Beverly Hills Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery “Tip of the Day” from Dr. Francis R Palmer, III Beverly Hills Plastic and Cosmetic Surgeon.

Beverly Hills Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery “Tip of the Day” from Dr. Francis R Palmer, III Beverly Hills Plastic and Cosmetic Surgeon.

“What’s wrong with my Face?”

As we all age, there comes a moment in time that each and every one of us looks in the mirror and asks ourself “what happened to me….I’m not loving my appearance”. In essence what you’re asking yourself, is “what’s wrong with my face?”.

The first step to improving how you look is an honest analysis of your face.

Here’s a crash course in analyzing your face in the privacy of your own mirror:

1. Start with the Cheeks. Are your cheeks full or does your face have deep folds and extra tissue going from the nose to the corners of the mouth (Nasolabial Folds) or from the corners of the mouth to the jawline (Jowls)? If so, your cheeks may be flat. The solutions are:

a. Cheek Augmentation with Cheek Implants

b. Cheek Augmentation using radiesse Injections that last about 18 months on average.

c. Microliposuction of the Nasolabial folds and/or Jowls to decrease the fat and if you’re 40 or older, our “Celebrity Lift” to tighten the muscle layer and remove excess skin.

2. Next how do your eyes look? Is there excess fatty bulges, loose skin around the eyelids? This give the eyes and face a tired and aged appearance.

Solution: Blepharoplasty to remove excess skin and/or fat from the eyelids.

3. Are your lips full? If they are thin, the face can appear stern or angry.

Solution: Alloderm Lip Augmentation.

4. The nose: Look away from the mirror and then quick look back at your face. Be honest to yourself…do you see your nose as the first thing when you look at your face? If so, a Rhinoplasty may be in order to obtain a more sleek, natural and unobserved nose. This allows the focus of the face to be the Cheeks, followed by the eyes, followed by the lips. I call this the “One-Two-Three Beauty Punch”.

Solution: Rhinoplasty or Revision Rhinoplasty.

There: I just saved you my $150-$500 consultation fee where I would use by knowledge and expertise to analyze your face.

More information on these and other plastic and cosmetic surgery procedures here:

Dr. Francis R Palmer, III

Oh by the way….I wanted to get something off my chest. A person e-mailed my staff upset that there are typos on my blog or website and indicated that this is a poor reflection on my ability as a Plastic and Cosmetic Surgeon.

To that I say…Bull! If you’ve read my blog, you know me. I’m very busy and I try to get you, my readers accurate and useful information on Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery procedures that are of interest to you all. I proof read as much as I can but hey….I have a million other things to do as well like surgery, consults, business meetings, TV meetings, media interviews, writing books, etc. etc. etc. I know it’s not an excuse…. it is what it is. Just goes to show, you can’t please everyone.

Dr.. Palmer