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Facial Plastic Surgery

At Henry Ford, our mission is help you achieve the look you want and gain personal confidence and satisfaction in yourself through both surgical and nonsurgical facial rejuvenation.

Our team of experienced, board-certified surgeons have performed hundreds of procedures on patients of all backgrounds and ethnicities, have won numerous awards for their work and are nationally recognized.

Cosmetic surgery options

Facial plastic surgery can help you fix aspects of your face you feel detract from your appearance. We can also combat the effects of aging. Our experts will work with you to restore your youthful appearance with the following surgical options:

Non-surgical cosmetic options

We offer many forms of non-surgical facial skin rejuvenation, including:

Cleft and craniofacial care

Our cleft and craniofacial services provide specialized care for patients with keloids, cleft lip, cleft palate or defects of the head, skull and face.

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