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Category Archives: Facelift

What is the Facelift Bungee?

Created by a woman named Kimberly Aschauer, the Facelift Bungee is supposed to be a non-surgical way to rejuvenate the face. Like a forehead lift, the device is supposed to eliminate signs of aging on the forehead. The device is sold in a little plastic container that looks like face-cream packaging. It’s selling for $25. […]

Facelift Surgery after Weight Loss

After significant weight loss, you may experience widespread skin sagginess, including on your face. This skin droopiness can be especially dramatic among obese people who have lost large amounts of fat following weight-loss surgery. Facelift surgery and body contouring procedures can be an effective way of removing excess, drooping skin. With obesity a rising problem […]

Facelifts for Men

Last year, the popularity of male facelifts grew slightly, by 3 percent, compared to 2010, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS). Of the 119,026 facelifts performed by ASPS surgeons that year, 11,214 of those procedures belonged to men. Although only a minority of total facelift procedures, men steadily pursue this form of […]

Facelift vs. Ultherapy

Ultherapy is one of the hot new facial rejuvenation procedures – no pun intended. Ultherapy uses ultrasound technology to heat facial skin, which is supposed to tighten skin laxity by stimulating production of collagen and produce results similar to a forehead lift. Ultherapy has been praised for providing facelift-like results at a significantly lower cost […]

Chin Implant Popularity Increases

Chin implant procedures soared last year, among both men and women, according to statistics from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. Overall, chin implant demand increased 71 percent in 2011 compared to 2010. There was a 66 percent increase among women in 2011, and a 76 percent increase among men. The greatest demand came from […]

Surveys Show Patients Want Long-Lasting Facial Rejuvenation Results, not Quick Fixes

In response to the economic recession, women and men seeking facial plastic surgery, including facelifts, are willing to postpone these procedures, according to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. The Society reviewed two surveys from the September, 2011 issue of the Aesthetic Surgery Journal. Facelifts and other surgical facial procedures provide gradual, long-term rejuvenation […]

Breast Augmentation, Facelift, and Liposuction among Top 5 Procedures of 2011

According to a report from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), the top five cosmetic surgery procedures in 2011 were: Breast augmentation Rhinoplasty Liposuction Eyelid surgery Facelift Facelifts had the greatest increase with a five percent rise from 2010. According to the information from the ASPS 2011 Plastic Surgery Statistics Report, significantly more people […]

Can Sleeping on Your Back provide Facial Rejuvenation Effects?

Apparently, a plastic surgeon recently claimed in the Belling Herald that the way you sleep can affect how old you look. Although lifestyle adjustments like these may prevent wrinkles, plastic surgery procedures like a facelift are typically more effective. The idea behind the sleep claim is that, if you sleep on your side or stomach, […]

Facelift Shown to Erase Seven Years of Aging

A recent study has found that a facelift combined with other cosmetic procedures provides a rejuvenated facial appearance making you appear seven or more years younger. The study was published last month in Archives of Facial Plastic Surgery. The 60 people included in the study were divided into three groups based on the cosmetic procedures […]

Study Shows Vampire Facelift is more Facial Filler than Facelift

A recent study showed that Selphyl, or the “vampire facelift,” resulted in softer skin and improved skin texture after eight to 12 weeks. These results highlight the fact the Selphyl provides results comparable to facial fillers like Juvederm, and facelift-like results should not be implied or expected. Selphyl injections involve drawing your own blood and […]