If you are experiencing torn or partially torn or drooping lobes, you may be the perfect candidate for the procedure.
If you are a candidate and are ready to have the procedure, here are some key points to assist you in your preparation for the blepharoplasty.
If you have a mole or scar on your body, particularly if it on your face, it may be a source of constant embarrassment. However, you can have your mole safely removed so that you can get your confidence back.
There are many cosmetic procedures you can undergo to restore a youthful appearance to your face. However, if you are looking for a safe and non-surgical treatment that can rejuvenate your skin, you may want to consider getting a chemical skin peel.
At the most central point of your face sits your nose; the midline balance point for all of your features. This vital breathing tool goes unnoticed to many, but for some it is an unfortunate defining character of their appearance. While you may have been told it “adds character,” most people would agree that they don’t want the defining piece of their facial character to be their nose, but rather their vibrant smiles and sparkling eyes. Luckily, with growing advancements in cosmetic surgery, Rhinoplasty has become a very viable and accessible option to correct various different nose shapes and profiles.
As the years roll by, sleepless nights and sunny days start to catch up with us all. The highs and lows of a life well-lived display themselves for all to see in the folds of our skin, particularly our faces. The delicate skin around our eyes is usually the first place this aging process is visible and can be a spot that can age the face much quicker than desired. However, given advancements in cosmetic medicine, more options are available today than ever before to help you turn back the clock and slow the aging process around the eyes.
Your left and right nostrils are separated by a thin wall (nasal septum) of cartilage and bone that runs into your nose. In some people this wall can end up off-center causing one nasal passage to be smaller than the other.