A double board-certified facial plastic surgeon, Dr. Sherris specializes in faces only.
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Clinic of Facial Plastic Surgery - Serving Western and Upstate New York
Facial Plastic Surgeon Dr. David Sherris offers a full range of both surgical and non-surgical facial rejuvenation procedures at his Buffalo New York practice, Clinic of Facial Plastic Surgery. Dr. Sherris serves patients from Western and upstate New York including Rochester and Syracuse, the Toronto and Southern Ontario region and throughout the world. As an award winning and double-board certified facial plastic surgeon, Dr. Sherris’ skill and expertise can help you achieve natural looking results whether you're interested in a facelift, rhinoplasty or just want to refresh your appearance with BOTOX® Cosmetic or a filler like Restylane®. His artistry can not only improve the way you look, but can also change the way you feel about yourself. It’s natural to want a youthful appearance that reflects how vibrant and healthy you feel on the inside. Let Dr. Sherris and his team at Clinic of Facial Plastic Surgery help you to start your new beginning.
David A Sherris, MD
David A Sherris, MD is a double-board certified and fellowship trained facial plastic surgeon offering today’s most advanced facial plastic and reconstructive procedures. As the former chairman of the Facial Plastic surgery Division of the world-renowned Mayo Clinic, Dr. Sherris’ skill, expertise, and ability to achieve beautiful natural-looking results, have helped him gain the admiration of his peers and the gratitude of thousands of patients from all over the world. His patients have included royal families, Hollywood celebrities, Fortune 500 company leaders, entertainers, politicians and other doctors and their families.
Because Dr. Sherris has chosen to specialize in faces only, you’ll find him to be a precise craftsman with an inherent attention to detail.
Below is a sampling of the common questions we receive for our most popular procedures. If you are not seeing your question, scan our frequently asked questions page.
Q. Does insurance help cover rhinoplasty or nasal surgery?
A. Yes- when a patient has surgery to correct breathing problems such as deviated septum surgery at the same time as a cosmetic rhinoplasty, the insurance procedure can help to cover some of the surgery costs. Patients may receive discounts on the cosmetic rhinoplasty that they would not normally receive with cosmetic rhinoplasty surgery by itself.
Q. What is the difference between a regular facelift and a mini facelift?
A. A mini facelift lifts less of the cheek and neck skin than a regular facelift. The mini facelift heals quicker, but is not the right option if you have a heavy neck, deep wrinkles or other signs of more advanced aging.
Q. When can I start wearing my contact lenses again?
A. Patients can typically start wearing contact lenses at about 1-2 weeks after the procedure.
Q. I am scared I will look surprised after a browlift; can that happen?
A. This complication of older techniques of brow lifting is HIGHLY unlikely after the new, minimally invasive endoscopic browlift. The brow may seem slightly high right after surgery, but will settle to a natural height shortly after surgery.
Q. Can I exercise the same day I have a BOTOX® treatment?
A. No- exercise should be avoided the same day as a treatment. Patient can resume their regular exercise routine the next day.