Beverly Hills Facial Rejuvenation
We all want to look our best, and few places on earth offer women and men the range of options as the world famous city of Beverly Hills – and few doctors have as much experience in that area as Payam Jarrah-Nejad, M.D., F.I.C.S., F.A.C.S., better known to his patients as Dr. J.
Why You Might Get Beverly Hills Facial Rejuvenation
Beverly Hills facial rejuvenation with Dr. J covers a wide range of treatments and surgeries, including facelifts, Botox, facial fillers, and more. The doctor employs state-of-the-art imaging software which can give you a clearer picture of what you will look like once the procedure has completed its course. And don’t believe the stereotypes! Dr. J’s facial rejuvenation patients are growing more and more diverse, with both men and women from all walks of life increasingly taking advantage of these procedures.
Types of Facial Rejuvenation Procedures
- Facelift Surgery (Rhytidectomy)
- Eyelid Lifts (Blepharoplasty)
- Brow Lifts
- Chin Augmentation
- Neck Lifts
- Botox (Injection)
- Juvederm (Facial Filler)
- Restylane (Facial Filler)
- Chemical Peels
- Lip Augmentation
How It Works
Procedures have never been safer but, of course, as with any medical undertaking, there is always a very small possibility of a complication. Before undergoing any procedure, Dr. J always takes the time to explain exactly how a procedure works and all of the benefits and risks associated with Beverly Hills facial rejuvenation.
The duration and extent of the recovery varies greatly depending on the procedures involved. Botox, for example, is a non-invasive injectable procedure, which takes only about 30 minutes and which typically begins to work within 24-72 hours. If you have a face lift surgery, on the other hand, the recovery period will naturally be longer and more involved. Patients will have drainage tubes in place after the operation, and pain medication as well as antibiotics are going to be involved. There will be some swelling and bruising, but that will disappear over time. Patients should be fully recovered within 4 months.