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Facts About Facelifts You Didn’t Know

Facelifts: What You Need to Know

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4 Surprising Facts You Didn’t Know About Cosmetic Surgery

Cosmetic surgery is constantly evolving as new treatments and procedures hit the market. Here are a few things we bet you didn’t know.

How Your Facelift Will Look in Five Years

Facelifts cannot be guaranteed to last more than five years, according to one of Britain’s most eminent plastic surgeons.

His verdict is the result of more than a decade of groundbreaking research based on photographs taken of 50 women before and after their operations.

How to Take Care of Your Face After a Facelift

A facelift, also known as a rhytidectomy, can improve the most visible signs of aging caused by the effects of gravity, stress and sun exposure. The procedure consists of removing excess skin and fat, tightening underlying muscles and re-draping the skin of your face and neck. You should discuss your expectations with your plastic surgeon, but keep in mind that plastic surgeons are doctors, not magicians.

Facelift: What You Need to Know

A facelift, or rhytidectomy, is a procedure in cosmetic surgery that aims to give a more youthful appearance to the face.

The Truth Behind Facelift Myths

As the number of non-surgical options to treat the ageing face has increased in recent years, so have the number of myths about facelift surgery. This article, from two expert facial plastic surgeons from Stanford Hospital in California, provides the truth behind these common preconceptions.

What are the Different Types of Non-Surgical Face Lifts?

Different types of non-surgical face lifts include procedures that are less invasive than surgical face lifts and that do not necessitate a long recovery period. Non-surgical face lifts typically have a lower incidence of complications and are generally well tolerated. Common types of non-surgical face lifts include injections of substances into the facial tissues. One such example is Botox®. Injecting the tissue with Botox® works by relaxing facial muscles to smooth skin and reduce the look of wrinkles and imperfections.

Richard Zoumalan - Facelift Specialist

Dr. Zoumalan is a double board certified surgeon who specializes in facial plastic and reconstructive surgery. His blend of artistic creativity and landmark leading research make him perfectly in tune with your needs.