The facial contour of the eyes, nose and lips is like a photo frame to a photo. However, properly arranging abundant contents in the limited frame and highlighting each characteristic challenges the physician’s esthetics and profession. Dr. Chuang has always considered that the congenital face skeleton is not a critical factor for facial organ surgeries but that reconstructing individualized features for patients with different face shapes or redressing congenital facial structural defects by numerous procedures constitutes the most valuable portion of facial plastic surgeries. Nevertheless, the eyes and nose are frequently the most important and frequently operated on parts in traditional facial organ plastic surgeries because their appearances contribute to over 50% of the facial beauty. However, Dr. Chuang considers that many other surgeries can also be performed to address or mend congenital facial organ and contour defects, such as surgery at the forehead, submalar triangle, chin, or lips, which will gradually play vital roles among the mainstream well-sculpted surgical options and non-negligible details for females desiring a perfect facial appearance.
Dr. Chuang has been dedicated to studies on plastic surgeries of various facial parts and regardless of forehead augmentation, chin surgeries, submalar triangle augmentation (apple cheek surgery), nasolabial groove reinforcement , or lip plasty and otoplasty, offers customized surgical suggestions and plans in light of patients’ facial contours and proportions individually to successfully set off the characteristics of the facial organs. Dr. Chuang upholds the following surgical concepts and principles of facial plastic surgeries: