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Waleed Ezzat, MD, F.A.C.S. is double board-certified in facial plastic and reconstructive surgery and otolaryngology/head and neck surgery and Director of the Division of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at Boston Medical Center. Nationally renowned as a leader, he offers a wide range of services, specializing in face, head and neck reconstructive procedures, congenital and traumatic deformities, and skin or tissue abnormalities resulting from a previous surgery or illness.

He is a fellow of The American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, The American Academy of Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery and The American College of Surgeons. XThe owner of this website is committed to accessibility and digital inclusion. Steps are being taken to correct issues and to conform with WCAG 2.1 AA Web Accessibility standards.

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read more › Your face is a reflection of who you are and the first thing most people notice about you. Not convinced? Look around next time you stroll down a busy walkway or in the mall. With every face you see, you begin to subconsciously create a background about that person - one that sets the tone for social engagement. So, feeling self-conscious about your facial appearance can affect every aspect of your life. Whether you're interested in improving facial symmetry, reversing signs of age or simply bringing out the best in your natural features, facial cosmetic surgery might be the right step for you.

read more › Our age tends to show up first in our faces. Skin loses elasticity and the production of collagen slows, leading to loose skin and wrinkles. Facial tissue also thins and muscles weaken, creating sagging, deep lines and shadowing. All of these changes contribute to the "tired face" look associated with aging. Getting a facelift can reverse some of the most noticeable effects of time, helping your outer appearance better reflect your inner vitality. Dr. Waleed Ezzat is double board-certified in facial plastic and reconstructive surgery and otolaryngology/head and neck surgery.

read more › As we get older, our eyelids can start to sag, creating a tired appearance. The thinning of facial tissue can also lead to permanent under-eye bags. Upper or lower eyelid surgery, also called blepharoplasty, can rejuvenate the upper face by eliminating excess skin around the eyes and reallocating facial tissue for a more youthful look. Dr. Waleed Ezzat is double-board certified in facial plastic and reconstructive surgery and otolaryngology - head and neck surgery. He customizes each procedure for the unique needs of each individual, ensuring the most natural-looking results.

read more › A loss of skin elasticity combined with thinning tissue can lead to loose neck skin or sagging jowls. The neck muscles, called platysmal bands, also tend to weaken as we age, which can cause them to protrude and create a "turkey neck" look. Also called a lower rhytidectomy, a neck lift reverses some of these processes by lifting the neck skin and tissue, tightening the neck muscles and restoring a sleeker, younger look. Surgeon Dr. Waleed Ezzat is double-board certified in facial plastic and reconstructive surgery and otolaryngology - head and neck surgery.

read more › A sagging brow can be caused by genetics and become exacerbated with the effects of age and gravity. A forehead that droops usually pushes the upper eyelids downward and furrows the brow, creating a tired or angry expression. Sometimes called a forehead lift or forehead surgery, a brow lift is a procedure that reverses some of these common signs of age and restores the forehead to a youthful position. Dr. Waleed Ezzat is double board certified in facial plastic and reconstructive surgery and otolaryngology - head and neck surgery.

read more › Pockets of fat that accumulate in the buccal or cheek area are often caused by genetics or weight fluctuations and can be difficult or even impossible to address without surgery. Buccal fat removal, also called buccal lipectomy or cheek reduction surgery, can safely and effectively remove excess fat in the cheek area, resulting in a smoother, more contoured facial profile. Stubborn fat pockets in the cheek area can cause "chipmunk cheeks" or a "baby face" appearance, which can leave some men and women feeling self-conscious of their appearance.

read more › One of the hallmarks of youth is having round, full cheeks, signifying vitality. Over time, the tissue in our cheeks begins to thin and droop, stretching the lower eyelids and creating an elongated look. Sometimes referred to as a mid face lift, a cheek lift can restore a more youthful contour to the cheeks and under-eye area when signs of thinness and sagging start to show. Boston plastic surgeon Dr. Waleed Ezzat is double-board certified in facial plastic and reconstructive surgery and otolaryngology-head and neck surgery.

read more › When we think of a youthful face, we think of full cheeks and firm, smooth contours. As we grow older and begin to lose facial fat, we can develop thin, hollow cheeks or deep tear troughs, the area where the lower eyelid meets the cheek. By transferring fat cells from another part of your body to the face, you can restore lost facial volume for a younger and fuller facial appearance. Boston plastic surgeon Dr. Waleed Ezzat is double-board certified in facial plastic and reconstructive surgery. He focuses on subtle and natural-looking results using the best approach for each individual.

read more › The chin and jawline are two of the most prominent facial features for both men and women, and can have a significant effect on the shape and profile of your face. For some people, a disproportionate or recessed chin is a cosmetic concern that causes self-consciousness. Chin augmentation uses synthetic implants to help create a smooth, balanced facial contour that is in harmony with your other facial features. The goal of chin augmentation is to create a more balanced appearance using synthetic implants to enhance the chin structure and jawline.

read more › Chin liposuction, also called double chin surgery, is a common cosmetic procedure for both men and women who are unhappy with the appearance of excess fat in their submental or double chin area. Excess fat in this area of the face is often caused by genetic and/or weight fluctuations and can therefore be difficult to address through diet and exercise alone. Through chin liposuction, board-certified facial plastic surgeon, Dr. Waleed Ezzat, can help you achieve a smoother facial contour and profile by removing excess fat under your chin.

read more › We don't often think about the ears, but these delicate features frame the sides of the face and provide a sense of balance. When the ears are asymmetrical, misshapen or protruding, they can be distracting. Ear surgery, commonly called otoplasty or ear pinning, reshapes and repositions the ears to better harmonize with your own natural features. Boston plastic surgeon Dr. Waleed Ezzat is double board-certified in facial reconstructive and plastic surgery and otolaryngology - head and neck surgery.

read more › Moles are a common skin condition caused by genetics, sun exposure and other factors, which form when skin cells called melanocytes grow in clusters rather than individually. Melanocytes are the cells that produce the pigment melanin, which is why moles are often dark in color. Moles can be benign (non-cancerous) or malignant (cancerous), so it is important to have them examined and tested if they appear to be abnormal. When considering removing a mole on your face, a skilled facial plastic surgeon can remove moles from your skin in such a way that the resultant scar is as unnoticeable as possible.

read more › The most influential and central feature of the face, the nose, can be a cosmetic asset or a detractor. The right shape or size to the nose can bring all of your features into harmony, but the wrong one can throw your look off-balance. Sometimes, the anatomy of your nose can even cause breathing problems, as in the case of a deviated septum or collapsing sidewall. Rhinoplasty, more commonly known as a nose job, is a highly specialized area of facial plastic surgery that, with the right approach, can transform not just your look, but your quality of life.

read more › The ideal nose complements the face with a proportional size, symmetry and pleasing lines. Not all of us, however, are blessed with a nose that harmonizes with our other features. A nose job, also called rhinoplasty, can resize and reshape the nose, providing a better-suited character for this central facial feature. Dr. Waleed Ezzat is double-board certified in facial plastic and reconstructive surgery and otolaryngology - head and neck surgery as well as a nationally recognized expert in rhinoplasty.

read more › Getting a nose job can be an exciting opportunity to bring out the best in your facial appearance. Not everyone, however, is always happy with their outcome. Whether you're hoping to resolve persistent cosmetic concerns or correct any nasal obstruction that may have occurred after your previous procedure, revision rhinoplasty may be an option for you to achieve your ideal results. Boston plastic surgeon Dr. Waleed Ezzat is double board-certified in facial plastic and reconstructive surgery and otolaryngology/head and neck surgery and a nationally recognized expert in rhinoplasty and nasal reconstructive surgery.

read more › Nose implants are quite popular, especially among Asian rhinoplasty techniques. Nose augmentation with nose implants can help raise the nasal bridge, elongate the tip of the nose, and enhance the overall features of the face. Standard nose implants are typically made of biocompatible alloplastic materials such as silicone. For the majority of patients, nasal implants can provide great natural-looking results. However, there are some individuals, approximately 10-20% of nose implant recipients, that end up having complications.

read more › Rhinoplasty, commonly referred to as a nose job, is one of the most common elective procedures for men. Whether you're concerned with having a stronger profile, a nose that fits your face better or resolving breathing problems, nose surgery can reshape and resize this central facial feature. Dr. Waleed Ezzat is double board-certified in facial plastic and reconstructive surgery, as well as otolaryngology - head and neck surgery. His experience with rhinoplasty, one of the most technical and detailed cosmetic procedures, makes him one of the top surgeons in Massachusetts for men interested in a nose job.

read more › A nose job, also called rhinoplasty, remains one of the most common procedures throughout the world - and the continent of Asia is no exception. While every case is unique, common requests for changes to the Asian nose are raising the dorsal profile (bridge), adjusting the tip and arrowing the overall profile. Many techniques have been used over the decades to accomplish this - from tissue grafts to nasal implants. Dr. Waleed Ezzat is double-board certified in facial plastic and reconstructive surgery and otolaryngology - head and neck surgery, Top Doctor Award recipient, as well as a recognized expert in rhinoplasty.

read more › Not only is the nose the focal point of your facial features, but it's also responsible for most of our breathing. While cosmetic rhinoplasty focuses on reshaping or resizing the nose for improved facial harmony, functional rhinoplasty aims to improve quality of life by clearing obstruction from the airways caused by your nasal structure. Dr. Waleed Ezzat is a double board-certified plastic surgeon specializing in facial plastic and reconstructive surgery, as well as otolaryngology - head and neck surgery.

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