Facelift

Upper Vs. Lower Vs. Mid-Facelift: Which is Best?

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Like many ageing men and women, you’ve decided that you’re ready for facial rejuvenation. If you’re experiencing a variety of ageing concerns and aren’t getting the results you want through less invasive procedures, a surgical facelift might be your best bet. Many patients that come into our office assume that ‘facelift’ is a catch-all term for restoring the entire face. The truth is, a facelift is an entirely customisable procedure. There are countless types of facelifts as well as numerous methods for performing each. The skilled surgeon’s at Sthetix Cosmetic Surgical Clinic routinely perform upper, lower, and mid-facelifts with exceptional results for the patient. View More Patient Results Which Facelift is Best? Every patient ages differently. What’s best for one patient may not necessarily be the best for another. In fact, depending on your individual needs you may be [...]

By | May 11th, 2019 at 2:40pm

How Long Does It Take to Recovery from an ‘R’ Face and Neck Lift?

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One of the most common questions we get at Sthetix is, “What recovery can I expect?” Understandably, many patients would like to look and feel their best while keeping downtime to a minimal. Between work, family, and social responsibilities, it’s difficult to fit a lengthy recovery period into our everyday lives. The good news is, there’s a new facelift technique that’s able to produce superior results with minimal downtime. It’s called the ‘R’ Face and Neck Lift, and it’s revolutionizing the way we address moderate to severe signs of aging on the mid-to-lower face. At Sthetix, we use the advanced surgical technique to smooth wrinkles, tighten skin, and contour the jawline for a more youthful appearance. So, what recovery can you expect? Let’s take a look. ‘R’ Face & Neck Lift Recovery The ‘R’ Face and Neck [...]

By | February 6th, 2019 at 12:42pm
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