Getting to Know Your Various Facial Rejuvenation Options

For patients who want to rejuvenate their appearance and fight off some of the more visible signs of aging, the face is a great place to start. After all, our faces are the most prominent and unique feature we have. This is why so many patients first think of facial procedures when considering their options for cosmetic improvement. Whether you are interested in more proportional facial features or treating visible signs of aging like fine lines and wrinkles, I am able to perform a wide variety of surgical and nonsurgical facial rejuvenation procedures for patients of all ages.

Cosmetic facial surgery, such as facelifts, eyelid surgery, and rhinoplasty procedures, are intended for patients who are seeking more significant and longer-lasting results. For instance, rhinoplasty can fundamentally alter a person’s appearance by creating a more symmetrical, better-proportioned facial structure. Conversely, nonsurgical facial rejuvenation may make more sense for patients who prefer more subtle, natural-looking aesthetic tweaks instead of more dramatic alterations. Nonsurgical facial rejuvenation, like Botox® Cosmetic injections and facial fillers, may also appeal to those are too busy to take on the recovery time needed after certain cosmetic procedures, or those who may not be healthy enough for surgery. Nonsurgical rejuvenation procedures are also commonly used as maintenance for patients who have already undergone facial surgery.

I know all these options can be overwhelming for certain patients who are not sure which procedures or treatments make the most sense for them. That’s why I have taken some time in the video below to provide some more information on nonsurgical facial rejuvenation and how it can be of assistance:

Remember that when it comes to surgical vs. nonsurgical procedures, it does not have to be a one or the other choice. In fact it’s common for my patients to use nonsurgical treatments to complement and enhance the results of their cosmetic surgery. Regardless of which facial rejuvenation route you ultimately choose, the first step towards your desired change is to consult with a board-certified plastic surgeon who can help guide you towards the cosmetic procedures that will most successfully help you reach your new aesthetic goals. For more information or to schedule a plastic surgery consultation, please contact Dr. David Whiteman at Southern Plastic Surgery today. You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ for more plastic surgery tips, news, and updates.