Dr. Shah Plastic Surgery

Dr. Shah, Plastic Surgeon San Antonio, Explains How Subtle Changes to Face Improve Looks

Minute changes to the nasal tissue or even a simple ear surgery can alter your looks and take years off your age, says Dr. Shah, a board certified plastic surgeon.


San Antonio, TX -- (SBWIRE) -- 08/21/2014 -- There are hundreds of simple surgeries that can drastically improve your looks and make people feel confident about their looks. Subtle procedures such as correcting the upper eye lid or contouring the lower eye lid to remove redundant skin etc. can not only make the patient look young but also correct impaired vision.

“Cosmetic surgery is perfect to fine tune a flawed look and boost self esteem. A minor surgery to improve your smile or correct your droopy eyelids can do wonders to the way you look. Similarly, injecting Botox can help to get rid of Crow’s feet or lift up laugh lines on the cheeks,” says a spokesperson at Dr. Shah’s Plastic Surgery Clinic. Dr. Shah is a double Board Certified specialist who was recognized as one among the Top Ten physicians in the US last year.

Although conventional treatments such as liposuction continue to remain popular, the trend now is to opt for procedures such as the Vaser ultrasound liposuction. It not only shrinks the skin under the jaw but also makes it appear toned and tighter than before. Similarly, PDS Rhinoplasty is a treatment that makes use of the PDS plate that helps to sculpt the patient’s face without removing cartilage from elsewhere.

“We also offer non surgical Rhinoplasty where minor irregularities and deviation can be treated. Botox injections can help to correct a gummy smile or prevent sweat production when injected into the underarm or in the palm,” adds the spokesperson. From sculpting a chiseled jaw line to getting a neck lift, there are hundreds of procedures that can make you look younger and smarter.

About Dr. Shah’s Plastic Surgery Clinic in San Antonio
Dr. Anand Shah is the Assistant Clinical Professor in the Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at UTHSCSA. He is certified by the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and the American Board of Head and Neck Surgery and Otolaryngology. Dr. Shah is also an active contributor to the Operation Smile campaign that helps correct cleft lip and palate in needy individuals.

To know more, visit, http://www.drshahplasticsurgery.com