in them for support, many people can find themselves with deformities which are caused by injury or trauma. Others simply were born with these problems and wish to have their earlobes repaired. We want you to feel confident in your appearance every single day, which is why we are proud to offer earlobe repair surgery.
Earlobe repair surgery is performed by our compassionate and educated plastic surgeon. He will first have a consultation with you to ensure that you are a good candidate for surgery and to hear what your goals are for the surgery. We want to exceed your expectation, which is why we take this part very seriously.
Although no skin is removed, neck liposuction often results in a considerable tightening of the skin. The ideal candidate is a younger man or woman with fullness of the neck and poor definition of their jawline. A small incision is made behind each ear and underneath the chin. The neck is suctioned using a very small cannula.
At The Daniels Group, we are proud to offer services for skin lesion treatment. These are typically identified as abnormal skin growths such as warts, moles, and unusual bumps on the skin.
Lesions that have been present since birth or were acquired over time are considered primary, and any lesion caused by irritation to those primary lesions are considered secondary.