August 13, 2013
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Since our faces are often the first places to show signs of aging, many patients seek procedures to reduce the appearance of wrinkles, fine lines, sagging skin, and sun damage. In Up in Cumming Magazine’s August 2013 issue, Atlanta plastic and reconstructive surgeon Dr. Hunter Moyer answers frequently asked questions on facial cosmetic surgery and discusses both surgical and non-surgical options available at his practice at Northside Forsyth.
His wide range of treatments include non-surgical procedures such as Botox® and facial fillers, which are short, minimally invasive injections that help smooth wrinkles and lines. Additionally, Dr. Moyer offers chemical peels and laser skin resurfacing, which can tighten facial skin and address uneven skin tone, acne, scarring, and hyperpigmentation. Many patients choose these beneficial, minimally invasive procedures due to their practically non-existent downtime.
For patients with more comprehensive skin concerns, Dr. Moyer performs surgical procedures such as brow lift and facelift surgery to remove excess skin and fat from areas of the face. He also can rejuvenate eyes by removing hanging, excess skin from the upper eyelids and under-eye bags that contribute to a tired appearance with Blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery). In addition to information about procedures, Dr. Moyer also provides helpful, proactive tips to prevent facial aging, such as continually wearing sunscreen and moisturizer, maintaining a healthy diet, avoiding smoking, and attaining a good night’s sleep.
If you are interested in facial rejuvenation treatments or any other cosmetic procedure, please contact us today to schedule a consultation. Also be sure to connect with Dr. Moyer on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ for more updates and news on plastic surgery.