It has been almost 2 1/2 years since I took the plunge and finally had the shape of my nose changed. Every day I look in the mirror and just cannot believe it- It seems to look even better as the time goes on! Friends still tell me "It's so amazing what they did for you!" I've been meaning to write a testimonial now for about a year. Since my surgery in March 2010, I have never been more happy with the way my face has looked...
Can a Browlift Improve Eyebrow Arch?
We all have certain ideals for how we would like to look. Most people want similar things: fewer wrinkles, better facial contour, more vibrant skin. While the common perception is that plastic surgery is only good for aging-related problems like wrinkles and sagging skin, the truth is that it is possible to accomplish a variety of goals with plastic surgery. Facial plastic surgery is very good at “turning back the clock,” but it is also possible to improve facial contours with various procedures. People who naturally lack features like high cheekbones can often improve their facial aesthetics with plastic surgery.
One of these issues is lack of a brow arch, which can affect expression and facial contour. Can this be improved with browlift surgery?
Uses for Tissue Expansion
Traumatic injury often leaves scars and deformities that are often extremely embarrassing for those who suffer from them. Confidence and self-esteem can take a hit when victims of trauma experience different treatment because of the way they look. Fortunately, reconstructive surgery has been a practice used since ancient times to improve the aesthetics of the face after trauma. While it is not possible to return the face to exactly the way it looked before the trauma, amazing improvement can be made using a variety of techniques. One of these revolutionary methods for reconstructive surgery is known as tissue expansion. What is tissue expansion, and what can it be used for?