Message from Dr. Beeson

Welcome to our cosmetic surgery website! Through cosmetic surgery, people are changing their lives every day. They are growing. They are having special procedures done in ways never before dreamed possible and getting back some of their vigor, enthusiasm, hope, and future. It is the face and body that receive correction – but it is the heart and soul that receives new life.

Our purpose here at the Center is to bring together the art and science of medicine, giving you the highest quality care.

If you have any additional questions, please contact us. Thank you.

William H. Beeson, M.D.

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Health Tip of The Week

5 Signs You Are A Good Candidate for Facelift

George Burns once said, “You can’t help getting older, but you don’t have to get old.” Today, people are living longer and keeping themselves in better condition. It is no secret that we are a “visual” society-Facebook, Zoom, and Instagram. Appearance is important. Many people tell us that they just want to look as good as they feel!

Botox and fillers can help us soften the telltale signs of aging, but they can only turnback the clock so far. Skin rejuvenation creams and lotions can help us reduce skin wrinkling and improved skin tone, but they have little effect on sagging skin. As we age, our skin loses elasticity, our fat redistributes itself, our muscles become laxed, our skin becomes lax, and our bony skeleton starts to resorb. This translates into droopy, sagging skin and muscles which throws our facial features out of proportion and makes us look old and fatigued. For many women and men who experience this kind of facial laxity, facelift surgery becomes an appealing option.

Here are a few signs you can look for to determine if you are a potential candidate for a facelift:

1) Sagging Jowls

This is one of the most common reasons people seek facelift surgery. They are concerned with increased skin laxity along the jawline and at the corner of the mouth, which they feel gives them a tired and sad appearance.

2) Deep Nasolabial Folds

As we age the fibro-fatty tissue pad in our cheekbone area (malar pad) droops and, along with skin laxity, results in deepening of the crease that runs from the corner of our nose to the corner of our mouth (nasolabial fold).

3) You smooth your skin and obtain a more pleasing, youthful contour by pulling up and back

4) The bands in your neck become prominent

As we age, the platysma muscle in the neck can sag and cause prominent cords or bands that run vertically from under our jaw to the base of our neck.

5) You need dermal filler frequently to maintain your look

Often times, fillers can help to support sagging skin and provide a more youthful appearance. However, when it gets to the point that you need multiple syringes of fillers every 6 months to maintain the desired effect, it is likely time to consider a treatment that will provide a more significant and longer lasting improvement.

While the above are signs that you may be a good candidate for a facelift, there are indications when a facelift is not the procedure of choice for you.

If you are primarily concerned over skin wrinkling and the tone and texture of your skin, laser resurfacing or a chemical peel may be a better treatment. Surgery (facelift) takes care of “sags and bags” while a chemical peel or laser takes care of “wrinkling”. Some people are candidates for both!

If you are not in good health, you are likely not a good candidate for surgery. In addition, patients have to be realistic about what facelift surgery will achieve. While it may significantly improve one’s appearance, it will not save a failing marriage or help get that job promotion.

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