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Saturday, August 28, 2010

Newport Beach Brow Lift Advisement

By Susan Walker

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A new progression is clutching the plastic surgery domain by storm and it is based on current techniques and concepts of how we estimate beauty and facial regeneration. Dr. Renato Calabria of calls it the "deflation theory".

In the face, the aging course causes diminution of the skin and basil layers while the effect of gravity cause the facial tissues to languish in a perpendicular direction creating excessive skin and "jowls".

The conclusion is a consummate disappearance of volume of the face (the deflation effect) and an analogous shift of bulk from certain areas of the face to other, lowering the desirableness of areas such as the nasolabial fold, the jaw line, the areas beneath the eyes and the neck.

Established cosmetic procedures attempts to right the situation by pulling in an abnormal, flanking direction, producing the so-called "wind blown look". Also everyday facelifts create a flattening effect on the face because of pulling the skin tight.

Read This if You Live Near Newport Beach, and Want a Brow

Therefore facial reinvigoration has been troubled for decades by two major aberrations: askew direction of the pull vector, (lateral vs vertical) and bidimensional, skin-only, (flattening) approach.

When you view how Botticelli painted Simonetta Vespucci in his Primavera's, you can appreciate the "volume theory" of a young, beautiful face: basically, aging equals volume loss and the principal goal of facial surgery should be to reconstitute the lost bulk.

The vertical facelift was developed in the same way Botticelli composed his paintings: thinking in a 3D style by restoring volume and, therefore, youthful shape and attraction.

Procedure planning is substantial: carefully analyzing images of the patient in their 20's and 30's with images of them before surgery emanates into the guide book for their rejuvenation procedure.

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The advent of new, state of the art, endoscopic technology which allowed us to minimize scars with minimally invasive Los Angeles, Beverly Hills, Newport Beach and Palm Springs, California facelift procedures.

Cameras adhered to scopes, instituted through tiny cuts project magnified video to our operating room TVs, thereby permitting us to access crucial regions of the face, with specially designed instruments, and modify and shape underlying tissues according to our aesthetic needs.

Using similar technology, the vertical face lift is performed. An unnoticeable incision is made in the hairline and mouth. Sutures are tentatively placed in a space that suspends and adjusts the facial contour vertically, maximizing a becoming appearance.

Because this method achieves its success with less swelling and bruising, and eliminating noticeable scars, after surgery healing is usually less than one week. This approach is suitable for those who've had previous facelifts that look unnatural or wind blow.

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Due to the absence of scars, this procedure is popular among younger patients as it is less invasive. For older patients the vertical facelift is integrated with an endoscopic neck lift to rid the excessive skin on the neck.

Restoring volume in cheeks and nasolabial fold, via fat mecrografting, is achieved with an endoscopic brow lift. The finished product is a soft, natural, youthful look, with restored volume.

This technique is a combination or evolution of other methods. Dr. Renato Calabria would like to acknowledge the other minds whose thinking has stimulated him the most: Bill Little, M.D., Steve Hoefflin, M.D., Oscar Ramirez M.D., Sam Hamra, M.D. and Sherrell Aston, M.D.


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1 comment:

  1. My skin was looking very attractive and I received so many compliments due to my smooth and charming facial expressions, which are only because of Brow lift cosmetic surgery


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