Is A Facelift Worth It?


October 16, 2014

featured docIs a facelift worth it? That is a frequently asked question on the popular cosmetic social site, RealSelf.com, where Dr. Thompson is listed as Utah’s top facelift expert.

Aging causes loose, sagging skin and wrinkles, from fine lines to deep folds. A facelift that addresses the muscle and connective tissue (SMAS layer), and not just the skin, is the only way to achieve long-term restoration of the mid and lower face. Other procedures can be done at the same time, such as a browlift or eyelid lift, to provide full facial rejuvenation.

Participants who have undergone facelift surgery are invited to vote whether the procedure was worth it or not and provide helpful information about their experience with facelift surgery. When asked, “Is A Facelift Worth It?”, 89% said yes. That is 19% higher than the rating Botox received for the same question.

Here’s what a few of Dr. Thompson’s patients have to say about their experience:

“My complete experience from start to the end was much more than I ever expected. Dr. Thompson and his staff are now apart of me. Dr. Thompson was able to give me something I never thought possible. I look in the mirror everyday and still, two months later, get tears in my eyes. My neck is wonderful!! Thank you all so much.” ~ CF “Dr. Thompson did a full facelift procedure on my mother. She was a challenge as she is Native American and has very heavy skin. The work he did was amazing! My mother looks so rejuvenated and 15 years younger! I know it was a challenge, but he conquered that challenge and changed my mothers outlook on life, confidence level, and made her look as beautiful as ever! I am very excited, that some time in the future, I have found my doctor! If you can trust him with your mother’s face, you can trust him with your face!! I also want to mention his beautiful staff. They are so amazingly nice and personable! You feel like you’ve known them your entire life! Thank you Dr, Thompson and his Angels!! ” ~ SM

“I just wanted to say thank you so much for helping me feel better about myself. I have had loose skin and a thicker neck for so long and was so self conscious about it. After losing some weight I thought it would help. I only felt worse about it. Even the day after surgery when the bandages came off and I saw a picture, I just cried. I was so happy. I hadn’t had a jaw and cheekbones for years. I just wanted to thank you and your staff for making me feel so comfortable about doing the surgery and being there to help me through it. You are a very caring Dr. and an awesome surgeon. Thank you……”

Patient satisfaction is best achieved when the patient is educated on the procedure, understands the risks and benefits, and has reasonable expectations for surgery. Dr. Thompson feels it’s important to prepare his patients before surgery to help negate or limit these negative feelings that can occur post operatively. All information will be addressed and discussed at your pre-operative appointment, including the 4 emotional stages of facelift surgery as shown in the graphic below.

Dr. Thompson sees facelift patients frequently during the first few weeks following surgery to make sure they are healing well and to help them through. Our nurses are also just a phone call or email away. We recognize that it takes a support team to guide you through and it’s very rewarding to see the happiness a patient experiences from facelift surgery once everything has healed.

facelift emotions chart

 

To learn more about recovery, read more testimonials and see before and after photos, visit our Facelift page. To see if you are a candidate for facelift surgery, call (801)776-2220 to schedule a free consultation with Dr. Thompson at our Layton, Bountiful, or Draper location.

 

 

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This post was written by Jenny Yergensen

1 Comment

  • facelift says:

    Über Chip Fabel solcher britischen Plastischen
    Chirurgie mehr noch des Verbandes dieser „BAPS British
    Association of Plastic Surgeons“ während welcher
    beiden Weltkriege überdies jener Zwischenzeit wird
    in dieser von Seiten Wallace, „Honorary Archivist to the
    Association“ herausgegebenen Vierzigjahresfestschrift
    inbegriffen vielen Feinheiten berichtet (Wallace
    1987).
    Zur (sich) messen können mit Dauer genauso Ganzer (1879–1960)
    in Berlin erbrachte Kazanjian in Etaples nahe
    Boulogne des Weiteren den Frontlinien den wichtigen
    Mitwirkung der prothetischen Zahnheilkunde für
    Chip Erstbehandlung der Schusswunden des Gesichtes.
    Kazanjian war als Zahnchirurg Mitglied
    dieser „First Harvard Unit Attached to the British
    Expeditionary Force“ (Kazanjian and Converse
    1949).1920 kehrte er in Chip Amerika zurück, trat in
    die „Harvard Medical School“ ein unter anderem wurde
    „einer der führenden Plastischen Chirurgen solcher
    Welt“ (Converse 1977).
    Das plastisch-chirurgische Konzept
    in Zeitabschnitt dieser „Adoleszenz
    nebst des Wachstums“ 1918–1939
    Weitere wichtige Finessen welcher Weiterentwicklung
    des Konzeptes der Plastischen Chirurgie in den
    Amerika darüber hinaus hinauf internationaler Fläche bis zum
    Abadon
    145 4
    4.1 • Chip neue Wissenschaft – Mann, Gillies,
    Converse

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