Facial Surgery


Blepharoplasty is any type of reconstructive and/or aesthetic plastic surgery on the eyelids. Aesthetic blepharoplasty, also called eyelid surgery (upper and/or lower), is the most frequent procedure for correcting blepharochalasis, where excess skin and/or pockets of fat (“bags”) around the eyelids are removed.

Maxillary Surgery

Maxillary surgery is plastic surgery on the mandibles which allows alterations in the development of the lower mandible (or jaw) to be corrected when it protrudes more than the upper mandible (mandibular prognathism) or when there is less growth or a retraction of the upper mandible (pseudo-prognathism) or a lack of protrusion or growth of the mandible and/or chin (microgenia).

Cleft Lip and Palate

Cleft lip and palate is a congenital malformation that normally occurs between the 4th and 7th weeks of gestation, resulting in incomplete fusion of the structures of the oral cavity, such as the lip and palate.


Otoplasty is plastic surgery performed on the ears to correct congenital malformations or deformities acquired during development. The most common is the correction of protruding or prominent ears, also called flappy ears or detached ears.

Eyelid Ptosis

Eyelid ptosis is a congenital or acquired condition in the upper eyelid. It can occur on one or both eyelids and presents as “drooping” eyelids, giving rise to aesthetic concerns and possible disturbances in the field of vision.


Cheiloplasty is all surgery around the mouth, carried out in order to reduce or increase the size of the lips or for plastic and aesthetic reconstruction of them.


Rhinoplasty is plastic surgery to correct acquired or congenital alterations or deformities of the nose. It can be reconstructive and/or aesthetic and is always aimed at improving functional aspects of breathing and the aesthetics of the nose.


Facial or cervicofacial rhytidectomy (facelift) is surgery to correct or treat facial aging that consists of lifting and stretching the skin on the face and/or neck, associated or not with traction/suspension of the SMAS (Superficial Musculo-Aponeurotic System), with removal of excess skin.


Septoplasty is reconstructive and aesthetic surgery on the nose, surgically involving only the area of the septum to correct nose deviations, which can be associated or not with functional respiratory problems.