Benefits of Combining Multiple Facial Plastic Surgery Procedures

Benefits of Combining Multiple Facial Plastic Surgery Procedures in Portland

Dr. David Magilke deeply believes in offering patients a personalized approach to plastic surgery. Your vision, goals and priorities are unlike anyone else’s, and you deserve a completely customized treatment plan. Depending on your needs, Dr. Magilke may recommend combining multiple facial procedures into a single surgery. In this post, he discusses some of the … Continue Reading →

What Is the Rapid Recovery Facelift?

A Rapid Recovery Lift is a cosmetic procedure that offers some of the benefits of a facelift with less downtime and recovery. If you are primarily concerned about signs of aging in your neck and along your jawline, you may want to consider a Rapid Recovery Lift. In this post, Dr. David Magilke explains how … Continue Reading →

What to Expect from Eyelid Surgery

Eyelid Surgery in Portland, OR

Blepharoplasty — also known as eyelid surgery — is a procedure that can reduce bagginess or excess skin in the upper or lower eyelids. Eyelid surgery can be performed as a standalone procedure or in conjunction with other facial cosmetic surgeries, such as a facelift. In this post, board-certified facial plastic surgeon Dr. David Magilke … Continue Reading →

Myths About Sagging Skin

Sagging skin is a cosmetic problem that most people eventually deal with during their lives. Over time, the body produces less collagen and elastin, two proteins that keep the skin firm and toned. This causes the skin to droop and sag as you age. The Portland Face Doctor’s Dr. David Magilke meets with many men … Continue Reading →

Essential Summer Skin Care Tips

If you’re like most people, you probably look forward to summer all year long. Once the weather gets warmer, you are likely eager to put away your jackets, sweaters and boots for the summer. But before you do, The Portland Face Doctor’s Dr. David Magilke would like to go over some essential summer skin care … Continue Reading →