Your face has thousands of intricate parts. Entrust them all to the facial plastics specialists at CEENTA. Our specialty-trained ophthalmologists and ENT physicians have specific expertise in their respective areas. They are trained to know every muscle and nerve and how they function and how to obtain the best possible cosmetic result. They will work with you to get the results you want and deserve in the safest and most effective way possible. Schedule a consultation with one of our doctors and they will help determine the course of treatment that’s best for you.

Your eyes are the focal point of your face. The aging process can result in wrinkles and fatty bulges around your eyes and a drooping of the brow, as well. These changes deprive your eyes of their rested youthful appearance and cause them to look smaller and tired.

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There are many things that can damage the skin on your face, from the sun to acne. One of the most non-invasive ways to rejuvenate your skin is to have a chemical peel. Chemical peels can be performed on the face or anywhere on the body.

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Several cosmetic fillers, including BOTOX, RADIESSE, Xeomin, and Belotaro, are available through CEENTA. Cosmetic fillers are substances like collagen and hyaluronic acid, found naturally in the tissues of the body, which are injected into skin areas to restore volume and suppleness.

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There are several reasons an eyelid might droop. Some babies are born with drooping eyelids, also known as ptosis in one or both eyelids. Pediatric ptosis requires a detailed eyelid examination and treatment generally depends on the function of the eyelid muscles. Ptosis can occur later in life if the muscles or ligaments that normally raise the eyelid are weakened by injury or disease. Sometimes the drooping is a result of damage to the nerves that control the eyelid muscles. Most ptosis just happens with aging. As a person ages, the skin and muscles of the eyelids stretch and weaken. Sometimes, previous eye surgery hastens this change because the instruments used to keep the eye open during surgery can stretch the eyelid a bit.

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Brow ptosis is a drooping or sagging eyebrow. As we age, our eyebrows begin to droop, which results in an angry, worried or tired appearance.

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Although lasers have been utilized in medicine for many years, new technology has allowed us to predictably and precisely smooth and rejuvenate aged and sun damaged skin. Laserbrasion is indicated for the softening/removal of facial wrinkles, the elimination of superficial sun or age spots, the camouflaging of scars (whether secondary to injury, acne, chicken pox, etc.), or the improvement of one’s overall facial complexion.

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Otoplasty is the process for reconstructing damaged, deformed, or missing outer ears due to a congenital condition or an accident.

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Rhinoplasty is plastic surgery of the nose, designed to reshape and reconstruct it because of congenital issues, respiratory concerns, or traumatic damage.

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A rhytidectomy, or facelift, is a plastic surgery procedure designed to make people look younger.

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A septoplasty is a surgical procedure to straighten the nasal septum if it deviates.

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People looking to achieve younger and healthier-looking skin spend billions of dollars each year. Many of these individuals are disappointed by a lack of good results. Improving your skin’s appearance on a long-term basis requires more than a quick, topical application to “cover up” blemishes or wrinkles. It requires a realization that your skin is an ever-changing, ever-growing organ that is constantly replacing itself. The correction of skin problems is not achieved by covering them up, but by working with the skin to restore its natural, healthy state. Conventional “skin care” creams and lotions are unable to deliver their ingredients to an effective depth, and for that reason they are therapeutically weak. They may give the illusion or the feel of improving some skin problems, but most of their action is wasted on the surface. In short, they cannot restore skin health.

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This surgery, also known as blepharoplasty, is performed in order to remove or reposition tissues in the upper and lower eyelid. One of the most common cosmetic surgeries performed in the United States is an upper lid blepharoplasty, which involves removal of skin, muscle and/or fat.

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