Plastic Surgery at Mosaic Life Care
Plastic surgery at Mosaic Life Care is a surgical specialty involving the reconstruction of facial and body tissue defects due to illness, trauma or birth disorders. Plastic surgery restores and improves function as well as appearance. We offer a variety of surgical and nonsurgical procedures performed by highly skilled plastic surgeons and dermatologists.
Eyelid surgery improves the appearance of your eyelids or improves functionality if you experience problems with your eyelids such as drooping. Surgery can help rejuvenate the area around your eyes by reducing bags under the eyes, improving loose or sagging skin, reducing puffiness in the eyelids and diminishing fine lines and wrinkles around the lower eyelid.
Eyelid surgery - lower
Eyelid surgery - upper
Botox® improves facial appearance by reducing facial muscle activity and softening unwanted lines caused by facial expressions. Results can typically be seen within 3–5 days and last 3–4 months.
A brow lift reduces horizontal wrinkles across the forehead, wrinkles on the bridge of the nose and wrinkles between the eyes. This procedure can also raise eyebrows that are sagging and hooding the upper eyelids.
A facelift improves visible signs of aging in the face and neck such as facial sagging, creases below the eyelids, lower face jowls and double chins. Facelifts can also restore youthful contours in the face.
Facelift - full
As you age, your skin can become drier, thinner and less able to replenish itself. When collagen levels decrease the results are wrinkling and deepening of the natural facial folds. Injectable fillers can help reduce the folds, decrease wrinkles and rejuvenate the face.
A neck lift can improve signs of aging in the jawline and neck by removing excess fat and skin that creates jowls, tightening loose neck skin and eliminating fatty deposits under the skin.
Ear surgery can improve the shape, position or even the proportion of the ear. This procedure can also give a more natural shape by correcting defects in the ear structure.