Archive for the ‘Facial Surgery’ Category
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. continue reading
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. continue reading
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.
As people approach the age of 40, they often begin to notice significant changes in their appearance. While 40 is not considered to be “old age,” gravity has started catching up with people and taking its toll. Many people find that they look older than they feel. Their face has begun to sag, they look tired, and the youthfulness of their appearance has diminished. Dr. Mark Mitchell Jones of Atlanta Plastic Surgery Specialists is pleased to offer his own, unique approach to facelift called the Natural Uplift Facelift. Few surgeons have such an extensive background of training and education as Dr. Mark Mitchell Jones. Dr. Jones has studied under experts at Emory, Oxford, Johns Hopkins, and Stanford to become a plastic surgeon with far-reaching skills and a gentle spirit. He is the creator of the Natural Uplift Facelift, and he is pleased to offer this advanced facelift procedure to patients throughout the world. continue reading
Some scars are often seen as battle wounds with a good story behind it, while others are painful reminders of an accident or incident that left behind too obvious outcomes. Often, the most unwanted or painful scars are found on the face. People often categorize facial scars as deformities, which cause them to feel embarrassed or self-conscious about their appearance. Dr. Mark Mitchell Jones of Atlanta Plastic Surgery Specialists offers exceptional facial scar revision using skin grafts or flaps of skin from other parts of the body and Z-plasty. continue reading
Scars on the skin are a natural reaction when trauma or injury has occurred to the body. Falling down and scraping the knees or elbows, surgical procedures, and puncture wounds are common. Many people proudly boast about how certain scars were obtained as though they are “battle wounds” with a good story. However, some scars are more emotionally difficult to deal with, especially if they are visible or disfiguring on or near the face. Facial scars are often difficult to conceal, and they can cause those affected to feel embarrassed or self-conscious about their appearance. Many people suffer from scars on the face as a result of severe acne in their younger years; however, other facial scarring occurs as a result of an accident, tragedy, or deformity. Dr. Mark Mitchell Jones of Atlanta Plastic Surgery Specialists is an expert in facial scar revision as a customized approach for treating those with unwanted or disfiguring scarring on the face. continue reading
When it comes to having any type of cosmetic procedure done to your body, you want an expert. However, when it comes to having a cosmetic procedure done to your face, you want more than just an expert in surgery – you also want an expert in facial artistry. These days, there are many “qualified” cosmetic surgeons who can pull, tuck, or stretch the facial skin in order to help patients achieve a new look. continue reading
Aging is a part of life, whether we like it or not. Most people begin to notice signs of aging in their mid to late 30s. It is during this time period in each person’s life that the skin starts losing its elasticity. People tend to notice that the skin around their lower cheeks and chin sags ever so slightly, and over time they notice that lines begin to develop. continue reading
Most people have some characteristic on their face that they would change if they could. Perhaps one eye droops more than the other, perhaps your nose has a “hook” that you would love to remove, or perhaps your profile is less than you would consider ideal. Chin implants are a plastic surgery treatment that is done to reshape or enhance the size of the chin. continue reading
Plastic surgery is chosen for very personal reasons. Many people have spent years feeling self-conscious about a certain area of their appearance, and making the decision to undergo elective surgery is not a small decision. There are very few areas that are more personal than the face. continue reading