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Treating a double chin or submental fullness: Liposuction, Chin implant, or Facelift?

A double chin is an undesirable feature than many Washingtonians address with plastic surgery. A double chin can be congenital (genetics), develop with age naturally, or result from weight gain. Submental fullness is another term plastic surgeons may use for a double chin. With the great increase in video and photos from telephones and tablets, …

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Neck Lift without incisions via Liposuction alone

All surgical facelifts generally have an incision in front of the ear, with variable extension around the ear. Even short-scar or mini lifts have an incision. Some patients who don't have the necessary downtime for recovery after a facelift may still benefit from plastic surgery with liposuction alone. Neck liposuction can provide great results in …

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Full facelift: Rejuvenate from top to bottom

Plastic surgeons are often asked what is a full facelift, and how is different from a mini lift or short-scar facelift. The term facelift is used by plastic surgeons to generally refer to cosmetic surgery of the lower face, neck, and jaw line. A face lift reduces fat, tightens muscle, and removes excess or sagging …

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Facetime Facelift: New or Existing Cosmetic Surgery Technique?

Facetime facelift is a relatively new term that refers to the increased awareness of one's own sagging skin and excess neck fat when video conferencing. We're all seeing ourselves more often on photos and video, which brings more attention to natural wrinkles and aging. In addition during video conferencing (laptop, phone, etc), one tends to …

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Neck Lift or Neck Liposuction?

Modern plastic surgery thinking and techniques have greatly advanced to help minimize recovery while maximizing aesthetic results. A sagging neck, jowls, and extra neck fat are some of the signs of aging which trouble many Washington DC area residents. With incisions around the ears and under the chin, a facelift or neck lift can help …

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Bruising or Hematoma after Facelift Surgery

Bruising is very common with cosmetic surgery and not considered a complication with plastic surgery. I advise my Maryland face lift surgery patients to expect some degree of bruising and swelling after surgery. Skin bruising may even occur with non-surgical cosmetic treatments such as lip enhancement or Botox® wrinkle treatment. On the other hand, a hematoma …

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How to Determine if you are a Face Lift candidate

When you look in the mirror and lift your jawline and cheek skin, do you like what you see? Perhaps it's time to consider facial rejuvenation surgery. Face lift or neck lift surgery is a purely elective cosmetic procedure to rejuvenate the face for men and women over 40. Both the face lift and neck …

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Face Lift Anesthesia Options for Maryland & Virginia

A lower face lift or neck lift can greatly rejuvenate the face and help restore the appearance of youth and beauty. Maryland or Virginia face lift patients are typically active individuals who have sagging skin and jowls and excess neck fat. Face lift patients often ask about the incisions used during the face lift and …

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Face Lift Recovery and Healing

A very common question for Maryland plastic or cosmetic surgeons is how quickly can one return to normal activities after a face lift. Of course, recovery after face lift surgery varies on the specific type of face lift you had, and your body's natural healing ability. First, there will be recovery from the anesthesia along …

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