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6D Facial Rejuvenation Surgery, including Meloplasty / Rhytidectomy Sydney Services, by Dr. Niro S.

6D rejuvenation of the face refers to the skin amount, elasticity, feeling upon touch, surface appearance, thickness and uniformity of colour. It is the most comprehensive rejuvenation offering for the face.

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Dr. Niro, a caring 6D Facial Rejuvenation Surgery, including Meloplasty / Rhytidectomy Sydney Doctor with a reputation that precedes him.

Dr. Niro, the creator of the “Be Noticed, Not Known®” cosmetic surgery approach, has been practicing for almost 2 decades. During this time, he has delivered life-changing results for his 6D Facial Rejuvenation Surgery, including Meloplasty / Rhytidectomy clients in Sydney.

Dr. Niro completed his bachelor’s and medical degrees from King’s College London and University College London, respectively, and worked across a variety of surgical specialities. This was followed by a 2-year higher fellowship in general cosmetic surgery in Australia, and then a 2-year ‘super-specialty’ surgical fellowship.

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What is 6D Facial Rejuvenation Surgery, including Meloplasty / Rhytidectomy?

6D Facial Rejuvenation has two main areas of concern to achieve optimal results for each individual: Facial Rejuvenation and Contouring.

Facial Rejuvenation

When a human sees another human; within milliseconds, they form a decision about the other person. This is innate and this has evolved over millennia.
There are a number of considerations that help us to make that snap decision. For example, the uniformity or homogeneity of the skin colour and texture. This is perhaps the most important thing, the volume of the soft tissues of the face, the position of the soft tissues of the face and redundancy of skin or loose skin. This all affects the way that the person is viewed by another person.

Facial Contouring

A key ethos Dr Niro has trademarked is to ‘be noticed and not known’. One should be noted for their elegance, not known for their exaggerated looks. And perhaps the best example of this relates to the current trend with overinflated lips. In my opinion, a natural look is the best look. We need to try and give a bit more volume where perhaps with age volume has been lost.
Good definition, good pout, good proportion. These are all elements that give that natural shape to the lip. The volume or proportion of the upper lip to the lower lip can vary according to ethnicity as well.

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6D Facial Rejuvenation Surgery, including Meloplasty / Rhytidectomy & Safety

Your safety is paramount to Dr. Niro and his team. Watch the video below to learn more about Dr. Niro's approach to safety during 6D Facial Rejuvenation Surgery, including Meloplasty / Rhytidectomy and other procedures.

Furthermore, Dr. Niro believes that each individual patient must be involved in the decision-making process of undertaking 6D Facial Rejuvenation Surgery, including Meloplasty / Rhytidectomy, and it is the role of the cosmetic surgeon to ensure that the decision is ‘informed’.

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Why undertake 6D Facial Rejuvenation Surgery, including Meloplasty / Rhytidectomy with Dr. Niro

Dr. Niro takes great pride in offering an unrushed, bespoke approach to patient care, and believe that one size does ‘not’ fit all when it comes to 6D Facial Rejuvenation Surgery, including Meloplasty / Rhytidectomy.

"World Class 6D Facial Rejuvenation Surgery, including Meloplasty / Rhytidectomy Services in Sydney that are the result of a genuine investment, pride and responsibility for your care."

Frequently Asked Questions

What are some of the considerations between younger and older patients of Facial Rejuvenation?
In general, when people are younger, they have more definition. For example, with women, they have a better jawline and more of a V shape. And with age, it becomes more of a square shape. Gradually, it becomes a triangle as things drop and as part of the rejuvenation process. As a result, we need to consider the age of the patient to understand how the face is changing so that we can improve the skin, lift tissue and replace volume.
What are some concepts to consider for facial contouring?

There are many concepts to consider from a facial contouring perspective. One of the key things here is to do with the patient’s ethnicity. So, for example, a white Caucasian will have a very different appearance from somebody who comes from Africa. Consequently, these must be considered so that key features such as the nose and the lips work in harmony with the rest of the face.

Additionally, we have to understand the bony structure that underlies the soft tissues, as ultimately that is the key thing that gives the shape of the face. Other considerations also include relative proportions and absolute proportions. So, for example, the size of the nose compared to, for example, the projection of the chin.

We can address these areas in different ways. Sometimes, surgery is recommended, for example, if there is a large nose. However, most of the time, a non-surgical approach is all that we need. For instance, the use of soft tissue fillers may be able to achieve a desirable result. Fillers themselves vary in their longevity, their lifting capacity and inevitably, their results.

Whilst the cosmetic doctor will make the best recommendations for the right procedures to yield the best results, it is ultimately the patient’s choice.

What are some of the considerations about the nose?

The nose is a central part of the face and it has a very important role, in so far as the aesthetics.

Some people have a short, flat nose and desire that needs to be brought out, whether by the use of implants or soft tissue fillers. Other people may have a more projected nose, perhaps with a hump on the dorsum or this part (around the bridge) of the nose, and they require the nose to be operated on, broken and reset.

With age, the nose tends to beak as well. So, sometimes the placement of filler at the base can help support the ageing nose. Of course, this all works in harmony with the cheeks and the lips and other key components of the face when it comes to, for example, the use of fillers in the nose.

Additionally, there are considerations related to the blood flow, previous surgery and your medical history. This is something your doctor must speak with you before undertaking the procedure.