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Facial Procedures A - Z

Facial Plastic Surgery Procedures are designed to alter (and hopefully, improve) the appearance of specific features of the face, head, and neck. Sometimes these procedures can significantly improve function as well. Read step-by-step profiles of specific procedures and view illustrative images relating to these procedures.
  1. Brow Lift (2)
  2. Cheek Augmentation (3)
  3. Chin Surgery (8)
  4. Ear Surgery (17)
  5. Eyelid Surgery (7)
  6. Face Lift (9)
  7. Lip Augmentation (2)
  8. Neck Lift (1)
  9. Rhinoplasty (2)
  10. Skin Resurfacing (11)

Pumping and Plumping – The Use of Unsafe Injectables
Despite the story or Priscilla Presley and other unfortunate people, the use of non-medical grade materials to “pump and plump” body parts is still being performed. This practice can have long term, non-reversible effects. Learn how to avoid this catastrophe when seeking cosmetic enhancement.

How Is Fat Transfer Done?
There is one situation in which having excess fat can be advantageous – fat grafting. Using your fat to enhance other areas of your body can be done. Read all about the process step by step.

2010 Top 3 Asian-American Cosmetic Surgical Procedures
Once mostly confined to rich Caucasian women, cosmetic plastic surgery is increasingly crossing racial boundaries. More African-American, Hispanic and Asian-American individuals are undergoing plastic surgery. 760,691 cosmetic procedures were performed on Asian-Americans in 2010. This was an increase of two percent from 2009.

2010 Top 3 Hispanic Cosmetic Surgical Procedures
List of 2010's top 3 Hispanic cosmetic surgical procedures.

2010 Top 3 African-American Cosmetic Surgical Procedures
Once mostly confined to rich Caucasian women, cosmetic plastic surgery is increasingly crossing racial boundaries. More African-American, Hispanic and Asian-American individuals are undergoing plastic surgery. 1,047,420 cosmetic procedures were performed on African-Americans in 2010. This was an increase of six percent from 2009.

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