Posts Tagged ‘ minimally invasive facelift ’
Minimally Invasive Facelift: Counterpoint
I was recently asked by a major cosmetic publication to discuss my feelings on minimally invasive facelifts. Although I think they are a possible option for younger patients, I believe they are over used on patients that actually require a more comprehensive facelift and therefore lead to many unhappy patients that are left with a lesser […]
Dear Dr. Joe, what do you think about the MACS facelift?
Sometimes routine questions that I receive on my web page make interesting reading and I occasionally post these in my blog. This following is an actual question and answer concerning the MACS facelift technique. Question: Dear Dr. Joe, I am 46 years old and getting my mother’s neck. What do you think about the MACS […]
Minimally Invasive Cosmetic Facial Surgery: Is Less Really More?
In this day and age of sensational media coverage for cosmetic surgery it can be difficult to sort the wheat from the chaff in terms of what is good and what is hype. There is no doubt that many things in cosmetic surgery have gotten easier. The average hospital stay for a facelift 3o years […]