FACIAL PROCEDURES

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EAR SURGERY


We at Avila Plastic Surgery hear from many patients who can’t stand the look of their ears. Did you know there is a solution for those self-conscious about their ears? Dr. Avila can provide ear surgery procedures to correct the shape, size, and position of your ears. Many patients with ear defects come to us for help, and we provide effective solutions to improve their appearance. 

Ear surgery can correct defects from birth, as well as ears that have been harmed by an injury. Ear surgery is provided for overly large ears, protruding ears, or ears that are misshapen. What we can do is increase the antihelical fold or reduce enlarged cartilage to change the size and appearance of your ears. 

EYELID SURGERY


Avila Plastic Surgery can offer surgical procedures for even the tiniest areas of your body. One such area we work on are the eyelids. Eyelids can be troublesome if they are contain too much loose or sagging skin. This can create a fold that can interfere with your line of vision. Some eyelids can contain too much excess fat, which leads to puffiness. Many patients just want to get rid of those bags under their eyes.

Dr. Avila can remove fatty deposits and excess skin from your upper or lower eyelids. He can also tighten the eyelids for a younger, healthier look. Rejuvenate the look of your eyes with help from Avila Plastic Surgery. 

NOSE SURGERY


Many people are familiar with rhinoplasty, the procedure to correct the structure and proportions of the nose. Nose surgery is recommended for patients who have an abnormally large nose or one that is too wide in at the bridge. There are many areas of the nose that can be corrected, including the bridge, nasal tip, and nostrils.

If you are interested in improving the appearance of your nose, contact Dr. Avila for nose surgery. We can change the size and width of your nose so it’s more proportional to the rest of your face. We can also operate to correct a deviated septum, which causes an obstructed airway. Contact us today for a consultation. 

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