Patients Choice in Their Facial Rejuvenation Result The usual approach to facial rejuvenation is to reduce the extent of the ‘tired look’ that comes with aging of the face. In fact, facelift surgery is considered successful when it results in a less tired look, provided there are not tell-tale signs of surgery left on the … Continue reading “Looking Less Aged Versus Looking Positively Fresh”Read more >
The ideal time to be considering a facelift is when you are becoming aware of early laxity of your face. This early laxity is first noticed only when the head is tilted down or when you press the skin along the jawline or inner cheek, and it moves more than it used to! At this stage the laxity is still not so obvious as to be noticed by others, especially in normal head position ie, with the chin up. This is what I term, Latent laxity.Read more >
The story behind ‘ageing well’I want to look less tired… refreshed but not altered. This is the most commonly expressed sentiment of people at our Melbourne plastic surgery clinic.Read more >
People worry a lot about facial symmetry. It is actually one of the most frequent concerns of plastic surgery patients, and one we hear in our Melbourne plastic surgery office.
However, a degree of asymmetry is both completely normal and not such a bad thing. In fact, the human eye is attuned to a degree of facial asymmetry; without being aware of it we tend to find it more pleasing than absolute symmetry.Read more >
There are major differences in the quality of eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty) performed by eyelid surgeons in Melbourne and elsewhere. So it’s important to think about what you want your surgery to achieve. This is our checklist for very successful upper eyelid surgery:Read more >
Affecting 45 million people worldwide, rosacea is a benign non-contagious skin condition that presents most commonly in women over the age of 30 with fair skin, however it can develop on anyone.Read more >
Last week, Dr Bryan Mendelson presented comprehensive insight into his vast experience in facial augmentation and rejuvenation of the face as a keynote speaker at the ISAPS Symposium and 39th Annual ASAPS Conference on the Gold Coast.Read more >
It’s a sad reality that many people with high hopes for their upper eyelid surgery end up disappointed.
We know this because so many patients visit us to have a ‘secondary blepharoplasty’ (repeat eyelid surgery), because they are so disappointed with the first surgery performed elsewhere.
Which city does that face belong to?
Can a city or country determine the facial look that people like? Sometimes it does. Here are a few examples.Read more >