A number of surgical procedures are available from Dr. Manwani to address aesthetic issues with the face. You can read a brief description of each procedure, including what it does and the outcomes it produces, below.

If you are interested in facial procedures, please contact our office to schedule a consultation.


A rhinoplasty (or “nose job”) is carried out to alter the proportion or shape of the nose and resolve breathing issues. To achieve a more balanced or perfect form, the cartilage, bone, and skin of the nose are reshaped. The majority of rhinoplasty patients fully recover in four weeks, though depending on their rate of healing, some activities may still be restricted. Although revision operations can be used to modify the nose once again for cosmetic or medical reasons, the results of rhinoplasty remain permanent.


Treatments for puffy eyes, drooping eyelids, crow’s feet, and other aesthetic concerns around the eyes include eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty). It can improve sightlines, make people look friendlier, and make patients seem more attentive and less worn out. Patients who have blepharoplasty typically recover in two to three weeks. Results from eyelid surgery are often long-lasting and can be prolonged with the right eye and skin care. If fat deposits or sagging skin around your eyes make it difficult for you to see, you might be a candidate for eyelid surgery.


To alter the size, shape, and protrusion of the ears, otoplasty (ear pinning) is done. It can be used to alter the distance between the ears and the skull, alter the size of the ears, or even replace missing or damaged outer ears. Within three to six weeks following ear surgery, most patients are totally recovered. The majority of the time, ear surgery results are basically permanent, albeit the newly repositioned tissue may naturally deteriorate with time. If your earlobes are sagging or wrinkled, your ears are large or protrude too far, or if you have malformations or injuries to the ear area, you might want to think about having ear surgery.


Facelift surgery is performed to reposition fat on the face and upper neck, tighten loose skin, and correct underlying muscle. It can give skin more defined contours, minimise wrinkles, and strengthen the jawline. Though some discomfort may last longer, the majority of patients recover completely in two to four weeks. The effects of a facelift might linger for up to ten to twenty years in some cases. If you are dissatisfied with the way your face looks, whether it’s from ageing or sun damage, you might be a candidate for facelift surgery.


An in-office cosmetic surgery called lip augmentation makes lips look bigger and younger. There are several lip augmentation procedures to suit your requirements and objectives. Non-surgical techniques that temporarily plump up the lips using fillers are available. Others call for making little incisions on your lips or face to achieve results that stay longer.


These facial augmentation techniques can improve the chin’s size, shape, and projection while also improving balance and symmetry. It can be used to enhance face structure, define cheekbones, and correct a patient’s facial profile. Depending on the type of operation performed, recovery from these surgeries often takes two weeks to two months. The majority of patients discover that their results last for many years; nevertheless, certain implants may eventually need to be replaced.


The procedure known as a “dimpleplasty” is done to make dimples on the cheeks. The indentations that some people’s smiles leave behind are called dimples. The bottoms of the cheeks are where they are most frequently found. Additionally, certain persons may have chin dimples.

This facial feature is not inherited by all people. Dimples can develop naturally in some people as a result of indentations in the dermis brought on by the deeper face muscles. Injury may result in others.


On the skin, moles are patches or regions of discoloured development. They develop when the melanocytes, the skin’s pigment-producing cells, cluster together rather than spread out evenly. Any area of the body may develop nevi, which range in colour from skin to black. It could be level or elevated.

If a mole changes in size, shape, or colour and you are concerned about it, you should see Dr. Manwani and ask about having the mole surgically removed. A mole that causes discomfort, is unsightly, or is in a sensitive place may need to be removed. You should see a doctor right away if a mole is itchy, swollen, red, bleeding, or painful since these symptoms could indicate a more serious condition.



If you have any questions or would like to book an appointment with Dr Manwani, please contact us.



If you have any questions or would like to book an appointment with Dr Manwani, please contact us.

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