Category Archives: Face Lift

Facelift with Autologous Fat Transfer: Enhanced Natural Results

As a plastic surgeon near Seattle, I have been very gratified by the healthy, natural results that are achieved with incorporating fat transfer into facelift procedures. Facelift and other facial rejuvenation procedures can do a great deal to restore a youthful appearance to the face and neck. These procedures eliminate redundant (loose) tissues, resulting in a firmer, smoother look. What…

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Are Electric Currents a Facelift Alternative?

At my plastic surgery practice in Chicago, I’ve had people ask me about all kinds of experimental procedures that are marketed as surgical alternatives. One such treatment is a facial microcurrent. What is It? A facial microcurrent is nonsurgical procedure that delivers electric energy to the skin. It is based on the theory that electrical stimulation using small currents will…

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Computer Imaging: A Glimpse into the Future

It’s normal to have hesitations about changing your appearance. For my patients considering procedures such as facelift in Toronto, computer imaging technology can reduce worry by providing a visual prediction of surgical results. This equipment uses your own photos and physical measurements to create a lifelike digital image of your surgical result. These images can be modified and altered to…

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Can You Really Avoid Surgery?

Many of my patients hope to postpone the need for surgical procedures such as a face lift in Toronto. But can surgery be avoided through non-surgical measures? When is Surgery the Best Option? The answer to that question will, of course, depend on the extent of your facial aging and the type of results you would like to see. Injections…

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First Time With Fillers?

Although many patients come to me for a facelift in San Jose, others are interested in less-invasive treatments, such as injectables. Dermal filler injections are a great option for anyone who is looking to reduce wrinkles, improve facial volume or enhance the lips. The results are visible almost immediately and can last anywhere from 4 months to 2 years, depending…

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