Category Archives: Face Lift

A Facelift With Shorter Scars

I offer my Tucson facelift patients an option that is less invasive than the traditional technique and that has proved very popular. Although the procedure, called a short scar facelift, is not generally appropriate for patients with advanced signs of aging, it does have a number of important benefits, including: Smaller scars: Just as its name implies, the short scar…

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Surgeon Review Sites: Can You Trust Them?

Doctor review sites can be helpful, but some are more trustworthy than others. So what should you look for? Accurate Surgeon Information Make sure the surgeon’s full name, medical degree, practice name, office address, and other distinguishing information match the doctor you’re searching for. For example, if you were interested in a facelift in Toronto and searched for me, make…

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A Refreshed Face With BOTOX® Plus a Facelift

BOTOX® Cosmetic is an excellent tool for people with less advanced signs of aging around their eyes, but we also like to recommend BOTOX for our Austin facelift patients. The 2 procedures work together to treat multiple facial conditions and give patients an overall rejuvenated look. A facelift restores a look of youth to the cheekbones, jawline, and neck. BOTOX…

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Why Facelift Patients Should Use Before-and-After Photos

When my facelift patients in Dallas try to tell me about their surgery goals, one of the best tools I have to help them understand their anticipated results is before-and-after photos. By looking at photos before your consultation with a board-certified plastic surgeon, you can come prepared to talk about what you want. Here are a few ways photos can clue…

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Your Comprehensive Face Lift Consultation

My Dallas face lift patients are often surprised to learn how many aspects of a person”s facial appearance are taken into consideration during a consultation. Multiple factors must be considered in order to develop a detailed surgical plan that will create the most natural-looking results. Some of the components I look for include: Depth of wrinkles and lines: Those who are…

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