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Tag Archives: Face

  1. What Is It Like To Undergo Intravenous Anesthesia?

    If you have chosen to get plastic surgery or if you are considering a cosmetic procedure in the Boston area, you are probably excited about the improvements you anticipate, but you may have some reticence or anxiety about intravenous anesthesia. Every cosmetic surgical procedure requires the use of local anesthesia. When complicated surgery or multiple… Read More

  2. Questions to Ask At A Cosmetic Surgery Consultation

    A successful cosmetic procedure starts with an honest and in-depth initial consultation with an experienced Boston cosmetic surgeon. What questions will you need to ask at that first meeting? The questions you should ask are listed below, but first; you should understand the importance of asking your cosmetic surgeon these questions. The cosmetic surgery patients… Read More

  3. The Cost Of A Facelift In Boston

    If you’re thinking about having a facelift, you probably already know that cost cannot be your top consideration. You will need to identify a surgeon with plenty of experience doing facelifts and plenty of satisfied customers. Then you’ll have to consider a number of factors to determine the full cost of the procedure. Keep reading… Read More

  4. What Are The Benefits Of An Instalift?

    Silhouette Instalift® is a new, revolutionary, non-surgical facial rejuvenation technology that offers faster recovery and lasting results for properly selected patients – without surgery or general anesthesia. Is Silhouette Instalift right for you? Keep reading, and you’ll learn how Silhouette Instalift is making facial rejuvenation easier and more affordable than ever before and how a… Read More

  5. A NEW Way To Lift Sagging Facial Contours

    We have recently introduced Silhouette InstaLift®, the breakthrough facial rejuvenation procedure that lifts sagging facial skin without the need for surgery, extensive scars or general anesthesia. The best candidates for the procedure are women who exhibit early signs of facial aging, but are not quite ready for surgery, such as face and neck lift. Silhouette… Read More

  6. Tips For A Healthy Recovery Following A Surgical Procedure

    Recovery from a cosmetic surgical procedure may be quick and easy for some patients, but for most of us here in New England, a full and successful recovery will take a little more time and effort. It is important to understand that the recovery process following plastic surgery will be different for every patient. What… Read More

  7. Can Plastic Surgery Be Covered By Insurance?

    If you are planning on getting plastic surgery then you should check with your insurance company to see if your procedure is covered by your policy. Some medical insurance policies will cover certain cosmetic procedures and others won’t. It depends on the type of policy you have and the type of procedure that will be… Read More

  8. How to Prepare for a Facelift?

    You’ve decided to get a facelift. You’ve found a qualified, experienced facelift surgeon that you’re comfortable with and it’s time to schedule the surgery. You’re probably very excited and maybe a little nervous. Being prepared can help calm your nerves and make the procedure easier on you. Fortunately, there are many ways you can prepare… Read More

  9. How is a Facelift Performed?

    A facelift surgical procedure, also known as a rhytidectomy, removes the excess skin of the face to minimize the visible signs of aging in the face and neck. A facelift addresses common facial issues such as loose skin and extra fat in the neck giving the appearance of a double chin, loose skin that causes… Read More

  10. Does a Facelift Remove Wrinkles?

    In short, a facelift is a procedure that tightens the skin. An incision is made and the fat below the skin is sculpted and shaped. The excess skin is trimmed away. There are different types of facelifts available and a skilled surgeon will be able to tailor the procedure to your exact needs. In general,… Read More

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