Repairing earlobes is not often the first thing people think about when they consider cosmetic plastic surgery. Dr. Mark Mitchell Jones and the expert team at Atlanta Plastic Surgery Specialists have longstanding expertise in earlobe repair surgery. If you are considering earlobe repair, Dr. Jones will meet with you to assess the condition of your lobes and customize a repair or restoration plan. He will answer your questions and address any apprehensions you may have about the procedure.
As you age, the skin on the entire body loses volume and elasticity – and unfortunately, the face is typically the first area of the body that is affected. Whether you realize it or not, your facial features are used all the time for smiling, speaking, thinking, showing any kind of emotion, stress, eating, yawning, and more. The constant use of the facial muscles pulls, stretches, and folds the skin. Over time, this constant use will show signs on the face. Marionette lines are the “parentheses lines” around the mouth. Ironically, these lines are mostly formed by smiling, yet as they begin to set deeper into the skin, they give off the impression of frowning.
Your face is a very personal asset. It is probably your most recognizable feature, and what comes to mind when people think about you. When any type of injury, trauma, or damage occurs to the face, it can be very traumatizing and emotional. Most people assume that their only option for treatment for a facial laceration is to go immediately to the emergency room. They visit the ER and are treated by a doctor who sees the patient with an emergency and does his/her part to treat the situation. For the most part, emergency room doctors are not overly concerned with scaring. It is not that they wish for their patient to have a scar, but avoiding scaring is not their expertise. They simply see an emergency and treat it with the best medical services available to them.
Millions of men have turned to facial plastic surgery to enhance the appearance of their face. In the last decade alone, the percentage of male plastic surgery patients has grown dramatically. The cosmetic goals of most male patients fall under the following criteria: create a more “masculine” appearance, create balance between the nose and the face, balance the facial profile, and create a more rejuvenated appearance. Men often face the risk of greater complications due to facial hair, a thinning hair line, and thicker skin. Because of the necessity to fully understand the dynamics of the male face, it is vital that male patients seek out a trusted, highly certified, and experienced cosmetic surgeon.
Women appreciate the results of breasts implants, but they typically do not favor the scars that come with them. Dr. Mark Mitchell Jones of Atlanta Plastic Surgery Specialists developed the innovative and advanced Invisible Scar Technique (IST) for breast augmentation to allow for women who desire to gain larger breasts without unwanted scarring. The ability to achieve this is in the way that he performs breast augmentation surgery. With the IST, the scar heals inconspicuously and is even difficult for Dr. Jones to detect 6-12 months post surgery!
A person’s face is the most exposed place on the entire body, revealing more about a person than most people realize. Many people find that their face does not give an accurate depiction of who they are. For instance, many people look irritable, tired, grumpy, or even “older” simply based on the appearance of their eyes and forehead. Everyone ages differently due to genetics and their own personal tendencies, yet no one wants to look older than they are or emit an unhappy countenance.
Youthfulness is generally associated with happiness and peace. Childhood is often romanticized as a time of wonder, carefree days, and innocence. Yet, all children grow up and responsibilities of life come along with it. Stress, demands, environmental factors, and life affect people’s appearance over time. While this may be a natural occurrence, it does not mean that everyone simply accepts it without a fight.
The name Mark Mitchell Jones is almost synonymous with expertise in plastic surgery. Dr. Mark Mitchell Jones of Atlanta Plastic Surgery Specialists has over 20 years of first class education and training. His qualifications and experience in cosmetic and reconstructive plastic surgery are unparalleled. With double board certification by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and the American Board of Otolaryngology (ENT), Dr. Jones is one of the few surgeons properly qualified to create a nose that is beautiful and harmonious with the entire face.
One of the most common mistakes that potential patients make is not doing enough research before they agree to allow a surgeon to alter their facial appearance. Your face is an extremely personal part of who you are – it is the image that comes to mind when people think about you. Allowing “just anyone” to work on any facial feature should never be an option. Unfortunately, many people find themselves regretting their choice of surgeon after they have undergone surgery.
Acne is a common skin problem for millions of Americans each year. Adolescents, teens, and adults all suffer from acne breakouts, some of which are severe cases that leave behind visible scars on the facial skin. Acne scars often make people feel very self-conscious about their appearance, and for those with severe scarring it can hamper their personal and professional lives. Scars are a natural occurrence to the amazing healing property of the human skin, and while some scars have a great story behind them, acne scars represent blemishes that people wish they could forget.
Ears come in all shapes and sizes, and just as with noses, breasts, and other parts of the body, many people are unhappy with how their ears look. Cosmetic ear reconstruction surgery requires special qualifications that take into consideration the aesthetic features and the natural functionality of the ears. Dr. Mark Mitchell Jones of Atlanta Plastic Surgery Specialists is a nationally renowned authority when it comes to ear reconstruction surgery. His first-class education and training has earned him the highest ranking across the country, and Dr. Jones is double board certified by The American Board of Plastic Surgery and the American Board of Otolaryngology (ear, nose, and throat: ENT).
With summer in full swing here in Georgia, the heat and sunshine leave the body more exposed. Some people feel great in sundresses, shorts, and bathing suits while others find it embarrassing to expose certain parts of their bodies. Many people work hard to get in better shape before summer arrives, yet they find that certain areas are more stubborn to trim down and replace fat with muscle. Genetics play a huge role in how each body stores fat, leaving many people feeling depressed and frustrated that all their hard work is not paying off. Liposuction is a procedure that is specifically used to remove pockets of fat to improve the shape of your body.