The purpose of anesthesia in plastic surgery, as with any other surgery, is to eliminate the pain caused by the surgery, allows the patient to endure the physical and emotional stress and put the surgeon in the best conditions of operability.
First consultation in facial plastic surgery is a keypoint, since the first approach between the surgeon and the patient is essential to understand if the point of view of both goes in the same direction.
In order to identify the ideal technique for hair restoration, numerous methods have come and gone during the past 50 years.
Cosmetic lower eyelid surgery has as purpose the rejuvenation of the lower palpebral area, and also of the mid-face, because lower eyelid and mid-face can be considered as an only-one anatomical unit.
For the last several years, the emerging trend in cosmetic surgery has been moving away from surgery and toward non-invasive procedures.
The so-called “jug ears” or “protruding ears” are the most common deformity of the ears requiring plastic surgery.
The chin is a dominant component of the lower third of the face and contributes greatly to overall facial aesthetic balance. Under projection of the chin for example, will give the appearance of greater nasal projection, whereas proper mental augmentation will decrease the perceived nasal projection.
The process of re-evaluation of the face requires a multidimensional approach in order to correct volume deficits involving the skin, soft tissue and bony skeleton.
This procedure is one of the most required and practiced. Cosmetic eyelid surgery has as purpose the rejuvenation of the eyelid area and it can be performed on upper, lower or both eyelids.