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Facelift alternatives rid patients of neck 'wattle' without the downtime of surgery

...d more contouring in the neck region and require a facelift where excess skin is removed. According to the study, 33 patients were treated using this combination of neck rejuvenation techniques. Twenty patients experienced moderate improvement to the neck region while 12 experienced a marked improvement. "App...

Special scalpel reduces blood loss, facial nerve trauma in salivary surgery

...hat runs back into the hairline the same as for a facelift then using surgical scissors to remove the gland and surgical ties or electrocautery to stop bleeding. A small pilot study published in Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery in 2004 described how the harmonic scalpel could reduce operative time and ...

Men, check your blood pressure before checking in for plastic surgery

...likely to suffer from hematomas than women after a facelift due to skin differences. Men have thicker skin th...edure performed on men. More than 10,200 men had a facelift in 2004, accounting for nine percent of all facelifts, according to the ASPS. "By controlling bloo...

10.2 million cosmetic plastic surgery procedures in 2005 - up 11 percent

...l procedures, according to ASPS statistics. "The facelift is still a highly sought after procedure, nearly 109,000 were performed last year," noted Dr. Cunningham. "However, the fact it didn't make the top five surgical procedures can be attributed to increased consumer demand for minimally-invasive inject...

The appearance of your hands can reveal your age, study finds

...g appearance. However, looking younger after your facelift or eyelid surgery can conflict with aged hands that simply do not match the face," said Roxanne Guy, MD, ASPS president-elect. "After the face, hands are the second most visible, tell-tale sign of one's age. If your goal is to look more youthful or...

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