Plastic surgery hasn’t shown any signs of slowing down over the last few years! Breast enhancement procedures remain among the most popular surgical options. While there are various types of breast enhancement procedures, breast augmentation with saline or silicone implants continues to be the most sought-after at Dr. Burgess’s Portland practice.
A large concern for many of Dr. Burgess’ Portland patients is a drooping brow line, as even the slightest change to the eye area can make a person look older. Aside from aging, men and women tell Dr. Burgess that their sagging brow makes them look continually tired, sad, or angry. Fortunately, Dr. Burgess performs a number of procedures, ranging from non-invasive to surgical, that can help to open the eye and restore a youthful brow line. We have found that the best and most natural results are possible when you layer two or more of these anti-aging treatments.
Dr. Burgess is excited to introduce Silhouette InstaLift to her Lake Oswego practice. Having received FDA approval this past spring, this new, breakthrough procedure lifts sagging facial skin without the need for surgery. While most anyone with some signs of aging could benefit from Silhouette InstaLift, some may benefit more than others.
Occasionally we have Breast and Body Events where we highlight two of our most common breast surgeries, breast augmentation and breast lift (mastopexy). These can often can be done in conjunction with one another, if you are a good candidate.
If you have thought about having breast augmentation or breast lift, we are sure that there are a lot of questions going through your mind. We hear a variety of reasons why women come in for a consultation, when they try to describe their goals. Some simply want to look and feel more natural. Some want to restore what they once had, prior to breast feeding, weight changes or the natural process of aging. Others want a very round, augmented look.
Dr. Burgess just returned from a cleft lip and palate mission in the Philippines with Clawson Medical Missions. Free surgical care was delivered to 50 children and young adults with the assistance of the Gift of Life Organization and Rotary. One young, 23 year old woman just wanted her speech to be improved after palate repair so that she could get a job. Other children just wanted to be able to go to school, since some affected children are not allowed to go to school by their families. Either way, the parents and children were really happy to see us back again this year but I think our surgical team missed them the most.