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“D.C. Butt Doctor”, Dr. Shlomo Widder, Shares Facial Options in Cosmetic Surgery

July 31, 2013

With facial procedures on the rise in the United States and abroad, Northern Virginia’s go –to plastic surgeon, Dr. Widder, shares safe options for facial cosmetic surgery.

Vienna, VA (PRWEB) July 31, 2013

Facial enhancements have always been sought after by those seeking beauty. Women in India are taking great lengths to look their best in their Facebook profile pictures by opting for a variety of cosmetic procedures including facelifts and chin augmentation. The American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) reported facial rejuvenation experienced the most growth of any minimally invasive procedures in 2012. With facial procedures on the rise in the United States and abroad, Northern Virginia’s go –to plastic surgeon, Dr. Widder, shares safe options for facial cosmetic surgery.

There are a variety of options to achieve an "ideal" face. Fat injections, restylane injections, and MACS facelift surgery are among the most popular. Dr. Widder has never been an advocate of fat injections for the buttocks and feels the same about the poor technique for facial enhancements. "Unfortunately, it is not very reliable even in those smaller amounts. It is being done extensively on the face, but it doesn’t always last," said Dr. Widder.

Instead of the fat injections Dr. Widder suggests the use of "MACS" facelift technique, or Maximal Access Cranial Suspension, to achieve lasting, natural looking results, "Through this technique, I lift up the fat of the face that has descended from its youthful and natural position and I bring it up to where it belongs. So with my facelift, I don’t really need to do fat injection. If you bring up the fatty tissue that has moved downward due to aging and gravity to areas where the patient has concavities and depressions, it fills them up. That’s viable tissue. It has good circulation and there’s no risk of losing the fat. So, my facelift is very effective without fat injection."

Another option is Restylane (hyaluronic acid) injections which lasts 6 to 8 months. Widder prefers this technique for filling the nasolabial fold, "If you repeat it after 3 months, it might last 18 months. Unlike fat the Restylane is guaranteed to stay, but for a limited amount of time. So far, most of my patients prefer the Restylane to fat injections. They like the assurance. They might have a party or some other event to go to and they want to look good. For example, I have a patient who is going abroad to visit family and she wants to show up looking great. She came to have the Restylane because there’s no bruising and no downtime. Fat injection is surgery. You have bruising, you have swelling, and you have down time."

To learn more about facelifts using Restylane or fat injection contact Dr. Widder at Widder Cosmetic and Plastic Surgery which servers the greater D.C. and Northern Virginia area. Call: (703) 506-0300

Dr. Widder is the only plastic surgeon in the Northern Virginia area offering buttock implants. The "Butt Doctor" of D.C. has made it his mission to help men and women achieve the perfect posterior.

About Widder Cosmetic & Plastic Surgery:

Serving the Northern Virginia area, Washington D.C. metropolitan area and beyond in cosmetic and plastic surgery procedures for more than 25 years, Dr. Widder is an established member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons and the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. His surgery center is accredited by the AAAASF. Dr. Widder’s office provides free consultations at their luxurious 3,300 square foot facility. Their services include Face Lift, Facial Implants, cheek, chin, eyelids surgery, Otoplasty Ear Tuck, Botox and Facial Fillers, Liposuction, Breast Augmentation, Breast Reduction and Breast Lift, Pectoral Implants, Gynecomastia Surgery, Calf Implants, Rhinoplasty, and they’re the only plastic surgery center in the area offering buttock implants. For more information about The D.C. Butt Doctor visit: http://www.widderplasticsurgery.com.

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