Face Procedures

Your face is your first impression and often the first place to show aging signs and sun damage, especially around the eyes. A board certified plastic surgeon can help correct the visible signs of aging by performing an eyelid lift, facelift, brow lift, and other types of facial surgeries. Meet Dr. Jennifer Geoghegan and Dr. Ross Stutman, see reviews, and contact us to book a consultation today.

Types of Face Surgeries

An eyelid lift, also known as blepharoplasty, can be performed on the upper eyelids, lower eyelids, or both. Blepharoplasty lifts and tightens lax skin to reduce wrinkles, and a lower eyelid lift can remove bags from below the eyes.

There are three primary types of brow lifts including a temporal, endoscopic, and coronal. Depending on the type of brow lift, results can include a lifting of the outer “tail” of the brow only or a lifting of the entire brow and forehead.

A facelift lifts the skin on the lower half of the face and the neck. A neck lift is part of a facelift, but can also be requested as a singular procedure. Facelifts do not affect the upper half the face, the eyes, or the forehead.

A chin implant can enhance and strengthen the patient’s profile, helping patients look younger and more slender.

FaceTite is a non-surgical treatment that uses radiofrequency (RF) energy to tighten skin below the surface. Although it’s called FaceTite, it can also be used on the neck and jowls.

Face Surgery | Spectrum Plastic Surgery, Scottsdale, Arizona

Types of Face Surgeries

An eyelid lift, also known as blepharoplasty, can be performed on the upper eyelids, lower eyelids, or both. Blepharoplasty lifts and tightens lax skin to reduce wrinkles, and a lower eyelid lift can remove bags from below the eyes.

There are three primary types of brow lifts including a temporal, endoscopic, and coronal. Depending on the type of brow lift, results can include a lifting of the outer “tail” of the brow only or a lifting of the entire brow and forehead.

A facelift lifts the skin on the lower half of the face and the neck. A neck lift is part of a facelift, but can also be requested as a singular procedure. Facelifts do not affect the upper half the face, the eyes, or the forehead.

A chin implant can enhance and strengthen the patient’s profile, helping patients look younger and more slender.

FaceTite is a non-surgical treatment that uses radiofrequency (RF) energy to tighten skin below the surface. Although it’s called FaceTite, it can also be used on the neck and jowls.

Contact Spectrum Plastic Surgery

If you’re considering a facelift, necklift, eyelid lift, or another facial surgery, please call our office to schedule a consultation. Our board certified surgeons will walk you through all your options and together develop a treatment plan for your needs. Contact our office to meet Dr. Jennifer Geoghegan or Dr. Ross Stutman today.