Category: Facial Cosmetic Surgery

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Facial cosmetic surgery is a complex, ever-evolving specialty that many surgeons dedicate their careers to mastering. But facial cosmetic surgeons come from many backgrounds, like general surgery, ophthalmology, and even oral and maxillofacial surgery (OMFS), making it difficult for patients to decipher their surgeon’s specialty training and credentials. If you are a facial cosmetic surgeon… Continue Reading »

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As an oral and maxillofacial surgeon (OMFS), you have developed a keen surgical aptitude that often includes ensuring sound cosmetic outcomes for your patients. If you find that you have a passion for the cosmetic aspect of your work, you may be considering making a career transition to the facial cosmetic surgery specialty.  The American… Continue Reading »

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A consistently popular procedure, the facelift (rhytidectomy) smoothes wrinkles in the mid-to-lower face, tightens the jowls, and addresses laxity (sagging skin) in the neck area. Done well, this procedure restores one’s younger profile and turns the clock back on the aging process by about a decade. Advanced facelift techniques — namely, SMAS and deep plane… Continue Reading »

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Rhinoplasty is one of the top most popular cosmetic procedures for good reason: it can improve the appearance of the entire face, creating both symmetry and balance, and can even improve nasal function. But rhinoplasty is a relatively complex surgery, and not all surgeons advertising the procedure have the same credentials or experience.  In this… Continue Reading »