There is a host of reasons why people get rhinoplasty surgery ranging from medical concerns to more of cosmetic conditions. The reasoning behind the surgery may be cosmetic in nature or more functional whereas a medical procedure is necessary to have a better quality of life. Quite a few people have a ‘nose job’ done every year in Houston, and there can be many reasons why.
A facelift stands as one of the tried and true cosmetic procedures that can give the gift of facial rejuvenation. A facelift, or medically known as a rhytidectomy is a delicate procedure that needs to be carefully choreographed to bring forth the unique and specific results you are looking for.
We all age, over time visible changes are manifested in the facial area in several ways. The skin may become less elastic, the cheeks and jowl area may slacken, and the neck may begin to sag and become more pronounced. The whole concept of a facelift is to restore a healthy youthful appearance that gives your face a gentle, delicate, natural look. Dr Roth takes your specific needs into consideration and works with you step by step to reach the goal of reestablishing facial harmony.
Ultimately this cosmetic procedure aims at providing you with a refreshed, youthful appearance that leaves you feeling happy and looking healthy. Find out all about the process and procedures involved in a facelift.
One of the very first places that shows signs of aging is your neck. The good news is that neck lift surgery is one of the most effective and affordable ways of reversing this course. In preparation for this process, you will be faced with the delicate task of choosing a plastic surgeon that blends both accurate measurements and methodical techniques to perform an ideal lower rhytidectomy.
Before performing your brow lift, Dr. Roth will carefully evaluate your skin, health history, and cosmetic goals. During this appointment, he will determine whether browplasty is right for you. If applicable, he will also begin planning your procedure. He will choose the locations for the incisions and decide the most effective ways to adjust your skin and muscles.
As you get older, your eyelids may begin to droop. This condition not only affects your appearance. In severe cases, the sagging tissue can even obstruct your vision. In this case you will need to see if blepharoplasty is right for you. During eyelid surgery, Dr. Roth can raise your sagging lids through carefully concealed incisions in the lash line or the creases of your eyelid. He can also remove pockets of fat to reduce bags under the eyes.