Plastic Surgery Procedures

Answering Your Cleft Lip Questions

Cleft lip and palate is the most common birth defect of the head and face. Cleft lip occurs when there is a separation or a gap within the upper lip. There can also be a separation of the roof of the mouth, which is referred to as cleft palate. This congenial anomaly can be distressing to parents and also present immediate feeding concerns for the baby. Here are some answers to common questions surrounding cleft lip. … Continue reading

How Smoking Can Sabotage Your Plastic Surgery

Most plastic surgery procedures, whether it be a tummy tuck, breast reduction or facelift, involve a change in skin and tissues. When skin and tissues get placed differently or removed, there is an inevitable change in blood supply. Adequate circulation and oxygen in your blood supply is vital to ensure your skin and tissues get what they need to heal properly. … Continue reading

Don’t Let Droopy Eyelids Bring You Down

The eyes are one of the first areas of your face that show signs of aging. Unfortunately, this can also be the most noticeable. Over time the upper eyelid often start to droop or sag. This may even be an inherited characteristic. Not only can this affect your vision, but it also gives you an old, tired and sad appearance even if you feel energetic and happy. The good news is that there is a procedure called blespharoplasty that can lift your upper eyelids instantly and make your look refreshed and younger. Even better, this procedure can typically be performed without general anesthesia, which quickens and eases recovery time. … Continue reading

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