All of us age, and all of has have our unique outlook on aging. For some people, wrinkles and lines are a sign of maturity and wisdom. For others, it is a sign of the negative aspects of aging--losing vitality, beauty, and youth. As a facial plastic surgeon, my job is to do the best job I can to make people happy about the way they look. Just like a personal trainer will help you achieve the body you desire, I can help you achieve the face you desire.

Since Baby Boomers are now one of the biggest populations in the US, there are plenty of people hitting their 50s, 60s, and beyond who want a fresh outlook on life, and a fresh face to go with it.

Each face is different and every face ages differently. I understand this and therefore I approach my surgical technique accordingly. People often call the office to ask my receptionist or nurse what procedure I will recommend for them and how much it will cost. I don’t have one cookie cutter approach to the aging face and therefore I treat each face as an individual work of art. I develop a specific plan based on the patient’s anatomy and goals and will determine if the person will require a deep plane facelift vs. a vertical facelift vs. a mini facelift, etc. I will furthermore determine if the person will best be benefited by cheek implants vs. fat grafting vs. mid facelift etc. There are so many different techniques that I have perfected over the years that are available to me and each technique has certain indications that work better for some people than others. It is my job and passion to figure out what combination of techniques will give my patient the best possible results and I have committed myself to being the best facial plastic surgeon, and the best facelift surgeon that I can be.

You owe it to yourself to look as healthy and fresh as you like. You only have one face, and you may as