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Facial Surgery in San Francisco Bay Area, CA

Worried about wrinkles? Sagging cheeks? A nose you feel is too large? Facial surgery can correct all these issues and much more. Bring back your natural beauty and enjoy more youthful, toned skin. Board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Robert Aycock has worked with thousands of residents right here in San Francisco and the surrounding Bay Area to help them achieve  the look they’ve always wanted!

What Is Facial Surgery ?

Facial surgery helps to improve areas of your face that you feel uncomfortable with. If you feel like the first thing people notice about you is your nose or your wrinkles, facial surgery can help correct these issues. It can also remediate congenital defects and structural issues on and around the face.

Benefits of Facial Surgery*

In addition to improving the area(s) of the face that may need restructuring or repair, our patients tell us that the biggest benefit of facial surgery is the surge of confidence they experience as they fall in love with the way they look – all over again!

  • You’ll enjoy beautiful, toned and youthful looking skin.
  •  You will feel more confident about your age or the parts of your face you want to improve.
  • You’ll radiate confidence and your self-esteem will improve.

Facial Surgery Before and After***

Dr. Aycock has helped a variety of patients with a wide range of facial surgery needs improve their bodies and their quality of life. We invite you to have a look at these before and after photos as a testament to his expertise and experience.

Keep in mind that each individual is unique and no two surgeries are exactly the same. At your free consultation, you’ll learn precisely how your procedure will be performed, as well as the recovery time and other important details.

***All before and after photos on this site are patients of Dr. Aycock and reflect his work as such. Individual results may vary.

Which Facial Surgery Procedures Are Performed?

Dr. Aycock performs a variety of facial surgery procedures to help you look and feel your best, including the following:

How Is Facial Surgery Performed?

Some facial surgery practices often center on the removal of skin or tissue from one area of the body and possibly transplanting it to another. Other types of facial surgery include the inclusion of pre-shaped implants (such as with cheek or chin implants) or the tightening of the skin around the target area.

Much of the emphasis on plastic surgery techniques deals with the proper placement and size of incisions as well as the handling of wounds. In both types of plastic surgery, understanding both cosmetic and reconstructive surgical principles are crucial to a successful and speedy recovery.

Preparing for Facial Surgery

When preparing for plastic surgery, it’s completely normal to feel nervous or apprehensive. Dr. Aycock highly values patient needs and welcomes questions of all kinds. If anything, it may be difficult to contain your excitement about starting on the journey to the new you!

Facial Surgery Recovery*

After the surgery, you may be given pain relievers or experience some mild discomfort or swelling. Dr. Aycock will personally provide you with all the details you need to make your recovery as smooth and quick as possible.

How Much Does Facial Surgery Cost?

The cost of facial surgery in San Francisco varies depending on the type of surgery and the area being treated. Dr. Aycock provides convenient financing options, including CareCredit®; to help cover the cost of your surgery, and you may be approved in as little as an hour. Visa®, MasterCard®, and Discover® are also accepted, and you’ll enjoy a COMPLIMENTARY CONSULTATION on your first visit to our office.

Is Facial Surgery Right for Me?*

The most important points to keep in mind if you’re considering undergoing facial surgery is that no two surgeries are alike and no two results are the same. Your results will depend on many factors including your body shape, health, and adherence to recovery guidelines. However, nearly everyone can be helped with some form of plastic surgery – either structural or cosmetic. By trusting your plastic surgery needs to Dr. Aycock, you are taking a positive step toward a new, more confident you!

Why Choose Dr. Aycock?

With over 25 years of plastic surgery experience, Dr. Aycock is a board-certified surgeon who has performed a number of both structural and cosmetic surgeries over the years. As one of the most awarded and trusted surgeons in the Bay Area, you can rest assured that Dr. Aycock will personally attend to your questions, comfort, and needs from the very first visit.

What to Expect During Your Consultation

Dr. Aycock will take the time to go over your complete medical history to ensure there are no conflicts or issues that could arise during or after your plastic surgery procedure. He will discuss your goals and anticipated outcome of your surgery, as well as answer any questions you may have. Depending on the type of procedure you plan to have done, he may examine the area being treated. Every consultation is done with the utmost professional courtesy and thorough explanation of each step to ensure that you are informed and comfortable with the process. Once you feel fully assured and satisfied with the answers, you can move forward with scheduling your surgery.

Facial surgery is an ideal procedure to help give you what nature couldn’t, as well as restore a younger-looking appearance and correct congenital defects or issues arising from traumatic injury to the face. Facial surgery is a highly personal decision and Dr. Aycock will take the time to personally address each of your issues in a way that will make you feel more comfortable and confident. Contact our office to schedule your complimentary consultation today!

*The content of this website is intended to be general information. It is provided only as a service. It is not medical advice and not intended to be taken as medical advice. The content of this site should not be used to diagnose or treat a medical or health condition and is in no way meant to be a substitute for or delay the seeking of appropriate or professional medical care. Individual results may vary.