In our last blog post, we discussed how Dr. Sullivan often recommends a comprehensive approach to facial rejuvenation for cosmetic, financial, and pragmatic purposes. As promised, we’ve elaborated on each […]Read More
A patient who had previously received cosmetic treatment on only her lower face and neck once came into our office saying, “I feel like I have a new skirt but […]Read More
In the final and fourth part of our blog series on facial rejuvenation and recovery we would like to share our “insider” tips and tricks for helping the healing process […]Read More
Dr. Patrick Sullivan and the entire team at his Rhode Island plastic surgery practice are dedicated to providing excellent patient care by treating “the whole body.” Dr. Sullivan says this […]Read More
The most important thing you can do for your skin, starting today, is to apply a sunscreen with an SPF of 35 or higher, two times a day, year-round. Safeguarding […]Read More
No — 99% of the time, the cosmetic surgery we do involves intravenous sedation rather than general anesthesia. Our patients tell us that they are in a very relaxed state […]Read More
I’m interested in facial rejuvenation surgery — how long is the recovery period? How soon can I go back to work?
Post-surgery swelling and bruising is variable, so it is difficult to predict how each individual patient will respond to surgical treatment. We ask patients who are having full face lifting […]Read More