Facial Plastic Surgery FAQs
What is a Facial Plastic Surgeon?
A facial plastic surgeon completes a residency in either Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery or Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery and then goes on to complete further specialized training solely in Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery. This competitive track consists of 6 (or more) years of surgical training after completing medical school.
What types of Surgical Procedures does Omaha Face offer?
We offer a wide range of aesthetic and reconstructive procedures within the Head & Neck. Common reconstructive surgeries include skin cancer reconstruction, facial nerve reanimation, functional rhinoplasty, and vascular lesions. Common aesthetic services include rhytidectomy (facelift), blepharoplasty, cosmetic rhinoplasty, brow lifting, and neck contouring.
What types of non-surgical treatments do you offer?
Omaha Face offers a large variety of minimally invasive procedures to help you get the results you want without the downtime. We offer state of the art treatments on a Sciton Joule Laser including facial resurfacing, microlaser peels, facial vein treatment, laser liposuction, and photofacials. We also offer wide variety of injectable therapies including Botox, Juvederm family of products, Restylane products, and Kybella.
Can I bring a significant other or friend to the consultation?
Of course. We understand that a consultation can be an intimidating process and encourage you bring support as long as you are comfortable.
Where would my procedure be performed?
Our patients have several location options when considering a procedure. Many can often be done in our procedure room in a relaxed clinic setting. If anesthesia is needed, surgeries can be performed at a number of surgery centers and hospitals within the area. Dr. Harbison has privileges at UNMC Village Point Surgery Center and main hospital, Miracle Hills Surgery Center, Lakeside Hospital, and Boys Town Hospital.