Dr. Steve Byrd developed the endoscopic brow / mid-face Lift for Dallas patients, delivering an elegant, well-rested look without the traditional lengthy incisions and scars.
Dallas, October, 2007 – When busy, active men and women consult Dr. Steve Byrd about facial plastic surgery in Dallas, they’re interested in achieving a natural, rejuvenated look. They don’t want to look like they’ve obviously “had work done,” and they don’t want visible scars. That’s why Dr. Byrd developed the EBMF, or endoscopic brow / mid-face lift for his Dallas patients.
“My patients are enthusiastic about this procedure,” said Dr. Byrd. “The EBMF not only offers the rejuvenation they’re seeking, it does so in a way that’s less invasive than a traditional face lift. My Dallas clients are particularly happy to learn that the EBMF results in nearly invisible scars that are hidden in their scalp.”
“The EBMF is a great choice men and women who are concerned about the effects of time and gravity on their face” commented Dr. Byrd. “Combined with a good skin care regimen, the EBMF helps restore a youthful look to patients who are concerned that they look older than they feel. Many just want an outward appearance that reflects the vitality they feel on the inside regardless of their age.”
Because the EBMF in less invasive and poses fewer risks than traditional facelifts, patients are ready to go home the morning following surgery. Many patients also appreciate the fact that there’s less chance of hair loss and nerve damage which have been associated with large incision face procedures.
According to Dr. Byrd, the consultation is key to discovering whether the EBMF is the right procedure for a particular patient. Several factors must be taken into consideration, and a thorough, open doctor-patient discussion is the right approach to decision-making. Dr. Byrd invites patients interested in facial plastic surgery in Dallas to get in touch with him to explore their options.
Certified by both the American Board of Plastic Surgery and the American Board of Surgery, Dr. Steve Byrd has been practicing cosmetic surgery in Dallas since 1978. A native Texan, Dr. Byrd received his M.D. with honors from the University of Texas. He performed his internship and residencies in general surgery and plastic surgery at UT and at the University of Utah Medical Center. He entered private practice in Dallas at Baylor University Medical Center and was appointed vice-chairman of the Division of Plastic Surgery at the University of Texas Medical Center. Dr. Byrd is a past Chief of Service at Baylor University Medical center and past president of the Dallas County Society of Plastic Surgery. Today he’s a full professor at UT, Director of Plastic Surgery at Children’s Medical Center and a founding member (and former president) of the Rhinoplasty Society. In a recent “Best Doctors in America” poll, Dr. Byrd was selected by his peers as one of the top plastic surgeons in the country.