Dr. Vaca Before & After Gallery
Case 1: Face & necklift; facial, periorbital and lip fat grafting (3 months post-op)
Case 2: Face & necklift; facial and periorbital fat grafting (3 months post-op)
Case 1: Rhinoseptoplasty, submental liposuction, chin fat grafting (3 months post-op)
Case 2: Revision Rhinoplasty (performed by Dr. Vaca; patient had 2 prior rhinoplasties by other surgeons) + Upper Blepharoplasty (performed by Dr. Fagien); 2.5 months post-op
Case 1: Browlift, 35% TCA Facial Chemical peel (performed by Dr. Vaca); Secondary (had prior eyelid surgery 20+ years ago) Upper and lower Blepharoplasty, Myomodulation – fillers + neuromodulators to forehead and glabellar/ frown line region (performed by Dr. Fagien); 4 months post-op.
Case 2: Browlift
Case 3: Browlift
Before and After photos coming soon.
Abdominoplasty & Flank Liposuction (6 months post-op)
Myomodulation: Fillers + Neuromodulators
By using a combination of neuromodulators and fillers, smoother and more aesthetically pleasing contours can be attained. Fillers help restore volume to select areas, as indicated (such as the smile lines, lips, chin, cheeks and temples). Neuromodulators can help smoothen skin texture and wrinkles by selectively inhibiting muscle contraction (such as the forehead, glabella, crow’s feet and chin). Neuromodulators can also help decrease the overall size of certain muscles, such as the masseter muscle (one of the muscles of mastication) – decreasing the size of the masseter muscle can result in a pleasing and more feminine tapering effect of the jawline, particularly in women.
Case 1: Voluma (cheeks, chin), Juvéderm Ultra Plus (smile lines), Botox (forehead, glabella, crow’s feet)
Case 2: Voluma (cheeks), Juvéderm Ultra (lips), Botox (forehead, glabella, crow’s feet, masseter)
Case 1: Juvéderm Ultra (lips), Botox (upper lip)
Case 2: Voluma (cheeks), Juvéderm Ultra Plus (smile lines), Volbella (lower eyelids)
Case 3: Juvéderm Ultra Plus (lips)
Case 1a – Glabellar Frown Lines
Patients more often present with either existing frown lines or to prevent inevitable frown lines with neuro-toxin treatment to the glabella (between the eyebrows) region. Treating this area can both give a smoother appearance and shape the eyebrow while also given this region a more glowing effect on the skin appearance.
Case 1b – Forehead Lines
Case 1c – Lateral Canthal Lines (Crow’s Feet)
Patients usually present for treatment with neurotoxins in several areas of the face and the second most common area to treat are the areas on the outer part of the eye called Lateral Canthal Lines (or Crow’s feet). Treating this area can also reduce or eliminate lines in these areas as well as shape the eyebrow.
Case 2: Chemical Browlift
Case 3: Neuromodulators
Neuromodulators, like Botox, can be used to soften facial expressions while maintaining a greater amount of facial movement, if desired. In this example, the patient wanted to maintain more movement and a lower dose of Botox was given to her forehead, glabella, and crow’s feet.