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304, 2020

How Can I Get Rid of My Sagging Jowls?

By |April 3rd, 2020|Facelift|

Sagging jowls can add years onto your appearance, making you look older than you feel. If you’ve ever had concerns about the lower half of your face sagging or looking rather droopy, don’t worry. You’re not alone and your plight certainly isn’t hopeless. At Stein Plastic Surgery, we’re happy to help--a facelift may be just what you need to make you look your best. View More Patient Results *Individual Results May Vary  What Goes Into A Facelift? Since its inception, [...]

2703, 2020

How Much Does a Brow Lift Cost?

By |March 27th, 2020|Brow Lift|

A brow lift is a cosmetic plastic surgery that can turn the clock back on aging. As a result of the natural aging process, the skin around our eyes begins to lose elasticity, leaving us with droopy brows and wrinkled foreheads. Brow lifts aim to restore a youthful and well-rested appearance to your face. According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the average cost of a brow lift was $3,623 in 2018. This average does not factor in all variables associated with this procedure. You can expect an individualized quote [...]

1403, 2020

Open Vs. Closed Rhinoplasty: What’s the Difference?

By |March 14th, 2020|Closed Rhinoplasty, Open Rhinoplasty|

Rhinoplasty is a plastic surgery that alters the internal structure of the nose to improve its external appearance or function. One of the most common questions relating to rhinoplasty surgery (most often referred to as a nose job) has to do with the difference between open and closed techniques. Today, we’ll take a look at a few key differences to help determine which procedure might be best for your individual needs and goals. View More Patient Results *Individual Results May Vary  [...]

203, 2020

What to Disclose to Your Doctor when Discussing a Revision Rhinoplasty

By |March 2nd, 2020|Revision Rhinoplasty|

Are you unhappy with the results of your rhinoplasty? Does your nose seem more crooked now than before surgery? Have you experienced nasal obstruction as a result of your initial procedure? If so, a revision rhinoplasty can help correct the results from your first surgery. Revision rhinoplasty is a plastic surgery procedure specifically focused on correcting mistakes or issues from a previous rhinoplasty. The procedure is complex and requires a surgeon with extensive experience. As a highly experienced, double board-certified facial plastic surgeon, Dr. Stein has successfully performed revision procedures with [...]

2402, 2020

How Should I Prep for My Facelift?

By |February 24th, 2020|Facelift|

Once you’ve completed your consultation and scheduled your facelift surgery, it’s time to prepare. In addition to specific instructions you’ll receive from Dr. Stein, the following general recommendations will help you feel more confident going into your surgery. If, at any time, you’re unsure about how you can better prepare for your surgery, don’t hesitate to contact Stein Plastic Surgery directly. View More Patient Results *Individual Results May Vary  Facelift Prep: Six Weeks Before If you’re a smoker, you should [...]

1402, 2020

What Medical Conditions Can A Rhinoplasty Solve?

By |February 14th, 2020|Rhinoplasty|

Getting a nose job isn’t always about improving appearances. In many cases, it’s about correcting a birth defect, sports injury, or another problem that affects your breathing. If you’re unable to use your nose to full functionality, rhinoplasty (more commonly known as a nose job) might be medically necessary. The procedure reshapes bones, cartilages, and tissues in your nose, and is one of the most common types of plastic surgery. Though most people think nose jobs are purely cosmetic, Stein Plastic Surgery understands the importance of skillfully rebuilding or repairing a [...]

302, 2020

How Much Does A Facelift Cost?

By |February 3rd, 2020|Facelift|

As we age, our skin and tissues naturally lose their elasticity, leading to sagging and wrinkles. A facelift (rhytidectomy) is a surgery that lifts and tightens these facial tissues. By removing excess skin, wrinkles and folds are smoothed out, improving the signs of aging. This procedure focuses mainly on the lower two-thirds of the face and sometimes the neck. According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons 2018 statistics, the average cost of a facelift was $7,655. The individual cost of your surgery may vary due to other associated costs and [...]

2201, 2020

How Much Does an Eyelid Lift Cost?

By |January 22nd, 2020|Eyelid Lift|

Eyelid surgery (also called blepharoplasty) reduces bagginess from lower eyelids, removes excess skin from upper eyelids, and addresses the most common signs of aging. When the eyelid stretches, muscles weaken, and fat pockets can become more prominent as they bulge. Removing and tightening excess eyelid skin allows for a more alert, youthful appearance. According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the average cost of blepharoplasty was $3,163 in 2018. This price is only part of the total cost of the surgery and can vary depending on a number of factors. [...]

1501, 2020

Is an Eyelid Lift Part of a Facelift?

By |January 15th, 2020|Eyelid Lift, Facelift|

Our eyes are one of the first areas of our face to show visible signs of aging, often making us appear older and more tired than we are. If you’re hoping to counteract the effects of gravity and rejuvenate your eyes, blepharoplasty (eyelid lift) may be what you need. A common misconception is that a facelift involves operating on the entire face. Though your eyes and forehead are part of your face, a traditional facelift only addresses the mid to lower face. The skin, muscles, and other tissues along the brow [...]

301, 2020

How Long is Recovery from a Neck Lift?

By |January 3rd, 2020|Neck Lift|

Designed to enhance the appearance of your neck, a neck lift removes excess skin and fat to give you a slimmer profile and a more defined jawline. While a neck lift won’t stop the aging process, results are long-lasting. Recovery time may vary, but most people can return to work within two weeks. Dr. Adam D. Stein is a double board-certified plastic surgeon dedicated to your well-being and health. He combines skill and 26 years of experience to create natural-looking results you’ll love. What Should I Expect [...]

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