Face Surgery

Facial Surgery

Refresh your appearance, tighten your neckline or create the facial
highlights you always wanted. It is possible to tighten structural support,
remove excess skin, and plump out deflated lines.

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Nose Reshaping (Rhinoplasty)

A nose that is out of balance from the rest of your face can detract from your appearance. Your nose needs to breathe well as being in harmony with the rest
of your features.

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Eyelid Shaping (Blepharoplasty)

Eyelids that are in a poor position can cause functional problems, and the excessive skin and additional fatty curves around your eyes can give you a prematurely aged and perpetually tired look. Specialist plastic surgeons can assist you in enhancing the shape of your eyes.

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Maxillofacial reconstruction of injuries and genetic disturbances

Facial injuries and genetically unbalanced facial bones can be challenging to reconstruct. Advanced training in facial reconstruction and a willingness to involve associated specialties will help our surgeons achieve the best result possible for you.

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Fillers

Minor to moderate hollows in the skin on your face can be smoothed out in one session with hyaluronic acid injections. Hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring substance in normal skin. Techniques have evolved to such an extent that this can be used in other areas on the body, and can be used to augment curves that are too flat, or camouflage nearby folds.

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Anti-wrinkle injections

Wrinkles in your facial skin that are caused by muscle activity can be almost completely eliminated by weakening the aggravating muscles with a form of botulinum toxin. This drug can also be safely used for balancing eye and facial muscles and reducing sweating.

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For more information, please visit www.drgavinsandercoe.com.au

Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risk. Before proceeding you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.