Facial Plastic Surgery Tailored to Your Unique Needs
If you want to address sagging facial skin and achieve an overall more youthful appearance, a face lift may be the optimal treatment for you. Dr. James E. Murphy will eliminate excess skin and reposition underlying tissue during the surgery, improving the natural contours of your face.
If you are unhappy with the shape or size of your nose, you may be a good candidate for rhinoplasty. The surgery can also address lingering effects of an injury or congenital defects, such as a deviated septum. Dr. Murphy will make minor adjustments to enhance your natural beauty.
A brow lift can give you a younger, happier, and more alert appearance. This procedure treats sagging skin, frown lines, and horizontal creases on the forehead. Dr. Murphy can perform this treatment alone or in conjunction with another procedure, such as a face lift or eyelid surgery.
With eyelid surgery, Dr. Murphy can eliminate sagging skin around your eyes and lift drooping eyelids. Also known as an eye lift or blepharoplasty, this procedure can give you a dramatically younger, more alert appearance. Dr. Murphy can treat both the upper and lower eyelids.
If you or your child have ears that stick out, or you feel that your ears are disproportionately large, you may be a good candidate for ear pinning. During this procedure, which is also known as otoplasty, Dr. Murphy can align your ear closer to your head for smaller, more proportionate ears.
If you are concerned with a weak chin, Dr. Murphy can enhance your facial structure with chin augmentation. He can place a silicone implant to enhance your features. Alternatively, if you feel that your chin is too large, he can trim away a small amount of bone tissue to redefine your face.
If your child was born with a cleft lip or palate, they can benefit from Dr. Murphy’s compassionate care and extensive experience as part of the cleft lip and palate clinic held at the University of Reno School of Medicine. He will carefully determine the right procedure for your child’s needs.