Losing one’s hair can be a difficult process for anyone, regardless of age, sex, or race. It is a change to your body that is outside of your control. It can be a difficult and emotional process for many men and women to experience. While it is not life-threatening, the loss of hair is often an unwanted side effect of something else, such as age, disease, medication, hormonal shifts, environmental factors, and more. If you’ve been considering a hair transplant to combat your own hair loss, one of these common reasons to seek out the procedure might help you to make your own decision.
Scar tissue can be a wonderful thing. It is the body’s natural way of healing and repairing an area that has been damaged in some way. Scar tissue can reconnect severed skin, repair cellular damage, and more. Unfortunately, the body can easily produce too much scar tissue, making it appear very visible after your healing has finished. Because scar tissue can form for a variety of reasons, there are many different types of scars that a person might develop in a lifetime. Learn about the six different types of scars, how and why they form, and what can be done to reverse their effects.
Ziegfield Follies star Fanny Brice is just as well known for her revolutionary rhinoplasty surgery as she is for her musical talent. Sometimes known as the first patient of modern rhinoplasty, Brice’s decision made big waves in her era. In 1923, the idea of changing your aesthetics through surgery was completely alien. Because of Brice, many men and women began to consider the changes they might make for themselves. Looking back nearly 100 years, there is much we can learn from Miss Brice’s unique cosmetic decision.
Rhinoplasty surgery can be designed to change the shape, size and structure of the nose in many ways. Some prospective rhinoplasty patients, however, may have already made some changes to their noses by way of nasal piercings. If you have had any type of nasal piercing in the past, it could affect your rhinoplasty procedure.
Hair loss can be an unpleasant experience for anybody. For many, it comes too soon and happens too fast. Hair loss can be caused by illness, stress, age, and your genetics, so it is often an inevitable side effect. It can change your aesthetic appearance and increase your perceived age. Restoring lost hair through surgical transplantation can offer many benefits to patients experiencing this unfortunate change.
When your brow is sagging, it can change your appearance significantly. This natural part of the aging process can affect different people in varying degrees, but usually with the same result: a tired, sad or angry appearance that seems much older. If you’ve been told you look tired or you feel like you’re frowning all the time, it could be because of a lowered brow and wrinkles along the forehead.
For many men and women, the thin, fine lines that form at the corners of the eyes are the very first signs of aging to appear. Called crow’s feet, these lines are subtle at first but will deepen with time as the skin loses elasticity and grows thin. While they may not seem to be a large factor in the appearance of the aging face, erasing crow’s feet can indeed create a dramatically more youthful look. If you’re looking for a way to get rid of those crow’s feet, your facial plastic surgeon can offer a few different options for nonsurgical, aesthetic anti-aging methods.
Your facelift surgery can bring many small changes to your appearance, all of which will add up to a dramatic reversal of the signs of aging on your face. The procedure can be tailored to your unique needs to include tightening, firming, and removal of excess fat and skin. To improve your overall look, your facial plastic surgeon might need to include an additional procedure to further reduce fatty deposits that have collected around the lower face. Although it is often thought to be a body procedure, liposuction can be very helpful in redefining the lower face when performed with a facelift surgery.
Not every patient can achieve his or her desired surgical results with just one procedure.
In fact, combination procedures are on the rise as many patients across the United States pair together strategic surgeries to get the look they want.
Society often looks to its celebrities to define beauty. When it comes to making changes to our own looks, many men and women aim for celebrity-like appearances. Facial plastic surgery is a popular way for celebrities, and non-celebrities, to achieve an ideal look, and many famous faces have been greatly improved by surgeries like rhinoplasty. If you’re considering a rhinoplasty for yourself, it might be smart to consider past celebrity nasal surgeries, especially the most successful ones. Always in the spotlight, there are many celebrities who have made rhinoplasty really work for them. Read on for a few lessons we can learn from them.