But what if something about your face doesn’t make you feel like the real you?
In The Park Avenue Face, dual board-certified facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon Dr. Andrew Jacono reveals how to achieve flawless, undetectable plastic surgery so you can fix what you don’t like, restore what you’ve lost, or prevent signs of aging.
From his elite Park Avenue aesthetic surgery center, Dr. Jacono has enhanced tens of thousands of faces not by prescribing an arbitrary standard of beauty, but by amplifying each patient’s individual beauty for totally natural results. A global authority in advanced facial plastic surgery, he has presented clinical research and conducted live surgery in front of peer audiences at over 100 plastic surgery symposiums around the world, including at Harvard, Yale and Stanford Universities.
Now, he’s ready to share his expertise with you.
High-end Park Avenue clients want to fight the signs of aging while highlighting their best features. They want lips that look like their own lips, eyes that look like their own eyes. They want facial features in line with their ethnicities. Park Avenue clients want to look powerful yet approachable, wise yet fresh, and above all, natural. With Dr. Andrew Jacono’s advice, you can have the Park Avenue Face no matter who you are or where you live.
The Park Avenue Face also highlights a trend unique to the United States—a distinct difference between conceptions of beauty on the west coast versus the east coast. Where the West Coast Style is often about changing your personal signature, the East Coast Style prioritizes maintaining your personal signature. Through this up-close look at coastal trends, the reader will learn how to define and achieve a natural look—a face that reflects the person they have always been, and the person they strive to be, not someone they don’t recognize in the mirror.
If you want a face with character and depth that looks ageless and don’t want a stretched, artificial or generic look, Dr. Jacono will show you how to get there. If you are considering any kind of facial enhancement, from minor and non-invasive treatments such as simple injections or a laser treatment to more involved surgical procedures such as a full-on facelift, this is your resource. The Park Avenue Face will show you how to avoid the quacks, the fads, the financial waste, and the dangers. Dr. Jacono will help you determine how you want to look and how best to get there.
Featuring fascinating patient anecdotes, dozens of before-and-after photographs showing what the various procedures can accomplish and line drawings by veteran medical illustrator William Winn, this comprehensive guide will fully prepare you to step into a doctor’s office and discuss your facial enhancement options. You’ll know how each treatment works, how long you will take to recover, and how much change you can expect.
If there is something about your face you think is holding you back—decide if making a change is right for you. Let The Park Avenue Face guide you to becoming your best you.
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About the Author
Dr. Jacono has presented clinical research and conducted live surgery in front of peer audiences at over 100 plastic surgery meetings and symposiums around the world and has delivered lectures on his innovative facelifting, eyelid lifting, and rhinoplasty techniques at the most prestigious universities in America. He has also published extensively in medical literature, with more than 50 articles appearing in peer-reviewed journals, including Aesthetic Surgery Journal, JAMA Facial Plastic Surgery and Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. A Castle Connolly Top Doctor, Dr. Jacono also has been elected as one of America's Top Plastic Surgeons by the Consumers Research Council of America and Super Doctors. He has appeared on Good Morning America, Anderson, CNBC and CNN and in USA Today, Harper’s Bazaar, Town & Country, Departures, Huffington Post, Parade, O, The Oprah Magazine, Marie Claire and GQ, among others. In addition to his aesthetic work, Dr. Jacono volunteers for numerous charity organizations aimed at helping children throughout the world with limited medical and financial resources receive surgeries, including cleft lip and palate reconstruction.
Table of ContentsContentsIntroductionHow to Use this Book
PART ICHOOSING A LOOK FOR YOUR LIFESTYLE
Chapter 1. East Coast Versus West Coast: What’s Your Beauty Style?What Patients WantThe East Coast StyleThe West Coast Style
Chapter 2. It’s All About ProportionProportion Defines BeautyUsing the Golden Ratio to get the Proportions You Want
PART II PLASTIC SURGERY 101: THE BASICS
Chapter 3. Quacks, Scams, and Botched Faces: How to Avoid Becoming a Plastic Surgery VictimStep One: Take Your Internal TemperatureStep Two: Don’t Be the First One on the BandwagonStep Three: If It’s on TV at Midnight (or Any Time), Step Away from Your Credit CardStep Four: Ask Others for Good RecommendationsStep Five: Use RealSelf.com as a ResourceStep Six: Read ReviewsStep Seven: Choose a Specialist and Fully Vet Your SurgeonStep Eight: Look at Online Before-and-After Photographs with a Critical EyeStep Nine: Be Vigilant During Your ConsultationStep Ten: Trust Your Gut
Chapter 4. Begin with the SkinSkin FundamentalsProtecting Your Skin from the SunTopical Skin Care for Aging SkinThe Beauty Diet: Six Super Antioxidants and Nutrients for Aging SkinIn-Office Skin Resurfacing: Peels, Mechanical Exfoliation, IPL Therapy, and Lasers
Chapter 5. Nonsurgical Facial Rejuvenation with Injectable TreatmentsInjectable FillersFat Transfer/Stem Cell FaceliftInjectable Fat Dissolver: KybellaInjectable Wrinkle Relaxers: Botox, Dysport, and Xeomin
PART IIIFINDING THE SURGICAL PROCEDURE THAT IS RIGHT FOR YOU
Chapter 6. Open Your EyesWhat Happens to Your Eyes as You AgeNonsurgical Eyelid LiftsSurgical Eyelid Lifts (Blepharoplasty)Unique Characteristics for Asian Eyes Eyelid Surgery for MenBotched Upper Eyelid Surgery: What Can Go Wrong and How to Fix ItBotched Lower Eyelid Surgery: What Can Go Wrong and How to Fix ItWhat Happens to Your Forehead/Brow as You AgeNonsurgical Forehead/Brow ProceduresSurgical Forehead/Brow Lifts Forehead/Brow Lifts for MenBotched Forehead/Brow Lifts: What Can Go Wrong and How to Fix ItWhat to Expect After Eyelid and Forehead/Brow Surgery
Chapter 7. Perfect Your NoseUnderstanding Your Nasal Anatomy Before RhinoplastyWhat Happens to Your Nose as You AgeNonsurgical Nose Job (Liquid Rhinoplasty)Surgical Nose Job (Rhinoplasty)Unique Characteristics for Rhinoplasty Rhinoplasty for MenBotched Rhinoplasty: What Can Go Wrong and How to Fix ItWhat to Expect After Rhinoplasty Surgery
Chapter 8. Do Your Lips a ServiceNatural Lip Aesthetics: The Importance of ProportionWhat Happens to Your Lips as You AgeNonsurgical Lip ProceduresSurgical Lip ProceduresLip Augmentation Surgeries Lip Lifts Lip Procedures for MenBotched Lip Procedures: What Can Go Wrong and How to Fix ItWhat to Expect After Lip Surgery
Chapter 9. Your Face as Sculpture: Shaping Cheeks, Chins, Ears, and HairlinesYour Facial Skeleton StructureWhat Happens to Your Facial Structure as You AgeNonsurgical Cheek and Chin AugmentationSurgical Procedures for Cheeks, Chins, and JawsForehead Rejuvenation Unique Characteristics for Asian Facial Restructuring Facial Restructuring for MenBotched Facial Structure Surgery: What Can Go Wrong and How to Fix ItWhat to Expect After Facial Structure SurgeryDon’t Forget About Your EarsNonsurgical Ear ProceduresSurgical Ear ProceduresWhat to Expect After Ear SurgeryRestoring Your HairlineWhat Happens to Your Hair as You AgeNonsurgical Hair Restoration ProceduresSurgical Hair Restoration ProceduresWhat to Expect After Hair Restoration Surgery
Chapter 10. Jawlines and Necks that Defy GravityWhat Happens to Your Jawline and Neck as You AgeNonsurgical Jawline and Neck ProceduresSurgical Jawline and Neck Procedures Jawline and Neck Procedures for MenBotched Neck Surgery: What Can Go Wrong and How to Fix ItWhat to Expect After Jawline and Neck Surgery
Chapter 11. Don’t Fear the FaceliftWhat Happens to Your Face as You AgeSurgical Facelift ProceduresMini Facelifts (Short Scar and S-Lift)SMAS FaceliftsDeep Plane and MADE FaceliftsOther FaceliftsEndoscopic Midface LiftsUnique Characteristics for Asian Facelifts Unique Characteristics for African American Facelifts Facelifts for MenBotched Facelifts: What Can Go Wrong and How to Fix ItWhat to Expect After Facelift Surgery
Chapter 12. Anesthesia and HealingAnesthesia: General or Local? Pre-Surgery Dos and Don’tsHomeopathic Healing and Hyperbaric Oxygen
ConclusionAcknowledgmentsAbout the AuthorIndex