Washington University facial plastic surgeons bring patients a unique blend of extensive training and experience in plastic and reconstructive surgery of the face, head and neck. This combination provides patients with a thorough understanding of the functions and structures of the face, head and neck so each patient can identify his or her goal for facial plastic surgery.

Skillful reconstruction during facial plastic surgery procedures is critical because the face, head, and neck are high-impact areas and they contain most of our sensory systems. From complicated reconstructive surgeries due to cancer, trauma and accidents, to a full range of cosmetic procedures such as eyelid surgery and mini facelifts, Washington University facial plastic surgeons work exclusively on the face, head and neck, and develop special expertise from the concentrated experience.

Cosmetic facial plastic surgery

Cosmetic surgery corrects or restores the aesthetic form and function. Services offered by Washington University facial plastic surgeons include:

  • Blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery)
  • Facelift 
  • Forehead and brow lift surgery 
  • Liposuction
  • Mini facelift 
  • Neck lift 
  • Otoplasty (ear surgery)
  • Rhinoplasty (nose surgery)
  • Revision rhinoplasty

Nonsurgical rejuvenation services

Washington University facial plastic surgeons are board-certified experts dedicated to restoring your youthful appearance, from eliminating lines, reducing wrinkles, improving texture and more. Our non-surgical rejuvenation services include:

  • Cosmetic dermal fillers for wrinkles
  • BOTOX® injection therapy
  • Dermabrasion
  • Cosmetic facial peels
  • Laser resurfacing
  • Latisse™ eyelash thickener
  • Lip augmentation
  • Skincare products 

Facial reconstructive surgery

Reconstructive surgery of the head and neck is used to correct the physical results of disease, birth defects, traumatic injury, illness or a congenital disorder by restoring or improving a deficiency or abnormality in a physical function.

Our facial reconstructive surgery services include:

  • Facial trauma reconstruction
  • Facial implants
  • Facial reinnervation
  • Mohs Surgery and skin cancer reconstruction
  • Scar revision 
  • Scar camouflage

Discover why Washington University’s facial plastic surgeons are leaders in medicine. Receive compassionate and world-class care from surgeons located near you in St. Louis. To learn more or to request a consultation, visit the Facial Plastic Surgery Center’s website.