Category Archives: Facial Sculpting

Surgical vs. Nonsurgical Facial Rejuvenation–When is the Facelift Best Option?

From dermal fillers to facelift surgery, a variety of nonsurgical and surgical procedures are available to address the signs of aging. Curious whether a nonsurgical treatment will create the results they want or whether they’ll need a facelift, many St. Petersburg, Clearwater, and Tampa men and women come to me with questions. Some of the most common questions I hear … Read more

Rhinoplasty for Cosmetic AND Functional Reasons

When it comes to rhinoplasty, our patients often ask whether the procedure helps breathing or appearance. In many cases, there is confusion as to how the procedure is done for functional versus aesthetic reasons. Some of the techniques are identical, but it is critically important to really listen to my patients and their individual concerns. Often patients want functional improvement … Read more

What Does a Facelift Do (& NOT Do)?

Many people see a facelift as the “gold standard” for facial rejuvenation, and in many ways, that is true. People who have opted for a face lift at my St. Petersburg practice often say they feel 10 or so years younger thanks to the procedure. However, there are a few aspects of aging that a facelift does not address, and … Read more

Deviated Septum and Rhinoplasty–Common Questions Answered!

Very commonly patients will come to my practice and ask “Can you fix my deviated septum during the rhinoplasty?”  The answer is, of course, but there is always some confusion regarding the relationship between the internal structure of the nose, and the external structure.  Particularly, how breathing relates to the nose and how structures that obstruct the nose can affect … Read more

Use of Simulation for Your Rhinoplasty

Simulation can be an effective tool to give a realistic and possible outcome for mainly primary rhinoplasty in non-complex cases.  I tell patients that at best, it is a communication tool for us to review results that are surgically possible–assuming appropriate healing and recovery.  I have found this technology to be very useful in giving patients a visual guide for … Read more

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