Sep 1, 1977

When the patient wants facial cosmetic surgery

American Family Physician
C M Johnson, J R Anderson

Abstract

Cosmetic facial surgery can improve appearance but it cannot make everyone beautiful (or handsome) or solve all problems. The patient must be well motivated and must comprehend the limitations of the procedures. Procedures useful in providing a more youthful appearance include blepharoplasty, browlift and face-lift. Sometimes all three are indicated. Chemical face peeling is used for correction of fine skin lines.

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External Ear
Downy Hair
Face
Dermatoglyphs - Skin Lines
Localized Desquamation
Cosmetic Surgery Specialty
Esthetic Surgery
Face Peeling, Chemical
Eyelid Structure
Transplantation, Autologous

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