I am looking for an honest opinion. I am 37 yar old female that has few questions that I would like a professional opinion on. 1. I feel that my right upper eye lid sags a bit. Would botox rectify my problem? 2. would you recommend a nose job for me? I feel that it's a bit wide and is a bent a bit. 3. Do you think my cheeks need enhancement? I would like to have high cheekbones but don't know if fillers would work? 4. Would you say I have a round or square shape face?
Would Like Professional Recommendations For My Face? (photo)
Doctor Answers 4
It is really unfair to subject yourself to random, self-serving comments by plastic surgeons.
A cosmetic consultation is a clinical dialogue about your concerns. Forehead lift? You have upper eyelid ptosis that is causing you to compensate by maximally lifting your eyebrows. A forehead lift will not help you! You might benefit from a consultation with an oculolplastic surgeon regarding the upper eyelids. The lower eyelids would benefit greatly from tear trough fillers. This will help restore your heart shaped face. A small amount of volume in the pre jowl sulcus and perhaps a bit at the corner of the lips would make a very nice difference for you.
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Everyone has one side of the face that is the bigger side. So one eyebrow may be a bit higher. AS for proper evaluation of your facial issues, it is really best to go for an evaluation to be properly examined. Photos do not always do justice.
Yes, a beautiful start to lifting procedures is a nice oval shaped face. Consider an upper face lift and increased fullness to the cheek areas.
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You would benefit from a mini right hairline forehead lift - irregular Trichophytic and I need better photos to evaluate your cheeks. The same applies to your nose. You have a lovely oval face.
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