Posted by Dr. Julian De Silva | December 9th, 2021
This wonderful patient had deeper neck surgery combined with blepharoplasty, fat transfer, ptosis surgery and skin rejuvenation.
She shares her experience and recovery and the difference this procedure has made to her.
This is Dr De Silva’s signature natural deep plane facelift and neck lift.
Natural enhanced neck and jaw line.
I combine facelift surgery with other facial treatments to give a better natural looking and longer lasting result.
Dr. Julian De Silva
For more information: https://www.londonfacialplasticsurgery.co.uk/face-and-neck-lift-rhytidectomy/
Dr. Julian De Silva is a London facial cosmetic and plastic surgeon, he is an expert on the latest advances in facial cosmetic surgery and does not perform any body plastic surgery.
Dr. Julian De Silva specializes in facelift & neck lift surgery, revision facelift and revision neck lift surgery, Blepharoplasty and Rhinoplasty. 20-40% of all the surgery he completes is revision surgery from other doctors.
Find out more about us: http://www.londonfacialplasticsurgery.co.uk/
Dr Julian De Silva
From the minute I wake up, I’m always trying to present the best version of me. Whether it be my hair, my makeup, my face, my body, even to walk caption to write on a selfie, it’s never ending. And it’s not just me more than ever before young people are feeling the pressure to be perfect. So where is this pressure coming from? And when did being Little Miss perfect become the ultimate prize? To find out what’s driving this perfection pandemic I’ll make the people go into extreme lands for the perfect face.
I just wanted to look at plastic and fake look and the perfect body
had up lifts, live posts, and I felt like I needed that to feel better, and the perfect life. I think people think is perfect. We only share the things that we choose to share. I learn how social media and advertising is driving our obsession with perfection.
We compare with celebrities and influencers on social media whose lives are just manufactured and calibrated to generate likes,
and I’ll challenge myself to celebrate my own imperfection. What I used to be called hamster cheeks when I was younger. As I get to Trump the filter and attempt to embrace my flaws. Love the ideal postcard meeting the imperfect models who have learned to love the skin they’re in what other agencies might consider a flaw that their selling point and joining them for my own bare faced photo shoot. So for the next two weeks, I’ll dare to bet the real me as I go filter free have has given many of us a complex depth resume boom, cosmetic doctors and plastic surgeons have seen a drastic rise in bookings for facial treatments. What I want to know is what actually makes a face perfect. Dr. Julian De Silva, a Harley Street cosmetic surgeon thinks he’s found the answer
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Demand for his work has skyrocketed after he developed a way to measure booty to help him recreate the perfect face for his clients. So john, why are we so obsessed with how we look
since the beginning of time, there’s always been like a search for what is beautiful and all of us recognise like a beautiful face. But how can we measure it? Yeah, so I developed a tool analysing the human face based on the golden ratio and so Golden Ratio while we know from Renaissance times has been used in paintings to define beauty. using that same principle we can apply the golden ratio to a human face and that will give us an objective measure of beauty.
A golden ratio is a mathematical equation commonly found in nature and often used to create beautiful art and architecture. By measuring various facial features. Dr. de Silva has discovered that the closer they ask the golden ratio, the more perfect the face.
Taking a human face, you can broadly define 12 objective measurements so one could be the eyes, the eyebrows, the nose length, the lip proportions. taking those measurements, you can compare them with the golden ratio, which is a ratio of 1.618 and we can get a percentage of how close that is to perfection. So in a way it’s difficult to choose one characteristic on the face so that one characteristic will make a person beautiful, because it really is the sum of all the different characteristics. We applied our tool to a whole host of life celebrities and overall when we did this Amber Heard came up top and scored 97% and proportions of her nose are very elegant. The length of her nose compared to the width of the nose correlates very closely with the golden ratio. days. That’s not a good photo. Well the good news is you scored really highly you scored an 87% which is really
good. I always thought I have a fat face.
You have a beautiful face. Do you have like volume in the cheekbones to make your face look more feminine?
I used to be called hamster cheeks when I was younger