Plastic surgery of the face requires a skilled hand, an artistic eye, and a keen understanding of what makes an appearance “youthful.” Dr. Paul LoVerme uses these, along with advanced techniques, to give patients the rejuvenated and enhanced features they desire.
The following are brief descriptions of some of our most common facial enhancing procedures, with links to more detailed explanations of the procedures.
To address sagging and wrinkling along the jawline and sides of the face, Dr. LoVerme employs the most advanced facelift techniques currently available. The result is an appearance that is natural and youthful, without tightness or stretching.
A forehead lift, sometimes called a brow lift, is a procedure that can smooth wrinkling and creases in the forehead and eyebrow area. The use of endoscopic surgical techniques to perform this procedure results in shorter healing time and minimal scarring.
Excess skin around the eyes can result in a tired, aged appearance. Removing this skin, smoothing wrinkles, and decreasing under-eye bags through cosmetic eyelid surgery can reverse the effect, making the patient look younger, happier, and more rested.
Nose Surgery (Rhinoplasty)
Rhinoplasty, or surgery to reshape the nose, is among the most common cosmetic procedures. It can also be performed for non-cosmetic reasons, such as to correct breathing problems.
Laser skin resurfacing procedures harness the powers of light and energy to improve a range of common skin conditions. These procedures involve no incisions or general anesthesia, and can address issues such as wrinkles, acne scars, brown spots, sun damage, and more. Dr. LoVerme offers both the ActiveFX™ laser system and the Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) photorejuvenation therapy technique to enhance the health and appearance of your skin with beautiful results.
Dr. LoVerme is committed to using state-of-the-art techniques to improve results and shorten healing times for his patients. The Endotine Midface™ System is a bio-absorbable implant that is used to hold soft tissue in place after surgery and then gradually dissolve.