Many people considering rhinoplasty or reconstructive surgery are afraid their results will look unnatural or unflattering. Others are concerned about their recovery time, pain and fears centering around the reconstructive surgery procedure itself. While concerns and questions regarding a rhinoplasty, facelift or other reconstructive surgery are valid and important to address and answer, there are a few things you can do to ease your mind about reconstructive surgery. Once you are informed, your fears centering around getting a facelift, rhinoplasty or nose job, eyelid surgery or other procedure may be quelled enough for you to book a consultation.

If you are afraid a facelift procedure will look artificial or "pulled," make sure you see photos of the surgeon's work. A full facelift portfolio showcasing experience and expertise should help you find a surgeon who's aesthetic matches your own. Facelift work can help take years off your appearance, reduce sagging skin, and reveal a tighter, more taut facial profile.

Patients who are afraid of getting a facelift or overdoing it with cosmetic procedures often find an eyelid surgery is enough to totally revamp their look with minimal invasion. Many facelift patients elect to add an eyelid surgery to their facelift procedure to create a younger, more open eyed appearance. Dr. Patt is a facial plastic surgeon and is expertly qualified to help determine how to make your facial plastic surgery decision.

People who want a nose job or rhinoplasty are often afraid their new nose job will look fake. A good nose job can make breathing easier and rhinoplasty done well can enhance a person's appearance tremendously. To quell fears about rhinoplasty, perform an internet search for celebrity before and after to see what a difference rhinoplasty can make.

Once you face your fears about eyelid surgery, rhinoplasty or other procedures, you may decide the time is right to treat yourself to a new look. Call our office today at (281) 649-7170 to schedule a consultation with Dr. Patt!

July 31 2014 |

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