The following treatments are available at One Penny Lane under the care of one of our cosmetic surgeons.
For many women a problem area can be the appearance of lines and wrinkles around the eye area, a permanent solution to the problem is a browlift. Browlift surgery smoothes out wrinkles and frown lines on your forehead and between your eyes, which can give a less serious, more youthful appearance.
Cheek and chin implants
A permanent way to improve your 'bone structure' is to have cheek implants, these will help if you feel your cheeks are too flat or if they are out of proportion to the rest of your face. The implants will make your cheekbones feel fuller and higher.
Chin implants are used to improve your jaw line, if you feel that you have a receding chin line, or it is out of proportion to the rest of your face. If this is the case, then a chin implant could be the ideal solution.
Eyelid surgery, also known as blepharoplasty, is a great solution to droopy eyelids or bags under your eyes. The surgery can smooth out these imperfections and give you a more alert, youthful appearance. This procedure can be carried out on upper, lower or both eyelids.
Nose re-shaping, also known as rhinoplasty, is a procedure to change the size or shape of your nose. You may feel your nose is too big, small, narrow or wide, or maybe is crooked or has a bump in it - nose re-shaping can change all of these.
There are two main types of rhinoplasty – reduction rhinoplasty to make the nose smaller, and augmentation rhinoplasty to give the nose more bulk or make it larger. Your cosmetic surgeon will be able to advise what each procedure entails.
Some people may feel that their ears stick out too much, are too large, or they are unhappy about their shape. Ear pinning, also known as pinnaplasty, can solve this problem by re-shaping your ears and making them a less prominent feature.
During the surgery the cosmetic surgeon makes cuts behind your ears, and then the cartilage can be folded, removed or re-shaped, depending on the desired effect afterwards. The ear is then held in the new position with stitches.