Eyelid surgery in Chicago is one of the most popular facial rejuvenation procedures performed today. During the procedure, wrinkles and fine lines on the upper and lower eyelids are smoothed out while loose, heavy skin is removed. The result is a softer and youthful appearance. When performed for cosmetic reasons, upper eyelid surgery cannot be covered by medical insurance. However, if the procedure is deemed medically necessary, it can be covered by insurance. Chicago plastic surgeon Dr. Mohammed Alghoul explains more in this blog post.
Fat Grafting to the Face Fat grafting is a minimally invasive procedure that restores the youthful volume and contour to the eyes and face. Our face is made of fat compartments that are responsible for its shape and contour. As we age, we lose some of this fat and as a result our faces become deflated and loose projection. Volume loss is one of the stigmata of facial aging and it affects several areas of the face. Areas where the facial volume and fat dissipates include: Cheek, Temple, area around the eyes, area around the mouth, and Jaw line. To… Continue Reading →
Dr. Mohammed Alghoul is a renowned plastic and reconstructive surgeon who specializes in eyelid surgery. Although the facial rejuvenation procedure is popular for removing excess, drooping skin on the eyelids and thus restoring a bright and youthful appearance to the eyes and overall facial appearance, it is also used for medical reasons. In this blog post, Dr. Alghoul discusses when eyelid surgery is considered to be a medical necessity.
According to the latest statistics, procedures involving fat grafting, also known as fat transfer, are increasingly in-demand. Fat grafting involves transferring fat from one body area to enhance another area, such as the face. The procedure is an alternative to both invasive procedures involving implants and minimally invasive treatments involving facial filler products. In this blog post, Chicago plastic surgeon Dr. Mohammed Alghoul shares more information on fat grafting, including its benefits.
Mommy makeover is a plastic surgery treatment designed to reverse the cosmetic effects of pregnancy and breastfeeding. Some mothers who are interested in having a mommy makeover still plan on having more children. Understandably, these women want to know whether it is safe to do so. In this blog post, Chicago plastic surgeon Dr. Mohammed Alghoul discusses this topic in detail.
If you are considering facelift surgery, it’s important to have the right expectations. Have you thoroughly researched the procedure? Dr. Mohammed Alghoul is a Chicago plastic surgeon that has helped patients rejuvenate their appearance through facelift surgery. Here, he breaks down five of the most important things to know about facelift.
The most recent cosmetic surgery procedures statistics published by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons showed that the number of men undergoing a cosmetic procedure is actually on the rise. Despite that, there are definitely less men pursuing eyelid surgery compared to women, and this could be explained by several reasons, but the ones I hear frequently are fear of down time and changing the eye appearance. Men who pursue eyelid surgery are two types, those who wait until the upper lid skin is so saggy that it droops over their eyes and as a result obstructs their vision. In… Continue Reading →
No matter what type of cosmetic surgery procedure you are pursuing, a healthy diet is an essential part of your pre-op and post-op care. Knowing what foods to eat and avoid provide a range of benefits, including a successful surgery, optimal results and a quick recovery. In this blog post, Chicago plastic surgeon Mohammed Alghoul goes over the top foods that should be avoided before surgery (and he offers some alternatives).
According to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, approximately 35 million Americans suffer from migraines. Migraines are recurring headaches, ranging from moderate or severe throbbing to pulsing pain. Chicago plastic surgeon Dr. Mohammed Alghoul understands that living with chronic migraine headaches can negatively affect one’s quality of life. The leading plastic surgeon offers Botox to patients who suffer from chronic migraines. In this blog post, Dr. Alghoul shares more information on Botox and explains how the injectable can help relieve migraine pain.
Even people who are the most diligent about wearing sunscreen can experience sun damage on the skin over time. Years of overexposure to the sun’s harmful UV rays can dull the skin and cause premature wrinkles and fine lines to form. If you are seeing signs of sun damage surface on your skin, consider one of the following non-surgical cosmetic treatments for a rejuvenated appearance.