The nose job (technical term "rhinoplasty") has been something like a rite of passage for many a woman (and, increasingly, man.) It is often the first plastic surgery undertaken in a patient's life. If all goes well, the procedure can streamline and enhance the overall look of a face; if not, the patient can emerge with a botched feature in the center of her face. The stakes are high.
A brow lift can un-droop eyebrows, de-hood eyelids and smooth out forehead furrows and frown lines for up to 10 years. The surgical procedure tightens the skin and muscles of your forehead to smooth out wrinkles, open up the area above the eyelids, and create a more pleasing brow arch.
It's the most famous-and perhaps the most conspicuous-of cosmetic surgeries: the boob job. Breast augmentation is perfect for those women who wish their genetics had provided more natural padding up front.
Cheek implants give you a fuller, more youthful face. Implants, which are made of silicone or another non-reactive material, are often placed through the mouth, with a small incision at the gum line, or through the lower eyelid. The implant is either attached to soft tissue or bone, or is secured to a pocket over the cheekbone. A typical procedure takes 30 to 45 minutes.