OA Facial Plastics is tied to the Otolaryngology Associates practice and each of our physicians are board-certified otolaryngologists. This extensive training encompasses more knowledge of the anatomy and physiology of the face, head, and neck than any other specialty. We understand that determining the best corrective actions to your individual needs can be frustrating and confusing.
Our team of physicians provides premier functional and restorative surgical procedures to the Greater Indianapolis area. With over 50 years of combined surgical experience, let our team help guide you through your own surgical journey.
OA Facial Plastics is committed to providing our patients with high-quality, compassionate care in facial cosmetic and reconstructive surgery. We will walk you through the various treatments, including both the minimally-invasive and traditional options, and tailor a care plan that focuses on your individual concerns.
Learn more about the restorative and functional surgical procedures we perform below.
We all have sinuses that make mucus and drain naturally. Sometimes, there is a production of too much mucus, such as with allergies or recurrent infections, and the sinuses can’t drain adequately. Sinus surgery is used to open these tiny drainage pathways so that the sinuses can drain more efficiently to increase your quality of life.
You can learn more about sinus surgery here.
There are a multitude of conditions that may necessitate functional nasal surgery, including a deviated septum, a collapsed nasal valve, oversized turbinates, reduced breathing functionality, and more. During this procedure, you have the opportunity to bring a more cosmetic element into the restoration and enhance the look and feel of your nose as well.
You can learn more about this procedure here.
Every case of skin cancer is different, therefore each tumor resection is different and the resulting defect is different. Each defect can usually be reconstructed utilizing a variety of techniques.
You can learn more about these here.
Typically, facial paralysis is caused by aggravation of the facial nerve whether through trauma, a tumor, inflammation, or a stroke. If your face has been paralyzed for greater than 3 months, than it is important that you see a specialist such as an otolaryngologist or facial plastic surgeon.
You can learn more about how OAFP can help you here.
FUNCTIONAL NASAL SURGERY
POST SKIN CANCER RESECTION RESTORATION