January 30th, 2014 Blog Admin
With a forehead lift, men and women find their forehead and brow area is lifted and rejuvenated. This is a surgical procedure that lifts the skin to a higher position and also addresses the muscle action that leads to certain facial lines. Because it is an invasive surgery, you do need to plan for some downtime following the surgery. When is the right time for a forehead lift? While this is different for every patient, you might consider surgery once you’ve begun noticing the following signs:
Eyelids Droop and Become Noticeable in Your Line of Vision
As the forehead skin becomes lax and slides down the face, it puts pressure on the eyelids. They also begin to droop. For some, this may not be a major concern, but some patients notice that the sagging eyelids obstruct the vision and in some cases cause problems with peripheral vision. Read the rest of this entry »
December 23rd, 2013 Blog Admin
When searching for a facial plastic surgeon, you’ve probably heard a lot of talk about board certification. Some doctors only hold board certification by one of the boards under the American Board of Medical Specialties. Others hold double or even triple board certification from this organization and the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Read the rest of this entry »
May 23rd, 2013 Blog Admin
When will I be able to wear makeup again? This is one of the most common questions patients ask as they prepare for facelift surgery. Patients are aware that there will be some bruising and swelling after surgery, so it is understandable that they would want an option to cover them. Makeup can also build on your new look post-surgery.
Most patients can resume using cosmetics 1-2 weeks after the surgery. Cosmetics are useful after surgery to help cover up some of the residual side effects, including bruising, which may last beyond when you are feeling otherwise back to normal. This can sometimes take a fairly thick cover-up, such as DermaBlend, which can be found at most department stores.
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