Continuing in my Mommy and Daddy Makeover Series of articles is this article with tips from Dr. Andrew Jacono, an expert plastic surgeon who delivers results and keeps his patients as his number one priority.
Facial surgeries are common in the United States, but to ensure the results match the results you want, you need to first consult with a reputable and well-known surgeon who can answer any and all of your questions.
To avoid mistakes and to have the surgery performed perfectly the first time make sure you consult with your surgeon, check their credentials, see previous before and after photos, and ask questions about the procedure.
Benefits of a Face Lift Surgeries
Having any kind of facial surgery can be a challenging thing to undergo, but the results and benefits of the surgery can leave a lasting impression for the rest of your life. Facial surgery can help men and women alike gain more confidence and have higher self-esteem. They can help people look twenty years younger or more and can help you achieve your ideal self. Everyone has an issue with some part of their face and would like to have it changed.
Having a facelift performed can help eliminate sagging skin, can address under eye bags, can make skin more firm, reduce wrinkles, and improve your overall look. Dr. Andrew Jacono will consult with each client before performing surgery and ask them about the areas of improvement they would like to see. Rather than suggesting a full facelift for each patient, Dr. Jacono only recommends the necessary surgeries to help his patients reach their ideal self. If a patient would like to have the bags under their eyes corrected and removed, Dr. Jacono can make this happen. Each person who likes to improve different parts of their face does not need full facial surgery but rather can have one part of their face worked on.
Many plastic surgeons use various methods and procedures to perform face surgeries, however, Dr. Jacono is one of the few surgeons in the world that can perform Deep Plane Face Lifts. During this procedure, he repositions the sagging skin and soft tissue that result from aging and gravity. This procedure helps patients look natural. It is difficult to tell that patients had ever undergone surgery since only the deep tissue is worked on.
A Minimal Access Deep Plane Extended Face Lift was created by Dr. Andrew Jacono and uses the best techniques from various types of procedures. It is designed to give patients the best results while looking natural. It has minimal scarring because it involves a very small incision. This procedure moves both the tissues and muscles inside your skin to produce lasting results. Unlike other surgeons who pull the skin tight during facial surgery, Dr. Jacono does not do this. The result is more natural, younger looking, rejuvenated skin.
The area that the patient feels like needs to be improved, such as under eye bags, sagging neck, or wrinkles, determines which procedure the surgeon will use. Before undergoing any type of surgery the doctor will be sure to explain the procedure to you in depth. Any questions that you have will be easily answered and before and after pictures of previous patients can be shown.
Undereye bags are one of the most common facial procedures since they are a common sign of aging. Lifting under eye bags helps make the skin look younger and more rejuvenated. If you are not looking for a full facial surgery and would only like to have one feature fixed, like under eye bags, this can easily be achieved. Raising the tissue in under your eyes can make you look naturally younger.
Recovery from facial surgery can be challenging and the depth of the surgery can affect how long it will take one to recover. Most patient’s recovery within one week, but daily activities can normally be resumed the next day. Typical recovery includes pain and discomfort in the face. Occasional bruising can occur but will go away within a week or so. Swelling usually peaks around three days after the surgery so it is important to wait a full week before taking you’re before and after photo. In order to cope with the pain and discomfort, your doctor will usually prescribe pain medications for you to take for the first week. The longer you wait after recovery the more your incisions start to fade. To help reduce any scarring you can use lotions and creams over time.
Consultation with Dr. Andrew Jacono
Dr. Andrew Jacono is a well-recognized and famous plastic surgeon, who has patients from across the globe. To accommodate his diverse patients he performs consultations online for the continence of his clients who are out of the city or the country. He is based in New York City and is part of the New York Center for Facial Plastic & Laser Surgery. He has many years of experience and is an expert in many types of facial surgeries. Before undergoing surgery, Dr. Andrew Jacono will answer any questions that you have, show you before and after photos of previous patients, and describe in detail what will happen during the procedure and after.
He is a professional surgeon who helps teach and lecture future students and patients about the field of plastic surgery and the most current clinical research trials. He is up to date on the most recent techniques that deliver the best results to patients. Dr. Andrew Jacono is Dual Board Certified in Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and Head and Neck Surgery. He heads the Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at North Shore University Hospital and is the director of The New York Center for Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. In order to help his patient’s recovery from their surgeries, he created the J PAK Systems that feature homeopathic remedies to help speed up the rate of recovery.
If you are looking to schedule a consultation with a facelift surgeon in New York City, you can reach Dr. Andrew Jacono’s office at 212-570-2500.
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