Cosmetic Surgeries for Face and Neck | Perich Aesthetics
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What We Do

Cosmetic surgery is a popular option for individuals of all ages who want to enhance their natural beauty. At Perich Aesthetics, our experienced doctors focus on cosmetic surgeries that rejuvenate the client’s neck and face for a refreshed, youthful appearance. Perich Aesthetics is a leader in the industry, and our work is always performed at a high level. Here are some of the surgeries we offer for the face and neck:

Brow Lift

With a brow lift, the skin of the forehead is smoothed and tightened to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Clients often report that they appear more energetic and well-rested after this procedure. Also called a forehead lift, this surgery is appropriate for those who want to rejuvenate sagging brows, eliminate vertical creases that have developed between the eyebrows, and reduce horizontal wrinkles across the forehead. This procedure is often performed in conjunction with eyelid surgery. Nearly 39,000 Americans had an eyebrow lift procedure in 2018.

A brow lift is done under either general anesthesia or intravenous sedation, depending on which is most appropriate for your case. Some procedures are endoscopic, which means they use a tiny camera and instruments inserted through a small tube to adjust the forehead tissue and muscles for the desired effect. Other brow lifts require an incision from one ear to the other so surgeons can make adjustments while visualizing the tissue and muscle directly. Sometimes, a higher incision at the hairline is appropriate, especially for clients who have high foreheads.

Once the surgeon makes the necessary adjustments to create your expected results, the incision is closed with either absorbing or removable stitches. He or she may place surgical drains to remove excess blood and fluid from under the skin as you heal. Most people can resume regular activities within about two weeks of having a brow lift. As bruising and swelling fade, the effects of the brow lift will become more noticeable, with final results appearing within a few months of the procedure.

Eyelid Lift

Data from the ASPS indicates that eyelid surgery was the fourth most common cosmetic procedure in 2018, with 206,000 cases in the United States. It is also one of the most popular plastic surgeries among male clients.

Also called blepharoplasty, an eyelid lift removes extra tissue from around the eye area. Many people who have an eyelid lift want to eliminate under-eye bags that can create a tired appearance. This surgery can also smooth puffy skin, fine lines, and wrinkles in this sensitive area. Some clients also want to improve vision impacted by sagging skin.

This procedure can be done on either or both the upper and lower eyelid. Because the incisions are so small and hidden by the eyelid folds, scarring is rarely noticeable.

Upper eyelid surgery is most common for those who feel the area lacks definition and/or desire an awakened, refreshed look. The surgeon makes a small incision in the eyelid crease to adjust the muscles and remove extra tissue and fat to smooth and tighten the area.

Lower eyelid surgery addresses puffiness and bags caused by fat deposits that accumulate under the lower lid. Incisions just below the eyelashes are used to remove this tissue and tighten the skin to reduce sagging and drooping. Both surgeries are done on an outpatient basis under either general anesthesia or sedation and local anesthesia. These surgeries typically take up to two hours.

Most people who have either type of eyelid surgery can return to work within seven to ten days. This procedure is often combined with a facelift and/or a brow lift.

Mid-Face Lift

The Perich Aesthetics mid-facelift seeks to lift and contour the lines of the mid-face by targeting sunken, hollow cheeks, loss of definition, and deep creases and wrinkles. This type of lift can refine the contours of the cheeks, smooth deep nasolabial folds, and improve the appearance of the lower eyelids.

Neck Lift

Expect dramatic results from our neck lift, which tightens loose skin in this area to create a more defined profile, smooth wrinkles, and reduce the appearance of a double chin. Clients who want a more youthful look in the jawline and neck may be candidates for this procedure if they are otherwise in good health. Many decide to pair the neck lift with a mid-face lift for a completely rejuvenated effect. Nearly 54,000 individuals in the United States had a neck lift procedure in 2018.

Some neck lift procedures require general anesthesia, while others are done with sedation and local anesthesia that numbs the surgical site. This surgery is usually done on an outpatient basis. Clients who prefer a minimally invasive approach may qualify for liposuction. With this technique, fat in this area is removed through small incisions under the chin and behind each ear.

However, although a liposuction neck lift can eliminate a double chin, it cannot correct other issues associated with aging, such as sagging skin. A traditional neck lift uses slightly larger incisions with the same placement as liposuction. The surgeon inserts instruments to remove excess fat and tissue and tighten the muscles in the neck area and jawline to create your desired effect. With both types of neck lifts, most clients can return to full activity within about two weeks.

Most people who have a neck lift have some swelling and bruising, which typically resolves after a few days. We may prescribe a compression garment to reduce swelling and bleeding as you heal.