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Silicone therapy for scar hypertrophy

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John Davison - 29th April 2016

Bad scars are unfortunately one of the risks of cosmetic surgery (and all surgery).

 

Most of the time, it …

John Davison - 24th January 2016

Blepharoplasty and headaches

I am always going on about this procedure, because I think it is great!

 

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John Davison - 23rd October 2015

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Face and necklift operations improve the changes which in the face with increasing age. Commonly jowls, neck sagging and wrinkles and imporved. A facelift is done usually under a general anaesthetic, and is often combined with other surgical proceduresincluding eyelid surgery, and involves a 2 day stay in hospital. The operation itself can take three or more hours. There is early bruising and swelling which settles over 10 days to two weeks. A feeling of tightness and numbness in the face settles over very many months. The position of the scar varies depending on whether we do a full face lift or a short scar operation, this in turn depending on your age and what the features are which we are setting out to improve. Necklift surgery may also require a scar under the chin. The scars heal in a variable way but most of the scarring following a facelift is good.

Facelift (PDF)