Category Archives: Face Lift

The 3 Levels of Surgical Facial Rejuvenation

Balance is an attribute that facial plastic surgeons pursue for their patients. Think of the face as divided into horizontal thirds, with the forehead and eyes at the top, the nose and cheeks in the middle, and the neck at the bottom. When assessing a patient who comes to my La Jolla practice for facelift surgery, I want to ensure…

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About Face: 3 Levels of Rejuvenation

Cosmetic enhancement procedures grow in popularity every single year. That probably has something to do with how these procedures have become more socially accepted over time, but a lot of the recent growth also has to do with the variety of both surgical and non-surgical options. For facial enhancement, in particular, there are several different levels of treatments that people…

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Why Photos Are a Great Tool for Facelift Planning

Sometimes, as hard as we try to articulate how we want the results of an aesthetic procedure to turn out, we just can’t find the words. That’s why I encourage my facelift patients in Virginia Beach to look at different photos with me so we can talk about what the patients like and don’t like. Here are 3 different kinds…

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Facelifts for Men: What You Need to Know

It’s not that unusual anymore to see men visiting plastic surgeons. At my Naples, Florida, practice, many men want to improve their appearance after seeing photos of themselves on Facebook or other social media platforms. That reflects a nationwide trend reported earlier this year in a survey conducted by the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (AAFPRS). Many…

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Making Sure Your Facelift Looks Natural

When I see patients for facelift in Dallas, many are concerned about their results looking “overworked.” We’ve all seen facelifts that go too far. Good surgeons keep this in mind when evaluating a patient. The best facelift results come when a surgeon takes the time to understand a patient’s natural progression in aging and uses this information to personalize the…

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