Salt Lake City Plastic Surgery Blog
Hair loss can be a traumatic experience and can happen to both men and women of all ages. There are a number of reasons hair loss occurs and likewise a number of treatments available. Dr. Bitner offers a wide variety of treatments in order to cater to the individual, unique needs of each of our patients on a patient by patient basis. We take our patient care very seriously and strive to produce the best results possible for each individual. There is no “one-size-fits-all” treatment here, and we take everything into consideration to design a plan that best suites you and your goals.
There are several different kinds of hair restoration treatment options, and sometimes the best method is a combination of these treatments. Whatever the case, in your confidential consultation, our professional staff will help come up with the best treatment plan for you and be with you, every step of the way, to ensure you achieve the best results possible. Tired of feeling self-conscious about your hair loss? Learn more about your options for hair restoration by visiting Dr. Bitner’s Utah Hair Restoration site!
These days there are many varying kinds of facial rejuvenation procedures available on the market. Dr. Bitner offers his Salt Lake City patients many options for improving the signs of aging prevalent to parts of the face like the forehead, cheeks and eyes. For patients who have a wrinkles, creases or a sagging, heavy brow, a Brow Lift procedure may be the best way to take off the years and create a smoother, more alert appearance.
There are a couple of types of Brow Lifts, each designed to benefit various patients individual needs. These types of Brow Lift include an Endoscopic Brow Lift, Conventional Coronal Brow Lift, and a Trichophytic Brow Lift. Often these Brow Lift procedures are performed in conjunction with other facial rejuvenation procedures such as Blepharoplasty (eyelid lift) or a full Face Lift.
The first step in determining the best treatment for you is through a one on one consultation with Dr. Bitner. He will asses your options and help create a plan with you to help you achieve the results you desire. Contact our office today to schedule your consultation.
Many people, men and women alike are dissatisfied with their noses. This dissatisfaction can come from many different aesthetic and functional reasons. Some people have noses they feel are too small or too large. For some it is the tip of the nose or perhaps the profile of the nose which may reveal bumps or indentations. Still, for others, their dissatisfaction is purely functional. Problems like having a deviated septum can make it very difficult to breath. In many cases, it is a combination of both aesthetic and functional goals which bring a patient in to our office. Dr. Bitner has helped countless men and women achieve the nose they desire through Salt Lake City Rhinoplasty.
Rhinoiplasty, more commonly known as Nose Surgery or a Nose Job, is a surgical procedure to improve nose imperfection both inside and outside the nose. If you are unhappy with your nose, contacting our office to schedule your confidential consultation with Dr. Bitner is the best way to determine if Rhinoplasty surgery is right for you.
Men and women alike opt for Facelifts to help reduce the dreaded signs of aging which can be especially devastating when brought on prematurely. Wrinkles, creases, crows feet, fine lines and sagging skin are all symptoms of aging which can be reduced and or eliminated through a Facelift procedure creating a smoother, younger looking appearance. Dr. Bitner looks at each patient individually to asses how to create the best, most natural looking results. There is no “one-size-fits-all” Facelift, each procedure varies depending on the patients unique features, needs and desires.
A Facelift procedure may also be done in conjuncture with other facial rejuvenation procedure such as blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery), rhinoiplasty (nose surgery), neck lift, or facial implants. To learn more about Facelift, follow the link to our Salt Lake City Facelift information page where you will find an in depth guide to the procedure, a video and before and after photos.
When you’re ready to start discussing your facial rejuvenation options with a skilled specialist, contact Dr. Bitner to make an appointment for your one-on-one, confidential consultation.
As we age our skin begins to lose elasticity and fat, which keeps it looking healthy, tight, alert and youthful. The skin, particularly around the eyes, is vulnerable to wrinkles, creases and sagging. These days there are many options for rejuvenating the skin of our eyelids, one of the most effective and popular treatments is Blepharoplasty.
Salt Lake City Blepharoplasty, also known as Eyelid Lift surgery, is a procedure which removes excess skin and tightens the skin of the eyelids to reduce wrinkles, sagging and lower-lid bags. Scars are minimal to completely hidden in the natural creases of the eye so that there are no tell-tale signs of the procedure. Often Blepharoplasty is done in conjunction with other facial rejuvenation procedures such as Brow Lift, Face Lift and Dermal Fillers.
Learn more about if Blepharoplasty is right for you by contacting our office to schedule a consultation with Dr. Bitner today.
At this point pretty much everyone knows about the story of 8 year old Britney Campbell whose Mom proudly boasted that she was giving her beauty pageant attending daughter Botox injections.
There has recently been some speculation made about if the girl is still in her mother’s custody or even if the whole thing was just a hoax. Regardless, it’s an important opportunity to be reminded that Botox, like all other cosmetic enhancements and procedures, should only be performed by a respected, board-certified plastic surgeon.
Botox, when used correctly on an adult who is showing common signs of aging, and when administered by a board-certified professional who has examined the adult and determined that they could safely benefit from Botox and achieve the results they desire, can be a positive thing. Learn more about Botox and contact our office to schedule your consultation with Dr. John Bitner.
A plump pout has long been considered a stable of sensual beauty. For most of us, however, a plump pout just wasn’t in the cards. Walk down any cosmetic aisle in any drug store and you’ll find a plethora of glosses that promise to give you that “stung” look with a side of tingly. These are fine for some who desire temporary solutions and a moderate enhancement. For others looking for a more long lasting, effective approach Surgisil Lip Implants may be a better fit for you. Surgisil Lip Implants are soft, natural looking implants that last.
The best way to determine if a Lip Augmentation is right for you is by setting up a personal consultation with Dr. Bitner to asses your goals. Contact our office today.
LATISSE is an FDA-approved prescription treatment in solution form used to improve inadequate eyelashes in those who desire fuller and longer eyelashes. The LATISSE solution is self-applied once-a-day to the base of your upper eyelashes. Initial results can be seen in 4 weeks with more definitive results in 16 weeks. Talk to your doctor about possible side-effects.
If you are interested in learning more about how to lengthen your lashes, you can read more here! Contact our office to schedule your consultation with Dr. John Bitner today!
People choose to have Rhinoplasty, or Nose Surgery, for both aesthetic and corrective reasons. Deviated Septums are among the most common reason people choose to have Rhinoplasty. Having a Deviated Septum can make it very difficult to breath properly. Another reason people choose Rhinoplasty is for it’s aesthetic benefits. Some people feel their noses are too large or that it is disproportionate to the rest of their face. Injury to the nose causing crookedness or deformity is also another reason people choose to undergo Rhinoplasty.
Rhinoplasty generally takes around an hour to complete and the results are instant, minus some initial swelling and bruising. Your splint or bandage will be removed anywhere from one to two weeks after the procedure and you can often return to work within days of the procedure. Of course, every patient’s experience and recovery is different, so it is important that you listen to your body and consult with your doctor if you have any questions.