Tag: Facelift

Secondary Facelifts: Now With Less Complications

April 18, 2013 by Center for Plastic Surgery

>So, you got a facelift and loved your results but now your age is coming through again? As they say, nothing lasts forever. Unfortunately, this goes for the results of your facelift too. Many men and women turn back the clock through facelift surgery, but over time, the natural aging process can start to affect… Read more »

“A Gift Just for Me”

For 63 year old Susan, needles are a terrifying thought – so much so that she even delivered her son naturally.  She said, “I wanted to give a gift to myself to take care of the turkey neck I had always hated. I inherited it from my father, and it got even more exaggerated after… Read more »

Are there options when considering facelift surgery?

October 11, 2013 by Dr. G. Wesley Price

The best results from facelift surgery today come from a thorough evaluation of a patient’s facial concerns and then adapting the right approach for each patient. A cookie cutter procedure (done during “lunchtime “ or some other meal) is rarely successful or long lasting. Each patient’s situation can vary and may dictate a shorter scar… Read more »

Why is Facelift Terminology So Confusing?

October 17, 2013 by Center for Plastic Surgery

MACS, mini, mid, lunchtime, weekend: when it comes to facelifts, what does it all mean? As you research options for facial rejuvenation, you are likely to come across varied and unfamiliar terms, and wonder which procedure is best for you. When considering different types of facelifts it’s important to separate fact from marketing hype. Dr. Price wrote about… Read more »