New York Facial Rejuvenation Surgery in Westchester County
Joshua A. Greenwald, MD is a New York plastic surgeon. He is certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery. Dr. Greenwald has a special interest in cosmetic and reconstructive of the face including facelift surgery, eyelid surgery, eyebrow surgery and nasal surgery. breast surgery. Whether you are seeking a mini-facelift or need a more extensive facial rejuvenation, , Dr. Greenwald is expertly trained to perform your procedure. Using minimal incision techniques, Dr. Greenwald is able to achieve natural looking results with minimal downtime.
Whether you are interested in a facelift surgery (rhytidectomy), cosmetic eyelid surgery, or nasal reshaping (rhinoplasty), Dr. Greenwald will provide you with the highest level of surgical skill and artistry. Dr. Greenwald believes long lasting surgical results are obtained by not only operating on the skin but also by recontouring and rejuvenating the structures that lie below the skin (the SMAS layer in a facelift and the orbicularis muscle in eyelid surgery). If the lax underlying structures are not rejuvenated in addition to the skin, the result will be less natural and less durable. Dr. Greenwald routinely performs facial cosmetic surgery in Harrison, New York on patients from Westchester County, New York, Manhattan, Fairfield County and Connecticut. Please contact our cosmetic plastic surgery practice in Westchester County, New York to schedule a facial rejuvenation consultation with Dr. Joshua Greenwald. Click on any of the procedures listed below to learn more: A face lift or rhytidectomy rejuvenates the face and neck by lifting wrinkled and sagging skin, sculpting drooping fat deposits and tightening deeper tissues (“SMAS”) which are loose. A facelift focuses on three primary areas: the jowls, the jawline and central neck. Incisions are placed in natural creases to conceal scars. In Dr. Greenwald’s hands, no two facelift surgeries are the same. Each operation is customized to the needs and desires of the patient. For example, some patients may require a small incision under the chin to reapproximate the muscle cords in the neck. Other patients may simply require recontouring the fat in the neck without manipulating the superficial muscles in the neck (i.e. platysmaplasty). Click on any of the procedures below to learn more: