Procedures & Services


Rhinoplasty is one of the most common facial plastic surgery procedures. The nose is situated in the central portion of the face making any deformity noticeable.


Anti-Aging and Skin Rejuvenation Treatments

Modern medicine and science have made antiaging remedies such as BOTOX, facelifts, and hyaluronic acidinjections some of the most popular surgical and non-surgical plastic surgery procedures.



In may patients who have mild to moderate volume loss, dermal fillers, or injectables, are used instead of fat in order to restore volume and fill in facial furrows.


Fat Grafting

Fat grafting involves removing fat from one’s own abdomen or thighs to put into certain regions of the face that start to lose fat. Only tiny amounts of fat are removed so this should not be equated with liposuction.


Facial Fillers: Fat Grafting, Hyaluronic acid (Restylane, Juvederm, Radiesse)

As we age, a decline in skin-supporting collagen, fat, and dermal substance. around and beneath the eyes.


Botox Injections

Dynamic wrinkles are caused by contraction of the underlying facial muscles during facial expression. The more these muscles contract, the deeper these wrinkles and lines will be. These lines start to appear around the eyes, in the forehead and around the lips. The depth of these lines is also exaggerated by thinning of the skin, sun exposure.


Forehead Lift Surgery

Te forehead occupies the upper third of the face and has intricate dynamic relations with the brow and upper eyelid. Because of the number of expression muscles in the forehead and exposure to sun, it is affected by the aging process early in life (early thirties).


Correction of Facial Scars

Any facial injury or laceration that involves the facial skin results in a scar formation. Scars are usually permanent. The resultant scar depends on the type of healing a facial wound undergoes. Scars are affected by the type of injury, skin type and color and the wound position in relation to facial skin tension lines.


Parotid gland Surgery

Lesions of the parotid gland require careful understanding of the pathology and the extent of spread. Careful resection of these tumors is performed with preservation of the facial nerve and its function. Dr Fuleihan has a large experience in this type of surgery with excellent functional results



Children with protruding ears suffer are self-conscious of this deformity and may cause them significant psychological complaints. There are different patterns of protruding ear deformities that require different types of surgeries. Usually the distance of the helix from the scalp is exaggerated and the antihelix is poorly defined, the concha is large exaggerating the divergence of the auricle from the scalp.


Surgery Of The Chin

Chin definition is an important of the facial profile and contour of the lower third of the face. A weak chin distorts harmony of the face and makes your nose look bigger. Around 10-15% 0f patients who undergo rhinoplasty have chin surgery at the same time. Before chin surgery is performed a good analysis of the mandible proportion and contour, teeth occlusion, balance between the bony framework and soft tissue is made. After that a decision is made regarding the type of surgery. In certain cases chin surgery is done to improve the relations between the lower third of the face and the neck specially in cases of weak chin and excess chin in the neck or what is called the double chin appearance. In this condition, liposuction of the of the fat in the neck and chin augmentation are performed at the same time.



Blepharoplasty, or eyelid surgery, is the most common facial plastic surgery procedure in America. It can be performed on the upper and lower eyelids, trimming drooping skin and removing unwanted bags of fat. The result is a more youthful appearance by restoring the appearance of young eyes. Depending on the extent of excess skin, blepharoplasty can also increase the field of vision that has gradually decreased over time. Blepharoplasty is frequently combined with browlifting to yield a brighter, more alert, and less fatigued appearance.



Aging of the face is inevitable. As we grow older, the skin undergoes structural changes and begins to sag in the face and neck. Crow's feet at the corners of the eyes, fine and deep forehead lines, softening of the jawline and formation of jowls, deepening of the facial grove, redistribution of fat deposits in the face, fine grooves in the upper and lower lips, redundancy and banding of the neck another chin or vertical folds appear at the front of the neck are among the changes that are commonly seen. Hereditary factors, facial distribution of fat and bone, weight changes, smoking, other personal habits, gravity, and sun exposure contribute to the way faces age.


Facial Resurfacing Facial Peels And Laser Surgery

Aging of the skin with wrinkle formation and changes in the consistency and collagen volume and deposits predispose to the aged and tired look. Over the past thirty years multiple advances have been made in order to improve the skin texture, amount of collagen and increase the hydration of dermis and regeneration of the epithelium and other skin components.