Face Surgery Austin
- Facelift (Rhytidectomy)
- Forehead Lift (Brow Lift)
- Eyelid Surgery (Blepharoplasty)
- Chin Augmentation
- Lip Implants/Augmentation
In situations where laser rejuvenation and other noninvasive techniques are not enough to combat the degree of facial sag and wrinkles due to loose skin, a facelift is the surgical solution. A facelift does not alter a person's fundamental appearance, but rather it restores the more youthful appearance of that same person.
This procedure addresses deep wrinkles and sag in the forehead that may be the result of aging and/or sun exposure. A sagging brow can also result in the unintended appearance of being sad or angry. A brow lift can allow your face to reflect your true mood.
Not only can drooping eyelids cause an aged and tired look, they can also interfere with vision. Eyelid surgery can help achieve a more youthful expression and unobstructed vision for older adults.
Chin augmentation helps to bring balance for those who feel their chin is not in correct proportion to the rest of their face by redefining and enhancing the chin line.
Thin or uneven lips can become full and even through lip augmentation. Lip augmentation may be achieved via an injectable procedure or through surgical implants. Dr. Hall can help guide you to the right solution to achieve the look you want.
The nose is the central point of the face, as well as one of your most distinguishing characteristics. Rhinoplasty can help bring harmony to the face for those who feel that their nose is not in correct proportion or shape compared to their other features.
Septoplasty is common surgical nose procedure that corrects a deviated septum. This can be performed for both aesthetic reasons and for the purpose of opening obstructed airways that cause excessive snoring or difficulty breathing.
Ear surgery can help correct disproportionately oversized ears or ears that stick out unusually far from the head. Earlobes can also be reshaped to change the overall appearance of the ears
When pierced ears become damaged due to accidental tearing or enlarged from heavy earrings, earlobe surgery may be needed to restore the earlobe to its natural shape.