Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery Procedures
At Janjua Facial Surgery, we focus on cosmetic and facial plastic surgery. Our aim is not just to perform procedures, but to educate our patients. Click on any of the procedures to learn more about the service:
Patients Outside New Jersey
Our practice provides all of our services to patients coming from outside New Jersey and outside United States. We are committed to making facial plastic surgery as comfortable and seamless as possible. Here are the steps:
- Please contact us through the contact section of the website located at the home page.
- Our receptionist Liz will then call you to schedule a ‘Virtual Consult’ with Dr. Janjua either through Skype or Facetime. If you cannot do either then you can just send in your photographs and schedule a telephone appointment.
- After your consult if you elect to proceed with the procedure, our surgical coordinator Lilly will email you the surgical fee quotation, and all the necessary paperwork that you can sign and email back to us.
- To make the travel and accommodations easier we work with a facility that provides necessary transportation from and to the surgery center, our office and the airport. You are provided with overnight nursing care to ensure a smooth recovery.
- The fees for the overnight stay facility are separate from your surgery fees. You can get the details by contacting our office.
Facial Cosmetic Procedures
- Face Lift – The facelift (Rhytidectomy) is a procedure that improves the aesthetic appearance of the face by minimizing the stigmata of aging.
- Liquid Face Lift – A liquid facelift is a non surgical facelift. As we age the face loses volume. This happens with loss of collagen, elastin, fat and even bone.
- Mini Face Lift – The traditional facelift requires significant downtime because of swelling and bruising. In today’s busy world, many patients cannot afford the luxury of spending two to three weeks away from work or social activities.
- Cheek Implant – The process of aging can take away the beautiful apple cheeks seen in the youthful years. The high cheek bones can be restored with cheek implants.
- Chin Implant – A small chin can affect the facial profile and harmony of the face. It can be specially pronounced on the side view in a photograph.
- Brow Lift – Brow lift is the procedure of lifting your eyebrows to a slightly higher position on the forehead. It helps to open up the eyes to a more youthful appearance.
- Dermabrasion – Dermabrasion is the process of sanding down the skin. It has been used for a very long time in the field of plastic surgery.
- Chemical Peel – Chemical peels are used to treat the skin for reducing wrinkles and brown spots. The peels can be classified into superficial, medium and deep.
- Facial Laceration – The face is a common victim of injuries related to falls, MVAs, assault or sports injuries. The skin of the face is highly vascularized and has great ability to heal well.
- Lipoma and Cyst Removal – Lipoma is a fatty mass that can be found anywhere in the body. It is usually slow growing and does not impose any danger.
- Facial Liposuction – With age, excess fat can accumulate in the neck, especially under the chin. Liposuction can help reduce the bulkiness by removing excess fat in the neck
- Lip Lift – Lip lift is a procedure used to reduce the vertical height of the upper lip. If the upper lip becomes saggy with age and is obstructing any view of the teeth, it can be pulled up.
- Lip Reduction – Lip reduction is a surgical process that involves removing excess tissue in the lip. The procedure is usually done in situations where the lip is very big congenitally or with age the red part has become floppy, irregular and too big for the aging face.
- Lip Augmentation – A full, well-defined lip with a little “pout” is a sign of youth. Lips can reveal aging before other areas of the face, so lip augmentation is an effective way to temporarily enhance the area by using filler materials including Collagen and Restylane.
- Bells Palsy Treatment – Bell’s Palsy is the paralysis of the facial nerve causing inability to move one side of the face. The treatment of that is covered under ‘Goldweight Implant’ in the section on ‘Eyes’
- Scar Revision – Facial scars can be aesthetically unpleasing and in some extremes can make the face unpresentable. Any ugly appearing scar can be improved.
- Facial Trauma and Fractures – Facial trauma is common from car accidents, sports injuries and falls. This can cause mild injuries like bruising or swelling but also can lead to fractures of facial bones.
Eyes Cosmetic Procedures
- Blepharoplasty/Eye Tuck – Blepharoplasty (eyejob/eyelid tuck) is a procedure used to give a youthful appearance to the face by increasing the size of the visible eye. This is done by removing excess skin, excess fat and/or repositioning the fat under the eyelids. The skin of the lower eyelid can be improved by laser or a chemical peel.
- Ptosis (Droopy Eyelid)
- Asian Eyelid
- Ectropion Repair
- Goldweight for Bell’s palsy
- Lacrimal Stents
- Revision Eyelid Surgery
Nose Cosmetic Procedures
- Rhinoplasty – Rhinoplasty (nose job) is a procedure to alter the appearance of the nose while maintaining or improving its breathing function.
- Alarplasty – Ala is the medical word for the sides of the nostrils. In some patients the nostrils can be wide or prominent. This appearance can be exaggerated on smiling.
- Nose Fracture – Nasal bones are the most commonly fractured bones in the face.
- Revision Rhinoplasty – Revision rhinoplasty is a very challenging operation. The scar tissue from previous surgery can make the dissection of tissues difficulty.
- Rhinophyma – Rhinophyma is characterized by a large nose with irregular growth of yellow-colored masses on a background of pinkish skin.
- Septal Perforation Repair – The nasal septum can develop a through and through hole. This can lead to dryness which can lead to frequent nose bleeds.
- Septoplasty – The nasal septum can be deviated to the extent that nasal breathing is hampered.
- Turbinectomy – Turbinate glands are located inside the nose hanging off the side walls and into the nasal passages. These glands are unique in their ability to expand significantly by increasing blood flow through the tissues. This usually happens from exposure to allergens, weather change, viruses and bacteria. In some cases it can be hormonal as well.
Fillers and Botox Cosmetic Procedures
- Botox – Botox is a bacteria-produced chemical that causes short-term paralysis of facial muscles (and thus minimizes wrinkles) for three to six months.
- Dysport – Dysport is very similar to Botox. The generic name is abobotulinum toxin A. It is very similar to Botox in its efficacy and safety profile.
- Fat Injections –
Skin Care and Laser Procedures
Neck Cosmetic Procedures
Skin Cancer Procedures
For more information or to schedule an appointment, contact us toll-free at 877-JANJUA1.
Our location in Bedminister, NJ is within easy access from Morris, Hunterdon and Somerset County, New Jersey.
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