Why young adults are considering body contouring procedures

Traditionally, the majority of plastic surgery and aesthetic procedure patients are chosen by middle to older-age adults. With procedures capable of treating the aging process, such as facelifts, breast augmentation and brow lifts, patients traditionally turned to plastic surgery as a solution to the appearance of wrinkles, fine lines, and loose skin. Over the past… Read More »

Why Facelifts are Growing More Popular with Younger People

The facelift is one of the hallmark staples of plastic surgery. First designed back in the early 1900s, facelift surgery has traditionally been prevalent for those in their late 50’s and onwards, as it is around this age when the signs of wrinkles and fines lines start becoming prominent. Recently, of the approximately 125,000 facelift… Read More »

Procedures You Can Combine with a Facelift

Our face tells our story. However, it also ages more than any other part of our body. For many people, facial aging manifests when the skin loses its elasticity and shape, resulting in less defined features and contours. A facelift has traditionally been a staple cosmetic procedure used to restore taught facial skin, particularly for… Read More »

Don’t be fooled! 5 Common Myths about Facelifts

Facelifts, more so than any other surgical procedure, are surrounded by a lot of misinformation, myths, and flat out lies. Celebrities like Joan Rivers have become (in)famous for their facelifts, and over the last few decades, more and more patients come to us claiming they understand what a facelift is only to learn that the… Read More »

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