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Have you checked out our before and after gallery on rhinoplasty? Here is a before and after image on a patient of ours. Click the link for more amazing photos. #rhinoplasty  

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A tummy tuck is appropriate for men and women who are in good physical health and possess a combination of loose abdominal skin and excess abdominal fat deposits around the abdominal area. #Abdominoplasty #Tummy #Liposuction #Surgery #MommyMakeover

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Eyelid surgery, technically referred to as blepharoplasty, is a procedure to remove excess fat, skin, and muscle from the upper and lower eyelids. #sanfranciscoplasticsurgery #sanfranciscoplasticsurgeon #sanfranciscoskincare 

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Skin tightening is a process of rejuvenation for sagging skin in the face and neck areas due to aging, dramatic weight loss, severe injury or medical condition. #sanfranciscoplasticsurgery #sanfranciscoplasticsurgeon #sanfranciscoskincare 

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One in three facial plastic surgeons surveyed saw an increase in requests for procedures due to patients being more self aware of looks in social media," stated the 2014 study
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Plastic surgery helps you gain a great deal of self confidence by enhancing your body contour considerably.
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A healthy diet rich with fresh vegetables and fruit as well as protein sources are great. Basically, a healthy diet is good for anybody, whether you've had surgery or not.
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Nonsurgical skin tightening


Prior to deciding on surgery, people tend to ask medical experts for alternatives. Tips on how to tighten skin without undergoing surgery include:

1) Dermal fillers like Juvederm, Restylane, or Radiesse can soften the shadowing that occurs around your nasolabial fold and facial creases, thus making the jowls and cheek folds appear less prominent.  Fillers act like inflating a beach ball to address the pockets and bulges. For example, by using a filler to restore volume to the cheeks, you can lessen the appearance of the jowls to some extent.


2) There are a number of skin tightening devices or machines used in medical offices that may tighten skin such as Refirme, TITAN, or Thermage. Titan uses infrared light (IR) to tighten the skin, Thermage uses unipolar radiofrequency energy (RF), and Refirme uses IR and bipolar RF.
3) A doctor may suggest you rejuvenate skin with laser skin resurfacing. The erbium laser with Profractional technology or the CO2 laser with Fraxel are additional options.

When you choose to have cosmetic surgery, you take a significant step toward improving the appearance and health of your skin. For the fastest recovery and best results, it’s essential for you to take special care of your skin in the first few days and weeks after cosmetic surgery.
Your at-home skin care prescription will vary depending on which cosmetic procedure you elect to have. In all instances, make sure you talk with your doctor or aesthetician about cosmetic surgery recovery prior to your procedure.
Types of Cosmetic Procedures
Cosmetic procedures vary in the degree to which they affect your skin, ranging from mild procedures such as microdermabrasion, to surgical procedures, including face-lifts and eye lifts. You will be able to return to your normal skin care routine more quickly after mild, noninvasive cosmetic procedures than after surgical procedures or treatments that cause more injury to your skin.
“The principal distinction between procedures is whether the skin is intact or whether the surgery left open skin,” says Ellen Marmur, MD, chief of the Division of Dermatologic & Cosmetic Surgery at the Mount Sinai Medical Center. “No matter what, you need to stop using cosmeceuticals or topical medicines for three days after any procedure.”

Common cosmetic procedures that leave you with intact skin include:
Microdermabrasion
Nonablative laser resurfacing procedures
Mild chemical peels
Fillers or Botox

Common cosmetic procedures that leave you with open wounds or broken skin include:
Deep chemical peels
Ablative laser resurfacing treatments
Surgical procedures, such as eyelifts, rhinoplasty and facelifts
Cosmetic Surgery Recovery: Four Cardinal Skin Care Rules
Baby your skin. “To optimize your results, you want to heal without any discoloration. If your skin is really red, you really want to baby it after surgery to prevent pigmentation,”


Hydrate, hydrate, hydrate. Whether you’ve had a minor procedure or an all-out surgery, drinking six to eight glasses of water a day will help rejuvenate your skin from the inside out and flush any toxins from your system.
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