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With the many advanced facial plastic surgery options available at our practice, you can smooth away fine lines and wrinkles, enhance specific facial features, renew and revitalize the skin, and achieve a more youthful, refreshed appearance with results that look natural. Our board-certified plastic surgeon, Som Kohanzadeh, MD, takes great care to develop customized treatment plans that take your unique needs and goals into account while utilizing techniques that can meet your expectations without producing results that look “artificial.”

The links below will bring you to pages on our website with more details on each procedure. To learn more about our facial plastic surgery treatments, or to schedule a consultation with Dr. Som, please don’t hesitate to contact us today.

Eyelid Surgery (Blepharoplasty)

Eyelid surgery, sometimes referred to as an “eyelid lift,” is designed to improve signs of age and fatigue that often develop around the eyes. Dr. Som can perform upper and/or lower blepharoplasty to address excess skin, under-eye bags, and other concerns to provide patients with a more refreshed and revitalized look.

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Double Eyelid Surgery

Double Eyelid Surgery, sometimes referred to as “Korean eyelid Surgery,” or “Asian Eyelid Surgery,” is a surgery based on creating a crease in the upper eyelid that forms a double eyelid from a monolid eyelid, which most east asian people have. Double eyelid is common but not for most asian descent. Every year millions undergo surgery for this feature and very popular in Korea. It not only opens the eyes to a more complexed facial feature, but it provides permeant facial results.


A facelift can take several years off one’s appearance, ultimately creating smoother, firmer skin and diminishing signs of jowling and inelastic tissue. Facelift surgery is popular among both women and men, and remains one of the most frequently performed cosmetic facial enhancement procedures.

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Brow Lift

A brow lift, also known as a forehead lift, can improve a number of aesthetic concerns that commonly form in the upper face. This treatment can diminish the appearance of creases along the forehead and reduce signs of furrows and deep lines between the eyebrows. Brow lift surgery can also address a descended brow and excess skin that may be causing a slight vision obstruction.

Dr. Som specializes in Endoscopic Brow Lift surgery, a technique that allows patients to achieve significant improvement through three small, 1cm incisions. In fact, Dr. Som was trained in this technique by Dr. Luis Vasconez, the surgeon who invented the procedure. This method offers a major reduction in recovery time and can result in hidden, minimal scars, which makes it a very attractive option to most patients.

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Neck Lift

It is very common for the skin of the neck to lose elasticity over time, leading to a collection of excess skin and other concerns that affect the area’s overall appearance. Neck lift surgery can reduce excess skin and tighten the remaining skin to renew contours and create a more youthful profile.

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Earlobe Repair & Reconstruction

Advanced earlobe repair and reconstruction procedures can improve a variety of conditions that affect the appearance of the ears. These treatments may be ideal for patients who would like to restore ears and earlobes that have been altered by a traumatic injury, tears, ear gauges or earrings, signs of age, and other concerns. These procedures can be performed under local anesthesia and typically do not require downtime. Dr. Som can create a customized treatment plan designed to produce excellent results.

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Rhinoplasty is a procedure that can reshape the nose and modify its appearance to enhance its symmetry and balance among facial features. This treatment can resize the nostrils, remove a hump on the nasal bridge, recontour the nasal tip, and address other aesthetic concerns. Rhinoplasty can also be performed to correct a deviated septum or other conditions that may be affecting proper breathing function.

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