Face

Face Lift

What is a Face Lift? A face lift, also called rhytidectomy, is a surgical procedure that addresses facial wrinkles and sagging of the middle to lower portions of the face. It can correct jowls, marionette lines, nasolabial folds, and sagging in the cheek area, tightening the face for a more youthful look. Dr. Combs has… Read More »


Brow Lift

What is a Brow Lift? A brow lift, sometimes called a forehead lift, raises eyebrows that may have begun to drop due to gravity and can also correct forehead creases, as well as frown lines between the eyebrows. If your brows are uneven or have lost their natural arch, these conditions can also often be… Read More »


Neck Lift

What is a Neck Lift? A neck lift can correct signs of aging on the neck, such as wrinkles, jowls, double chin, and muscle cords or bands. The result is a tighter and smoother neck that looks significantly younger. Dr. Combs has performed many successful neck lifts. During your consultation, he will spend time with… Read More »


Eyelid Surgery

What is Eyelid Surgery? The aging process can make you look tired due to drooping upper eyelids, puffiness under the eyes, or deep frown lines between the eyebrows. Eyelid surgery (also called blepharoplasty or eyelid lift) corrects these conditions and helps you look younger quickly. Often, the eyes even look larger as a result. This… Read More »


Fat Grafting

What is Fat Grafting? Fat grafting is a two-fold process that harvests fat from your body through liposuction and then injects that fat into areas of the face, neck, or hands that have lost volume due to aging. These fat injections can sometimes take the place of dermal fillers like Juvéderm® and Restylane®. Common areas… Read More »


Ear Surgery

What is Ear Surgery? Ear surgery, also called Otoplasty, can correct ear abnormalities, such as ears that protrude, are excessively large, misshapen, or asymmetrical. It can also repair stretched or torn earlobes. A number of techniques might be used to restore a normal appearance to the ears, including grafting of cartilage. Dr. Combs has extensive… Read More »