Dallas Asian Plastic Surgeon






Facial Procedures a Dallas Plastic Surgeon Can Perform

Dr. Law is a plastic surgeon in Dallas who is passionate about helping individuals attain the facial features they desire.

A Rhytidectomy (aka a Facelift)

A facelift is a good option for men and women who would like to improve the look of their neck, as well as the lower and middle sections of the face.

With time, the neck and face begin to display creases and lines. These visible changes occur due to UV light exposure, free radicals and the continuous pull of gravity. Common changes resulting from these issues include a slacking jawline and the development of deep creases on each side of the nose (i.e., nasolabial folds). These creases start at the outer corners of the nose base, running downward until reaching the corresponding corners of the mouth. Neck changes include fat accumulation and loose skin folds. During a rhytidectomy at Law Plastic Surgery in Dallas, board-certified facial plastic surgeon Dr. Huay-Zong Law reduces these signs of aging by removing excess fat, tightening muscle and excising extra skin.

Dr. Law is an Asian plastic surgeon in Dallas who uses a facelift to correct:

  • The deep creases running from the nose base to the outer corners of the mouth (i.e., nasolabial folds).
  • Sagging of the midface.
  • A fallen jawline (i.e., jowls).
  • Creases beneath the eyes.
  • Fat deposits and loose skin beneath the chin.

A Forehead Lift (aka a Brow Lift)

As men and women age, they also develop wrinkles in several places on the forehead. Vertical wrinkles usually form between the eyebrows, just above the bridge of the nose. These wrinkles are frequently referred to as the 11’s or frown lines. In addition, many people develop horizontal wrinkles across their forehead, as well as outer brows that droop and lines on the bridge of the nose.

At Law Plastic Surgery, Dr. Huay-Zong Law, who is a well-seasoned Asian plastic surgeon and brow lift specialist in Dallas, performs a variety of surgical and nonsurgical rejuvenation procedures, including the open eyebrow lift.

Blepharoplasty Procedures (aka Eyelid Surgery, an Eyelid Lift or an Eye Lift)

Blepharoplasty procedures are minimally invasive procedures that plastic surgeons use to rejuvenate the appearance of their patients’ eyes. Dr. Huay-Zong Law is a facial plastic surgeon who uses his artistic vision, skill and experience to address drooping upper eyelids and sagging lower eyelids. After their blepharoplasty procedure, Dr. Law’s patients enjoy a more youthful appearance and, for some, a wider viewing area.

While performing a blepharoplasty procedure, Dr. Huay-Zong Law can address aesthetic eye issues that are linked to the aging process, including puffy-looking eyes. He can also address certain functional issues. The functional issues Dr. Law addresses include droopy eyelids. During a blepharoplasty, Dr. Huay-Zong Law can address droopy upper or sagging lower eyelids. If necessary, he can address the upper and lower eyelids during the same surgical session. Following their blepharoplasty procedure with Dr. Law in Dallas, patients enjoy a refreshed, more youthful-looking appearance. Patients who have a functional blepharoplasty also enjoy a wider viewing area.

A Lower Blepharoplasty (aka Lower Eyelid Surgery)

During lower eyelid surgery in Dallas, Dr. Huay-Zong Law addresses the dark circles and bags that develop underneath the eyes. While performing a lower blepharoplasty, he can also remove loose skin and tighten the patient’s lower eyelids.

An Upper Blepharoplasty (aka Upper Eyelid Surgery, an Eye lift or an Upper Eyelid Lift)

While performing upper eyelid surgery, Dr. Law can address several functional and aesthetic issues. By correcting a drooping upper eyelid, Dr. Huay-Zong Law can help his patients have a wider viewing area, as well as appear more youthful and refreshed.

Rhinoplasty (aka Nose Surgery, Nose-Reshaping Surgery)

Nose surgery is one of the most popular plastic surgery procedures that Dallas plastic surgeons perform. During nose-reshaping surgery, Dr. Huay-Zong Law can correct visible flaws (e.g., a bump on the bridge of the nose), reduce or reshape the nose to improve its overall appearance.

Dr. Law can perform a sinusitis procedure during a rhinoplasty:

Patients who suffer with chronic sinusitis may want to consider asking their plastic surgeon about a combination procedure that includes a rhinoplasty and an endoscopic sinusitis surgery.

Correcting a deviated septum with a septoplasty:

Dr. Huay-Zong Law frequently performs a septoplasty during the same surgical session as a rhinoplasty. While performing a septoplasty, Dr. Law straightens the cartilage (i.e., the septum) that is in between the nostrils.

When Dr. Huay-Zong Law performs a septoplasty and rhinoplasty during a single surgical session, breathing difficulties related to the patient’s displaced septum and the aesthetic changes he or she desires are accomplished at the same time.

Ethnic Plastic Surgery Procedures Available at Law Plastic Surgery in Dallas

Ethnic Nose-Reshaping Procedures in Dallas

Every nose is unique; however, there are some visual characteristics frequently seen in those of a particular race. For example, individuals of African descent tend to have wider noses and nares (i.e., nostrils) than Caucasians do. Sometimes, individuals of African descent choose to have plastic surgery to narrow their nose base.

Dr. Law is a plastic surgeon who performs ethnic rhinoplasty procedures in Dallas. His experience allows him to provide his patients with the nose characteristics they desire, while preserving their racial identity.

Dr. Law is an Asian Rhinoplasty Specialist in Dallas

Ethnicity tends to play a significant role in an individual’s facial characteristics. Since some people of Asian descent would like to modify their inherited facial features, including their nose, Dr. Law offers surgical and nonsurgical Asian rhinoplasty procedures.

Ultimately, the goal of an Asian nose-shaping procedure is not to Westernize the nose, but instead to maintain the patient’s unique Asian characteristics while creating facial harmony. As an experienced, board-certified plastic surgeon and injector in Dallas, Dr. Huay-Zong Law has the skill and artistic vision necessary to modify the facial characteristics of his Asian patients, while maintaining their beautifully distinct Asian facial characteristics.

Double Eyelid Surgery (Asian Eyelid Surgery)

The eyes are expressive; they can convey sadness, fear, anger and happiness. On many occasions, by looking into an individual’s eyes, his or her mood can be ascertained. The eyes’ ability to convey all of these emotions makes them a distinguishing facial feature. Nonetheless, since many people of Asian descent have a monolid (i.e., a single upper eyelid without a crease), effectively displaying their emotions with their eyes can be a challenge. However, with an Asian blepharoplasty in Dallas, a highly skilled plastic surgeon like Dr. Law can create the patient a crease in the upper eyelid and make his or her eyes look larger.

Plastic Surgery Procedures in Dallas for the Breasts

Dr. Law uses his experience, artistic vision and skill to provide women with the beautiful, natural-looking breasts they desire.

An Augmentation Mammoplasty (aka a Breast Augmentation, Breast Enlargement Surgery)

A breast augmentation is the procedure Dr. Huay-Zong Law performs to increase the size of a patient’s breasts or to address uneven breasts.

A Breast Augmentation with Implants

Plastic surgeons use two types of breast implants to enhance the breasts, silicone and saline.

Some of the differences between silicone breast implants and saline implants:

  • Silicone breast implants resemble the feel of natural breasts more closely than the saline implants do.
  • Saline implants create more-rounded breasts than can be accomplished with their silicone counterparts.
  • Since the silicone breast implants that plastic surgeons use today consist of a thick gel, if the silicone implant’s shell becomes compromised, the gel remains within the implant’s capsule.
  • If a saline breast implant ruptures, the body absorbs the fluid. This is not a problem because all saline consists of is salt water.

Breast Augmentation via Fat Transfer

Plastic surgeons in Dallas can also increase the size of the breasts with fat harvested from the patient’s body. After using liposuction to harvest the fat, Dr. Law purifies it and then strategically injects it into the patient’s breasts.

An augmentation mammoplasty fat transfer is ideal for women who only want a slight breast increase. Using autologous fat, Dr. Huay-Zong Law can increase the size of a patient’s breasts by as much as a cup (i.e., 130 cc to 150 cc). Women in the Dallas area who would like larger breasts may want to consider silicone or saline implants.

Breast Explant Surgery (aka Breast Implant Removal Surgery, Breast Implant Revision Surgery)

Women who choose to increase the size of their breasts using implants may eventually want a plastic surgeon to exchange their implants for a set of newer, more-modern breast implants.

As a woman ages, she may decide that she no longer wants to have such large breasts. These women can have their breast implants removed and replaced with a smaller size or remove their implants altogether, without a replacement.

Some women experience postsurgical complications that require a revision. These complications include wrinkling, leaking or displacement of the implant. Although rare, there are conditions (e.g., capsular contracture, which results from the body creating too much scar tissue around the breast implant) that may require implant removal or removal and replacement.

A Reduction Mammoplasty (aka a Breast Reduction)

Women who naturally have large breasts may be unhappy about the inconveniences and pain they experience due to their excessive breast size. These women can have a plastic surgeon in Dallas reduce the size of their breasts with a reduction mammoplasty. During this procedure, to reduce the size of the patient’s breasts, the surgeon removes excess fat, glandular tissue and loose skin. In addition, the surgeon can relocate the patient’s breast mounds to a higher position on her chest and the plastic surgeon can reduce the size of her nipple-areolar complexes.

Breast Reconstruction Surgery

Women who have had a mastectomy and those who do not have breasts due to developmental or congenital anomalies may be good candidates for breast reconstruction surgery in Dallas. When Dr. Law performs a breast reconstruction procedure, his goal is to create the patient a breast and nipple-areolar complex that closely resembles the natural breast in position, size and shape. There are some patients who can have their breast reconstruction procedure immediately after their mastectomy. For this reason, if possible, it is beneficial for a woman to contact Law Plastic Surgery at (972) 331-1900 to schedule a consultation with an experienced plastic surgeon before she has her mastectomy.

The breast reconstruction procedure:

There are two breast reconstruction procedure options available in Dallas, the implant/tissue expansion method and the autologous tissue breast reconstruction technique. The technique Dr. Law chooses depends on the amount of tissue the patient has available on her chest wall to hold/cover the breast implants.

An Implant/Tissue-Expansion Procedure for Breast Reconstruction Surgery

This technique involves the patient wearing a tissue expander to stretch her skin. By stretching the skin, the patient has enough excess skin to contain the implant.

Autologous-Tissue Breast Reconstruction

The plastic surgeon uses this technique when the patient lacks enough tissue to create a new breast using the tissue expansion method. This technique is also ideal for women who do not want the plastic surgeon to reconstruct their breasts using breast implants.

While performing a breast reconstruction procedure using the autologous-tissue method, the plastic surgeon creates the patient a breast using her fat and skin. However, there are times when the plastic surgeon needs to harvest muscle from another part of the body to use in the breast. Whether or not Dr. Huay-Zong Law inserts implants during an autologous-tissue reconstruction procedure depends on the patient’s desires.

Nipple Reconstruction

Dr. Law reconstructs the nipple-areolar complex during a separate surgery.

Plastic Surgery Procedures for the Body

Dr. Huay-Zong Law enjoys helping his patients attain the body characteristics they desire.


This minimally invasive procedure involves the plastic surgeon using a thin, hollow tube (i.e., a cannula) that is attached to a uniquely designed vacuum to remove excess fat. Sometimes, if Dr. Law is only removing a small amount of fat, he just uses a syringe attached to a cannula.

After liposuction, treatment areas appear slimmer and are well contoured. In addition, the patient’s body proportions are more symmetrical.

An Abdominoplasty (aka a Tummy Tuck)

With this procedure, Dr. Law helps flatten the patient’s abdominal area. He accomplishes this by removing excess fat, tightening the abdominal muscles and excising any extra skin. The best candidate for a tummy tuck is someone with loose skin or pockets of fat in the abdominal area that has remained intact despite eating a healthy diet and exercising regularly.

In addition, a tummy tuck may be beneficial for individuals who are slightly obese and have skin that has lost its elasticity. Furthermore, women who have stretched abdominal muscles and loose skin due to pregnancy may also be good candidates for an abdominoplasty with Dr. Huay-Zong Law in Dallas.

Nonsurgical Procedures Available at Law Plastic Surgery in Dallas

Botox® Cosmetic

This prescription drug temporarily stops muscles from contracting. Botox Cosmetic consists of a purified form of botulinum toxin A. Using a very fine needle, the injector administers Botox Cosmetic into areas of the face with deep wrinkles that are occurring due to continual muscle contractions. Areas of the face that benefit from Botox Cosmetic injections include the 11’s located between the eyebrows, the vertical lines that surround the mouth (aka smoker’s lines) and the crow’s feet that develop at the outer corner of each eye.

Restylane® Injectable Gel

This dermal filler consists of hyaluronic acid, which is naturally found in the body. The hyaluronic acid that the body creates adds volume to the skin and helps with maintaining the skin’s elasticity. However, with age, the body’s production of hyaluronic acid decreases, this causes the skin to become loose and wrinkle. As Dr. Law injects Restylane into targeted areas, the gel plumps and smooths the skin, thus, reducing the visibility of wrinkles and lines.

The areas where Dr. Huay-Zong Law frequently uses Restylane include the nasolabial folds (lines running from each side of the nose to the corresponding corner of the mouth) and marionette lines (lines running from the corners of the mouth towards the chin). Individuals who are over the age of 21 can also have Dr. Law use Restylane injections to enhance their lips.

A Male Breast Reduction to Address Gynecomastia

Men with excess fat and glandular tissue in their breasts have a condition called gynecomastia. This condition may affect one or both breasts and can be present in males of any age, from birth to adulthood. Symptoms of gynecomastia include breasts that are larger than is typically seen within the male population and breasts that feel firm or rubbery. A plastic surgeon can remove excess fat and glandular tissue to reduce the size of the patient’s breasts.

Cleft & Craniofacial Procedures

Dr. Law takes a special interest in correcting facial deformities resulting from birth defects (e.g., a cleft lip, hemifacial microsomia) and disorders affecting the face (e.g., the Parry-Romberg syndrome).

A Cleft Lip

Children born with an opening or a split in their upper lip have a relatively common facial birth defect, a cleft lip. This birth defect occurs when the mouth tissue neglects to fuse together properly. The characteristics of a cleft lip determine which type of cleft lip a child has. Dr. Law specializes in performing these potentially life-changing surgical procedures for both children and adults.

A cleft lip can occur with or without a cleft palate.

A Cleft Palate

This birth defect is characterized by an opening in the roof of the mouth. This opening may be in the hard palate located at the front of the mouth or in the soft palate that is in the back. Although a cleft palate can occur by itself, most of the time a child with a cleft palate also has a cleft lip.

A Cleft Rhinoplasty (aka Cleft Nose Surgery, Cleft Nasal Reconstruction Surgery)

The nose and lips are prominent facial features, which is why Dr. Huay-Zong Law is especially passionate about correcting deformities in these areas of the face.

A child born with a cleft palate and cleft lip may also have nasal deformities. Dr. Law performs cleft nasal reconstruction surgery to address these abnormalities.

The first surgical procedure to address a cleft lip and nasal deformity should occur shortly following the child’s birth. This combination procedure may be the most important surgery for a child born with these birth defects.

A cleft rhinoplasty is a highly specialized procedure that requires the skills of a plastic surgeon who has experience performing this procedure.


This birth defect occurs when the joints between the skull bones close too soon. Normally, these joints in the skull remain open, allowing enough room for the brain to grow. When a child has craniosynostosis, as the other areas of his or her skull continue to grow, the shape of the skull begins to appear abnormal.

When only one of these joints closes too early, the brain usually has enough room to develop correctly; however, the shape of the child’s skull will most likely appear abnormal. An experienced plastic surgeon can help relieve the pressure being placed on the patient’s cranial nerves and brain. In addition, after surgery the child’s skull will have a more symmetrical appearance.

Ear Molding

After a child is born and his or her cartilage is still pliable, an infant’s ears can be reshaped. Ear molding does not require the creation of incisions or the need to administer injections. Ear molding involves gently maneuvering the ear to change its shape. In order to ensure the changes remain, this maneuvering must be performed regularly for six to 12 weeks.

Ear deformities that ear molding can address include:

  • Stah’s ear (aka elf or Spock ears).
  • Prominent ears (aka Dumbo ears).
  • Cryptotia (aka pocket ear).
  • Constricted ear (aka cup ear).

Hemifacial Microsomia (aka Unilateral Otomandibular Dysostosis or Lateral Facial Dysplasia)

Hemifacial microsomia (HFM) is an asymmetrical congenital malformation of the 1st and 2nd branchial arches. Since HFM occurs in one of every 3,600 to 5,600 live births in the United States each year, following the cleft defects, hemifacial microsomia ranks as the next most common facial birth defect. HFM is 50% more prevalent in males than females. When hemifacial microsomia occurs unilaterally, it typically affects the right side. Only about 10% of HFM cases occur bilaterally.

The treatment a child with HFM receives depends on the severity of his or her condition. A child who has a severe form of this condition will require surgical intervention. During hemifacial microsomia surgery, the plastic surgeon establishes normal joint function and occlusion while restoring facial symmetry. Choosing an experienced plastic surgeon who creates a custom-designed surgical plan provides the patient with the most favorable outcome.

Parry-Romberg Syndrome

Parry-Romberg syndrome is a rare syndrome that is characterized by a slow, progressive deterioration of the skin and soft-tissue of half the face. This syndrome affects more females than males. The onset of the syndrome is between the ages of 5 and 15. The most detrimental stage of the Parry-Romberg syndrome lasts anywhere from two to 10 years, at which point it enters a somewhat stable phase.

A change in pigmentation is frequently the first sign of the Parry-Romberg syndrome and as it progresses, the skin around the eye and mouth deteriorates, resulting in significant facial asymmetry. Since this syndrome impacts the soft tissue, Dr. Law can reconstruct some of the soft tissue. In addition, to improve the patient’s reconstruction outcome, he can cut away and move bone as well as harvest tissue and fat to move to the areas lacking volume. By creating a natural fleshing out of the patient’s cheek, the facial atrophy is much more inconspicuous.

If you are in the Dallas area and considering plastic surgery, a nonsurgical cosmetic procedure like Botox Cosmetic, need a facial birth defect corrected or the results of a disorder addressed, Dr. Law can help. As a highly skilled, experienced and compassionate child and adult plastic surgeon, Dr. Huay-Zong Law can provide you with the physical characteristics or facial features that you desire. Contact Law Plastic Surgery by clicking here or by calling (972) 331-1900. The Dallas address for Law Plastic Surgery is 7777 Forest Lane, C-528.




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