Face the Facts - Insights on Cosmetic Facial Surgery

Cosmetic surgery of the face is more popular than ever. People are interested in looking more refreshed, less tired, and sometimes changing how their face looks regardless of their age. And people are doing it at a younger age than ever before. With the popularity of this type of facial surgery, comes the expected marketing promotions and hype particularly prevalent on the internet, magazines, and newspaper ads. What is real and what is hype?

Learn that a facelift does nothing much for most of the face. Eyelid tucks are the best value of all cosmetic facial surgeries. There are different ways to do browlifts, some which may lengthen or shorten your forehead. Nosejobs are done 'open' because the results are so much better. Cheek and chin implants are simple operations that can make a big difference. Thin lips may not always be made bigger by injectable fillers. Botox sometimes is better than surgery. Ear pinning doesn't involve any pins and it is easy to do. And much more....

These insights are given in greater depth and on many more facial cosmetic surgery procedures in the ebook entitled 'Face The Facts - An Inside Look At Plastic Surgery' available at http://www.wordclay.com. Get the perspective of a plastic surgeon who has been doing these facial procedures for years and learn what works, what doesn't, and how to spend your cosmetic dollar wisely. While hope lives eternal, having realistic expectations and knowing how to get the best bang for your dollar is what makes patients happy.

Dr Barry Eppley is a board-certified plastic surgeon in private practice in Indianapolis, Indiana at Clarian Health Systems. (http://www.eppleyplasticsurgery.com) He writes a daily blog on plastic surgery, spa therapies, and medical skin care at http://www.exploreplasticsurgery.com

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