What You Need to Know Before Choosing a Facial Procedure
Wanting to feel confident in our appearance is something many of us strive for, especially when it comes to our faces. For many people, this means undergoing a face procedure to enhance their best features.
If you are considering a face procedure, you are not alone. Thousands of people undergo various types of facial surgery every year. Many different procedures are available, and it can be difficult to know which one is right for you. In this blog, Andochick Center for Cosmetic Surgery will discuss the most common face procedures and what options are available to you.
One of the most common facial procedures is rhinoplasty, or nose reshaping. This surgery can involve changing the shape of the nose, narrowing a wide bridge, or adding projection to the tip of the nose. Rhinoplasty is typically done to improve the appearance of a person’s nose, but it can also be used to correct breathing problems caused by a deviated septum.
Another popular facial procedure is otoplasty, or ear reshaping. This procedure modifies ear size and shape by removing unnecessary cartilage, commonly found in the “bowl” of the ear. It can also correct hearing loss due to malformed ear canals. This surgery can be performed on all ages—from first graders to senior citizens.
Facelifts are among the most popular facial procedures performed at Andochick Center for Cosmetic Surgery. They are used to reduce wrinkles and sagging skin on the face. During the surgery, the underlying muscles can be tightened, any excess fat or tissue can be removed, or a fat graph can be used to enhance volume. Generally, facelifts will make a person look younger by giving them a more defined facial structure with the lifting of cheeks, jowls, and neck.
Eyelid surgery, or blepharoplasty, is another procedure used to reduce the effects of aging around the eyes. This procedure involves removing extra skin and fat from your upper or lower eyelids to give you a refreshed and more youthful appearance. It can also be done to correct droopy eyelids caused by muscle weakness.
Cosmetic Surgery in Frederick, MD
Regardless of which facial procedure you decide on, you must consult with a board-certified plastic surgeon before making any decisions. Dr. Andochick of Andochick Center for Cosmetic Surgery in Frederick, MD, offers patients the highest quality of care with complete privacy.
Get in touch with us to learn more about your face procedure options.