A: Total facial rejuvenation is a combination of different procedures that can take 10 to 20 years off your appearance.
Starting from the top, descending brows are typically addressed with a minimally invasive endoscopic browlift that involves five small incisions hidden in the hairline.
Rejuvenation of the eyelids usually entails an upper and lower eyelid lift. If aging is minimal, you may consider laser or chemical peel of the lids. For ‘tear troughs’ in the lower lids, I inject a filler that can dramatically improve the under-eye area.
A cheek implant or fillers such as fat or an FDA-approved filler such as Voluma can restore volume in flattened cheeks and diminish deep laugh lines.
What people notice most about their facial aging are prominent jowls and sagging in the neck. There are a number of different facelift procedures. For example, a traditional facelift rejuvenates the lower two-thirds of the face, focusing mainly on the jawline and neck. A mini-lift addresses early signs of aging.
These procedures are customized to your anatomy and skin type to give you a natural, more youthful and refreshed facial appearance.
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Do you look in the mirror and wonder where your fresh youthful appearance went? Do you pull up the sides fo your face to see what a lift to your jowls, cheeks or brows could look like? If so – what are you waiting for?
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It starts with a consultation. We’ll discuss your desired appearance, and put a plan together to give you the fresh look you want with the least possible recovery time. Early on, many non-invasive procedures can provide great results. Over 50, laser treatments, mini-lifts and full facelifts provide the long-lasting results that will keep you well ahead of the aging process for years to come.
Here is my advice about the right time for a procedure: when something about your appearance catches your attention repeatedly, that’s the signal to take steps to change it. There are benefits to taking action early – faster healing and better muscle tone aid in the recovery time. You should never wait one minute longer than you want to, or act one minuter earlier than you are comfortable.
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Q: What facial plastic surgery procedure will take the greatest number of years off my appearance and has a quick recovery?
A: An upper and lower eyelid lift can make a woman look up to 20 years younger, says facial plastic surgeon Dr. Myra Danish.
“When people are talking to you, they are looking at your eyes. If you have droopy, hooded upper lids and bags and sagging skin in the lower lids, it gives the impression that you are tired or older than you are,” Dr. Danish points out.
“Eyelid surgery takes about an hour. I remove the excess skin and under eye puffiness that has accumulated over time. Recovery is typically one week with some bruising and swelling, but with little discomfort. Patients go back to work in a week.”
For some women, sagging upper eyelid skin can obstruct their peripheral vision. Eyelid surgery not only makes you look significantly younger, it can improve your visual fields, and your eyes will feel less tired. In Dr. Danish’s hands, your eyelid shape remains the same and your eyes look very natural, rejuvenated and youthful.
“People will say, ‘You look amazing.’ But they won’t be able to tell that you’ve had surgery,” Dr. Danish adds. “The beauty of eyelid lift surgery is, generally, you need the procedure only once during your lifetime. Most of my patients say, ‘I wish I had done this sooner.”