4 Reasons You May Consider Facial Contouring Surgery in Scottsdale
Are you a suitable candidate for “Facial Contouring Surgery?” As with all surgical procedures, there are risk involved. Before making a final decision, consider the pros and cons of facial contouring surgery. We all want to look beautiful. Some were granted this as a gift from God while others simply must work with what they have. Or do they? Medical science has advanced to a degree we can change our appearance removing the bags and sags of time. But the question is “just because I can, should I?” Before signing on the dotted line, consider or determine if you are a suitable candidate.
1. Medical Constraints
Any physician will advise you of the risk of surgery. Some risk factors prevent potential clients from being good candidates for surgery. Review your medical history and family medical history with your surgeon before going under the knife. Some factors that may prevent you from being a suitable candidate are your health status, medication history, present medical status. Discuss these issues or any concerns with your surgeon before surgery.
2. Elasticity of Skin
Your skin must be flexible. Facial contouring surgery in Scottsdale requires moving, stretching, pushing, pulling the skin. There is an extensive amount of “manipulation of the skin.” The skin must be tightened and in doing so, manipulation takes place. If you have no flexibility or minimal flexibility to your skin, you may not be a suitable candidate. Discuss this in detail before surgery.
3. Bone Structure
We often hear people say, ‘you were blessed with great bones.’ Exactly! The best candidate has good bones. A well-defined bone structure is great to work with when altering and manipulating the skin. Your surgeon will review your bone structure and discuss the pliability when manipulating the skin.
A large number of women between the age of 40 to 70 undergo facial reconstruction surgery yearly. There is no “best” age. If your health is great, your skin is pliable, your bone structure is good and your surgeon has determined you are a good candidate, then you are a good candidate.
“Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder.” Yes, all of God’s creations are beautiful. We are all beautiful in one way or another. However, when you feel some part of you needs correction or enhancement, you are a good candidate. Just make sure your surgeon agrees with you.