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Midfacelift /Cheeklift /Rhytec Portrait complications
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I had the above procedures performed on July 27th. It is now 3 weeks post surgery. My right eyebrow doesn't move. I have numbness in my mouth, & my ears. My face is discolored as I have alot of redness and brown pigmentation on my chin area as well as on other areas of my face... I was put on desonide for the redness & hydroquinone for the brown area. Is this normal? How long will it take some time before I will see normal skin again. I'm using more makeup now to hide all the skin flaws. When can I expect my eyebrow to lift and the numbness to go away? It feels like I have a helmet on...

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Southlake, TX
United States
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  No matter the technique
August 19, 2009 9:17 PM

First, is this a plastic surgeon or a wannabe plastic surgeon?
You have several issues going on.
You have injury to the frontal branch of your facial nerve. This nerve allows for the (more)
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