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Dr. William J. Binder, MD, F.A.C.S. - Board Certified Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeon
Dr. William J. Binder, MD, F.A.C.S. - Board Certified Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeon

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Have you had a nose job recently? Or are you considering one? Here are five tips to ensure that your recovery from your rhinoplasty is quick and successful.
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 Good plastic surgery improves or enhances body parts in an artistic and natural fashion. A sensible breast augmentation or facelift can provide an impressive and satisfying result. Facial fillers and Botox offer an excellent option for facial wrinkles. However, people with enormous breast implants or facial skin pulled way too tight or pumped with too much fillers and Botox look ridiculous and become the brunt of bad jokes.

Approach your cosmetic surgery with realistic and hopefully attainable expectations. The surgery will not transform your life in a monumental way, but rather improve a body part that bothers you.
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Facial Surgery has noticed a spike in the amount of procedures being performed in the past couple of years, and there’s an interesting reason at the root of it. More than a third of surgeons surveyed said their patients are citing wanting to improve their social media image as one of their main reasons for wanting to have work done.
While facial plastic surgery use to be viewed as something for the middle aged generation who were trying to extend their youth, this selfie trend has revealed a big bump in business from the under 30 set. Advancements in facial plastic surgery have made making minor tweaks to fix imperfections easier and more affordable than ever, which is good news for everyone. Skin resurfacing procedures can clear acne and even out skin tone, too, which improves a selfie at any age!
So, what are all the people who are flocking to the plastic surgeon’s office opting for? 81% of plastic surgery patients are women, and they seem to prefer face lifts, rhinoplasties, blepharoplasties, and skin resurfacing. Men are looking for Botox and facial injections to smooth away fine lines and wrinkles.
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More than ever before, patients are coming in to plastic surgeons' offices with questions about how to decrease drooping and remove tired-looking bags from under their eyes. Men and women alike are learning that eyelid surgery, also known as a blepharoplasty. Here are three types of procedures available from plastic surgeons that can restore the youthful and energetic eyes patients are looking for.

1. Lower Blepharoplasty: One of the most common complaints that BHP doctors hear from their patients is that no matter how much sleep they've gotten the night before and whatever cosmetic treatments they apply, they simply cannot get rid of droopy, unattractive bags under their eyes. Often, this drooping is caused by excess skin rather than sleep deprivation, and can be permanent without the help of corrective cosmetic surgery. A lower blepharoplasty procedure removes some of the excess fat and skin of the lower eyelid, and results in energetic looking eyes.

2. Upper Blepharoplasty: Although most people notice drooping below their eyes before they see any noticeable sagging on the upper eyelids, it can be a fairly common occurrence. Fortunately, just like with the lower lids, excess fat can cause the eyelid directly below the brow to droop down, sometimes even to the point of obstructing the eye when fully open. While many assume that eyelid surgeries are performed for strictly cosmetic reasons, many patients complain that this upper drooping also negatively affects their peripheral vision. In addition, an upper blepharoplasty can make your eyes look bigger, more youthful, and make it so excess skin doesn't steal the spotlight from beautiful eyelashes.

3. Double Eyelid Surgery: The double eyelid surgery, a popular procedure in the U.S. and one of the most common of all plastic surgeries in Asian nations such as South Korea, involves working on both the upper and lower lids to frame the eyes so they look bigger. This often involves adding a crease in the upper eyelid that helps accentuate eyelashes as well as the size of the eye.
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