Philadelphia Facial Plastic Surgery & Medspa in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Name: Philadelphia Facial Plastic Surgery & Medspa
Display name: Philadelphia Facial Plastic Surgery & Medspa
Mission: Philadelphia Facial Plastic Surgery & Medspa strives to deliver exceptional results to their patients. They provide them with comprehensive consultation and personalized treatment plants to help achieve their goals through the help of board-certified specialists and professional staff.


Phone: (215) 607-2575
Twilio phone: (215) 607-2575
Address: 456 N. 5th St., Ste. 3, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, 19123
City: Philadelphia
State: Pennsylvania
Country code: US
Postal code: 19123
Phone: (215) 273-3223
Neighborhood: Northern Liberties
Country: USA
GPS coordinates on map: 39.9591504,-75.1481192

  • Brow Lift
  • Cheek Implants
  • Dermal Fillers
  • Ear Surgery
  • Eyelid Surgery
  • Facelift
  • Neck Lift
  • Rhinoplasty
  • Septoplasty
  • Skin Rejuvenation

RealSelf Info

Profile created: Nov 9, 2022
Profile modified: Nov 13, 2022
Review count: 10
Rating: 5.0
Rating time spent: 5
Rating answered questions: 5
Rating bedside manner: 5
Rating after care: 5
Rating payment process: 5
Rating wait times: 5
Rating courtesy: 5
Rating responsiveness: 5
RealSelf’s PRO: Yes
Realself network status: candidate


Thomas Spalla, MD

Statement: Dr. Spalla is an honest and enthusiastic facial plastic surgeon who loves to educate his patients to ensure they are comfortable with him and his recommendations. He wishes to not only give a great outcome but also a great experience throughout your facial rejuvenation journey.
Began aesthetic medicine in: 2009
Rating: 5.0

Practice’s answers

Answer Header & Date
Answer Snippet
Uneven eyelid surgery. What can I do about this?
Eye asymmetry
Nov 29, 2023
Your right eye does appear to be more prominent than your left. I would recommend that you seen an ophthalmologist for an examination to check out your eye health, retina, vision, and ensure that no intraorbital mass is responsible for this.
Are my cheekbones recessed?
Nov 27, 2023
You do appear to have volume loss of the anterior maxilla creating a negative vector with respect to your cornea. Cheek implants would be beneficial in this situation. This should also help to decrease the deepening nasolabial folds by suspending this tissue.
Is it operator error for my cheek implant to be floating in my face?
Implant migration
Nov 27, 2023
Implants are placed by creating a pocket and sliding the implant into that pocket over the desired area of augmentation.
Some surgeons place the implant into a snug pocket to avoid migration. If the pocket is too large, the implant can slide out of place. If it’s too small, there can be too much pressure on the area, and the implant can extrude through the incision site.
To avoid this, many surgeons fixate the implant with 2-point fixation to avoid migration and rotation.
Would I benefit from a facelift for the lax skin under my chin?
Neck Laxity
Nov 22, 2023
A lot of issues we face in facial plastic surgery can be treated in a stepwise fashion. What I mean is that you can start with minimally invasive options, and if they are unsuccessful, surgery can be your last option. In some situations, surgery is the only option, but in your case, you may wish to explore a couple of other options.
In increasing invasiveness:
radiofrequency microneedling
subcutaneous laser tightening of the skin
Subcutaneous laser + MyEllevate
Neck lift
Sagging skin under my chin – What are my options?
Platysmal Bands
Nov 21, 2023
I think you’d be a great candidate to consider laser tightening of the skin along with MyEllevate – a minimally invasive permanent suture device to tighten this region. Check that out online and consult with a local provider.

Last updated on 12/06/2023