Aging, weight loss, genetics and environmental stresses can impact the look and feel of your face. Facial rejuvenation through plastic surgery is a great way for you to take control of how you look and feel. CU Plastic Surgery offers many facial rejuvenation surgical options to help you achieve your goals. Click here to see a list of our Face procedures.
A number of factors including aging, weight loss, gravity and medical issues can impact the size and appearance of the breast. There are many different types of plastic surgery for the breast that can help you achieve your goals, whether you are looking for enhancement, reduction, symmetry, a lift or reconstruction.CU Plastic Surgery offers many breast surgical options to help you achieve your goals. Click here to see a list of our Breast procedures.
Genetics, lifestyle choices and aging all influence body types. Body contouring through plastic surgery is an option for those looking to restore or improve contour and beauty. CU Plastic Surgery offers many body contouring surgical options to help you achieve your goals. Click here to see a list of our Body procedures.
Fat grafting (face, breast, hands)
Fat grafting is a surgical procedure to restore volume and youthful contour to areas of your face, breasts, hands, and buttocks. Fat grafting is performed by obtaining amounts of fat from inconspicuous areas on your body, or during liposuction for body contouring, and injecting the fat into your face or body. Your CU Plastic Surgery provider will work with you directly to determine your individualized approach.
The surgical excision of skin lesions is a common office procedure to remove cosmetically bothersome moles, skin tags, or other dermatologic complaints. If the lesion is changing or symptomatic, it will be sent to pathology to assure that it is benign. Your CU Plastic Surgery provider will work with you directly to determine your individualized approach.
Scar revision is a surgical procedure to improve the appearance of existing scars. Depending on the particular problems with your scar, the goal of the procedure is to create a more aesthetically acceptable appearance with better contour, pigment and camouflage. Your CU Plastic Surgery surgeon will speak with you to discuss your individualized approach at your consultation.