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Mini Face Lift
Improvement: Lifestyle lift indicates a mini facelift. They are best for patients with early aging. A standard facelift is better for people with moderate to severe aging. You should expect significant improvement in wrinkles and loose skin of the face, jowls, and neck. ...Read moreSee 6 more doctor answers
Skin laxity?: The results of liposuction on your chin/neck will depend on the quality and laxity of your skin and its ability to contract following fat evacuation. If sufficient fat is removed, you may be left with loose or irregular skin. Generally speaking, at 38 years of age, your skin contraction is not as good as it would be for some one under 30. However, you should be able to see significant improvement. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
For sure,: Yes but this will be limited to the vertical skin from about 4 inches below the belly button to the pubic hairline and horizontally as far as you desire up, to a procedure known as a skin only circumferential belt dermolipectomy. This may not be the best procedure for you but everyone's body's differs in it's response to pregnancy or weight gain/loss. So meet with an experienced plastic surgeon! ...Read moreSee 7 more doctor answers
How many hours does a surgeon deed to perform a neck lift, face lift and lower eyelid blepharoplasty?
What is the difference between a face lift and a mini face lift? What is the difference between a face lift and a "mini lift"? Is the mini lift less invasive?
How you define it: The term "mini-lift" can mean different things to different people. There is no strict definition of a mini lift. In general this may refer to less invasive techniques or to an"lower" face lift which treats the jawline and upper neck only. Discuss your options with a board cerified plastic surgeon. ...Read moreSee 7 more doctor answers
I had a total face laser lift 12 years ago. Face is saging at jowls and face in general. Will i be canidate for the ulthera?
It may help: Ultherapy may be helpful in her situation, but it will depend on the amount of sagging you are seeing at this time. Ultherapy works best on mild to moderate aging changes, and can work well in conjunction with a previous facelift or laser resurfacing. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Perhaps: It is common for one brow to sit lower than the other. This will be much worse if someone has weakness of the facial muscles as in bell's palsy. Certain brow lift operations might be able to improve the symmetry of the brows. Have a consult with a facial plastic surgeon. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Will a mini tummy tuck get rid of stretch marks? I have bad stretch marks on my lower abdomen from my two pregnancies. Will a mini tummy tuck remove them?
Is having a lower "neck lift" to remove the semi sagging skin the same as a full face lift just working below chin? Average cost? Downtime?
Neck lift: There are different types of neck lifts to address different anatomical variants just like there are different types of facelifts. Have your neck evaluated by a board certified surgeon who specializes in these procedures. The cost can vary by procedure and locations. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Usually: Sometimes, in the early post-op period after a forehead lift, the muscles may not move like they usually did. This is typically due to a stretched or bruised nerve, which recovers in about 8 weeks or so, and the muscles start to move again. If the muscles in the forehead were cut or partially resected as a part of your surgery, then there will be less motion than before - as desired. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Varies by area of: the country. In our area, we try to compete with surgeons from latin America, so to keep patients safe and help them stay in the USA for their procedures we tend to have lower prices. For both procedures it starts at $8000 it includes surgeon's fee, anesthesia, and office based OR. Don't choose your cosmetic or plastic surgeon based on price. Consider first the surgeon's experience and proficiency ...Read moreSee 5 more doctor answers
Yes : Some patients are simply not good candidates for liposuction surgery of the upper arms. Much depends on the patient's specific anatomy ( including characteristics such as the quantity and quality of the overlying skin. Patients with loose skin and/or loss of skin elasticity will not do well with liposuction surgery. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers