1. Does insurance cover rhinoplasty?
It depends on why you are undergoing the surgery. If you have been injured or if a deviated septum is interfering with your breathing, insurance may contribute to the cost of rhinoplasty. If you are undergoing the surgery for cosmetic purposes, insurance will not cover the cost.
2. What is the difference between a full facelift and a mini facelift?
While a full facelift is a facial plastic treatment can address the entire face, from the brow to the chin, a mini facelift focuses only on the lower third of the face.
3. Will I look constantly surprised after my brow lift?
Results that look less than natural are always a risk when it comes to plastic surgery. However, you can significantly reduce that risk by choosing a plastic surgeon with outstanding credentials and an excellent reputation to perform your brow lift.
4. Can I go exercise immediately after BOTOX® Cosmetic treatment?
No. You should wait at least 24 hours before doing anything strenuous following a BOTOX Cosmetic treatment.
5. I'm not ready for plastic surgery. Which nonsurgical facial rejuvenation treatments are right for me?
The only way to know which nonsurgical rejuvenation procedure can achieve your goals is to schedule a consultation with a reputable plastic surgeon.