Here are 8-week results for my beautiful patient for whom I performed a short scar, vertical facelift, necklift and fat transfer.
She wanted to improve her aging changes, but still look like herself. This is the most common request I get when it comes to facial rejuvenation surgery. Many patients are worried about looking ‘fake’ or too different. I pay special attention to the patient’s appearance in youth, using old photos to plan and execute volume restoration with fat and optimal lifting of sagging tissue. My goal is to set back the clock, not change the character of my patient’s face. We are both happy with this improvement!
Transformative results from my lovely patient who was unhappy with the loose skin on her face and neck after weight loss. This kind of change can only be achieved with surgery. I performed my signature vertical short-scar facelift and neck lift using Harmonic Scalpel technology to minimize tissue trauma, as well as micro fat grafting for strategic contouring, and upper blepharoplasty. There’s no substitute for experience. My personalized technique has evolved over many years and is based on attention to countless details, perceptions, and nuances that emerge in a natural-looking final result. The surgical process itself is a fully present, almost spiritual experience, like any artist or athlete performing at their best.
Early results one month after facial rejuvenation surgery. This beautiful patient was unhappy with the loose skin on her neck and jawline and overall volume loss. I performed a facelift, necklift, temporal browlift and fat transfer optimize her jawline and neck, subtly lift the tail of the brow and smooth her facial contours.
She is ecstatic with the results and friends have told her she looks 20 years younger!
Just 5 weeks after surgery, my gorgeous patient looks naturally refreshed and youthful. I performed upper blepharoplasty, facelift with micro- fat transfer and a neck lift. She still has a some swelling and will continue to heal for several months.
My goal is always to set back the clock without making my patients look ‘operated’ or unnatural.