Facial Plastic Surgery Questions and Answers: Part 4

Facial Plastic Surgery Questions and Answers: Part 4

Question: Do I need to pay 500k for a facelift?
Answer: There are many excellent facial plastic surgeons, who perform natural appearing facelifts without spending 500 K. Study your prospective surgeon’s before and after facelift photo gallery, which should be extensive with natural appearing results. Closely study the after photos for detection of the incisions along with.

Question: Upper bleph at 30? I just want bigger eyes without looking fake?
Answer: The goal of an upper blepharoplasty is to remove the extra skin and fat deposits in the upper lids to give you a more refreshed look and rejuvenate the upper eyelids. It’s not gonna make your eyes any bigger.

Question: Brow, bleph or filler?
Answer: The height of your eyebrows is perfect, so you do not need a brow lift. To remove the extra folds of skin on your upper eyelids, consider an upper blepharoplasty, which can be performed under local anesthesia as an outpatient procedure. We do not recommend fillers around the eyes.

Question: Deep Plane neck or lipo?
Answer: Much more information is needed, such as a full set of facial and neck photographs from all angles. From the one very limited photograph, you appear to have significant fat deposits located both above and below the platysma muscle, which is going to require a deep neck lift procedure. A platysma plasty is performed after the deep neck fat has been removed from below the platysma muscle itself. If you’re less than 45 years of age, no skin removal is required.

Question: Will I get hollowness if I have transconjunctival lower blepharoplasty?
Answer: A properly performed, trans- conjunctival blepharoplasty can accomplish, removing the fat bags without creating hollowness. Taking too much fat out of the lower lid would create hollowness, so make sure you see a very experienced surgeon who performs natural results.

Question: Concern about bump at 6 months mark – do I need revision surgery?
Answer: It’s important to wait at least one year before undergoing a revision rhinoplasty procedure. From the limited photographs, it appears you have thin skin, which can result in visible irregularities along the bridge line, residual dorsal hump, and crooked nasal bones. You may require a full revision rhinoplasty with.

Question: Best procedure to fix lower face, neck, and the drooping of left eye?
Answer: There are several issues going on with your face, based on these limited photographs. You still have residual fat deposits in the neck, jowls, elevated temporal/ sideburn hairlines, and Pixi earlobes bilaterally. A lower face and neck lift procedure properly performed could address repairing all of these issues which would help not only rejuvenate your face, but remove the issues that are shown on your photographs.

Question: Am I a good candidate for rhinoplasty, eyelid surgery, lip filler and cheek filler and forehead reduction?
Answer: From the Photos presented, you’re not a candidate for a eyelid surgery, or lip, filler, or cheek filler. It’s difficult to reduce the length of your forehead because your eyebrows are already quite high, and you don’t want to elevate them anymore. Consider a rhinoplasty procedure to narrow and the bridge line from the frontal view.

Question: Droopy brows after blepharoplasty – should I get a brow lift?
Answer: Droopy brows after blepharoplasty, should I get a brow lift Much more information is needed, such as a full set of facial and eyebrow photographs from all angles to make sure you’re a candidate for a brow lift procedure.

Question: Is it possible to get a natural looking (as if you were born with it) rhinoplasty with my nose?
Answer: Is it possible to get a natural looking rhinoplasty with my nose
A closed rhinoplasty approach can accomplish narrowing your nasal bones, narrowing the nasal tip, with all incisions placed on the inside of the nose. An alar plasty is required to reduce wide nostrils. Thick skin in the tip of the nose is going to prevent refinement in that area,and this is determined at time of the consultation.

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