Beauty in the Eye of the Beholder
The measurement of beauty is unique for every individual. One may measure beauty by the aesthetic appearance of a person which as superficial as it sounds may be an accurate initial impression that creates a thousand words from a two second captured image. Yet, the thousand words may not be misrepresentative of a concise image which requires a closer look. Much is the same in plastic surgery. Plastic surgeons carefully evaluate the anatomy of the face before defining a plan for beauty enhancement. Aging produces changes in bone structure and this is carefully evaluated at the onset of consultation with a plastic surgeon, including:
- Eyebrow recession
- Nose angle
- Sagging eyebrows
- Deflated eyelid skin
- Cheek falling
- Nostril size
Plastic surgeons also review medical history, the presence of illness and daily living skills such as smoking, drinking alcohol or drug use. The good news is that plastic surgeons can create enhancements that present a greater aesthetic appearance which may have an impact on many aspects of life. A quick review of the list of least invasive choices suggests that seeing a plastic surgeon is a great way to enhance beauty when necessary, including:
- Eyebrow recession may be improved through Botox as a least invasive method.
- Nose angle may be enhanced by a least invasive method through injectibles such as Juvederm.
- Sagging eyebrows may be enhanced by Botox.
- Deflated eyelid skin may be improved through facial fillers such as Juvederm.
- Cheek falling may be improved through a thread lift.
- Nostril size may be improved through nose surgery that uses small sutures to narrow nostrils.
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