Your face helps define others' first impressions of you, whether they are friends, co-workers or just social acquaintances.
Do you spend a lot of time and energy on your hair and makeup only to feel you don’t look your best? Have you noticed that even after getting a good night’s sleep you wake up looking tired?
Have friends asked if you are sad or worried when you actually feel good?
You may need more than routine skin care to turn back the effect of time on your facial features.
We are a society that values youthfulness and vigor. It is a sign of energy, style and creativity.
But as we age, we naturally lose elasticity in our muscles and skin, causing changes in our face. Too often our faces no longer mirror how we really feel inside.
Although women have been concerned for years about the effects of time and gravity on their faces, men are also considering cosmetic surgery to stay on the competitive edge for career opportunities.
Recent advancements in modern technology, cosmetic treatments and cosmetic surgery have now placed a more contoured and sculpted profile within your grasp. Rhinoplasty (nose surgery), blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery), forehead and brow lifts, mini facelifts and traditional facelifts are just a few of the cosmetic enhancements now available to help you feel better about your appearance.
You are a candidate for facial cosmetic surgery if you are in good general health and understand that facial enhancements cannot change who you are inside. Cosmetic surgery is designed to enhance your appearance while fulfilling your realistic expectations.
If you look in the mirror and wonder what could be done to improve your facial features, please let us help in evaluating your needs and in answering all of your questions.