The most common surgical procedure performed nationwide as well as in our Center is eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty). Generally eyelid surgery comprises skin and fat removal of the upper and/or lower eyelids, resulting in a refreshed appearance with a younger looking, firmer eye area. Incisions are made in the crease for the upper eyelids and right beneath the eyelashes for the lower eyelids
Both the face lift and mini face lift techniques are intended to "re-drape" the saggy skin of cheeks and neck in a more youthful position, meaning to put back the skin where it was a "few" years back! There are two differences between both procedures: first is the longevity of the results.
In as many as 80% of cases, an upper eyelid lift may not be enough to correct heavy droopy eyelids especially if there is lateral hooding. Even though it is called a forehead lift, that lift addresses the position of the eyebrows. When the eyebrows are too low (or ptotic in medical jargon) they become responsible (in part) for the excess skin seen over the upper eyelids.
Liposuction, also known as liposculpture, lipoplasty and suction lipectomy, is the removal of unwanted fat from specific areas of the body.
High cheekbones and a strong jaw line have long had a history of allure. Along with the eyes, the cheekbones and jaw line form the most photogenic aspects of the face. Dr. Gaboriau can help you achieve this sophisticated look with chin and cheek implants.
Lip augmentation is one of the most sought after procedures. Several options are available from temporary to permanent.
Surgery of the ear, also known as otoplasty, is a procedure that helps reduce protrusion of the ear away from the head. Most often, ear surgery is performed on children between the ages of four to fourteen.
The Sammamish Center is offering a quick and effective treatment to snoring: Coblation. Coblation is an advanced technology that removes and shrinks soft palate tissue using gentle radio frequency energy.
In recent years men have turned toward cosmetic surgery in record numbers. Representing only 5% of the cosmetic patients in the seventies, nowadays men represent between 15% to 20%.
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