Departments and specialties

Experienced, board-certified surgeons perform hundreds of operations each year to reverse the signs of aging, to remove facial irregularities or deformities, and to make the overall appearance of the face more natural and youthful.

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Areas that research this procedure

Nov. 29, 2016
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