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... geox, What was the distance between your cheeks?? Did you do anything about it? Does everything look normal now? (10 replies)
... I had a cheek lift early in 2006. They hit some key nerves on one side of the face. One cheek/one eye wa7s lower than the other side for about 7 months. The amount of paralysis depends on how bad the nerves were hit. Anyway, most will correct in two weeks from what I understand. (10 replies)
... Has anyone suffered paralysis as result of a SMAS lift? ... (10 replies)

... I'm also anxious to hear how this all turns out. Am getting to where botox doesn't do it all for my face anymore and I might look into this. My doc showed me some pics of his facial surgeries last time I inquired about blepharoplasty and he showed me the people post-op(!) My, how the various parts of the face swell and react in diff ways, but they do very much heal... (10 replies)
... I remember someone posting here, that they had lost hearing in one of there ears, after a neck lift. ... (10 replies)
... Not to keep buggin ya, good, but I sure hope your doctor does any corrective work for free. I think swelling can really obscure what's actually there, though, and you might be very happy with the final results. If not, do pursue that left side in a very assertive (but patient and polite, lol) way with her. I can tell you, my last lip injections three weeks ago, I thought,... (10 replies)
... Dapple, Positive results can be achieved IF you select the correct ps and the correct fl procedure. All of the literature that I reviewed support the SAMS procedure because it lifts the fat pads and re-positions them on your face. Afterwards, the skin is draped over the face and any extra skin is removed. This procedure gives a rejuvenated appearance instead of a... (10 replies)
... Your progress is sounding very postive, goodface. Yep, botox just doesn't last, but I have been kinda scared to move beyond that. I went to one doc for a consultation who does blepharoplasties pretty much exclusively and he said he's had a number of people coming to him who have gone to docs who took too much. Then he must graph skin off the patient's thigh and put it... (10 replies)
... Dapple, Yes, they do heal themselves but it does take time. I am seeing progress. I went to my ps yesterday and had the stitches removed. She said that there is some small movement in the muscle above the mouth because I can now form my mouth in a whistle. I am massaging it gently. I view botox and restylane as money down the drain. They not permanant and the... (10 replies)
... Thanks to both of you for the encoursging words. Seveal people have said that for the immobility occurred on one side only. (10 replies)
... I'd wait it out, the two weeks--the face is very sensitive and you've just had it operated on. But not sure why one side of your face is mobile and not the other. (10 replies)

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