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Cosmetic surgery is a deeply personal choice, and people contact our practice for many different reasons. We begin every facial plastic surgery experience at Faces with an educational consultation designed to meet your desires and create the best treatment plan for your goals. At Faces, we respect an individual's desire for privacy. However, when a patient wants to share their experience, we know that others will benefit.

Someone's new sense of self-confidence, may just give another person the courage they need to pursue their own dream. Dr. Jordan is passionate about being an educator, both to his patients at Faces in Ridgeland, MS and as a professor at the University of Mississippi Medical Center, where he is the medical director of the Department of Otolaryngology and Communicative Sciences.

Dr. Jordan is double board-certified by the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and American Board of Otolaryngology. Double board-certified by the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and the American Board of Otolaryngology, physician emeritus, Dr. J. George Smith, founded Faces in 1998.

read more › Based in Ridgeland, MS, Faces is a pioneering cosmetic surgery practice dedicated exclusively to the care of the face and neck. Our beautiful clinic combines a relaxing atmosphere with the expertise of a noted facial plastic surgeon dedicated to make lasting improvements. Last year, approximately 20 million people in America had some form of facial cosmetic treatment. Some of these treatments were for improvement of appearance and reversal of signs of aging, and some for correction of functional problems or deformities.

read more › Guaranteed to put a smile on their face, a gift card from Faces is a great choice for any occasion! Our gift cards never expire allowing the recipient the flexibility to use it how and when they want. We offer two convenient options. E-mailed cards are our most popular choice as you choose the time and the day you want or need it delivered. Need a gift card wrapped and ready for giving? Simply choose the "Collection" option when ordering and we'll have your package ready and waiting for you to collect from our beautiful clinic in Ridgeland.

read more › The facial plastic surgeon you choose is important if you want to achieve the best results and have a comfortable experience. Patients who choose a board-certified facial plastic surgeon can rest assured that their procedure will be performed to the highest standard of care. Although any practicing physician can legally perform cosmetic surgery, those certified by the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery must undergo extensive training. They must also pass rigorous examinations to demonstrate their mastery of the field.

read more › Dr. Steven Curti, Fellowship Trained Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon near Jackson, MS. For more than twenty years, Faces, PLLC in Ridgeland, MS has recruited and assembled the most qualified medical aesthetic professionals in the Jackson metro area. Meet Steven Curti, MD, the newest addition to our facial rejuvenation and cosmetic surgery team. The road to becoming a double board certified facial plastic surgeon is long and arduous. For many that journey begins right here in Jackson at the University of Mississippi Medical Center under the tutelage of Dr. Jordan.

read more › At our facial plastic surgery practice in Ridgeland, MS, we love helping our patients put their best faces forward in relationships, first impressions, and day-to-day interactions. Our highly trained and experienced team of facial plastic surgery professionals is dedicated to making your plastic surgery experience safe, comfortable, and of the highest quality possible. Dr. J. George Smith, the founder of Faces, is a double board-certified facial plastic surgeon. Dr. Smith has retired and is no longer seeing patients, but Dr. Jordan will be able to assist you with any of your surgical needs.

read more › At Faces, in Ridgeland, MS your comfort and safety are our priorities. We have spent more than two decades assembling a staff of the most qualified medical professionals in our area. Meet Robin Ellis, a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist, who brings over 13 years of experience as a leader in delivering the advanced level of care you should expect at a facial plastic surgery practice. Robin started her career in nursing in 2002 in the Cardiovascular Recovery Unit at St. Dominic's Hospital. With a strong desire to help alleviate anxiety in patients undergoing procedures by keeping them comfortable and as pain-free as possible, she decided to pursue an advanced nursing degree in anesthesia.

read more › The highly trained and experienced team of facial plastic surgery and skincare professionals at Faces, PLLC is committed to helping you achieve your aesthetic goals in the safest and most comfortable setting possible. And our Nurse Practitioner, Sarah Tatum Smith, is no exception. With a passion for healthy living, including aesthetics, she has over 18 years experience as a healthcare provider in the Jackson metro area. Sarah began her nursing career in 2003 with the tiniest of patients in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at UMMC.

read more › As a former ER Charge Nurse and Cardiovascular Services Head Nurse, Beverly has made a career out of providing outstanding quality care. As Faces' Patient Care Coordinator since 2013, she makes it her #1 priority to provide patient-specific, personal attention to her clients. Beverly cherishes the relationships that develop while customizing a patient's treatment plan based on aesthetic needs, goals, and expectations. Through personalized care and genuine connections, her goal is to show you how medicine should be practiced.

read more › Age, weight fluctuations, and genetics are the primary reasons people develop the dreaded double chin. As we age, the skin produces less structural proteins-primarily collagen and elastin-which causes the extra skin to sag and accumulate in certain places on the face, such as under the eyes and on the neck. Losing or gaining weight can also contribute to accumulated or leftover stubborn fat deposits that gather along your jawline and underneath your chin. A double chin, known as "submental fat" among facial plastic surgeons, is one of the most common reasons people seek cosmetic surgery and related treatments.

read more › The face-it's the main aspect of the body we use to communicate and listen. The appearance of your face influences how other people you first meet will interact with you. It can affect the pace of careers and your personal relationships. The patients we've served for more than 20 years throughout Mississippi and the Southeast have taught us there are many different ways your face can play an enormous role in your life. The desire to manage natural signs of aging gracefully, preserving youthful features, and enhancing your natural beauty are all common reasons people research facelift surgery, or rhytidectomy as it's known in plastic surgery.

read more › High, prominent cheekbones are a well recognized symbol of beauty in our society. Conversely, one of the features of facial aging is the drift of the cheek mound in a downward direction and a sagging hollowness of the cheeks. As previously mentioned, differences in the size of the cheekbones, or asymmetry, may be a congenital or traumatic deformity. All of these situations can potentially be improved by cheek implants. During consultation these areas will be assessed in relation to the overall facial architecture.

read more › If you're one of the millions who regularly uses over-the-counter beauty products to erase deep wrinkles and restore youthful skin, you're probably aware that lotions and creams have their limitations when it comes to turning back the clock. Sure, they're great for making your skin softer and healthier, but they're also expensive and won't produce miracles like they often promise. If you want to treat advanced skin damage and the deepest signs of aging, you have to go beneath the skin and promote healthy collagen growth.

read more › The decision to undergo nose reshaping surgery is often very personal. We understand that may be the case and we are here to help you make decisions to look your best. It's our goal to avoid the "operated" look; instead, we want to sculpt your nose, so it creates a harmonious appearance that's complementary to all of your facial features. We will use computer imaging to give you an idea of what may be possible. Nose surgery is typically performed for cosmetic reasons, but it can also be done to enhance nasal function.

read more › Have you ever thought about the role your eyes play when you interact with other people? When someone looks you directly in the eyes, it makes you feel noticed and understood. Relationships often start with the locking of eyes, and we begin our first years of life communicating extensively with our gaze. Eyes are so important in the way we interact with each other, we often hear the eyes called the "windows to the soul." Your eyelids frame your eyes, and sagging skin from the normal aging process may cause your eyes to look "tired."

read more › Your brow takes up more than a third of the real estate on your face. A well-shaped, tight brow emphasizes your emotional expression and highlights your face's best features. It's the upper frame of what constitutes your entire facial appearance. Studies have even shown that the brow and part of the forehead are among the areas of the face that help humans recognize one another, which is a good example of how important this part of your face is in everyday social interactions. As you grow older, gravity, genetics, and the natural process of aging do a number on your brow and forehead regions.

read more › While it is true that more women undergo plastic surgery procedures than men, this is becoming less of an uneven statistic as more men seek plastic surgery and cosmetic services each year. It's not just women who are trying to look and feel younger. Many men are also conscious of the way their appearance can impact relationships, their career, and the way they feel about themselves. Most men who come to our practice express wanting to restore a youthful look that complements a masculine aesthetic.

read more › Ear plastic surgery goes by several different names. Facial Plastic Surgeons refer to the procedure as otoplasty, but it's commonly referred to as ear pinning or ear reshaping. At our facial plastic surgery practice in Ridgeland, MS, ear surgery is performed by our double board-certified facial plastic surgeon. From your consultation to your recovery, our goal is to treat you as if you were family, always with your comfort and safety in mind. There are a variety of reasons why you or a family member may want an ear surgery procedure.

read more › Earrings can be a beautiful addition to your appearance, but they can also damage your ears over time. Wearing heavy earrings or intentionally stretching your earlobes with gauges can create unsightly earlobe holes that don't close on their own. In some cases, these practices may even cause your earlobes to split. Trauma to the earlobes can also lead to a permanent defect. Earlobe repair is a minimally invasive procedure that can permanently close gaping holes or tears in the earlobes. This operation can help you feel more confident about your appearance and restore your ability to wear earrings normally.

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