Skin volume and elasticity decrease with age leaving wrinkles or grooves beneath the eyes that can make you look older or seem tired when you are not. While collagen-boosting skin care products may give you some improvement, under-eye dermal fillers are a safe, nonsurgical approach that works. The fillers stimulate collagen and help your skin look more youthful and refreshed….

See all posts in Injectable Fillers

You may have mixed emotions of anxiety and excitement about a rhinoplasty because it will reshape your nose and affect your facial appearance. An understanding of the progression of how your nose will heal and achieve its final contour can increase your confidence about the procedure and your desire to balance your facial features. We will explain how long it…

See all posts in Rhinoplasty

Wrinkles around your eyes or mouth can develop in your mid-20s. At any age, involuntary contractions of forehead muscles can cause fine lines and creases in the skin. BOTOX® is an FDA-approved neurotoxin that smooths skin by targeting and temporarily relaxing wrinkle-causing muscles. A board-certified plastic surgeon, like Dr. Ayoub, can loosen and soften muscles in the face to give…

See all posts in Injectable Fillers

If you are concerned that your nose size or shape is too big for your face, rhinoplasty or a nose job can boost your confidence in your facial appearance. Nose reshaping is one of the top five cosmetic surgical procedures among U.S. men and women. Reduction rhinoplasty makes your nose smaller while improving proportion and balance with your facial features.

See all posts in Rhinoplasty

Over time, our skin begins exhibiting some signs of wear and tear. Sometimes, this means wrinkles, creases, and fine lines. In other instances, it may mean age spots, areas of hyperpigmentation, or evidence of sun damage.

See all posts in Laser Resurfacing

As we get older, our bodies stop producing quite as much collagen and elastin. As a result, our skin loses some of its elasticity, meaning it can become droopy, it can start to sag, and it can develop wrinkles and fine lines.

See all posts in Facelift

Have you ever felt dissatisfied by the appearance of your nose? If so, then you may be a good candidate for rhinoplasty, or what is commonly known as a “nose job.”

See all posts in Rhinoplasty

For anyone who wishes they could turn back the hands of time, regaining their youthful countenance, getting a facelift may be an effective solution.

See all posts in Facelift

For those who are dissatisfied with the size, shape, or proportions of their nose, a procedure called rhinoplasty offers the chance for real, lasting cosmetic change.

See all posts in Rhinoplasty

If you’re wondering how long you’ll be sidelined after having Omaha plastic surgeon Dr. Ayoub perform abdominoplasty, also known as a tummy tuck, on you, you’ve come to the right place. We’re here to discuss all things exercise after getting sagging and drooping skin excised – and potentially even separated abdominal muscles stitched back together – after getting a tummy tuck.

See all posts in Tummy Tuck

Specialists in Plastic Surgery Serving the Omaha, NE Area.

Lincoln

|

Bellevue

|

Papillion

|

Grand Island

|

Fremont

|

Council Bluffs

|

Des Moines

|

Sioux City

Dr. Ayoub is a board-certified plastic surgeon offering a wide variety of aesthetic and reconstructive plastic surgery procedures designed to help you become the best version of yourself. For more than 20 years, Dr. Ayoub and his team at Westfield Plastic Surgery Center have been an active part of the Omaha, NE community. Together they inspire a warm, welcoming environment for every patient.


How to reach usContact

Westfield Building II
9900 Nicholas St. Suite 300
Omaha, NE 68114

Office Hours
Mon - Tue : 8:00am - 5:00pm Wed : 1:00pm - 5:00pm Thur - Fri : 8:00am - 5:00pm

Call us to schedule yourComplimentary Consultation!

**Complimentary Consultation for cosmetic procedures not billed to insurance
(402) 829-6384
  • ASPS Logo
  • American Board of Plastic Surgery Logo
  • The Aesthetic Society Logo
  • Credential 3
  • AMA Logo