Plastic Surgery Before and After Real Patients
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Real Patients of Dr. Sunny Park with images before and after surgical procedures.  Results may vary from person to person.

EYES

Dysport to the Crow’s Feet

Moderate amount of Crow’s feet wrinkles

Dysport to the Crow’s Feet

Decrease in wrinkles; subtle elevation of the eyebrow and lifting of upper eyelid skin

Medial Eye / Canthus Area

Immediately after skin cancer removal

Medial Eye / Canthus Area

About 1 month after reconstruction with local flaps

Upper Eyelid Surgery

A patient with excess upper eyelid skin creating a tired-look.
After an upper eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty)–picture on right.

Dysport to the Crow’s Feet and Glabellar Areas

Natural results using just the right amount of Dysport. Note the disappearance of the Crow’s feet wrinkles and subtle elevation of the eyebrows in the outer areas without distorting the eyelid shape.

Fillers

Moderate tear trough with under eye bags

Fillers

Improvement of tear trough and periorbital area

Fillers

Mild tear troughs

Fillers

Improvement of the tear trough and lower eye depressions/bags

Fillers

Moderate tear trough with under eye bags

Fillers

Improvement of the tear trough and lower eye depressions/bags

NOSE

Rhinoplasty

A patient with breathing issues AND a nasal deformity from a previous nasal surgery by another surgeon.

Rhinoplasty

After a revision rhinoplasty with dorsal and alar grafts to improve the profile and breathing through nose.

Crooked Nose

A patient with a life-long crooked nose and breathing problems.

Crooked Nose

After a rhinoplasty requiring septal reconstruction, spreader and alar grafts.

Rhinophyma

This condition is caused by an over growth of the sebaceous (oil) glands. It is most commonly seen in older men.
Surgery is the treatment for this when it is severe. Dr. Park uses a technique that creates excellent results.

The severity of rhinophyma in this patient also caused breathing problems through the nose.

Rhinophyma

3 months after surgery

This patient had a significant improvement in nasal shape and breathing through the nose after surgery.

Saddle Nose

A patient with a collapsed nose (“saddle nose”) after a trauma.

Saddle Nose

After a rhinoplasty with septal reconstruction using the ear conchal cartilages.

S-Shaped Nose

A patient with a life-long crooked nose (“S-shaped” deformity).

S-Shaped Nose

After a rhinoplasty requiring septal reconstruction, spreader and alar batten grafts.

Crooked Nose

A crooked nose causing difficulty breathing

Crooked Nose

Immediately after reconstruction/rhinoplasty

FACE

Facelift

A patient in his 70’s with excess upper eyelid skin, and aging face and neck. 2 weeks after facelift (right).

Necklift

About 2 weeks after an upper eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty) and a neck lift (right).

Lips

Volume loss and downturning of lips with mild marionette lines

Lips

Immediately after injecting fillers – volume restoration with upturning corners of lips with improved marionette lines

Right Temple

Immediately after skin cancer removal

Right Temple

After reconstruction using local flaps and skin graft

Right Temple

After 1 month

Infini

6 weeks after 1st treatment

Infini

4 weeks after 2nd treatment

Infini

After 3 treatments for acne scars

EARS

Ear Defect

A patient with an ear defect after skin cancer removal.
After advancement flaps under local anesthesia in the office.

Seborrheic Keratosis

A patient with a seborrheic keratosis (benign skin lesion).
After excision of SK and reconstruction with full thickness skin graft under local anesthesia in the office.

Ear Defect

A patient with an ear defect after skin cancer removal.
After reconstruction using various rotational and advancement flaps under local anesthesia in the office.

Ear Defect

A through-and-through (complete hole) ear defect after skin cancer removal.
After an interpolated advancement flap from postauricular (behind ear) region under local anesthesia in the office.

EVERYTHING ELSE

Excision of a Basal Cell Carcinoma from the Chin

After Surgery

Excision of a Basal Cell Carcinoma from the Chin

Immediately After Reconstruction

Excision of a Basal Cell Carcinoma from the Chin

2 months after Reconstructive Surgery

Upper Lip

Immediately after skin cancer removal

Upper Lip

About 1 month after reconstruction with a upper lip lift

Nasal Defect

A nasal defect after pre-melanoma removal.
After a transposition flap under local anesthesia in the office.

Scalp Defect

A scalp defect after skin cancer removal.
After bilateral (2) rotational advancement flaps under local anesthesia in the office.

Cheek Defect

A cheek defect after skin cancer removal.
One week after a transposition flap under local anesthesia in the office.