Gallery Learn more about the various procedures offered by Dr. Thomas and view a selection of before and after photos. Facelift (Rhytidectomy) Our face reveals our hopes, aspirations, and joys. An “aging face,” one with saggy or loose skin, loss of muscle tone, and a dry or wrinkled feel, can misrepresent our true feelings. Learn More and See Before & After Photos Nasal Surgery (Rhinoplasty) The nose is both a necessity and an eyesore for some people: we need it to breathe thousands of times a day, yet a misshapen or bumpy nose’s appearance can overwhelm its core function. Learn More and See Before & After Photos Eyelid Surgery (Blepharoplasty) The eyes are truly the “windows to the soul.” If our face tells a story, the eyes are like its punctuation marks – showing what we feel and signaling our expression and engagement. Learn More and See Before & After Photos Scar Revision Many factors enter into the specific surgical treatment during facial scar revision. Different types of scars require different surgery techniques, sometimes multiple procedures. Learn More and See Before & After Photos Chin Surgery (Mentoplasty) Like an out-of-proportion nose, a chin that is misshapen, appears too large or small, or is “weak” can produce a disappointing appearance. Chin implant surgery can restore balance and evenness to the face. Learn More and See Before & After Photos Skin Cancer Repair Millions of Americans develop or are treated for skin cancer in a given year, and as many as 20 percent will contract skin cancer. Most of these cases occur on the face. Learn More and See Before & After Photos Ear Surgery (Otoplasty) Plastic surgery of the ear, or otoplasty, is performed to correct deformities or defects of the ear. Learn More and See Before & After Photos Request an Appointment Name* First Last Email* Phone*Procedure*Facelift SurgeryBrow LiftNasal SurgeryEyelid SurgeryEar SurgeryChin SurgeryFacial Scar RevisionFacial TreatmentChemical PeelWrinkles TreatmentConsultationDate Preferred* Question or Comments?CommentsThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.