Dr. Eric Chang uses facial plastic surgery at his Columbia practice to enhance your natural features and to reduce signs of aging such as wrinkles and jowls, restoring a youthful and vibrant appearance. Dr. Chang is a board-certified plastic surgeon who believes the best results look completely natural, and he takes a precise, customized approach to achieve outcomes that exceed your expectations.
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Over time, gravity, exposure to the sun's ultraviolet rays, and the stresses of daily life take their toll on our faces: Deep creases appear alongside the mouth, the jawline sags, and folds and fat deposits appear on the neck. Dr. Chang can counteract the visible signs of aging with a facelift and neck lift. In this combination procedure, he removes fat and tightens skin and muscles, giving your face a fresher, more youthful look. Incisions are as inconspicuous as possible, hidden behind the hairline and in natural folds of the face and ears. The goal of a facelift at Columbia Aesthetic Plastic Surgery is not to change your appearance, but to restore a more youthful, but still natural-looking, you.
Blepharoplasty helps Baltimore men and women rejuvenate puffy, sagging, or tired-looking eyes. The procedure can remove excess fat, skin, and muscle from either the upper or lower eyelids or both, and it can be performed with sedation in a local surgery center or using local anesthetic in Dr. Chang's offices. Eyelid surgery may be performed for cosmetic or functional reasons, lifting droopy eyelids out of a person's field of vision. Blepharoplasty can also be combined with a facelift, brow lift, or BOTOX® Cosmetic to raise the eyebrows or reduce the appearance of crow's feet around the eyes.
With ear surgery, children and adults can have prominent ears set back closer to the head. Over the course of the 2- to 3-hour procedure, Dr. Chang can improve the appearance of a "lop ear," "cupped ear" or "shell ear," as well as earlobes with creases or tears. Ear surgery may be performed with either general or local anesthesia at an outpatient surgery center or with a local anesthetic in the office.