While the stigma surrounding the pain of going under the knife cosmetically has just about disappeared from the zeitgeist, another hesitation has since cropped up. This fear, Dr. Dirk Kremer believes, is ending up with that oh-so-undesirable “wind tunnel” look or simply no longer looking like yourself.

To combat this fear, he’s developed a facial rejuvenation philosophy called Turn Back Time (TBT). “I don’t want my patients to walk around and be pointed out as: ‘she’s had her face done’.” Nor does he want his patients to lose their identity by erasing the character in their face that makes them uniquely who they are.

Instead, Dr. Kremer’s mission is to ensure his patients look like themselves, only fresher and younger. While removing a wrinkle or changing the patient’s bone structure is a simple procedure for a cosmetic surgeon, he’s aware his patient’s face will change as a result. To combat this, he has trademarked his TBT-lift for the face and eyes.

“When we are young most of our facial fat is placed in the mid-face. What makes us look older is the loss of volume over the cheekbones, hallowed cheeks, deeper nasolabial folds and the marionette lines and jowls which create an undefined jaw line.” With age, connective tissue loses its elasticity and firmness. This can result in puffiness around the eyes. By tackling certain septums and rebuilding membranes, Dr. Kremer is literally able to turn back time on your skin.

Dr. Dirk Kremer is a Cosmetic Plastic Surgeon with global experience. He is German Board Certified and is one of the most progressive surgeons available in Dubai. For more information on Dr. Kremer, please contact your Insignia Personal Assistant.

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