DESERT BLOOM PLASTIC SURGERY
One of the most common questions that we get regarding any surgery we do is how to maintain/clean the incisions from the patient’s surgery. The answer is really simple. We ask that you clean the incisions from your surgery 2-3 times daily while emphasizing in the morning and the evening before heading to sleep. All you need to do is mix a solution of Hydrogen Peroxide and tap water (50/50), just a few teaspoons of each. You will then have the solution and have a few Q-Tips or gause soaking for a short amount of time. You will then use
A key indicator that flags your face as looking tired or drained can be hollowness under the eyes. This is a normal occurrence with age where the natural fat pads anatomically found under the eyes migrate downward due to decreased strength of retaining ligaments. These shifts can leave behind prominent bone structure, and shadows that weren’t there before. To treat this, hyaluronic acid fillers are a great option. This area, known as the tear trough, is injected with the appropriate filler using a cannula (or a blunt tip needle) that reaches from the cheek up into the under eye region.
Have stubborn dark spots from a summer in the sun? Photofacials are the perfect solution! Photofacials, also known as IPL (Intense Pulse Light), correct damage caused by those penetrating sun rays. This laser treatment specifically targets pigment in the skin, so it is ideal for lighter skin types with hyperpigmentation concerns. After treatment, patients will notice that their pigmented lesions will continue to darken over the next 1-2 weeks and will naturally slough off like coffee grounds when they reach the surface of the skin. This photorejuvenation process will give an instant tightening effect and smooth complexion. Patient results may