It’s important to know that a facelift isn’t permanent because it doesn’t stop the aging process. No cosmetic procedure has figured that one out — yet! However, a facelift will turn back the clock on your appearance, and you can reasonably expect to enjoy the outcome for about ten years.
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The demand for plastic surgery has gone up since the lockdown was lifted. Here at Desert Hills Plastic Surgery Center, we have been extremely busy performing various cosmetic procedures.
Unwanted signs of aging, such as wrinkles, depleted facial volume, and sagging skin, can negatively impact your self-image, and in turn, the confidence you project in your personal and professional interactions.
The loss of facial volume can be one of the most disheartening visible signs of aging. Sunken, shallow cheeks can add years to your appearance as much as, if not more than, wrinkles and lines.
Initial recovery from a facelift typically takes around 1-2 weeks, with full recovery and results apparent after around 6-8 weeks. Although it can take up to a year for minor swelling, tightness, and numbness to abate fully, typically you’ll be able to return to work and your daily life within just 2 weeks.
If you are spending a lot of time lifting your skin with your fingertips while looking at the effect in a mirror, then you may be wondering if you are a candidate for a facelift! The only way to know for sure is to visit a board-certified plastic surgeon like Dr. Hayley Brown.
Facelift surgery remains a time-tested procedure for comprehensive facial rejuvenation. Despite the age of the procedure itself, facelifts today are more natural-looking and refreshing than perhaps ever before. Please learn more about this procedure below.
Millions of people have used BOTOX® Cosmetic since its FDA approval in 2002. The ability of this medication to relax wrinkles is remarkable. As someone who has used BOTOX® Cosmetic before or as a first-timer, you may be wondering about pricing. The fact is, a wide range of professionals can administer BOTOX® injections. You may have seen it offered at dental offices or the ophthalmologist, although we think you should choose a board-certified plastic surgeon, who has extensive, specialized training and experience in cosmetic treatments. Prices range widely as well.
In the following video, Dr. Hayley Brown explains the difference between BOTOX® Cosmetic and dermal fillers. She also discusses which fillers are ideally suited to treat a variety of aesthetic concerns.
In this video, Dr. Hayley Brown explains the difference in two different types of blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery) and how each can improve your appearance by removing fatty deposits and excess skin around the eyes that may be causing puffiness or bags.