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  • The Minimally Invasive Facelift

    ASAPS member, Christine Hamori, MD from Duxbury, MA describes the Silhouette Lift, a minimally invasive option for patients wanting to recontour the face without more invasive surgery. This sterile procedure is an effective minimally-invasive alternative to the traditional facelift. Dr. Hamori notes, “The Silhouette Lift can be enhanced with small amounts of filler that provide patients with both lift and volume within a short amount of time.” 

  • I Love My Facelift!

    Vivian decided to have a facelift, because when she looked in the mirror she felt like she was looking at an old woman she didn’t recognize. 

    Having an ASAPS, board-certified plastic surgeon made her feel that her surgeon had the qualifications and accreditation by his peers— and that was very important to her. 

    In this video, Dr. Levine explains what made Vivian a perfect candidate for plastic surgery. She knew exactly what it was that she wanted to see improved, and understood that this procedure would be the best method to achieve her goals. 

  • Eye-Enhancing Tips and Tricks

    By Allison Schmidt 

    If the eyes are the windows to the soul, we want to keep them in tip-top shape right? No one wants their soul-windows to have wrinkly droopy curtains and look like they’re in desperate need of a dusting.  

    Depending on lifestyle and other factors, the eyes can be one of the first places to show signs of aging. Because I want to stave off wrinkles and any signs of skin aging as much as possible, I apply sunscreen daily and I’ve started working on my anti-aging skincare routine, which includes a reliable and effective eye cream.  

  • 2016 Facelifts Are Nothing Like Your Mother’s Facelift

    As a sophomore in high school, (way back in the late 1980s,) I will never forget what it was like to witness a friend’s mother’s transformation post-facelift. Her mother, (who I will refer to as “Julie”) had just gone through a divorce and I remember her telling her daughter and me that she just felt like she needed to be refreshed. At the time I thought, why not just go to the cosmetics counter at the mall and get a mini makeover- or go to the salon and get a new haircut and color? 

  • Is 40 Too Young For A Facelift?

    Board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Andrew Ordon says although 40 is young, there are a couple of instances where that procedure is indicated. 

    “If you were much bigger and lost weight which left you with loose skin, then you could be a candidate for a facelift at an age like 40,” notes Dr. Ordon. 

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