If you are considering facial liposuction to get rid of those fat cheeks or that double or triple chin make sure you do your due diligence and find the best plastic surgeon in your area to do the work. The surgeon you choose should be board-certified in the type of plastic surgery you want done and should also be willing to show you before and after pictures of the clients they have had in the past. You cannot risk having someone who does not really know what they are doing cutting into your face and making you look like a freak.

Your face is the first thing people see and respond to. You want them to like what they see and smile at you not take one look and run away screaming. Choose your facial liposuction doctor wisely. In fact, if you find a surgeon skilled in the use of lasers then you will be a step ahead. Lasers are less invasive and recovery time is far less than with a traditional surgery.

Laser liposuction is a great way to get the definition back to your face. Firm up those jowls so they go back to looking like the strong jawline you once had. Get rid of those rolls of fat in your neck and that bulging double chin. With no huge incision and no big line of ugly stitches laser liposuction reduces the occurrence of bruising and swelling not to mention pain.

Recovery is never pretty, we all know this. So, tell yourself you are not going to look in any mirrors until you are completely healed and the swelling and bruising, even the little that there is, is gone. You will be wrapped in a compression dressing anyway so there will not be much to look at for the entire time it will take to heal.

If you choose traditional liposuction you need to know that small incisions will be made either under your chin or even inside your mouth so the canula can be inserted and the fat removed by suctioning it out. Then the skin is pulled tight, the excess trimmed off and sutured closed. You will have to go back to the doctor to get the stitches out in a week or so and to make sure you are healing well.

Your doctor may recommend that you get rid of that double chin if you have work done on your face just to keep things looking normal. What good would it do to have work done on your face if you are going to keep the double chin? Doesn’t make sense to me but whatever. Have the cervicoplasty to keep things symmetrical and in proportion to the rest of your face.

Diet and exercise may not be the do all, end all for some people so if you have done the work and there is still some sagginess to deal with when you are done, then by all means talk to a reputable, board-certified plastic surgeon who is well versed in facial liposuction you want or need done.

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