Your face represents your identity and some say “Your Face is Your Fortune”.
A rounded face makes one look less elegant, as opposed to a face with defined jawbones and prominent cheekbones. A wrinkly and saggy face can constantly make you look tired, worn out or haggard, and it can affect people’s perception of you. Also, having neck bands or loose skin around the chin gives you a tired, old appearance.
On the other hand, individuals with protruding ears are often the brunt of jokes and had to struggle with low self-esteem and insecurity.
While issues such as sagging skin, droopy cheeks, neck bands, deep lines and folds are all natural part of aging, individuals who are bothered by these signs may find a facelift to be a good solution. It reduces the visible signs of aging and helps to restore a more youthful appearance. It is a major surgical procedure with long recovery time
To reduce the size of round cheeks and give your face pretty curves at the right places, our cosmetic surgeon will remove the buccal fat from inside your mouth that lines the side of your cheeks. What results is a thinner, sculpted face that totally transforms the way you look
The procedure involves a tiny incision on the inside of your mouth and placement of a small suture between the buccinators muscle and the skin of the cheek. This small little adjustment is typically indistinguishable from a real dimple.
Instead of fillers or botolinum toxin injection, fat transfer gives you the advantage of moving your own fat from one area to another, helping to soften the harsh lines caused by the natural ageing process.
Having neck bands or loose skin around the chin gives you a tired, old appearance. A platysmaplasty, or commonly called neck lift, can remove the dreaded “turkey neck” and improve the contour of the jawline.
Removes excess fat from the neck and chin for a slimmer, contoured look.
Children with protruding ears or other ear deformities are often the brunt of jokes in school and home and grow up with problems in self-esteem and confidence. Otoplasty or ear reconstruction is recommended between the ages of 4-14 to pull the ears back to shape to avoid long-term emotional damage. With the young patient sedated, the surgeon makes a small incision at the back of the ear and removes excess cartilage and skin to provide a sculpted ear.
With ageing and lack of ear care, the ears can sometimes droop drastically, creating long, aborigine-like earlobes. In these cases, our surgeon will skilfully remove the drooping flesh at the earlobe, while shaping attractive-looking earlobes to improve your appearance.