Archive for the ‘Facial Surgery’ Category
Scars come in a variety of shapes and sizes, and there are different stories behind each scar. While some people choose to keep their scars as “battle wounds” or proof of adventure, many people have painful memories that accompany their scars or are extremely self conscious of them. Scars are a personal matter, and the decision to have scar revision surgery done is a very personal choice. Plastic surgery can improve, and even erase, the appearance of a scar. At Atlanta Plastic Surgery Specialists, Dr. Mark Mitchell Jones is a highly trained and experienced, double board certified surgeon that is uniquely qualified to perform scar revision surgical and nonsurgical procedures. continue reading
When you look in the mirror, do you see two chins staring back at you? Are the sags and folds in your neck giving away your real age? In this age of video chats, Facebook and online dating, your facial appearance is more important than ever. In many cases, a headshot is the first impression people have of you. continue reading
Both Septoplasty and Rhinoplasty procedures are often referred to as “nose jobs.” However, there is a difference between the two plastic surgery procedures.
Rhinoplasty is sometimes called “nose reshaping” and is a type of cosmetic surgery that can be used to change the size and/or appearance of the nose. Rhinoplasty can be used to change the size of the nose in relation to the rest of the face. It can also be used to change nose width at the bridge or the size and position of the nostrils. continue reading
Facelifts are a popular facial cosmetic surgery procedure that can be used to help both women and men achieve a more vibrant and youthful appearance. Recent innovations and advances in facelift surgery techniques make this procedure more efficient and effective than ever before. However, deciding to have facelift surgery or any type of cosmetic surgery and selecting a surgeon to perform procedure is a big decision and one that should not be taken lightly. For this reason, the American Society of Plastic Surgeons recommends that you ask the following questions before making your decision: continue reading
A deviated septum is a condition in which the bone and cartilage that divide the nasal cavity of the nose in half (nasal septum) is significantly off center or not straight, making breathing difficult. In some cases, the problem is not significant enough to cause any symptoms. In other cases, symptoms such as difficulty breathing through the nose, ongoing nasal congestion, recurrent sinus infections, nosebleeds or sleep problems (snoring and/or sleep apnea) make treatment necessary.
A deviated septum can be caused by injury or trauma to the nose. This commonly occurs with sports-related activities. continue reading
Are you considering a facelift to enhance your appearance? Maybe you desire a more youthful appearance and are looking for a way to get rid of wrinkles and sagging skin, but are hesitant to get a facelift due to the time involved with the recovery. If so, a mini facelift may be a good solution for you. So, how does a mini facelift differ from traditional facelift surgery? Read on to find out.
Blepharoplasty is the medical term for eyelid lift surgery: a surgical procedure that can be used to improve your vision and/or enhance the appearance of your face. When excessive skin or fat develops over or under the eye, it can restrict your vision and give you a tired or aging appearance. Blepharoplasty is a simple and effective surgical procedure that can correct hooding of the upper eyelids and puffiness of the lower eyelids and take years off of your appearance.