Our face, and the expressions it creates, is how we present ourselves to the world. How we look and act has an impact on how others perceive us and that crucial first impression. This is why most of us are concerned about our facial appearance. Some would like to change certain features about their face while others are born with facial abnormalities such as a cleft lip, a birthmark, or other developmental defects. Many of us notice the effects of aging, sun damage, or previous facial trauma. Fortunately, many of these conditions can be corrected through surgical or non-surgical procedures performed by a specialist.