• PRP

    PRP treatment can help to reverse all the common signs of aging on the face, neck, hands, and even other parts of the body. The advantages of PRP over other common anti-aging treatments like Botox is its unique natural quality, making the treatment hypo-allergenic. We use your own blood cells to rejuvenate your skin!


    This non-surgical technique uses a combination of ultrasonic therapy and massage to smooth, firm and shape the body by temporarily reducing the appearance of cellulite. It can also help your body's metabolism by increasing blood circulation.

  • Makeover Surgery

    Makeover surgery targets multiple areas of the body to achieve more balanced, harmonious and youthful contours of the face and body. They may target certain body areas or combine a number of procedures, depending on the needs and desires of each individual.

  • Mommy Makeover

    During pregnancy, the uterus grows to accommodate the growing child within. This stretches the skin, while abdominal muscles that meet in the middle of the stomach separate in some 60 percent of women during pregnancy and post-partum. Mothers who breastfeed their babies will notice that the breasts also swell with milk. Afterward, the stretched and excess skin and sagging tissue can be very difficult to target even when your weight returns to what it was before pregnancy and childbirth. The mommy makeover focuses on the breasts and abdomen in a uniquely personal and specialized procedure or combination of procedures. Its goal is to restore body contours to their pre-pregnancy state. In addition to the breast lift and tummy tuck, it can also include liposuction, breast augmentation or reduction, and a thigh, arm or gluteal lift as well. Your surgeon will evaluate your case and tailor the makeover procedure to your own individual needs.

  • Daddy Do-Over

    As with women, aging affects men as well but differently. As our lifestyles change over the ears, we find our bodies change. Today, men are no longer reluctant to seek out cosmetic surgery to help them look and feel their best. Surgical contouring procedures popular with men often include liposuction to eliminate stubborn pockets of fat. Other favorite procedures target the face and neck, with rhinoplasty or nose surgery by far the most popular. eyelid surgery to combat "tired," droopy eyes, and chin surgery are also popular.


  • Dental

    Step forth into your new life with sparkling, beautiful teeth and a radiant smile. Choose from a complete dental makeover to individual procedures such as implants, laminate and porcelain veneers, teeth whitening, porcelain crowns and bridges.

  • Topical Treatments

    Organic facial masks peels off dead skin to deliver powerful detoxifying, purifying, and brightening effects. These natural ingredients go to work exfoliating skin and refining pores. Powerful antioxidants shrink pores and firm skin for immediate results.

  • Chemical Peels

    Much as the sun peels away old skin, a chemical peel improves and smoothes the texture of your facial skin and leaves it looking younger and fresher by removing damaged outer layers. It is the third most popular surgical or non-surgical cosmetic procedure.

  • Derma Fillers

    As we age, our facial skin and underlying tissue can become flaccid and droopy. The lines become deeper and more pronounced as we naturally lose some of the subcutaneous fat. Dermal fillers are injected into localized areas to smooth wrinkles, fill in subtle depressions and enhance the facial contours. They can also plump up lips that grow thinner with age. These treatments are temporary and will need to be repeated in the future.

  • Botox

    Botulinum toxin is a substance derived from bacteria and purified for cosmetic use. It can block the nerve signals we send when frowning or crinkling the skin around our eyes, thus these muscles are not able to contract. Therefore, the effects of these habitual movements are reduced, resulting in a smoother skin and more youthful expression. Although the effects are temporary, they can be dramatic.

Face and Neck

  • Eye Lift

    Blepharoplasty describes a surgical procedure to remove fatty or excess tissue on the eyelids, and may involve the lower eyelids, the upper eyelids, or both in a single procedure. It can also target the sagging "bags" under the eye, thus restoring a more youthful look.

  • Ear Surgery

    For those who were teased as children, plastic surgery, or otoplasty, provides an opportunity to improve the appearance of one’s ears. This surgical procedure pins ears closer to the head, reduces the size of large ears, and reshapes them to appear more normal.

  • Nose Sculpting

    Rhinoplasty is one of the most common surgeries. It modifies the shape of the nose to create a desired shape and harmonious face which in turn increases self esteem. Nose surgery can also correct functional problems that compromise breathing.

  • Face Lift

    As we grow older, the natural process of aging relaxes skin and muscles and we also lose some of the fat in our faces. This is noticeable around the eyes that can look tired and sad, in the fold lines that run from the nose to the corners of the mouth, and the sagging jowls than form along the jaw. This can be exacerbated by gravity, stress, sun damage and even our genes. While the facelift, or rhytidectomy, does not stop the aging process, it can make dramatic improvements in the appearance of the face and neck, giving a more youthful appearance. It may be performed in conjunction with eyelid surgery and the brow lift.

  • Neck Lift

    The neck lift is properly called a lower rhytidectomy. It targets the jaw line and the neck by removing loose and sagging skin as well as excess fat in the lower face and under the chin. This can result in a more youthful appearance and is sometimes combined with eyelid surgery, the brow lift, and a transfer of fat to the cheeks or to plump up lips that have become thinner with age.

Lower Body

  • Labiaplasty

    Labiaplasty, is a surgical procedure designed to reduce or improve the size and shape of the inner or outer labia. It addresses the enlarged, irregular or uneven tissue that can sometimes be caused by child birth, hormonal changes or just plain genetics

  • Buttock Contouring

    Buttocks form an important part of a woman’s body shape, which in turn impacts self-esteem, image and confidence. Through reshaping and augmentation, the right silhouette can be achieved together with the waist and hip curves.

  • Liposculpture

    Liposuction targets those fat deposits on certain parts of the body, breaks it down and extracts it in localized areas. While neither a weight-loss procedure nor a solution for lumpy cellulite, "lipo" can greatly improve body contours by reshaping problematic body areas.   Liposuction can be using ultrasound, laser, or both to assist in pinpointing a body area. And liposuction can also be combined with other cosmetic surgery procedures for dramatic results.

  • Tummy Tuck

    Properly known as abdominoplasty, the tummy tuck targets sagging skin and excess fat that can cause the belly to protrude due to pregnancy, weight gain or aging. Our genes can also affect the abdomen.   The tummy tuck restores muscles weakened by pregnancy or excess weight gain, while removing excess skin and fat, thus improving the body contours. However, it does not correct the scarring known as stretch marks on remaining skin, and is no substitute for weight loss.

  • Panniculectomy

    The pannus is a layer of inflammatory tissue that forms on the lower abdomen. If large enough, it sags and hangs, forming a kind of apron that is both uncomfortable and unattractive. The underlying skin can become damp from perspiration, making it susceptible to rashes. Panniculectomy targets this excess tissue and skin by removing it to create a flatter and more attractively contoured abdomen. However, unlike the tummy tuck, the panniculectomy does not tighten the underlying muscles. It is sometimes performed together with the tummy tuck.  

Upper Body

  • Arm Lift

    Both age and weight loss result in loose, sagging skin on the upper arms. The arm lift, or brachioplasty, is a cosmetic procedure targeting this area. Your surgeon removes excess skin and fat on the underside of the arm and tightens the tissue beneath it for a more youthful contour.

  • Breast Reconstruction

    Every year, thousands of women have one or both breasts removed through a procedure known as mastectomy. Breast reconstruction offers a solution to those who want to regain their feminine appearance as well as women who want to improve their symmetry.

  • Breast Reduction

    Women with very large breasts often experience discomfort from their sheer weight. Reduction mammaplasty can alleviate this discomfort and create a silhouette that is more in proportion with body contours.

  • Breast Lift

    Breasts can become "droopy" after weight loss, pregnancy or breast feeding. Age and genes can also make gravity's effect on the breasts more marked. Known as mastopexy, the breast lift can give them more youthful, "perky" contours. It tightens the surrounding tissue and removes excess skin.

  • Breast Augmentation Surgery

    Breast augmentation, or breast mammoplasty is known by a number of terms but, essentially, it means making the breasts larger in size. During pregnancy, the breasts become enlarged, but this can disappear afterward. Weight loss often results in breast size and tone, as does menopause. Breast augmentation can be done with implants and also by taking fat from one part of the body and placing it in the breasts, thus restoring their fullness. For a woman with small breasts and large hips, breast augmentation can give her body better balance and symmetry. Implants can also be used after a mastectomy.