Our face communicates a lot about who we are, how we feel, and perhaps even what type of life we have lived. Because of this, facial aging can make us look more tired or older than what we really are. Our face is the first thing that people see. Our face should represent who we are and how we feel including our beauty, health and overall sense of well-being. However, if not taken care of properly, it can detract from one’s appearance and sense of well-being.
Part of the aging process that occurs for our face is looseness and drooping of the deep facial tissue that can result in jowling, “turkey necks”, and a deflated and tired appearance. As one of the premier facial plastic surgeons Scottsdale has in practice, Dr. Repta is here to help you turn back the hands of time and assist you in looking your very best through one of the many available face rejuvenation options available to you.
Unfortunately the face is often the first place to show the signs of aging. In today’s society, with the ever-increasing pressure to look young and beautiful, the aging process can be daunting and embarrassing for some. Fortunately with Dr. Repta’s elegant approach and unique philosophy, he has helped thousands of patients rejuvenate and restore their youthful appearance, in turn rebuilding their self-confidence in ways they could not previously imagine. For these reasons, Dr. Repta's peers and patients alike consider that he delivers some of the best facelifts Scottsdale has to offer.Learn More
One of the first places to show the signs of aging is the neck. Loose skin, extra fat and sagging muscles contribute to adding years to one’s appearance. Fortunately, a neck lift is one of the most transformative procedures in plastic surgery. There are a variety of neck lift options available. Although surgical neck lifts provide the most powerful rejuvenation, non-surgical options for neck shaping such as Ultherapy can also be useful.Learn More
A brow lift or forehead lift defies the laws of gravity, lifting and tightening the soft tissues of the forehead to restore a more youthful appearance, not only to the forehead, but upper eyelids and eyebrows as well. There are a variety of brow lift options available that allow lifting of the eyebrows, smoothing of crow’s feet, and even shortening of the forehead and lowering of the hairline if needed.Learn More
Eyelid surgery, also called an eyelid-lift or blepharoplasty, is a cosmetic procedure performed to reduce bags and puffiness from the lower eyelids and to remove any excess skin from the upper eyelids. Eyelid tightening and correction of visual field obstruction such as blepharoptosis can be performed at the same time and can at times be covered by insurance.Learn More
Unfortunately, as we begin to age, we inevitably lose volume, particularly in the face. Volume loss is especially pronounced around the eyes, cheeks, and jaw-line. Fat grafting can play a significant role in creating a more balanced and comprehensive rejuvenation of the face, in turn, restoring that once youthful glow.Learn More
A major factor in having a balanced lower face is proportionate shape and position of the chin. Lack of a chin, a double chin or protruding jawline can cause the entire face to appear imbalanced. Fortunately, chin shaping is one of safest and most reliable cosmetic procedures available today.Learn More
Buccal fat pad removal, also called cheek reduction surgery, offers an effective solution to those who want to reduce the size of their cheeks. Removal of these fat pads can create a more chiseled or refined contour of the face.Learn More
Ear shaping surgery or otoplasty is a surgical procedure to improve the shape or correct the presence of abnormalities of the ear. Ear surgery is a simple and effective solution for most patients unhappy with the appearance of their ears.Learn More
Facial reconstruction surgery is perhaps what has defined and built up the field of plastic surgery into what it is today. Facial plastic surgery reconstruction encompasses a wider variety of plastic surgery procedures and technologies to rebuild, correct, and create the unique aspects of facial appearance and function.Learn More