Prepare for recovery and reduce your risk of surgical complications by making lifestyle changes before plastic surgery.
Dynamic and static wrinkles can affect your appearance in a number of ways. Let's cover the causes as well as your skin care and surgical options.
If you are in your 50s, facial plastic surgery can reduce excess skin, raise drooping muscles, and boost volume in your cheeks.
Pre-operative instructions for facelift will help ensure the most ideal results, reducing the severity of side effects and preventing complications.
Ideal candidates for brow lift surgery are people with forehead lines and wrinkles who are in good general health and have realistic expectations.
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.
Nasolabial folds are also known as smile/laugh lines. They can be treated through facelift surgery, dermal fillers, BOTOX® injections, and fat transfer (microlipoinjection).
Side effects are common after facelift surgery is performed. Pain, swelling, bruising, and discomfort are all generally manageable, though.
Facial plastic surgery and dermabrasion may be just what you need to look your absolute best. Let's take a moment right now to consider how combination treatments may be able to benefit you.