What Procedure is Right for Me

As we age, our bodies change, and with the change, you may be interested in ways to reduce the effects of aging by looking into surgical and non-surgical procedures. Plastic and Cosmetic Surgeons work with patients at all stages of life, evaluating health, medical and body types to provide comprehensive advice to help you reach our overall goal.

To most people, the terms Cosmetic Surgery and Plastic Surgery are interchangeable and are both representatives of procedures performed to fix, correct, or enhance something that causes you distress or aggravation. In reality, these terms though very much related, mean very different things.

Plastic & Cosmetic Surgery Procedures

According to the American Board of Cosmetic Surgery, Cosmetic Surgery is the process of enhancing one’s physical appearance. The principles and techniques of cosmetic surgery focus are to improve the visual appearance of the patient aesthetically and can be performed in all areas of the body. Since cosmetic procedures goal is to enhance, the treatment is generally to areas that function properly and are considered elective services.

Facial Procedures

  • Face Lift

  • Brow Lift

  • Eyelid Lift

  • Neck Lift

  • Lip Augmentation

Breast & Body Contouring

  • Breast Augmentation

  • Breast Lift

  • Breast Reduction

  • Breast Implant Removal & Exchange

  • Breast Reconstruction

  • Thigh Lift

  • Liposuction

  • Gynecomastia for Men

  • Tummy Tuck

Dr. Roosevelt Peebles, Jr. M.D., F.A.C.S is board certified and a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, The American College of Surgeons, and the Tennessee Society of Plastic Surgeons.