Will a plastic surgeon leave my face looking refreshed instead of over done?
One question people want answered before they have facial plastic surgery done is “Will a plastic surgeon leave my face looking refreshed, not over done?” Most of use have seen pictures of celebrities whose face lifts have left them looking a little wrong — or sometimes more than a little. Too stretched. Too stiff. Too smooth in the wrong places. Kind of plastic. And definitely not like any young person you’ve ever seen.
The trouble with plastic surgery is that it’s most noticeable when it’s done badly. Like makeup, when it’s done right it calls attention to your face — the good kind of attention — rather than to itself. This is why, when you choose a facial plastic surgeon, you should look at their galleries of before and after photos. Of course, these photos will only be of their successes, but if there are a lot of them, this surgeon has had a lot of successes. This will help you answer the question “Will a plastic surgeon leave my face looking refreshed instead of over done?”
A good facial plastic surgeon knows what to use where, when and how much. BOTOX, for example, is aimed at a very specific kind of wrinkle — the dynamic wrinkles formed on the eyes and brow from overuse of the facial muscles. It should be used very carefully, and works best when paired with other treatments, such as a brow lift.
The best person to go to for facial plastic surgery in Charlotte NC is Dr. Sean Freeman. He has been certified by two different surgery boards, the American Board of Otolaryngology (head and neck surgery) and the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Since 1988 he has done only facial plastic surgery and nonsurgical cosmetic procedures, including everything from port wine stain treatments to laser tattoo removal, and has often taught other surgeons. If you live near Charlotte NC and you’re wondering “Will a plastic surgeon leave my face looking refreshed instead of over done?” contact his office or request an online consultation for a discount on the consultation fee.