According to a recent study in Canada, a facelift can help erase up to seven years from your face. Medical students and professionals reviewed postoperative pictures of 60 participating patients, men and women who had one or a combination of facial surgeries. From this study, the average estimate of perceived a difference of 8.9 years than their actual age. Those with the most dramatic results had combined a number of procedures in addition to the facelift. These procedures included eyelid surgery, neck lift surgery, and forehead lift surgery.
In the US, men and women spend billions of dollars a year on cosmetic procedures from liposuction to breast augmentation. The goals behind these surgeries are more about a patient feeling more comfortable in their own bodies than public perception. However, the goal of most facial surgeries is to reverse the signs of aging and restore a youthful look. Studies that show consistent reduction of perceived age can help prospective patients and surgeons make more informed decisions about surgical plans.
If you’re interested in turning back the clock, it’s important to consider the right Little Rock cosmetic surgery professional. As a cosmetic surgeon, Dr. Rhys Branman is board certified as both a cosmetic surgeon and a maxillofacial surgeon, a specialized field that focuses on the structures of the face. In addition, Dr. Branman serves as a Consultant to the Surgeon General in the area of Facial Cosmetic Surgery. Only through a combination of training, experience, and artistry can patients achieve the best results. Start planning your surgery with a consultation today.
For more information on a Little Rock facelift, consult Little Rock cosmetic surgeon, Dr. Branman.Posted May 24, 2012