• 11 August 2016
Basics You Need to Know About Facelifts

The effect of gravity and diminishing volume in the tissues of your face make you look older. A Facelift Miami, also known as Rhytidectomy, is a cosmetic surgical procedure to reduce and improve visible signs of aging in your face and neck. Have you begun to notice lines, wrinkles, and sagging in your face? Maybe your face does not accurately reflect your inner spirit and energy. You are not alone. Your face is usually the first part of your body to display visible signs of aging. Who is a candidate for Facelift Miami Surgery? Anyone who sees a facelift as a means of refreshing and rejuvenating their appearance may be a good candidate for a facelift. There are many types, methods and techniques for a facelift surgery, and your consultation with a plastic surgeon will allow you to discuss the options that are appropriate for you. What is involved in a facelift procedure? Your facelift procedure is usually done in hospital under general anesthesia. The facelift procedure is constantly evolving. The procedure has changed from its roots of simple lifting and tightening of the skin to more complex tissue, skin and muscle lifting. Today, many different surgical options exist, with results that are consistently reliable and long-lasting. All facelifts use discreet and inconspicuous incisions to remove excess skin and tighten the underlying structures. The typical facelift procedure is performed through incisions around the ear, either in front of, behind or both. In some cases, the incisions may extend into the scalp. To make it easier for you, we have come up with a short checklist of questions that you should ask your surgeon before a Facelift procedure. Click Here to Download Your Free Checklist Through these incisions, your muscles are tightened and liposuction of your neck and jowls may be performed. Excess skin is then either removed or repositioned. The outcome and your final result is a reversal of the effects of gravity, restoring a more youthful, rejuvenated and fresh contour to your face. Recovery from Rhytidectomy It is important to follow your surgeon’s post-operative instructions following your facelift or rhytidectomy. Bruising and swelling are common but should disappear within a couple of weeks. Some residual swelling may last several months, after which time you can see the final result of your new completely rejuvenated face. ...

  • 05 August 2016
Scared of a Facelift? Here Are 5 Non-Surgical Alternatives

Getting a facelift could do wonders for your appearance, but let us face it: not everyone is willing to go under the knife just to take advantage of the benefits of a facelift. ...

  • 03 August 2016
The 7 Types of Facelifts That You Can Choose From

Facelift surgery is perhaps the most popular facial cosmetic procedure in clinics all over Miami. The goal of the procedure is to improve the overall appearance of your face and jaw, and there are several facelift types that can help your reach this objective. ...

  • 04 August 2016
Enhance Your Facelift: Common Procedures to Combine with a Facelift

A facelift can make you look a lot younger for your age, but it cannot magically eliminate every imperfection on your face. You might need to further enhance your droopy eyelids or plump up your thin lips. ...

  • 09 April 2016
FaceLift Facts, Myths and Reality!

A facelift or Rhytidectomy is a surgeon’s way of turning the clock back for you… Imagine! There is a surgery that puts you back on the track, reduces the visible signs of aging on your face and lets you enjoy the youthful look you once had. ...