Look Your Best Before You Say I Do

A wedding day is one of the most memorable days in a person’s life. All eyes will be on the bride and groom, the parents and the wedding party. And so will the camera lenses.

You and your wedding party can achieve a picture-perfect look by having bridal plastic surgery or other cosmetic facial procedures.


What Is Bridal Plastic Surgery?

Bridal plastic surgery is part of a specialized line of bridal services offered to the bride, groom, their parents and the wedding party. You’ll want everyone to look their best on your wedding day, By taking advantage of different cosmetic surgical procedures, anyone can look healthier and younger.


Why Should You Be Interested in Bridal Plastic Surgery?

A wedding day is a unique event. You want yourself, your partner, and the wedding party to be at their best. Money is spent to beautifully dress everyone, to get every hair in place and to ensure flawless makeup - why not go the extra mile and consider bridal plastic surgery?


What Types of Bridal Plastic Surgery Are Available?


What Types of Cosmetic Bridal Procedures Are Available?

You can use cosmetic bridal procedures to supplement your bridal plastic surgery. Skin rejuvenation procedures are minimally invasive and have quick or no recovery times:


Why You Should See Dr. Yeung Before Your Wedding Day

You want natural-looking results when correcting flaws or rejuvenating your appearance. Houston-based plastic surgeon Dr. Cecil Yeung can deliver the results you want while making you look younger and more beautiful.

You may decide to supplement your bridal plastic surgery with other in-office procedures such as dermal fillers, Botox and laser skin resurfacing. Dr. Yeung has a well-known and highly regarded reputation for developing comprehensive treatment plans that often involve one or more facial procedures and skin rejuvenation therapies.


Schedule Your Bridal Services Today

At the Yeung Institute, we focus on helping brides and grooms, their parents, and bridal parties look their absolute best for a wedding. We offer a full range of surgical and in-office treatment options with a personalized approach. You'll enjoy a natural, long-lasting, youthful appearance that will shine in wedding photos.

Achieving the flawless look you want starts by contacting the Yeung Institute today. Learn more about what our bridal services can do for you by scheduling a consultation with Dr. Yeung. Simply fill out the request form on this page, or calling our office.

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