If you’ve been following facial plastic surgery for women in the Charlotte news, you may have read that a recent survey done by the pharmaceutical company Allergan found that 42 percent of women worldwide sought out plastic surgery and other aesthetic treatments in order to boost their self-confidence — the same percentage as sought it out in order to make sagging skin look younger. Allergan also found that three-quarters of all women who sought aesthetic treatments did so to please themselves rather than partners or friends, and that looking more beautiful was a more common motivation than looking younger. Properly done, facial plastic surgery for women in the Charlotte news can even make a woman’s features more classically feminine.
The most common types of facial plastic surgery are (in this order) rhinoplasty, eyelid surgery and face lifts. Hundreds of thousands of people in the United States have these done every year. Only a professional facial plastic surgeon can tell you for certain if one of them is right for you.
There are other procedures, not all of which, strictly speaking, involve surgery. Laser treatments can be used to remove tattoos that are no longer wanted. The ink particles absorb the laser and break up into tinier bits which are flushed out into the bloodstream. A pulsed dye laser treatment can help clear up port wine stains as well. (Don’t get a tan before having this done, and wear sunscreen afterward.)
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Of course, if you’ve been following the news you know that the one thing you’ll want to make sure of is that the surgeon who does the work is fully qualified and as experienced as possible, with an excellent track record. Dr. Sean Freeman, MD is the most experienced facial plastic surgeon in Charlotte. 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. He has practiced only facial plastic surgery since 1988, including improvements to plastic surgery done by other doctors. Make an appointment for facial plastic surgery for women in the Charlotte news today.