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Innovations Facial Plastic Surgery Founded in 2007, the team at Innovations Facial Plastic Surgery is dedicated to providing our patients with safe, effective surgical and non-surgical treatments for the face. As a double board certified facial plastic surgeon, Dr. Verret focuses on the relationship he builds with each patient while helping them understand the procedure process.

Our primary goal is to help our patients through the power of facial plastic surgery to gain confidence and a younger look through the most safe, effective, and appropriate procedure for them.
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read more › Thank you again for visiting our practice in Plano, Texas. Based upon Dr. Verret's experience and the experience of many other facial plastic surgeons, we have put together some guidelines for you to use around the time of your procedure. In the Before the Procedure section, you will notice some useful information regarding medications to be aware of, getting prepared for surgery, and what you can eat before surgery. In our After the Procedure area, we have put together some helpful tips about what to expect from surgery and guides for after procedure activities.

read more › Stop clear liquid intake at least 4 hours before surgery. Examples of clear liquids include, but are not limited to, water, fruit juices without pulp, carbonated beverages, clear tea, and black coffee. Coffee with milk, creamer, or any other additive is considered a solid food, not a clear liquid. These liquids should not include alcohol. Solid foods and non-human milk should not be taken 6 hours or more before surgery. Heavy foods such as fried or fatty foods should not be taken 8 or more hours before surgery.

read more › Certain over the counter medications can effect the ability of the body to form blood clots and stop bleeding. The following list is some of over the counter medications which are known to cause an increase in bleeding tendencies and should be avoided two weeks before and two weeks after surgery. This is not a comprehensive list as most over the counter medications have not been tested for their effects on bleeding or photosensitivity. If you have any questions about medications you are taking, please talk with Dr. Verret.

read more › There will be a mild to moderate amount of pain and discomfort associated with the blepharoplasty (eyelid) surgery. This should be easily controlled with oral medications. Tylenol with codeine (or equivalent if allergy to codeine exists) is generally sufficient for pain control. The discomfort and pain should begin to decrease within 48 hours after surgery and a significant increase in pain after this period should prompt you to call the office. Bruising and swelling are not unusual after the surgery.

read more › There will be a mild to moderate amount of pain and discomfort associated with the surgery. This should be easily controlled with oral medications. Tylenol with codeine (or equivalent if allergy to codeine exists) is generally sufficient for pain control. The discomfort and pain should begin to decrease within 48 hours after surgery and a significant increase in pain after this period should prompt you to call the office. You may notice some slight drainage from the small incisions in your scalp for the first 2 to 3 days after your surgery.

read more › There will be a mild to moderate amount of discomfort associated with the procedure. This should be easily controlled with oral medications. Tylenol with codeine (or equivalent if allergy to codeine exists) is generally always sufficient for pain control. Occasionally, using a medication to help you sleep may be useful for the first 7 to 10 days after the peel. After the peeling surgery, pain should really not be a major problem for you. The skin often feels like it has been sunburned. After the initial application of the peel solution, you will feel a stinging pain for a few minutes.

read more › There will be a mild to moderate amount of discomfort associated with the surgery. This should be easily controlled with oral medications. Tylenol with codeine (or equivalent if allergy to codeine exists) is generally always sufficient for pain control. Occasionally, using a medication to help you sleep may be useful for the first 7 to 10 days after the surgery. After the surgery, pain should really not be a major problem for you. As long as the resurfaced area is not allowed to dry out, you should experience only slight pain, if at all.

read more › There will be a mild to moderate amount of pain and discomfort associated with the surgery. This should be easily controlled with oral medications. The discomfort and pain should begin to decrease within 48 hours after surgery and a significant increase in pain after this period should prompt you to call the office. All incisions that are made in the skin will heal by forming a scar. Dr. Verret will always make your incision as hidden as possible. Secondary procedures on scars (dermabrasion, laser resurfacing or scar revision) may be suggested by Dr. Verret to further camouflage it.

read more › There will be a mild to moderate amount of pain and discomfort associated with the surgery. This should be easily controlled with oral medications. Tylenol with codeine (or equivalent if allergy to codeine exists) is generally sufficient for pain control. The discomfort and pain should begin to decrease within 48 hours after surgery and a significant increase in pain after this period should prompt you to call the office. Bruising and swelling are not unusual after the surgery. These symptoms may worsen on the second day; this is normal.

read more › After your operation, a bulky bandage dressing will be wrapped around your head, fully covering the ears. There will be a fair amount of pressure associated with this dressing. There will be a mild to moderate amount of pain and discomfort associated with the surgery. This should be easily controlled with oral medications. Most children require only plain Tylenol (acetaminophen, Tempra). Tylenol with codeine (or equivalent if allergy to codeine exists) is generally always sufficient for adults.

read more › The effects of aging are inevitable, and, often, the brow and forehead area show the first signs. The skin begins to lose its elasticity. Sun, wind, and the pull of gravity all affect the face, resulting in frown lines, wrinkling across the forehead, and an increasing heaviness of the eyebrows. Even people in their thirties may have faces that look older than their years. Your tired, angry, or sad expression may not reflect how you actually feel. As a result, many people have opted for a procedure known as the forehead lift.

read more › Eyes are a prominent facial feature. It is the surrounding skin, rather than the eyes themselves, that conveys emotion. The tissue, muscle, fat, hair and lashes all contribute to the wide array of expressions. Age, sun exposure and hereditary factors all contribute to wrinkles, deep lines and puffiness around the eyes. The aging process can cause unwanted changes in expression, causing us to look permanently fatigued and older than we really are. These changes in appearance can cause emotional distress and sometimes even visual impairment.

read more › Aging of the face is inevitable. As the years go by, the skin begins to loosen on the face and neck. Crow's feet appear at the corners of the eyes. Fine forehead lines become creases and then, gradually, deeper folds. The jawline softens into jowls, and beneath the chin, another chin or vertical folds appear at the front of the neck. Heredity, personal habits, the pull of gravity, and sun exposure contribute to the aging of the face. As the aging population grows, it is obvious why rhytidectomy, or facelift, has become the third most desired facial plastic surgical procedure.

read more › The Innovations Lift was designed with today's busy individual's lifestyle in mind. It is an office based facial rejuvenation surgical mini face lift procedure designed to take off years in a matter of minutes. The procedure is performed in the office using local anesthesia, similar to the medications used by dentists. Because the procedure is less invasive than classic facelift techniques, downtime is minimized and patients return to their daily activities quickly. The Innovations Lift is designed to turn back the clock.

read more › A well defined chin helps give balance to the face and creates a major part of one's profile. When people look in the mirror, most focus on the size and shape of their noses, their ears, sagging jowls, or fine wrinkling of the skin. But even though few examine their chins with the same discerning eye, having a "weak chin" is certainly not an asset. Surgeons who specialize in rhinoplasty, or surgery of the nose, are often the first to suggest that changes in chin size or shape may enhance a profile as much as rhinoplasty.

read more › Probably no other physical characteristic cries out for facial plastic surgery more than protruding ears. Children, long the victims of cruel nicknames like "Dumbo" or "Mickey Mouse, " are the most likely candidates for otoplasty, but this surgery can be performed at any age after the ears have reached full size, usually around five to six years of age. Even if the ears are only mildly distorted, the condition can lead to self-consciousness and poor adaptation to school. When it comes to otoplasty, conventional wisdom is the earlier the better.

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