Christopher J. Davidson, MD
Fraser Medical Building
332 Washington St, Suite 100
Wellesley, MA 02481
Phone: (781) 237-7700
Monday–Friday: 9 a.m.–5 p.m.

Category Archives: Facial Surgery

BOTOX or a Facelift? How to decide which is best.

Facelift or BOTOX® Cosmetic—Which Is Your Best Option?

Wrinkles and facial aging happen to everyone, but the extent to which they occur and the ways they can be dealt with vary. Indeed, facial rejuvenation is an incredibly popular part of our practice, and most patients are concerned about undoing some of the effects of aging. While the "gold standard" for treating facial aging …

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How to Get a Good Night’s Sleep After Facial Surgery

While getting enough quality rest is an important part of the recuperation process after any surgery, the way you sleep after facial surgery can be just as important. When asking questions about facial rejuvenation recovery, most people want to know how long they will need to take off from work or what activities they should or should …

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Get Your Summer Body in the Winter

Whether you're considering a tropical vacation, attending a wedding, or even wowing your old friends at a high school reunion, you're likely hoping to look your best this summer. If you're thinking about plastic surgery here in Boston, the winter months can be the perfect time. Not only will winter's heavy clothing and layers conceal …

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What Is an Appropriate Age for a Facelift?

It's a question almost as old as the facelift itself: What's the optimal age for undergoing this surgery? I regularly hear this question from prospective facelift patients at my Boston-area practice. In this blog post, I'd like to take the time to explain why age isn't the only factor to consider when determining a patient's eligibility …

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For a Youthful Face, Don’t Forget a Neck Lift

A recent post on this blog explored the numerous options available for women and men seeking to change their neck contours. The neck is often overlooked by patients who want a more youthful look, though the area is one of the first and most prominent features to show signs of aging. This can be apparent …

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Neck Treatments Are Looking Up With Kybella® and More

Do you ever accidentally activate the front-facing camera on your phone and wince? While that angle isn’t flattering for anyone, men and women alike who are unhappy with the look of their neck and chin certainly don’t need an extra surprise that emphasizes their sagging skin, jowls, or double chin. While Dr. Christopher Davidson can’t …

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4 Ways To Maximize The Results Of Your Facelift

Facelift surgery is one of the most popular plastic surgery procedures in the country and it’s not hard to imagine why. Facelifts make you look energized, brighten your face, and smooth your skin. The procedure can take up to 10 years of aging off of your appearance. Those amazing results unfortunately won’t last forever, but …

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Improve Your Eyes With Blepharoplasty

Your eyes are one of the most important features on your face. They tell the world what you’re thinking and feeling at any given time. They can also be a major indicator of age. A blepharoplasty, commonly known as an eye lift, will restore your eyes to a younger look that will brighten your whole …

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Plastic Surgery Trends: Facial Procedures on the Rise

Cosmetic surgery is a type of surgery that improves and enhances the aesthetic appeal of certain features of the face or body. For many people who are unhappy with certain aspects of their appearance, this can be a god send. Often, people feel uncomfortable in their own skin because they believe certain features detract from …

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Have a Fresh New Look with Facelift Surgery

Plastic surgery is a booming industry in the United States of America. Among its stratum is facelift surgery. To have an idea what a facelift is, this plastic surgical procedure is the tightening of the facial tissues in order to get a youthful and more rejuvenated look. There are more than a few methods being …

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