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Antibiotics after facelift?

 
Plastic Surgeon Dr. Dean Kane of Baltimore Answers Question Regarding Antibiotics after Facelift Q. Why don’t doctors prophylactically prescribe a broad spectrum antibiotic like Keflex to all facelift patients to prevent infection in the incision areas? I’ve been reading reviews here and a common theme seems to be swollen, throbbing ears where the stitches are,… Read more »

Plastic Surgeon Dr. Dean Kane of Baltimore Answers Question Regarding Persistent Swelling and Infection under the Eye from Restylane Injection

 
Q. What do I do if I have an infection after Restylane and doctor refuses to see me? Restalyn under eyes and did great with them. 5 days later one eye became swollen tender to touch like an infection. Called doctor and he shunned me off. Saw MD he gave me antibiotics and after two… Read more »

Sculptra over chin implant?

 
Dr. Dean Kane Q & A Q. I had a small chin implant placed 4 years ago and while it is definitely an improvement (chin looks great from the front and quarter angles), I still would like more projection on the profile. I definitely do not want to have the surgery again for a new… Read more »

Plastic Surgeon Dr. Dean Kane of Baltimore Answers Question Regarding Hospital, ASC or OSC for Facelift and Elective Surgery

 
Q. Is it safer to have a facelift in a hospital or office surgery center? Both options would involve general anesthesia. However, I’m wondering what is safest in terms of infection risk, safety, etc. A. Thanks for your question.  There are pros and cons to all sites for elective surgery whether it be a facelift,… Read more »

Lauri Kane’s One Year Facelift Blog

 
CLICK HERE TO SEE HOW LAURI MAINTAINS HER FACE LIFT RESULTS AFTER 4 YEARS.> One Year Post Lauri Kane’s Facelift  Well time flies. As we tell patients, your facelift results will look their best at the one year mark. Here I am at one year. I have been extremely pleased with how my face softened… Read more »


Redness in front of ears 1 week post MACS facelift, but no sign of infection. What is this?!

 
Dr. Dean Kane Q & A. Q.  I am a 56 year old, 7 days post-op following a MACS facelift. I am concerned, and my PS seems to be, with the redness around my incisions (both sides), although there does not appear to be infection. I am also concerned with the deep puckering at the… Read more »

Lauri Kane Answers Question Regarding Different Types of Facelift Techniques

 
Q. The Different Types of Facelift Techniques: Which is Right for Me? A. There is a confusion over what is considered a “mini facelift”,  a facelift, a mid-face lift, a face and neck lift and just a neck lift. The reason for this confusion is that different parts of the face are addressed by these… Read more »

Traditional Facelift versus Mini-Facelift….Ask the facial plastic surgeon expert, Dr. Dean Kane in Baltimore Maryland which procedure is right for you.

 
At the Center for Cosmetic Surgery and Medi-Spa in Baltimore Maryland, Dr. Dean Kane performs a wide range of facelifts that meets the varying lifting needs of women of all ages and their problem areas. Dr. Dean Kane is a board certified plastic surgeon and is in practice for over of 25 years. In his… Read more »