Plastic surgery for the eyes, smile, and nose are widely popular throughout the Asian American population.
New rises in popularity in the Korean American population can be seen for smile/mouth surgery; which fixes downturned smile lines and creates a more smiley resting face.
Rhinoplasty surgeries are also popular, creating a thinner and more turned up nose.
Finally, as seen with celebrities such as Julie Chen, double eyelid surgery for wider and bigger eyes allow for a balanced facial appearance.
For more information about popular Asian American cosmetic procedures contact Dr. Greenberg’s office.
The goal of a face-lift procedure, (Rhytidectomy) is to create a younger and fresher look by removing excess fat, tightening muscles, and naturally redraping the skin of your face and neck.
Yet many think of a facelift as tightly pulled skin and a plastic unnatural look. Choosing the right plastic surgeon is key to getting the natural look you desire.
The right plastic surgeon for your blepharoplasty (face-lift surgery) will have extensive face-lift experience under their belt. Surgeons such as Dr. Burt Greenberg perform facelift surgeries regularly, and therefore have developed a keen eye for artistry-therefore achieving the best results for you. Click Here to see Dr. Burt Greenberg’s before and after photos.
Often other procedures, such as the forehead-lift, eyelid surgery, laser surgery, or nose reshaping are performed simultaneously.
Eyelid puffiness can make you appear tired on your most well-rested day. Sagging or drooping in the area surrounding the eyes is one of the most tell-tale signs of age.
Eyelid surgery can correct drooping upper lids and puffy bags below your eyes. See Before and After Photos by Dr. Burt Greenberg.
Blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery) can be performed alone or in conjunction with other facial surgery procedures, such as a face-lift, laser resurfacing or brow-lift.
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One of the things I dislike most is turning someone away from surgery, but there are some people who want cosmetic surgery for the wrong reasons. There are 4 questions you can ask yourself to guarantee you’re ready for plastic surgery.
1.) Are you in good physical health?
Do you smoke? Can you be honest about any diseases/illnesses? Doctors do perform an examination to make sure you are in good condition to have a quick and healthy recovery and to undergo anesthesia. However, having a healthy lifestyle is key to getting back to your daily life quickly and easily.
2.) Are your expectations realistic?
Do you feel that this surgery will truly make you happier, more confident and that you can achieve your desired goal? Plastic surgeons can give you an idea of how you will look post-surgery, it is important to feel satisfied with that outcome. Having the right cosmetic surgeon means making adjustments that look natural and that balance your overall or facial shape/contour. Great plastic surgery candidates are realistic about results and feel happy/satisfied with the projected outcome.
3.) Why do you want cosmetic surgery?
Plastic surgery has the ability to do amazing things- make you smile again and add a boost of confidence that carries over into your work and daily life. The reasons in which you want plastic surgery are important so that you can reap those aforementioned benefits. Seeking a procedure to simply please a partner, having a transitory or temporary want for change, or to achieve an unrealistic result, are all not ideal reasons for cosmetic surgery.
4.) Why now?
With many, a large life change can prompt you to finally seek plastic surgery. This can be a good thing. Life altering changes can push you to finally take care of your needs and make the changes you have been longing for. However some life changes may make for an unhealthy timing for such a large decision. Having a stable mindset at the time of seeking plastic surgery is key to ensuring you are happy with the long-lasting results.
Thinking of plastic surgery? Contact (516) 466-6600 for a consultation with Dr. Burt Greenberg
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Breast Augmentation is a widely popular cosmetic surgery among women who are unhappy with the size and/or shape of their breasts. When considering breast augmentation surgery it is important to get the right facts and to find the right plastic surgeon for you.
Stop Wondering, Get the Right Answers
The web can be a great source for more information, but often times it isn’t always accurate. Online searches are full of opinions and personal experiences; not allowing for answers based upon your health, age, shape, and other personal factors.
Scheduling a consultation is the only way to get sure answers to your questions. Consultations will lead you to surely know if a breast augmentation is right for you.
Is Cost Keeping You Away?
For many women, breast augmentation is something they very much desire- allowing for greater self-esteem and a more balanced shape. However, a large portion of those women may never seek a consultation due to finances.
A consult with a plastic surgeon would absolutely answer your questions about your fit for the procedure, but it is also a great way to work out financing options. Multiple options are available to cover the cost of a surgery, including Care Credit. If cost is the only factor keeping you away, a consultation with the right surgeon would absolutely ease your mind.
Benefits of Breast Augmentation
• Increase size and shape
• Boost self-confidence
Breast augmentation (Augmentation Mammoplasty), is a surgical procedure to enhance the size and shape of a woman’s breast. The procedure can be performed to balance a difference in breast size, to correct a reduction in breast volume after pregnancy, and as a reconstructive technique following breast surgery. A patients physical findings will determine the site placement (above or below the muscle). Gel or form-stable gel implants are commonly used and placed directly beneath the mammary gland. To Learn More about Breast Augmentation Click Here
See Before And After Photos by Dr. Burt Greenberg