Face lift

A facelift, also known as rhytidectomy, is a surgical procedure that tightens and removes sagging skin on the face and neck. Facial muscles may be surgically tightened to improve their tone. Excess fat may also be removed or repositioned as part of the surgery. The aim of a facelift is to reduce the signs of ageing by improving the contours of the face and neck. A facelift can help to make the face and skin appear younger and smoother. Facelift surgery can be performed under general anaesthesia or local anaesthesia. Often a combination of general and local anaesthetic is used which is safe and effective.


Eyelid surgery, also known as a blepharoplasty, is a procedure that removes excess fatty tissue and/or loose skin surrounding the eyes to give the area a more rejuvenated appearance. The aim of eyelid reduction surgery is to improve facial appearance and reduce the signs of ageing by treating the following: Loose or sagging skin that creates folds or disturbs the natural contour of the upper eyelid, sometimes impairing vision, Excess fatty deposits that appear as puffiness in the upper eyelids, Bags under the eyes, Droopiness of the lower eyelids, showing white below the iris (colored portion of the eye), Excess skin and fine wrinkles of the lower eyelid. The surgery can be performed under general anaesthesia or local anaesthesia

Double chin liposuction

Chin liposuction is a form of plastic surgery that is sometimes chosen instead of a full-face lift. Like all plastic surgery, it is an elective procedure designed to alter the physical appearance of a patient. While liposuction can be performed on many sections of the body, chin liposuction primarily focuses on the area beneath the chin. This procedure is most frequently sought by those who have an amount of fat in the area beneath their chin and hanging below the jaw, a condition sometimes referred to as “double chin.” A plastic surgeon uses a tube called a cannula to suction out the unwanted fat. The incisions used for this procedure are relatively small, and only local anesthesia is needed. After surgery and healing time, patients see a firmer appearance in their profiles, with tighter-looking skin under the neck.

Ear correction

Also known as otoplasty, is a procedure that changes the angle and shape of protruding or uneven ears in children and adults. Ear Correction reshapes part of the cartilage in the ears, allowing them to lie closer to the side of the head. This procedure is usually performed as a day case under local or general anesthesia Under normal conditions a typical otoplasty procedure can take around one to one and a half hours to perform.


Nose surgery, also known as rhinoplasty, is designed to reshape or repair the nose by improving the appearance and/or function of the nose. Nose surgery may be performed for cosmetic reasons or for reconstructive purposes, such as correcting breathing problems. Nose surgery can change the size of the nose as well as its width and profile. The nose tip, shape of the nostrils and balance of the nose (nasal symmetry) can also be altered. This surgery aims to correct the following: straighten a crooked nose, make the nose look more symmetrical, make the nose a little smaller or larger, restore the height of a flattened area, alter the appearance of the nasal tip, reduce the size of large nasal openings, correct a hump deformity Improve the look of the nose in relation to the upper lip, correct birth defects, repair damage caused by injury, repair damage caused by disease, such as infection or cancer, and open up nasal passages and improve breathing often by performing a septoplasty (surgery on the nasal septum as well as rhinoplasty).