Dental Services

At Lake Norman Oral & Facial Surgery, you will find we offer a variety of dental services to meet your healthcare needs. Our staff is highly trained and professional, and keeps informed of the latest techniques and technologies through continuing education.


All-on-4® Treatment Concept

Whether you already have a denture, or if you are seeking a denture, we can replace your teeth with a system that is permanently in place, allowing you to look, function and feel like you have your full set of natural teeth again with the All on 4™ system. At Lake Norman Oral and Facial Surgery, we can provide beauty and function in replacement of traditional dentures. Dr. Haigney, our Board Certified Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon, can help you have a full set of teeth in one day.

What is All on 4?

Our denture implant system, All on 4, is a way to permanently attach your denture device directly into your arch using four titanium dental implants. This means, no more glue, no loose teeth in your mouth, no caution about the foods you eat, and no removing your teeth while you sleep. Your denture is permanently in place.

To attach your denture, Dr. Haigney places four implants directly into your jawbone. This will serve as strong, secure, posts to hold your denture in place. A tooth implant is screw-shaped post that because it is made of titanium, which is biocompatible, has a unique ability to fuse to your bone through a process called osseointegration. With some healing time, your living tissues will actually create connections to the post, making it sturdy and reliable.

Who can get the All on 4 Dental Implants?

The All on 4 system has been designed for patients who have no healthy teeth remaining. This may mean that some unhealthy teeth need to be extracted in preparation for placement, which may be done at the same time. Patients may have no healthy teeth due to decay, the loss of teeth due to gum disease, other medical issues, or an impact injury. This system gives the patient natural looking permanent teeth, that will function as their original teeth did, while being sedated, in one office visit.

Is the placement of All On 4 dental implants painful?

Though the process sounds intimidating, the procedure of placing four dental implants will not be painful for the patient because they will be sedated. In most cases, the patient has no memory of the entire procedure. Your comfort is our concern, we don’t want you to be in pain. Following the placement of your implant retained denture, Dr. Haigney will prescribe pain relieving medication, to get over the hump of discomfort for the next few days. Patients will need to take caution in the foods they eat and how they use their teeth for the next few weeks following placement.

What patients love is that Implant-supported teeth look and function just like your real teeth, plus they are maintained with the same oral hygiene routine, of brushing and flossing as you always have.

Dr. Haigney, Board Certified Oral Maxillofacial Surgeon, works directly with Board Certified Prosthodontist Bruce Miller to provide you with teeth in a day. Our team at Lake Norman Oral and Facial Surgery want to answer your questions about dental implants and All on 4. Raymond J. Haigney II, DDS, is a Board Certified Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon, as an Oral Surgeon, he has completed extra years in coursework and time in clinic working on the latest advancements in dentistry. His education is ongoing for the benefit of his patients. To schedule a consultation, contact his front office staff at our Huntersville, NC 28078 office. (704) 255-5888



Dental Implants

Dental implants are changing our patient’s oral health. Implants provide a foundation to place replacement teeth, when teeth are missing, they enhance a patient’s function and aesthetic, giving the patient the feel of their natural teeth. At Lake Norman Oral and Facial Surgery, we can help you regain lost teeth, preserve the natural contours of your facial shape and allow you to resume eating your favorite foods. Dr. Haigney is happy to meet with you and answer your questions about implants to replace a single, multiple, or even all of your teeth using dental implants.

What are Dental Implants?

Implants are a post that we anchor to your jawbone. They are made of titanium, which is frequently used by doctors in surgery all over the skeletal frame. Dr. Haigney inserts this post into the jawbone where the tooth is missing, it will serve as a new root for your artificial tooth. With healing time, the post will be strong. Titanium is biocompatible, meaning it will not be rejected by your body, and in fact, through a process called osseointegration, the bone bonds with the titanium, growing around it with connective tissue, making a strong foundation. Once Dr. Haigney feels the post is firmly in place, he will place an abutment, or dental crown, that has been customized to fit your bite and match your teeth in color, over the post. You now have a tooth that looks and feels like your natural teeth. You will love having your function restored, in addition, dental Implants help preserve your facial structure and prevents bone deterioration that occurs when teeth are missing.

Surgical and Technological Advancements

The process for placing dental implants is becoming more and more improved through continuous advancements. Dr. Haigney is able to:

•  Place single stage implants:This means that he is able to place your dental crown after about six weeks of healing without reopening the surgery site.
•  Place Implants at the same time as your extraction:Making the plan to place your implant immediately following the extraction of your tooth will minimize invasive treatments, saving you healing time, pain, and time in the chair.
•  Extract teeth, place implants and crowns in one visit:Referred to as Immediate Loading, having everything done at once greatly simplifies the surgical process and has you come in with an unhealthy tooth and leave with a perfect one.


Who actually performs the implant placement?

The placement of your Implants is a team effort between Dr. Haigney, an Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon and a Restorative Dentist. While Dr. Haigney performs the actual implant surgery, including the initial tooth extractions and any necessary bone grafting, the restorative dentist of your choice, fits and makes the permanent prosthesis. We are happy to work in collaboration for your treatment. Your dentist will also make any temporary prosthesis needed during the implant process.

What types of oral prostheses are available?

There are multiple options for oral prosthesis and your dental implant. Depending on what you need, you can have:

•  The placement of a single prosthesis, in this case a dental crown, is used to replace one missing tooth. If desired, the patient can have multiple single tooth placements.
•  The placement of multiple missing teeth, using implants as an anchor, would be a partial prosthesis, also known as a fixed bridge. We can replace two or more missing teeth in a single arch, and then anchor them onto limited implants.
•  A complete dental prosthesis, known as a fixed denture, can replace all of the teeth in your upper or lower arch. The number of implants that need to be placed will vary depending upon which type of complete prosthesis (removable or fixed) is recommended. We will review that in more depth with you based on your need.
•  A removable prosthesis, known as an over denture, attaches to a bar or ball in socket attachments, whereas a fixed prosthesis is permanent and removable only by a dentist.


Dr. Haigney performs his implant surgeries a hospital operating suite in his office. As an operating suite, sterilization levels are optimized. We are also able to schedule time at an Inpatient hospital to place implants for patients who have special medical or anesthetic needs or for those who need extensive bone grafting from the jaw, hip or tibia.


Why Implants versus traditional restorations?

There are several reasons to choose implants:

•  Implants restore a tooth when there is none.
•  Implants provide a solid post to attach prosthetics to that would otherwise need to sacrifice a healthy tooth, or would be loose in your mouth.
•  Implants allow you to forget that you ever even needed a restoration.
•  Implants allow you to eat the foods you want, yes, we even mean that ear of corn.
•  Implants can improve your aesthetic.
•  Implants will make you overall more comfortable with your prosthesis.


Am I a candidate for implants?

The best way to determine candidacy is to meet with Dr. Haigney. He can evaluate your current status along with your overall health to make that determination. You may be surprised at what he can do. If you mouth is not currently ideal for implants, there are ways of improving the outcome, such as bone grafting.

What type of anesthesia is used?

We will discuss anesthesia at your consultation. Adjustments can be made depending on your health and any medications you are currently taking. The vast majority of dental implants and bone graft can be performed in the office under I.V. sedation, but for less complicated cases local anesthesia is sufficient.

Our team at Lake Norman Oral and Facial Surgery want to answer your questions about dental implants and prosthetics, to give you that functional and beautiful smile you want. Raymond J. Haigney II, DDS, is a Board Certified Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon, as an Oral Surgeon, he has completed extra years in coursework and time in clinic working on the latest advancements in dentistry. His education is ongoing for the benefit of his patients. To schedule a consultation, contact his front office staff at our Huntersville, NC 28078 office. (704) 255-5888



Wisdom Teeth

If all of your teeth have come in as they should, and none have been removed, then by the age of eighteen, you should have 32 teeth; 16 teeth on the top and 16 teeth on the bottom. Each tooth in your mouth is there with a specific name and function. Your from teeth, the incisors, canine and bicuspid teeth are ideal for grasping and biting food. Your back teeth, also known as molars, are used to grind food into a consistency suitable for swallowing. The problem is, the average mouth is designed to hold 28 teeth. Fitting all 32 can not only be painful, it can be disastrous for your bite. These four extra teeth are your third molars, also known as wisdom teeth. Your wisdom teeth are frequently a problem for most people, they will most likely need to come out at some point, and the younger, the better. At Lake Norman Oral and Facial Surgery, Dr. Haigney can remove your wisdom teeth, saving you future headaches and pain, the longer they are in your mouth, the more painful they are to remove.

Can I just keep my wisdom teeth?

Patients often question if they could just keep their wisdom teeth and see how development goes. Though you can of course choose that route, it is not recommended.Current research tells us that approximately 80% of wisdom teeth will require removal. Early removal is recommended to avoid future problems and to decrease the surgical risk involved with the procedure. The longer they stay problems can happen:
•  There is frequently not enough room for your wisdom teeth to fully erupt, this means that they are impacted. Impacted teeth makes the area more susceptible to infection causing bacteria, with you unable to clean it.
•  Wisdom teeth often crowd your neighboring teeth, pushing them out of place, affecting your bite and altering your other teeth positioning.
•  As your lower wisdom teeth grow, their root system often shapes into a hook formation, meaning the longer they are there, the more painful their removal is.
•  Wisdom teeth are often not brushed or flossed thoroughly because they are difficult to get to. This means that they are much more susceptible to decay and pericoronitis which can progress to a fascial space infection of the face and neck which can be life threatening.
•  Another serious downfall with wisdom teeth is the occurrence of tumors or cysts from the impacted wisdom tooth dental follicle, resulting in the destruction of the jawbone and healthy teeth.


At Lake Norman Oral and Facial Surgery, we recommend patients see an oral surgeon in their early to mid- teenage years for an examination. Most often by this time, Dr. Haigney will be able to tell you if there is sufficient room for the wisdom teeth to erupt.

Your Wisdom Teeth Removal Surgery

Dr. Haigney will discuss the various anesthesia options with you prior to surgery. In most cases, the removal of wisdom teeth is performed under local anesthesia, nitrous oxide/oxygen analgesia (laughing gas) or general anesthesia. These options as well as the surgical risks, including sensory nerve damage and sinus complications, will be discussed with the patient before the procedure is performed. Once the teeth are removed, the gum will be sutured closed to help control bleeding, we will also advise the patient to bite down on the gauze in order to apply pressure to stop bleeding. You will rest under our supervision in the office until you are ready to be taken home. Upon discharge, your post-operative kit will include postoperative instructions, a prescription for pain medication, antibiotics and a follow-up appointment in one week for suture removal. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call us at (704) 255-5888.

Our services are provided in an environment of optimum safety that utilizes modern monitoring equipment and staff that are experienced in anesthesia techniques.

All outpatient surgery is performed under appropriate anesthesia to maximize patient comfort. Raymond J. Haigney II, DDS has the training, license and experience to provide various types of anesthesia for patients to select the best alternative. Dr. Haigney is double board certified in Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery and the National Dental Board of Anesthesiology. He always keeps current in Basic Life Support (BLS), Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), and Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS). There is no one more qualified to take care of you and your family's oral & maxillofacial surgery needs.

To schedule a consultation, contact our front office staff at our Huntersville, NC 28078 office. (704) 255-5888



TMJ Surgery

TMJ, known by the dental term, temporomandibular joint disorder, refers to problems with the jaw joint. No one treatment can resolve TMJ disorders completely and treatment takes time to become effective. At Lake Norman Oral and Facial Surgery, Dr. Haigney can help diagnose the problem and provide you with a healthier and more comfortable jaw.

Do I have TMJ?

If you have had symptoms like pain or clicking, these symptoms occur when the joints of the jaw and the chewing muscles do not work together correctly. TMJ stands for Temporomandibular Joint, which is the name for each joint both on the right and the left, and those joints connect your jaw to your skull. Since some types of TMJ problems can lead to more serious conditions, early detection and treatment are important. Some patients come to us because they have unexplained headaches and pain or stiffness in their neck, shoulders, or back. These are all possible signs of TMJ. A list of common questions that help us in diagnosing TMJ includes:

Do You Have a TMJ Disorder?

•  Are you grinding or clenching your teeth either while you sleep or during the day?
•  Do you wake up with your jaw feeling sore or stiff?
•  Do you experience frequent headaches?
•  Do you experience frequent neck aches?
•  When you get stressed, does your clenching and pain get worse?
•  Does your jaw click, pop, grate, catch, or lock when you open your mouth?
•  Do you experience pain when you open your mouth to eat or yawn?
•  Have you ever had a significant head, neck or jaw injury?
•  Have you had problems, including arthritis, with other joints?
•  Do you have teeth that no longer touch when you bite?
•  Has your bite changed, or do your teeth meet differently from time to time?
•  Is it difficult or painful to use your front teeth to bite or tear food?
•  Are your teeth experiencing unusual sensitivity or have become loose, broken or worn?


If you are finding that some or most of the above questions apply to you, we recommend a consultation with Dr. Haigney. Understanding TMJ disorders will also help you understand how they are treated.

How did I get TMJ?

Jaw disorders develop due to many reasons. It may be because you clench or grind your teeth, this tightening of your jaw muscles stresses your TM joint. You may have a damaged your jaw joint from an injury or as a condition of a disease. Injuries and arthritis can damage the joint directly by stretching or tear the muscle ligaments. This causes the cartilage and other functions that cushion the jaw joint, to slip out of position. Whatever the cause, the results may include a misaligned bite, pain, clicking or grating noise when you open your mouth or trouble opening your mouth wide.

Treatment for TMJ

There are various treatment options that Dr. Haigney can utilize to improve the comfort and function of your jaw. Once an evaluation confirms a diagnosis of TMJ disorder, Dr. Haigney will determine the proper course of treatment. It is important to note that treatment always works best with a team approach of self-care joined with professional care. The initial goals are to relieve the muscle spasm and joint pain. A good first initial step is generally a pain reliever, either an anti-inflammatory or a muscle relaxant. Dr. Haigney may find that the patient would benefit from an injection of steroids directly into the joints to reduce pain and inflammation.

Some at home treatments that you can try include:


•  Resting your jaw, reduce talking and eat only soft foods for a few days.
•  Keep your teeth slightly apart when you are not swallowing or eating, having your teeth clenched together may be causing stress.
•  Apply ice packs and heat packs to reduce swelling.
•  Try various jaw exercises.
•  Check your posture, and how you hold your neck and head.


Other less invasive techniques that Dr. Haigney may be able to recommend may include:


•  Stress management techniques including biofeedback or physical therapy.
•  Wearing a temporary, clear plastic appliance known as a splint or nightguard to help keep your teeth apart while you sleep, reducing pain and relaxing the muscles, also stopping the effects of clenching or teeth grinding.
•  An anterior positioning appliance moves your jaw forward, to relieve pressure on parts of your jaw and aids in disc repositioning. It may be worn 24 hours/day to help your jaw heal.
•  An orthotic stabilization appliance is worn 24 hours or just at night to move your jaw into proper position.


What about bite correction or surgery?

After we have exhausted all of the non-invasive treatments, surgery may be the next option. Dr. Haigney will be able to review various procedures including, bite adjustment (equilibration), orthodontics with or without jaw reconstruction, or restorative dental work. Surgical options such as arthroscopy and open joint repair restructuring are sometimes needed but are reserved for severe cases. Dr. Haigney does not consider TMJ surgery unless the jaw can't open, is dislocated and nonreducible, has severe degeneration, or the patient has undergone appliance treatment unsuccessfully. He will be able to guide you to the appropriate treatment for your situation.

Raymond J. Haigney II, DDS, is a Board Certified Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon, as an Oral Surgeon, he has completed extra years in coursework and time in clinic working on the latest advancements in dentistry. His education is ongoing for the benefit of his patients. To schedule a consultation, contact his front office staff at our Huntersville, NC 28078 office. 704-987-3132



Sleep Apnea

Sleep Apnea is a common yet problematic disorder. There are various options available for helping, the least invasive of which can be done through your dentist. Dr. Haigney, of Lake Norman Oral and Facial Surgery, can create a customized mouthpiece that will bring your lower jaw forward, forcing your tongue slightly out, making a larger air passage, while you sleep. Your entire health is important to us, including getting the rest you need.

What is sleep apnea?

People with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) have a continuous disrupted sleep pattern, along with that, frequent dips in low blood oxygen levels. Often associated with snoring because snoring is a sign of an obstructed airway, it is the sudden stop in breathing that is the highest concern. Patients will stop breathing, and once oxygen levels in your brain dips, the patient then wakens enough to gasp for air. Patients with sleep apnea may be doing this several times a night and not even be aware of it, though the signs are present.

In most situations a partner is the first to spot the signs of sleep apnea. If you suspect you may have it, talk to Dr. Haigney, he can help look for the signs and diagnose if treatment is needed.

Sleep Apnea signs

If you suspect you may be suffering with sleep apnea, look for the the following signs:
•  Frequently waking exhausted, even though you slept a full eight hours.
•  Finding yourself to be more cranky or easily irritable.
•  Waking with headaches.
•  Finding it difficult to concentrate on daily tasks, or experiencing loss of short term memory.
•  Waking to a dry mouth, as a clue to snoring.


If you are experiencing repeated cycles of decreased oxygenation, it could lead to very serious cardiovascular problems. Additionally, these individuals suffer from excessive daytime sleepiness, depression, and loss of concentration.


How can I treat sleep apnea?

The first step in treatment resides in recognition of the symptoms and seeking appropriate consultation. Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons, including Dr. Haigney, offer consultation and treatment options. Following a detailed medical history, we can work with you to assess possible anatomic relationships in the maxillofacial region. Taking an x-ray of your skull, we can determine the level of obstruction. In addition, a naso-pharyngeal exam can be done using a flexible fiber-optic camera to confirm if there is a cardiovascular compromise or decreased oxygenation levels. In some situations, a sleep study may be recommended to study a patient while they sleep.

There are less invasive and more invasive options available in treating sleep apnea. It may be a long path, but it is always recommended to start small and work your way up to the right fit. Dr. Haigney can help in making decisions that will work best for your situation.

Our team at Lake Norman Oral and Facial Surgery are here to answer your questions sleep apnea both in diagnosing the signs, and making treatment decisions. Raymond J. Haigney II, DDS, is a Board Certified Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon, as an Oral Surgeon, he has completed extra years in coursework and time in clinic working on the latest advancements in dentistry. His education is ongoing for the benefit of his patients. To schedule a consultation, contact his front office staff at our Huntersville, NC 28078 office. (704) 255-5888



Reconstructive Surgery

Oral reconstructive surgery is for the correction of congenital, developmental or injury related defects in the maxillofacial region. At Lake Norman Oral and Facial Surgery, Dr. Haigney can make the corrections needed to give you the function and aesthetic you want. Our team works hard to give you the most innovative and up to date tools and techniques in facial reconstruction, wound closure, scar revision, and other reconstructive procedures.

Fortunately, we offer a solution to mouth pain and aesthetic issues that can solve these problems for the rest of your life—full mouth reconstructive surgery:

•  Bone Grafting
•  Cleft Lip & Palate
•  Facial Trauma
•  Impacted Canines
•  Jaw Surgery
•  Platelet Rich Plasma

Dr. Haigney is double board certified, which is unique in dentistry. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, and a Diplomate of the National Dental Board of Anesthesiology, as well as a member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery. You want an oral surgeon that you can trust. Dr. Haigney’s time in clinic, along with his passion for continuous education, means that his interest is in your care.

What areas of my head are considered the maxillofacial region?

Maxillofacial refers to the entire oral cavity including the face between the eyes and the upper teeth, the muscles controlling movement of the lower jaw, and even down into the upper neck.

Common Maxillofacial Procedures

The most common maxillofacial procedures that we perform include:

•  Facial TraumaFacial trauma can occur from numerous incidents, including sports injuries, motor vehicle accidents, accidental falls, interpersonal violence or work related injuries. Types of facial injuries can range from soft tissue injuries or even extremely severe trauma to the bones of the face.
•  Jaw Surgery:Is the correction of misaligned jaws, due to trauma or development.
•  Oral Pathology:We examine sore, lumps, and any unusual growths. Oral Cancer can be a very serious health condition.
•  TMJ:Refers to the joints of your jaw. When the joints are not working in sync with the motion, it can be very uncomfortable. TMJ problems can lead to more serious conditions, early detection and treatment are important.
•  Cleft Lip and Palate Procedures:Known as an orofacial cleft, we can examine, diagnose, and make the necessary procedures to repair this very common congenital disorder of a cleft lip or cleft palate.


Your mouth, and the entire oral region, comprises many tissues, both soft and hard. The soft tissues include the lips, inner cheeks, gums and your tongue. The hard tissues include your teeth and jawbone. Besides the hard and soft tissues, there is also various connective tissues that hold the your oral structures in place, as well as a lot of nerves and blood vessels. We refer to the relationship between your upper and lower teeth along with their with the jaw joints as your occlusion, or bite. To have a healthy functioning oral cavity, all of these systems need to work together in harmony. If some or all of these components do not work together in balance, your oral health then becomes compromised. Once it is compromised, it can cause joint pain, discomfort or even a loss of function. We want to alleviate that. At Lake Norman Oral and Facial Surgery, we can make all of the areas of your mouth work in unison as they should, providing you function and aesthetic.

Raymond J. Haigney II, DDS, is a Board Certified Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon, as an Oral Surgeon, he has completed extra years in coursework and time in clinic working on the latest advancements in dentistry. His education is ongoing for the benefit of his patients. To schedule a consultation, contact his front office staff at our Huntersville, NC 28078 office. (704) 255-5888



Facial & Cosmetic Surgery

Woman happy with her facial cosmetic surgery.Facial and cosmetic surgery are used to reshape the natural structure of the body in an effort to improve the aesthetics of the face. Many patients admit to having undergone facial cosmetic surgery in order to improve the outer appearance of their face and thus improve their self-esteem.

Facial issues caused by birth defects, disease and trauma can be made to disappear with the help of facial cosmetic surgery:

•  Cheek Implants
•  Chin Implant
•  Endoscopic Browlift
•  Eyelid Surgery
•  Facelift
•  Lip Augmentation
•  Mid-Facelift
•  Neck Lift
•  Otoplasty
•  Rhinoplasty


Individuals that are healthy and that have a positive outlook coupled with realistic expectations make excellent candidates for facial cosmetic surgery. Facial cosmetic surgery is a personal choice that should be done to satisfy the individual going under the knife. Facial cosmetic surgery should never be done to satisfy someone else’s desires or in an attempt to fit what may be thought of as an ideal image.

What Are the Different Types of Facial Cosmetic Surgery?


There are many different types of facial cosmetic surgery procedures aimed to help improve the overall appearance of the face.

Nose Surgery

facial cosmetic surgery of the nose is referred to as a rhinoplasty. The goal of a rhinoplasty may be to either improve the harmony of the face by augmenting the structure of the nose, or to improve breathing that may be impaired due to a structural defect. To learn more about rhinoplasty, visit our Nose Surgery page.

Eyelid surgery

Cosmetic surgery of the eyelids, also referred to as blehpharoplasty, can be done on either the top of bottom eyelids in an effort to improve the appearance. Eyelid surgery is used to treat loose or sagging skin, excess fatty deposits under the eyes that appear puffy, excess skin and bags under the eyes. To learn more about blehpharoplasty visit our Eyelid Surgery page.

Facelift surgery

A facelift, also referred to as a rhytidectomy, is a cosmetic procedure done to improve the visual signs of aging of the neck and face. A facelift can treat loose or sagging skin, dropping of fatty deposits, loss of fat from the lower jowls, drooping eyes and deep creases. To learn more about rhytidectomies visit our Facelift Surgery page.

Necklift surgery

Necklift surgery, or a lower rhytidectomy, is a surgical procedure performed to reduce the visible signs of aging in the neck and lower jawline. To learn more, visit our Necklift Surgery page.

Forehead and eyebrow surgery

A brow lift, also referred to as a forehead lift, is a surgical procedure used to improve the appearance of the brow. Forehead lifts can remove wrinkles, improve frown lines and raise sagging brows. To learn more about brow lift surgery, visit our Forehead and Eyebrow Surgery page.

Mid-face lift

A mid-face lift is a facelift of the middle section of the face. A mid-face lift can improve sagging jowls, wrinkles and fight the signs of aging. To learn more about a mid-face lift visit our Facelift page.

Ear surgery

Ear surgery, also referred to as an otoplasty, is a cosmetic procedure performed to reconstruct the appearance of the ear. This surgical procedure where the ear is pinned and the helix is reshaped. To learn more about ear surgery, visit our otoplasty page.

Cheek implants

Cheek implants are made of uniquely formed special materials designed to augment or enhance facial features. To learn more about how you can benefit from cheek implants, visit our Cheek Implant page.

Chin implants

Chin surgery, or mentoplasty, is a surgical procedure aimed at reshaping or enhancing the structure of the chin by way of implant. To learn more about mentoplasty visit our Chin Implants page.

Lip augmentation

Lip augmentation is done to give the patient fuller, plumper lips. To learn more, visit our Lip Augmentation page.






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DR. HAIGNEY II


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HUNTERSVILLE, NC 28078





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