Face

What Is Unique About A Facelift at Sthetix?

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Total facial rejuvenation with less downtime? Yes, please! At Sthetix, our team of highly experienced plastic surgeons is dedicated to staying up-to-date on the latest and greatest in surgical advancements. With advanced ‘R’ Lift techniques we’re able to produce exceptional age-defying results without the extensive recovery time associated with traditional facelift surgery. The ‘R’ Lift The ‘R’ Lift is a minimally-invasive surgical procedure designed to keep visible signs of aging on the face and neck at bay. The procedure can address volume loss, lax skin, fine lines and wrinkles, and poor texture caused by years of sun damage. View Our Facelift Gallery While traditional facelifts solely address the mid to lower portion of the face, the ‘R’ Lift also corrects age-related problems in the neck region. This is helpful because the majority of patients show signs of aging in more than one area. Men and women who [...]

By | October 7th, 2018 at 10:02am

Am I Suitable for the ‘R’ Face & Neck Lift Procedure?

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Reducing visible signs of ageing on the face and neck just got a whole lot easier. Men and women who want to look years younger but aren’t quite ready to commit to aggressive facelift surgery may want to consider enlisting the help of the age-defying ‘R’ Face and Neck Lift. It’s no wonder patients are flocking to get the ‘R’ Lift. It’s one of the latest, most advanced plastic surgery techniques to date. It’s minimally-invasive and doesn’t involve any skin undermining or deep tissue dissection. Patients can achieve lasting, dramatic results while keeping side effects and downtime to a minimum. The procedure, when used as part of a facial rejuvenation plan, can produce striking results. Because the ‘R’ Face and Neck Lift is less-invasive than traditional techniques, patients can quickly get back to their normal routine. The advanced technique is performed by one of our highly [...]

By | August 15th, 2018 at 4:04pm

How could I look after having cosmetic surgery?

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This is a question frequently asked of our surgeons. Any decision to modify your appearance cannot be taken lightly and it is only normal for a patient to want to see the final result before the procedure. To date patients were not provided with a response to this all-important question. However, with Crisalix a new cutting edge 3D imaging system, it is now possible to see yourself before and after cosmetic surgery. 3D Simulation Crisalix is the world’s first web-based using three standard 2D photos for aesthetic procedures, which recreates in 3D the patient’s face or body to further enable accurate pre-visualisations of the final result. Using this technology a patient can see their new face or body in 3D, as opposed to imagining the result using traditional methods, such as photos of other patients that do not represent the patient’s own anatomy. Crisalix’s technology recommended by IPRAS IPRAS, the leading international federation for [...]

By | April 11th, 2017 at 12:40pm

Dimple Creation

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Dimple creation is not a new idea. Back in 1936 the “Dimple Machine” was invented with a belief that if you caused prolonged pressure in an area then it would result in dimple formation. Dimple machines invented in 1936 - Photo Credit: Modern Mechanix/The Babble What is a Dimple? A Dimple is a small depression in the skin. On the face it is present due to a small gap in the zygomaticus major muscle. When we smile this gap presents as an indentation. Dimples in the cheek give a cute, sweet, feminine appearance and that is why many ladies who do not have dimples in the cheek want one creating. For many years people have tried to make dimples. The above-illustrated “Dimple Machine” was invented with a belief that if you caused prolonged pressure in an area then it [...]

By | April 10th, 2017 at 12:15pm

Predictable Ear Correction

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The biggest advantage of Earfold ® is its predictability, “what you see is what you get”. The Initial Consultation Your initial consultation enables you to see whether Earfold® is right for you. Your surgeon will explain what Earfold® is, take a full medical history, then examine your ears and assess why they are prominent. It is important that you have realistic expectations and your surgeon will take time to explain whether Earfold® is able to deliver the results you expect. First you will have the opportunity to discuss how you feel about the current position of your ears. Then, by using temporary positioners (Pre-Fold) you get to choose how your ears will look. The use of temporary positioners to decide the final look of the ear is unique to Earfold®, and cannot easily be achieved with standard Otoplasty. There’s a lot to take in, so we recommend drawing up a [...]

By | April 3rd, 2017 at 3:29pm

Ear Prominence FAQ’s

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Mr Tiago Ear Prominence is thought to affect 1-2% of the UK population. Earfold® is an alternative treatment for prominent ears. It is minimally invasive and is carried out under local anaesthesia with immediate reshaping and rapid recovery. In this blog, Mr. Tiago answers some questions frequently asked by his patients. It is hoped that this information will be useful for anyone considering having an Earfold®  procedure. Who can be treated with Earfold® and is there an age limit? Earfold® is suitable for adults and children who suffer from prominent ears but there are limitations for some age groups. It is designed to be of most benefit to patients with prominent ears that are caused by the poor development of the anti-helical fold. The Earfold® implant is also an excellent solution for people with asymmetric ears; (one ear is more prominent than the other). What are the limitations of Earfold®? In some cases, prominence can be [...]

By | March 28th, 2017 at 2:18pm

An Education On Melanocytic Naevi

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How & Why Do Moles Develop? More of us have moles than those that don't, and there are numerous different types of moles; some harmless while some can be very dangerous indeed. Moles form when skin cells don't grow as they should. Instead of growing evenly spread across the skin, sometimes skin cells grown in clusters which causes moles to appear. You are more likely to get moles if you possess fair skin rather than those of us with darker skin and moles can also develop if they are common within your family. The most common types of mole include junctional melanocytic naevi, dermal melanocytic naevi and compound melanocytic naevi. There are also rarer types of mole including halo naevi, blue naevi and atypical naevi. The Importance Of Checking Your Skin While most moles  are usually completely harmless, some can develop into a serious form of skin cancer known as [...]

By | September 8th, 2016 at 11:55am

Nose Job – Mr Irfan Khan answers rhinoplasty FAQs

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A rhinoplasty (or a nose job as it’s more commonly known) is designed to improve the appearance of your nose and/or to improve any breathing difficulties. Mr. Irfan Khan has a special interest and vast experience in performing this operation with transformative results. In this blog, Mr. Khan has answered some questions frequently asked by his patients. It is hoped that this information will be useful for anyone considering having a rhinoplasty in the future. Am I suitable to have a rhinoplasty? Having a rhinoplasty has been proven to increase your self-confidence and self-perception. It is ideal for anyone who is worried about the shape of their nose and is the main reason why Mr. Khan performs this procedure. During your initial consultation,  Mr. Khan will ask you about your concerns regarding your nose. A lot of care and thought is then taken to suggest which procedure is most suitable [...]

By | October 28th, 2015 at 4:31pm
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