All of the photographs on this page are actual patients of Dr. Morris, all of whom he has personally operated on, not the work of someone else.
The pictures were selected to show average to good results, not the best results nor the least desirable results, but those that the average person may hope to be able to achieve.
The majority of the post-operative pictures are
shown at the 3 month point following surgery, when the incisions still
have some redness, pinkness or slight thickness to them. This is done
for two reasons. First, it allows one to see some of the stages a wound
progresses through as it heals. Secondly, rather than only displaying
photos with fully healed fine line scars, it allows you to see what a
scar might look like if (which rarely happens) it was to stay this way
on a long term basis.
There has been no retouching of the photos to alter
the changes accomplished by the procedures represented. The only
alterations of a few of the photos have been corrected in brightness or
contrast which allows a more accurate and revealing comparison. Some
photos represent patients who have had additional procedures as well as
those referred to in the section in which they are featured.
Finally, photographs of procedures which would
require viewing of the entire face so as to make the person
identifiable are included here only in small numbers. There are,
however, many examples to view during a consultation in our office.
Even though Dr. Morris operates on people from all over the US and the
world, the majority of his patients come from areas close to his
offices. These are also the areas that will see the widest distribution
of his web site. So, out of respect for our local patients, we have
elected to publish their full facial photos sparingly and only if they
have volunteered the use of them. Many more photos of all procedures
discussed are available to view at Dr. Morris office.
Please click on the pictures in order to zoom into a picture. You can then navigate though the pictures with the arrow buttons.