Shani Grimmond uses make up to mimic a face lift
Shani Grimmond, 20, used make up to make it appear she'd had face surgery. The Brisbane blogger used pomade to give her brows a 'Botox' lift and concealer for a 'two-second nose job'.
Conclusions: This is the largest outcomes analysis of face-lift surgery in a patient population solely representative of board-certified plastic surgeons. Rhytidectomy is a very safe procedure when performed by board-certified plastic surgeons. Nevertheless, risk factors for complications are identified, several of which can be affected by surgeon choice of surgical venue, additive procedures, duration of operation, and type of anesthetic. The study provides a standard reference for professionals when counseling patients and in guiding clinical practices. CLINICAL QUESTION/LEVEL OF EVIDENCE: Risk, III.
Conclusion: The full regeneration of solar elastosis was obtained by injection of in vitro expanded autologous adipose mesenchymal stem cells, which are appropriate, competent, and sufficient to elicit the full structural regeneration of the sun-aged skin. CLINICAL QUESTION/LEVEL OF EVIDENCE: Therapeutic, IV.
No abstract available
No abstract available
Title: How Long Does an SMAS Facelift Last?Category: Procedures and TestsCreated: 5/21/2020 12:00:00 AMLast Editorial Review: 5/21/2020 12:00:00 AM
CONCLUSION: Both Eugen Holländer and Erich Lexer performed, independently from another, the first facelifts in Germany. Hereby, their operative approach was different. In contrast to Holländer who only performed skin resections for a better tightening of the face, Lexer undermined the skin in an area of multiple centimetres.Even in their suture technique the difference was visible. Lexer for instance conducted a special suture technique by including the fascia temporalis superficialis in his sutures for achieving lasting stability and tension relief. Due to this reason Lexer can be regarded without any doub...
This article discusses facelift complications, the causes thereof, and how to assess a problem, manage each complication, and comfort a distraught patient.
This article reviews rhytidectomy approaches and the current methods and practice patterns of the senior author. It includes a discussion of the extended sub –superficial musculoaponeurotic system rhytidectomy technique, which, in the opinion of the senior author, offers the best result with respect to neck rhytids, cervicomental angle and jawline definition, and improvement of jowling. With its ability to be readily coupled with a deep plane dissectio n, when indicated, this technique becomes indispensable in the facial plastic surgeon’s armamentarium.
The use of energy-based devices as surgical tools during rhytidectomy was introduced in early 2007 to 2008 and occurred when the first fiber laser was approved for laser lipolysis. It became evident that the fiber laser –assisted rhytidectomy could offer several advantages compared with conventional rhytidectomy. The use of energy devices now includes temperature-controlled radiofrequency and helium plasma devices. Energy devices continue to offer advantages compared with knife and scissor approaches: improved he mostasis; an ability to dissect into areas without full flap elevation; and the shrink-wrap late effects ...
This article details the anatomy of the midface and neck that is essential to understanding and performing the face-lift operation.