Bruising is a normal side effect of facial plastic surgery, such as facelift, eyelift (blepharoplasty), and nose job (rhinoplasty). It can be easily reduced and managed.
Minimizing scars after plastic surgery means proper planning and following post-op instructions. Cosmetic skin care and surgical scar revision can also reduce scarring.
Dr. Paul Silverstein discusses how much swelling should be expected following cosmetic surgery, and how best to deal with this side effect.
Plastic surgeon Paul Silverstein offers both surgical and non-surgical treatments for loose jowls.
Plastic surgeon Paul Silverstein offers patients a number of cosmetic treatments that are geared toward toning and tightening the thighs.
Nasolabial folds are also known as smile/laugh lines. They can be treated through facelift surgery, dermal fillers, BOTOX® injections, and fat transfer (microlipoinjection).
Drains are placed after tummy tuck surgery (abdominoplasty) is performed in order to remove fluid that accumulates in the treated portions of the stomach.
Wearing a compression garment after tummy tuck (abdominoplasty) or any body contouring surgery can improve healing by reducing swelling and discomfort.
Drooping eyelids can affect a person’s appearance and even interfere with vision. Eyelid surgery for ptosis corrects this annoying condition.
There are different considerations when choosing breast implant size. Read on to learn more about these breast augmentation surgery issues.