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Full of Visible Scars and Long 'Wild' Cuts and Stitches on Both Ears! What Can I Do?

I had face lift surgery for double chin reduction in a famous hospital at trivandrum (india) before 16 months.it was a night mare.face become assymetrical.double chin is still there but seeing ugly.after this surgery i am look like 10 years more.what should i do sir?i am upset and dipressed.i dont like to see people now!i am 55years mrs.jetu

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Bad experience after a facelift

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I'm sorry to hear about your difficult recovery. Without pictures, it is difficult to determine what the best course of action is. I would follow up with an experienced, well trained facial plastic surgeon who can guide you and give you options.


Orange County Facial Plastic Surgeon
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Facelift issues

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I am sorry that you are unhappy but in order to properly evaluate you, you would need to be examined in person.

Steven Wallach, MD
Manhattan Plastic Surgeon
4.5 out of 5 stars 17 reviews

In need of facelift revision

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Sounds like you have several issues with which you are unhappy.  You should see a board certified plastic surgeon locally to get an opinion about the ability to revise your surgery and improve your situation- it's not worth being depressed about- get some help from someone who knows what he or she is doing.

Adam David Lowenstein, MD, FACS
Santa Barbara Plastic Surgeon
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Visible Scars After Facelift

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   If you are unhappy with your previous surgery, I would recommend seeking out a board certified plastic surgeon with elite credentials to evaluate your results.  If you post pictures, some advice can be provided as well.

Kenneth B. Hughes, MD
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