The facial nerve that carries information to the muscles of the face is the most frequently paralyzed nerve in the human body. Even a slightly paralyzed face can have a significant paralyzing effect on the rest of your life.
Essential for speech, facial expressions, and eating, the lips can be damaged through trauma or illness. Lip reconstruction, then, improves both the function and appearance of the lips.
Scars, the body’s natural way of healing and replacing damaged skin, can vary in size, shape, color, and thickness. Since scars cannot be removed completely, scar revision alters the appearance of scars, improving appearance as well as function.
Liposuction Even if you exercise regularly and eat well, you may still have stubborn areas on your body that don’t respond the way you’d like them to. Liposuction can help you achieve […]
The Brazilian Butt Lift (Beverly Hills Butt Lift) has become our most popular cosmetic procedure in the last two years. Much of its popularity can be attributed to the media and all of the young celebrities who carry around a little extra “junk” in the trunk.
One of the first – and most common – cosmetic procedures, nasal reconstruction or rhinoplasty helps men and women dissatisfied with the shape or size of the nose. The surgery can also be used to reshape and resize the nose as well as to improve breathing, allergies, and snoring.
These two procedures, often performed together, tighten facial muscles, smooth wrinkles, remove excess skin, and define the jaw line. You can discuss your goals with Dr. Saadat to determine if one or both are right for you.
Whether caused by stress, aging, or genetics, heavy, puffy, lined eyes can make you look older and tired. If the eyes are truly the window to the world, then it makes sense to brighten the windows as much as possible.
Facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon D. David Saadat, M.D. recognizes that with a healthy diet and fitness-oriented lifestyle, skincare management should also be of major concern.