Plastic surgery face 3 interventions

 Plastic surgery face 3 interventions

Cosmetic surgery aims to improve the lives of those who undergo it. More and more, it is performed with minimal invasiveness, allowing for a manageable postoperative period. It restores self-esteem and confidence, and, quite simply, the pleasure of looking in the mirror. It is through this simple and daily action that one might notice "something that no longer pleases." And the spark of change ignites.

Today, I would like to talk to you about facial plastic surgery, specifically the top three procedures. The face is inevitably and inexorably under your eyes, but also under the scrutiny of others, whether acquaintances or new encounters. It also has the responsibility of making you recognizable, so much so that it is the only part of the body present on your identification documents.

The Top Three Most Common Facial Plastic Surgeries

The face is a part of the body that undergoes various treatments and surgeries, offering solutions for all ages, imperfections, and needs. If you are young, I recommend considering aesthetic medicine as a first step—excellent for prevention and improving initial imperfections.

In reality, I have just revealed the first secret to a youthful face for longer: prevention. If, on the other hand, time has already left its mark, then the right option will likely be chosen between aesthetic medicine and facial plastic surgery. However, don't think you have to choose only one or the other; both can address your needs and often enhance each other's effectiveness.

Let's leave the discussion related to aesthetic medicine to focus on the surgeries, specifically the three most frequently performed facial plastic surgeries:


Rhinoplasty is one of the most globally performed facial aesthetic surgeries, highly sought after by both men and women. In the introduction, I also mentioned facial treatments that can sometimes precede or replace surgery, such as Rhinofiller.

Why undergo rhinoplasty?

  1. The nose has a prominent place on our face.

  2. It is even more under observation than the face itself. Hence, those who dislike it are more motivated to correct it.

  3. Sometimes, the motivation is even stronger, especially when aesthetic concerns are accompanied by difficulty in breathing. The need to improve it can have two aspects:

    1. Solely aesthetic, and the solution is rhinoplasty.

    2. Functional as well. In this case, it is called septorhinoplasty.

What does it correct?

Although the nose is small, various corrections can be made:

  1. Only on the tip.

  2. Modifying the entire profile.

  3. Additionally, there might be inefficient functionality due to a deviated septum.


Eyelid surgery is often purely aesthetic but, in some cases, could also be functional.

Why undergo blepharoplasty?

The eyelids are the protective shield of the eyes and are, therefore, constantly under observation. They may not be in an optimal state due to various reasons such as ethnicity, genetics, pathologies, or simple aging, necessitating correction.

What does it correct?

It aims to improve the appearance of both upper and lower eyelids or just one of them:

  1. Upper blepharoplasty removes excess skin from the upper eyelid, which, when sagging, can become an obstacle to the field of vision.

  2. Lower blepharoplasty addresses issues such as excess lower eyelid skin or the typical protrusion of periorbital fat that characterizes the well-known "bags" under the eyes. Patients often confuse them with dark circles, but they are actually two problems that share only the area where they manifest.

Additional small surgical maneuvers can be added to these two surgeries to optimize the rejuvenation of the gaze.


The third most requested facial plastic surgery, which can take off 10-15 years, giving you a younger-looking face.

Why undergo a facelift?

Aging is inherent to human nature. Doing it well is a long and constant effort, to be undertaken from a young age and throughout life. There is no miraculous treatment or magic formula. It requires discipline. Perseverance is rewarded in the long run. It happens that due to genetics, wrong choices, or neglect, it is done poorly. The face appears tired, worn out, and perhaps "assigns" a few extra years.

  1. Before resorting to surgery, various aesthetic medicine treatments can temporarily address and solve the problem.

  2. If the situation becomes quite noticeable, then the scalpel remains the truly effective option.

  3. The first signs that bother are the contours becoming less defined, and volumes optically descending. It's not just the face that experiences sagging but often what is near it: the neck.

What does it correct?

  1. It lifts all tissues, from the most superficial to the deepest, allowing the redefinition of details and contours.

  2. It is often complemented by an increase in volumes that help the skin stretch better and appear revitalized. This step can be taken using autologous fat, extracted from the patient themselves—hence, the term lipofilling.

It is certainly a fairly invasive surgery but, as often happens, if done with skill, it can truly change the life of those who undergo it substantially. So, I have outlined the three most performed facial plastic surgeries. Rhinoplasty is a suitable solution for all ages, surpassing development and therefore 18 years. Blepharoplasty is usually a surgery that proves useful "later in time." Exceptions remain where defects are genetic or pathological. Lastly, the facelift, the queen of facial rejuvenation.

If what has been said so far has prompted you to learn more, perhaps applying the concepts discussed to yourself, come and talk to me. I can clarify and guide you.

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