Monday, September 11, 2006

It is one of those days…

It is one of those when we happen to stumble onto the same person repeatedly-right?
Or we may simply get wrong calls several times in day, or we may seem to drop things on the floor a couple of times more.

Why such things happen? Cannot attribute any valid reason-is it not so?

Like this, please don’t ask me why I keep writing about plastic surgeries today because my next topic of interest is going to be Chicago facelift before I introduce to you the San Jose facelift

I don’t know why Dr. Matthew D. Mingrone, M.D., FACS is so much dedicated to Facelift surgery, also known as rhytidectomy, so another question is skipped, but what a successful cosmetic surgeon he has become.

May be, when Dr. Mingrone completed his residency in Otolaryngology -- Head and Neck Surgery at the University of Illinois at Chicago, he had developed a passion for cosmetic surgery!

Some of his credentials are excellent:
A board certified cosmetic surgeon by the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and by the American Board of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, which include sub-certification in Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.

He is a member of the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, the California Society of Facial Plastic Surgery, as well as numerous local and national medical societies.

Like setting back the clock, facelift surgery enables us to look 10 years younger.
It is designed to reduce the visible signs of aging in the face and provide a younger, more refreshed look.

We can effectively improve the appearance of jowls and sagging skin of the face and neck.

Facelift surgery is most often performed with a combination of local anesthesia and sedation, though general anesthesia is sometimes used.

While I am not trying to sound too technical, let me outline a few very basic points:
The actual surgery takes several hours to complete.
During the surgery, skin and soft tissue of the face and neck are lifted, tightened in a deep plane and the excess is removed.
The muscles of the neck may also be tightened and fat may be removed from the neck with liposuction.

The healing process may take two to three weeks but stitches are typically removed within one week’s time.

The skin may also feel somewhat numb and tender.
Patients typically find that they can return to work within ten to fourteen days after facelift surgery, though more strenuous activities will need to be postponed for two or more weeks and sun exposure will need to be limited for several months.

I found an interesting note which says that men often find that they need to shave in new locations, such as behind the ears, as beard-growing skin is repositioned during surgery.

But be ware that the results of a facelift last between five to ten years only.

If you can afford the cost, you can undergo it all over again.
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