Other Face Procedures

Your face is the physical expression of your personality, and it is one of the very first things a person notices about you. Having a balanced and appealing facial appearance can improve confidence and promote a healthy self-image, which Dr. Christa Clark believes is important for happiness. While Dr. Clark offers well-known facial plastic surgery procedures to help women and men from Sacramento, Granite Bay, and other nearby communities improve their facial appearance, there are other less common procedures that she also offers for additional facial contouring and rejuvenation.

Dr. Clark takes the time to get to know you and understand your lifestyle and your needs. She is committed to helping you achieve results you’ll love from your facial procedure. Contact us for more information about Dr. Clark or the procedures she offers.

Facial Plastic Surgery Procedures

As a facial plastic surgeon in the Sacramento area, Dr. Clark offers several procedures designed to help you improve your facial appearance. Below are some of the less common procedures she offers:

Neck Lift – This procedure is designed to tighten and firm the muscles and skin of the neck. A neck lift can be performed after extreme weight loss to remove excess skin or to reduce the appearance of aging.Chin Augmentation – A chin augmentation is designed to improve the profile and balance of the facial features. A chin augmentation may involve the use of implants to add form and structure to the face, and improve chin projection.

Lip Enhancement – Lip enhancement is designed to enlarge and reshape the lips to create a fuller appearance. Lip enhancement may rely on the use of dermal fillers or implants to add lasting volume.

Depending on your specific anatomy, Dr. Clark may decide that you are a candidate to combine your procedure with other surgical or non-surgical treatments including eyelid surgery or a brow lift. The best way to find out which procedures can help you is to call our office at (916) 983-9895 and schedule an appointment to talk to Dr. Clark in person.