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Mature businesswoman working on laptop in her workstation.Having a clear understanding of your goals and the benefits and limitations of the facial plastic surgery procedure you’re considering are keys to seeing the best results. But what do you do when your trouble spots require more than one procedure? Ask yourself these two important questions to help you get the best bang for your buck when it comes to facial plastic surgery.

What’s Your Biggest Concern?

Ask your plastic surgeon for his or her professional opinion if you’re torn between two or three procedures.

For many people considering plastic surgery, they have more than one feature that they’d like to address. But if you’re limited to a single procedure, whether for financial or other reasons, the best way to figure out where to start is to honestly ask yourself what your biggest priority is.

For example, if you’re bothered by jowls and wrinkles in the middle and lower portions of your face, as well as a sagging brow line, you might be torn between a facelift and a brow or eyelid lift. Ask yourself which of those areas bothers you the most, and start there.

Which Procedure Will Yield the Most Dramatic Results?

If you’re still having trouble deciding, consider which procedure will have the most dramatic impact on your appearance. This is an excellent question to bring up during your facial plastic surgery consultation as well. Generally speaking, you’ll want to go with the procedure that’ll give you the most dramatic results. You might even find that the other concerns you had don’t bother you as much.

 

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When You Have More Than 1 Worry, Which Facial Surgery Is Right?
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When You Have More Than 1 Worry, Which Facial Surgery Is Right?
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Looking for the best bang for your buck for your facial plastic surgery? Board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Waleed Ezzat of Boston, Massachusetts shares advice.
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Dr. Waleed Ezzat - Boston Plastic Surgeon
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