Dr. Robert Sheffield Details A Variety Of Options To Acheive Facial Rejuvenation For Patients In Santa Barbara

Santa Barbara, CA – Dr. Robert Sheffield is an expert plastic surgeon providing surgical and non-surgical facelift procedures. He focuses more on facelift procedures without surgery because of their healing time. However, patients can proceed with the facelift Santa Barbara or rhytidectomy procedure to remove the visible signs of aging from the head and neck regions. It alters the physical appearance permanently. Patients before opting for this procedure have a variety of questions.

Dr. Sheffield mentions patients ask their certain questions during the consultation such as, “What can be expected after the procedure? Do you show me ‘before’ and ‘after’ photos? How much time is needed off from work, and can the surgery be tailor-made according to the specific requirements? What are different types of facelift procedures available or suitable for them? Am I too old for a facelift, are there any good or bad candidates? What is the longevity of the facelift procedure? What will be expected after the surgery?”

Dr. Robert W. Sheffield believes, “We want patients to feel confident and youthful after surgery. They can ask as many questions as required from me before getting the surgical procedure. A few patients want little touch-ups, so I suggest the non-surgical facelift. Patients in their 40s and 50s are the right candidates. We can personalize the whole procedure for them.”

Get The Non-Surgical Facelift With Injectable Fillers At SB Aesthetics Medical Spa

Patients looking forward to affordable treatment and the aging and fine lines are not much noticeable can get the non-surgical facelift procedure. Botox Santa Barbara and other injectable fillers are used to perform this procedure. The healing time is less, and one can go to work without hassle. It helps with skin tightening, resurfacing, and giving a youthful glow. This procedure requires touch-ups after every three to six months depending on the injectables.

Look Your Absolute Best With The Awake Facelift Procedure In Santa Barbara Region

Robert W. Sheffield, MD FACS – Plastic Surgery Santa Barbara provides patients with a more youthful and natural-looking appearance to create a refreshed appearance. When compared to a facelift under general anesthesia, the Santa Barbara local anesthesia facelift procedure is a faster, safer, and more affordable operation. It aids in increasing patient self-confidence and redefines the entire natural appearance.

“We perform this surgery alongside others like upper blepharoplasty, neck lift, and brow lift. All of these treatments use local anesthesia, which is safer and has a quicker recovery. The patient is awake throughout the entire process. We have a thorough discussion with the patients to ascertain their level of candidacy before performing the short scar facelift procedure.”says Dr. Sheffield. A personalized cosmetic treatment strategy is provided by Dr. Sheffield, who also covers any possible risks. “It aids in patients’ quicker healing and properly conceals any minor scarring that may exist.” He further went on to say.

By employing these less invasive and risky anesthetic techniques, Dr. Robert W. Sheffield is renowned for boosting his patients’ trust. He thinks that giving his patients a local blepharoplasty will give them a more natural-looking result rather than one that has been “worked on.”

About Dr. Robert Sheffield

A Santa Barbara-based plastic surgeon, Dr. Sheffield provides rejuvenating facelift procedures at his SB Aesthetics Medical Spa Santa Barbara. Schedule the appointment through info@sbaesthetics.com or reach out to him at https://sbaesthetics.com/.

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