Facial Surgery

Facial Surgery

Facial aging is a complicated process involving changes to the skin, volume loss of the soft tissues of the face, descent of the soft tissues of the face, and volume reduction of the facial bones. Trauma can similarly cause changes in the face. Fortunately, advancements in facial plastic surgery techniques and technology have allowed corrective procedures to become less invasive and more precise. Facial surgery is one of the many options available to help revive and refresh our appearance, and ultimately improve function and self-esteem.

There are many different kinds of facial surgery. Some are purely cosmetic and are for the purpose of improving appearance, while others might be performed to restore or correct the function of a particular part of the face.

Dr. Cynthia M. Gregg offers a variety of surgical and non surgical treatments and procedures for facial rejuvenation for her patients in Cary, Raleigh, and the surrounding areas of North Carolina, including:

Facial Surgery Procedures

Why is facial surgery so popular?

The face is the most visible part of the body. Facial aging follows a defined pattern in most people and is progressive over time. With current techniques and advancements in technology, there are more options than ever for addressing the concerns of facial aging.

From non-invasive non surgical options, minimally invasive surgical options, to enhanced and expedited healing by use of incisions (cuts) hidden in natural lines and within the hairline, patients have more options than ever before. Dr. Cynthia M. Gregg strives to provide a wide array of options personally catered to each patient’s needs and desires.

We understand the decision for facial cosmetic surgery is not one that can be made lightly; therefore, we offer individualized consultations with our physician. Patients can expect a supportive, pleasant environment with complete privacy and confidentiality.