Cosmetic surgery of the upper face and eyes is generally considered earlier as compared to the lower face. For many, the eyes show the signs of age first. Wrinkles, loose skin, excess fat, and sagging tissue may create a hooded appearance and smaller eyes. Patients often ask to remove all the excess tissue. However, plastic surgeons carefully modify …Read More
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Monthly Archives: February 2017
Plastic surgery patients should expect a certain degree of swelling (edema) after cosmetic surgery. Even non-surgical liquid lift patients with Botox® or Restylane® may have some swelling. Fortunately, swelling after plastic surgery usually resolves with time. Cosmetic surgery patients may proactively help reduce post-treatment swelling via a variety of natural methods. We've reviewed rhinoplasty swelling in a previous post. Swelling after plastic surgery …Read More
Many cosmetic patients want to lift their face, neck, cheeks, and eyes. However, some patients are averse to or not appropriate candidates for facial surgery. Alternative options such as wrinkles relaxers and facial fillers can improve one’s appearance without surgery, but these don’t really lift skin like surgery does. Patients' desire for less downtime after plastic surgery …Read More
Everyone wants to look their best and visit a plastic surgeon's office to review options. While most consider facelift surgery as the most dramatic method to improve one's appearance, facial fat injections alone or in combination with facelift surgery is an important procedure to consider for facial rejuvenation. What is fat injection? We've previously reviewed facial fat …Read More
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