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Face Surgery

From Blepharoplasty To Nose Job: The Different Kinds Of Face Surgery

There are surgical options to target and fix almost any body part, and the face is no exception. These procedures are some of the most universally popular among both genders and a wide variety of age groups. Your face is the first thing people notice, it’s how you’re recognised, it’s an integral part of your identity. When someone notices that their face is showing heavy signs of aging like wrinkles and loss of elasticity, it can be an emotional experience. Similarly, when people feel like they have an overly large nose or ears that stick out too far, it can be a lot more difficult than similar issues with other body parts because of how prominent and instantly visible it is.

The good news is that there’s a way to fix everything. Every single part of the face has its own corresponding surgical procedures that can restore skin integrity, shore up muscular structures and reshape anything to your satisfaction. The possibilities are extraordinary, so if you’ve ever been unhappy with something, or are finding it increasingly harder to recognise yourself when you look in the mirror, remember that there are solutions.

Face lift: Years of ongoing sun damage, natural loss of skin elasticity and just the force of gravity have a big impact on the face. Consequently, almost everyone will reach a tipping point where wrinkles start appearing quickly, and spreading even more rapidly. When you reach this point, a facelift is the only truly effective way to turn back the clock. Basically, a facelift will tighten your skin and produce a more awake, youthful and healthy appearance. There’s no way to fully determine how a facelift can change things without an initial consultation session, but for a general idea, try tightening your skin with your fingers in front of a mirror until it looks smooth. A facelift will usually achieve a slightly reduced equivalent of this that accurately follows the natural contours of your head.

Brow lift: In the olden days, a brow lift meant leaving a scar across the upper forehead hairline. These days, most good surgeons are able to perform endoscopic brow lift microsurgery that incorporates telescopic camera visualisation and high tech key-hole procedures. This means gaining access through extremely small needle-like incisions that fully heal without any scars. There is absolutely no medical or aesthetic reason not to use endoscopic brow lifting over other methods, and as such we strongly recommend that you avoid any surgeons who are unable to offer this procedure.

If you’re suffering from heavy, sagging eyebrows or a permanent tired look, then a brow lift is the answer. Endoscopic browlifting can be combined with blepharoplasty or a facelift for more complete results.

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