Facelift Los Angeles

Facelift Los Angeles
Face and Neck Lift Facelift Los Angeles
Face and Neck Lift
Face and Neck Lift Facelift Los Angeles
Face and Neck Lift
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Los Angeles is the city of style and beauty, people from all across the world travel to Los Angeles to see and have the top of the line acts. If you are interested in a facelift, Los Angeles is the perfect place for this popularity gaining the procedure requested by many. Getting those finishing touches on your face from wrinkles to deep lines is what everybody would love to do and getting a facelift in Los Angeles is assuring some the best care and treatment from all around the world. So how would someone go by getting a facelift in Los Angeles?

What is a Face Lift?

A complete facelift, as seen and performed by Dr. Mowlavi is a combination of the extended SMAS technique to minimize tension and fat grafting transfer for the central and upper cheek regions. Getting an operation done in LA, you may not want to have to travel more than once and have multiple operations and recoveries, so choosing a well-experienced doctor will allow you to achieve everything you need in one visit without needing to come back. Along with travel, operations, and recoveries, having one experience will ultimately bring the costs down as much as possible. A facelift is for people who are unhappy with the redundancy of their skin and the jowling in their face and wish to tighten their skin and have an extremely younger and rejuvenated appearance.

Are you interested in Facelift surgery around Los Angeles? Contact us at Cosmetic Plastic Surgery Institution today for a free virtual consultation with Dr. Mowlavi, Board Certified plastic surgeon to go over any questions and concerns you may have about your procedure. Thank you! 

See this 64-year-old female from San Clemente 5 months status post face and neck lift and lower eyelid surgery. The patient is very happy and notes that the skin around her eyes is much tighter.

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