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Cosmetic Surgery & Aesthetic Surgery

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A facelift (technically known as rhytidectomy) can't stop the aging process. What it can do is improve the most visible signs of aging by removing excess fat, tightening underlying muscles, and redraping the skin of your face and neck. Over time, during normal aging or even with weight loss, the face will change resulting in excess skin laxity, joweling, wrinkling and even elongation of the facial skeleton itself compelling patients to seek correction. A face lift helps to restore the more youthful look to your face and neck - smoothing the contours and wrinkles that aging causes. A facelift can be done alone, or in conjunction with other procedures such as a forehead lift, eyelid surgery, or nose reshaping. Facelift surgery usually takes several hours-or somewhat longer if you're having more than one procedure done. Incisions usually begin above the hairline at the temples, extend in a natural line in front of the ear (or just inside the cartilage at the front of the ear), and continue behind the earlobe to the lower scalp. In general, the surgeon separates the skin from the fat and muscle below. Fat may be trimmed or suctioned from around the neck and chin to improve the contour. The surgeon then tightens the underlying muscle and membrane, pulls the skin back, and removes the excess. Stitches secure the layers of tissue and close the incisions.

How long does a facelift last?

The traditional answer is about 10 years, however, this depends upon various factors such as technique, facial type, quality of skin, sun exposure and, yes, smoking. Despite the fact that the process of ageing cannot be stopped, one can expect that they will tend to always look better after a face lift - at any age - than if they never had the procedure at all. Continue reading about facelift surgery. Find a local plastic surgeon or cosmetic surgeon or facial plastic surgeon in Los Angeles California, facelift surgeon in Beverly Hills California, plastic surgeon in Dallas Texas, facial surgery expert in San Diego California, doctor in New York City New York, ENT Doctor in San Antonio Texas, facial plastic surgery expert Seattle Washington, facelift surgeon in San Francisco California, doctor in Phoenix Arizonaor specialist in Houston, Texas for a facelift or facial surgery procedure.

Nose Surgery - Rhinoplasty - Nasal Reshaping

Some of us are unhappy with our nose, either because of its size or shape or because of breathing problems. Rhinoplasty ( nose surgery ) reshapes the skin as well as the bone and cartilage inside to alter the size and shape of the nose. Work on the cartilage that separates the two nasal air passages can help with breathing problems. This so-called 'septoplasty' is often done as part of rhinoplasty or as the sole procedure. Sometimes this same cartilage is also used as a graft to help in the nose reshaping. Rhinoplasty, or nose surgery, is one of the most common of all plastic surgery procedures. Rhinoplasty can reduce or increase the size of your nose, change the shape of the tip or the bridge, narrow the span of the nostrils, or change the angle between your nose and your upper lip. Rhinoplasty usually takes an hour or two, though complicated procedures may take longer. During surgery the skin of the nose is separated from its supporting framework of bone and cartilage, which is then sculpted to the desired shape. Finally, the skin is redraped over the new framework. Many plastic surgeons perform rhinoplasty from within the nose, making their incision inside the nostrils. Others prefer an "open" procedure, especially in more complicated cases; they make a small incision across the columella, the vertical strip of tissue separating the nostrils. When the surgery is complete, a splint will be applied to help your nose maintain its new shape. Nasal packs or soft plastic splints also may be placed in your nostrils to stabilize the septum, the dividing wall between the air passages.