Cosmetic Services Dallas, TX
At Key-Whitman Cosmetic Center, every effort is made to ensure that our patients make well-informed choices and achieve the best results possible, all within a comfortable and confidential setting.
Men and women choose to have cosmetic procedures to feel more confident themselves rather than out of pure vanity. We understand and respect this perspective, and we continuously strive to support our patients throughout the process. By using this approach, we not only help men and women achieve the physical changes they desire but do so in a manner that makes them feel comfortable with their choices.
The popularity of aesthetic treatments means that you have many options when choosing a doctor, and we invite you to learn about the ways that we set ourselves apart from other practices. Our utmost priority is gaining and maintaining your trust, as this is the foundation of any meaningful relationship between surgeon and patient.
Our Cosmetic Services
Upper & Lower Blepharoplasty
Blepharoplasty or eyelid rejuvenation is a surgical procedure used to treat sagging upper eyelids or baggy lower eyelids. Extra skin is removed and extra fat may be repositioned to areas around the eye with hollowing. As we age, the very thin skin around our eyes begins to stretch and sag and often is the first area of the body to show aging. Sometimes, even peripheral vision can be affected by drooping upper lids, which can interfere with daily activities like driving. Sometimes, eyelid surgery is necessary because the muscles and skin that support the eyelids weaken. Other times…
Ptosis is when the upper eyelids are drooping. Some patients develop ptosis after an injury to the eyelid or after eye surgery, but ptosis is usually a result of aging. Other patients are born with the condition, but it typically develops later in life. Commonly, ptosis results when the muscle responsible for raising the lid weakens, or from damage to the nerves that control the eyelid muscles. Sometimes ptosis can be caused by loose skin on the upper lid. Other causes of ptosis can include…
As we age, the tissue and skin on our forehead and eyelids stretch and become droopy. Brow lifts can reduce the lines in the forehead and between the brows and can also make the eyes look more open. There are four techniques used to lift the brow and forehead. Dr. Pfeiffer determines the most appropriate technique for you based on the thickness, elasticity, and texture of the skin, the bone structure of the face, and the overall appearance of the eyelids, forehead and the position of the eyebrows…
Botox & Fillers
Botox®is used to treat permanent furrows and deep wrinkles in the skin that are formed by the continual contraction of facial muscles. Manufactured by several different companies under the names listed above, it contains a purified and safe form of a neurotoxin (produced by the microbe that causes botulism.) The injections temporarily prohibit muscles from making expressions that leave dramatic lines and wrinkles. In addition to treating lines and wrinkles, it is used to…
Laser Skin Resurfacing
Key-Whitman Cosmetic Center provides a range of proven laser skin resurfacing treatments designed to improve the condition and appearance of the skin. Our lasers use a beam of light energy to reduce the effects of acne, aging, sun damage, hyperpigmentation, scars or nutritional issues. When administered by extensively trained professionals, such as the staff at Key-Whitman Cosmetic Center, resurfacing laser treatments are safe, efficient, require little downtime, and provide…
Alongside our aesthetic services, The Key-Whitman Cosmetic center offers additional cosmetic procedures and services. These include:
- Mohs Surgery Repair
- Fat And Stem Cell Transfer
- Chalazion Removal
- Treatment for Blocked Lacrimal Duct or DCR (dacryocystorhinostomy)
Schedule a Consultation
For more information on our additional cosmetic services or to schedule a consultation, call 214-220-3937.The staff at Key-Whitman Cosmetic Center are pleased to serve patients in the Dallas Fort Worth area.