Facial Implants New York City and New Jersey
Beauty may only be skin deep. But, for centuries, well-defined facial features have been considered traits of physical beauty. High cheekbones, a strong chin and or a strong jaw can provide balance and definition. Possessing these features can even enhance your self-confidence. For those lacking these natural marks of distinction, make-up was their only alternative.
Now, thanks to modern technology, there is a safe, permanent method to correct a sunken cheeks, receding chin, and weak jaws in men and women worldwide. Facial implant surgery gives New Jersey and New York City residents a more vibrant and attractive look of distinction. These procedures can also benefit those with asymmetries or congenital defects.
Frequent Asked Questions about Facial Implants:
Are facial implants safe?
Facial implants have proven to provide a safe, predictable, low-cost, low-risk cosmetic surgical procedure. To date, millions of facial implants made from non-toxic materials such as silicone and expanded polytetrafluoroethylene (ePTFE) have been implanted, with no reported cases of allergic reaction. The implants, designed specifically for use in the face and come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes. These implants can be custom-trimmed by your surgeon for a more natural fit. Dr. John Mesa,MD a Board Certified Cosmetic Latin Plastic Surgeon always uses Medpore implants for facial implant augmentation due to their reliability and plasticity to adapt to the patients baseline anatomy.
How is facial implants plastic surgery in New Jersey and New York City performed?
Facial implant procedures can be performed on an outpatient basis. They can be performed using general anesthesia with the patient asleep, or using a local anesthesia to numb the treated area while the patient remains awake in selected patient candidates.
How is facial implant plastic surgery performed?
New Jersey and New York City Board Certified Craniofacial and Cosmetic Latin Plastic Surgeon, Dr. John Mesa, MD will perform your facial implant plastic surgery under anesthesia. Depending on the site you have chosen for the implants, Dr. John Mesa, MD will make a small, inconspicuous incision before inserting the implant. During your consultation, you will discuss the best location to place the implants, and Dr. John Mesa, MD will explain which incision technique he will be using. Because Dr. John Mesa, MD takes such great care, most scarring is either not visible or very minimal, fading over time. Dr. Mesa is fellowship trained in Craniofacial Surgery at Michigan University, and Cosmetic Plastic Surgery of the face at University of Alabama which gives him additional credentials, experience and knowledge to perform high quality plastic surgery of the face including
How will I look after facial implant surgery?
Facial implant plastic surgery with New Jersey and New York City Board Certified Craniofacial and Cosmetic Latin Plastic Surgeon, Dr. John Mesa, MD is a safe and effective procedure that can enhance your confidence by freeing you from the emotional burden of sunken cheeks, an undefined chin, or a weak jaw. After your surgery with Dr. John Mesa, MD, a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon also fellowship trained in Craniofacial Surgery, the structural appearance of your face will be more balanced and proportional, giving your face a more distinct, symmetrically pleasing look.
Why not go to Dentists, Obstetricians, Gynecologists, Internists, Primary Care Physician and “cosmetologists” for facial implant face plastic surgery?
Practitioners like dentists and other doctors who are not formally residency-trained and Board Certified to perform facial implant plastic surgery have been found to suffer a much higher rate of complications, as it’s a side interest to them, and not a treatment they’re certified to do all day long. One of the most common complaints is minimal improvement, asymmetries, etc.
Only a licensed professional with the knowledge, training and skills required to achieve optimum results should perform facial implant plastic surgery. Look for a plastic surgeon who is Board Certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and who has completed his training at some of the top residency and fellowship institutions.