Category Archives: Face Lift

The New Facelift

In Chicago, plastic surgery procedures such as the facelift have evolved tremendously in recent years. Modern techniques produce natural-looking results that are customized to your preferences and your anatomy. In the past, a facelift was more likely to create an unnaturally tight appearance in the patient’s face. This is because the old technique involved pulling just the skin of the…

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How Face Implants Can Improve a Facelift

Some of my face lift patients in Toronto can also benefit from facial implants. When used in conjunction with a facelift, implants in the chin or cheeks can complement the procedure and help create a better balance between facial features. While building up previously deficient areas of your face, cheek and chin implants can achieve superior definition in a subtle…

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3 Common Facial Flaws

There are many reasons why people decide to have facial surgery, but at my practice I often see people with the same complaints. Three of the most common are: 1. “Turkey neck”: Lax skin around the jaw and neck is often associated with aging and weight gain or loss. A face lift in San Jose can restore definition to the…

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The Many Faces of Facelift Surgery

If you have been thinking about having a face lift in the Bay Area, you may have run across several facelift trade names, such as the QuickLift™ and the Lifestyle Lift®. These procedures are essentially modified versions of a traditional facelift that use different surgical techniques to achieve various levels of improvement. Some that you may have heard of include:…

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BOTOX® Cosmetic for Jaw Reduction

As a Northern Virginia facelift surgeon, I am often asked to speak about recent breakthroughs in facial enhancement. Recently, I was invited to speak at an educational seminar in Washington, D.C., about a new use for BOTOX® Cosmetic. Most people are familiar with BOTOX as the wrinkle-reducing injectable that treats forehead lines and other facial creases. However, it can be…

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