Saturday, September 23, 2006

Mankind’s greatest fear.

Among so many fears and worries, the most common and without exception is the fear of aging.

As we near forty, the mirror becomes our foe reflecting the signs of aging like sagging jowls and baggy eyes; our face becomes all wrinkles and creases.

The end result-we stop smiling!

Relax. There may be a solution after all. Read further to learn about the many ways to improve your smile!

Have you heard of the San Jose face lift?

Facelift surgery, also known as rhytidectomy, is a surgical procedure designed to reduce the visible signs of aging in the face and provide a younger, more refreshed look. It can effectively improve the appearance of jowls and sagging or loose skin of the face and neck.

You can find answers to a couple of the unasked common questions.
Is the surgery very painful?
You may experience some mild pain or discomfort after facelift surgery. Prescription pain medication can help to control any discomfort.

I am afraid of the resulting scars.
The incisions made for a facelift will result in scars but won’t be visible because they tend to be well-concealed behind the ears, in the hairline, and in the natural creases of the skin.

When the stitches are removed?
The stitches are typically removed within one week after surgery.

How soon can I return to work?
You can get back to work within ten to fourteen days after a facelift.
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