Many patients experience bruising around the nose and under the eyes after undergoing rhinoplasty. This is usually accompanied by swelling and some pain, all of which indicate a healthy healing process; still, bruising can be uncomfortable and inconvenient for those who have received this surgery.
Non-surgical cheek augmentation can help to dramatically change the contours of the face, without any surgery. This is good news for men and women who want to avoid surgery but would like to either increase fullness, fill out sagging skin, or simply believe that their face would be improved with higher or more pronounced cheekbones. Instead of making an incision and inserting an implant, the doctor simply injects a dermal filler into the skin, which actually then becomes part of your tissue, plumping the appearance of the face for up to a year.
A facelift can rejuvenate the appearance, making patients look young and vibrant. Although most patients experience excellent results, there are also some very important risks to consider.
Due to the nature of the procedure, complications can occur during the recovery period. During facelift surgery, several factors come into play. Varying outcomes are possible if complications aren’t prevented or treated immediately. When considering a facelift, it is important to consider the risks involved in the surgery, and how a patient can prevent them from happening.
The eyes are often called the “windows to the soul,” but they are also the windows to a person’s age. Wrinkles around the eyes are often the first fine lines to appear on the face, despite preventative measures. Drooping eyelids and eyebrows, bags under the eyes, and crows’ feet will betray a person’s age faster than any other sign of aging. Luckily, there are a number of plastic surgery procedures that enable a patient to eliminate or reduce the appearance of all of these problems, creating a more youthful look.