Why Not the Best?

 

In today’s hurried world, you should find some time for yourself and make yourself happy. One of the most obvious choices can be by improving your visage. An experienced, skilled plastic surgeon, such as Dr.Fisher, can take 15-20 years off your face overnight, as if it were the doing of a swift magic wand, not a gentle hand of a mere mortal.

Patients are often surprised how plastic surgery can improve their face – eradicate wrinkles, spots, lines… all those unpleasant signs of aging; and since the outer self molds the inner self equally well as it is often the case the other way round, plastic surgery can add to your mental composure and well being.

Out there, we sometimes see people who did not exercise their choice of a plastic surgeon wisely, and consequently ended up with an equally profound obverse effect: their skin is pulled too tight, unnaturally, ungracefully, or they may even have physical deformities and problems. That is what happens when you do not use your best judgment with respect to your inner satisfaction, but your best judgment with regard to economic concerns. Our advice? If you cannot afford to invest into your well-being and happiness, cannot save a few bucks here, a few bucks there… forget it! Do not give yourself pains. Do not go for the second best – because that might cause just as poor a result as the last – you never know – especially when you have the best one waiting for you.

Dr.Fisher will personally explain to you where the Hollywood starlets – or even erstwhile starlets who, now in their 40s, 50s and 60s, have undergone artful cosmetic procedures to maintain the image of youth – defaulted. Surgery is art – much more than a little nip-and-tuck here and there!

Why, you can see yourself when a facelift goes wrong how even people’s characters alter… Such unfortunate patients will never extol any plastic surgeon. Therefore, ask for the best, look at satisfaction.

During an interview at the 2009 meeting of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, Dr.Fisher explained the most common pitfalls of facial plastic surgery, and shared some little-known trade secrets for avoiding them.

“During the typical facelift operation, the patient’s ears are subjected to a lot of tension, which causes some drooping of the ear canal,” Dr.Fisher noted. “As the surgeon adjusts the patient’s facial skin and muscle during the face lift, the altered ear drops down, producing extra skin to deal with and dispose of. Patching the patient back up from this usually means producing the ‘pulled’ look. Signs of surgery are conspicuous, as well. If they have a lot more skin to remove, the incision is longer,” he adds emphatically, “and if it’s longer, it is visible.” Shaking his head, Dr.Fisher continues: “We have to do two things: The ear is little higher and there’s more volume. We still do the muscle work, but is there less or more skin? There’s less. And if there’s less skin, the incision is shorter and can be hidden inside the ear.”

Dr.Fisher’s result? A perfectly natural facelift, which will not alter your natural characteristics, will emphasize the beauty of your face, and whose surgical evidence is well concealed. Again: look in the mirror. You deserve better. Why not the best?!

 

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