Tag Archive: facial rejuvenation Scottsdale

“Bigger isn’t Better” Applies to Lips too!

April 24, 2017 4:34 pm Published by

Many women would like their lips to look better, less wrinkled, and more attractive. Some want and could benefit from more volume, but have you ever wondered why some women seem to think their lips look better when they are so big they don’t even look like lips anymore? I certainly have. I am not able to answer that exact... Read the full post

Is the Way You Sleep Making You Look Older?

September 8, 2016 10:41 am Published by

Do you wake up each morning to find your face marked with lines and creases from your pillow and wonder if the way you sleep is affecting your appearance? If so, you’re not the only one asking if you can get wrinkles while sleeping. Researchers have been studying the effects of sleep position on wrinkle formation, and what they found... Read the full post

Is Fat Grafting a Good Solution for Facial Rejuvenation?

January 27, 2015 6:47 pm Published by

Although fat grafting is often cited in the media as an option for facial rejuvenation, board certified plastic surgeon Dr. Patti Flint finds the results to be unnatural and often temporary. Watch this video with Patti Flint, MD to find out why. If you want to learn about your facial rejuvenation options, contact our office today. Video Transcription: Fat grafting... Read the full post

Study Proves the Longevity of Facelifts

February 28, 2013 7:34 pm Published by

One of the most common questions plastic surgeons are asked by patients who are considering facial rejuvenation surgery is, “How long will my facelift last?” Until recently, there were no scientific data on which to base an answer. A study recently published in the Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Journal revealed that 76 percent of facelift patients remained younger looking five... Read the full post

All Facelifts Are Not Created Equal

January 2, 2013 8:00 am Published by

If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. When it comes to facelifts, short procedures, with short incisions and short recoveries, rarely deliver on the promises of the providers that offer them. Avoiding the procedural shortcuts that are so popularly marketed today has allowed me to deliver on my goal of providing long lasting, natural results to... Read the full post