Face

Putting your best face forward—that's what facial plastic surgery is all about. Our plastic surgeons offer a variety of procedures to help you look your best, including:

Brow lift

Brow lift helps tighten the loose skin in the forehead and elevate the position of the eyebrows. View an animation of a lift. BOTOX® can also temporarily achieve this effect without surgery.

Ear pinning (otoplasty)

Ear pinning (otoplasty) is mainly used to set prominent ears closer to the head or reduce the size of larger ears.

Eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty)

Eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty) tightens baggy skin under the eyes, improves sinking upper eyelids or drooping eyelashes, and repairs injury to the eyelid. Also, excess fat from the upper and lower eyelids can be surgically removed to redefine the shape of your eye.

Facelift

Facelift helps improve the loose skin in the neck and jowl areas. New techniques in facelifts allow for a more natural-looking rejuvenation with less downtime. One technique, called a MACS facelift, is a minimally invasive procedure which uses a shorter incision. View an animation of a mid-facelift or lower facelift or before-and-after photos of a neck lift. We also offer Kybella® injectable to permanently reduce double chins.

Nose reshaping (rhinoplasty)

Nose reshaping (rhinoplasty) changes the size and shape of your nose and nostrils. Our surgeons may also perform rhinoplasty to correct some breathing problems. View an animation of a closed- or open-nose reshaping.

Scar revision

Scar revision is done to alter the appearance of a scar or to restore function to a part of the body that may have been restricted by scarring. While scars cannot be completely removed, their appearance can often be improved. There are several options for scar revision depending on the severity of your scar, including non-surgical options such as injectables to fill depressed scars and peels to help soften the appearance of scars.

Love + Medicine

Every day, Gundersen Health System delivers great medicine plus a little something extra—we call it Love + Medicine.

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