Archive for April 3rd, 2008

My daughter is getting married in July and I want to have a facelift before the event so that I can look my best. When should

April 03rd, 2008 | Category: Facial Plastic Surgery

First let us start by saying Congratulations! Your daughter’s wedding will be an awe inspiring event for sure.


As for your question, when it comes to a facelift, the simple answer is one month to six weeks before the wedding would be good. Unlike, some of the advertisements you may have seen for the so called “lunch time” or “threadlift” facelifts, we believe that patients get the best and most permanent results by having time tested proven procedures. A real face lift can be done in multiple ways and at multiple levels and the only way to know which procedure will be best for you would be to see you in consultation. While our patients are up and walking the day after surgery, we tell our patients that it will take about two weeks for the swelling and any bruising to really be gone. We then tell patients to take another two weeks before any big events like weddings and anniversaries.

Since your daughters wedding is in July, while the sooner the better, you should plan to see us a few months in advance so that we can properly meet with you, discuss your goals, and have the time to schedule your surgery. We genuinely look forward to meeting you and helping you in achieving your goals for this once in a lifetime event. Please call our office and speak to our patient coordinator so that our team can prepare you for this wonderful experience.

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Why do women keep using skin creams that don't work? Is it true that fear is more powerful than hope?

April 03rd, 2008 | Category: Facial Plastic Surgery

Facial Skin Moisturizers

We came across a recent article in the NY Times that quoted research which shows that women are more likely to keep using a product that was not effective.

After interviewing nearly 300 women, ages 27 to 65, who were trying to achieve a more youthful appearance by using creams, vitamins and other beauty treatments, researchers were surprised to find that women were more loyal to products and treatments when they didn’t work than when they did. Read more

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