Aesthetic Craniofacial

Craniofacial surgery is a distinct field of plastic surgery that focuses on changing the structural foundations of the skull and face by altering the facial skeleton. While craniofacial surgery was originally intended to remedy congenital (present at birth) deformities of the face and head in babies, children and young adults, the highly advanced surgical skill set required has become intrinsic to many elective plastic surgery procedures for purely aesthetic reasons.


Dr. Deschamps-Braly was trained by the world’s leading originators of craniofacial surgery, including Dr. Daniel Marchac (Paris), and Dr. Obwegeser (Zurich), Dr. Arlen Denny (US), and Dr. Douglas Ousterhout (US), the world’s pioneer of Facial Feminization Surgery and author of “Aesthetic Contouring of the Craniofacial Skeleton” (1991).

Common Aesthetic Craniofacial Procedures: