Facial cosmetic procedures are riding on all-time high figures. Indeed, the numbers do not lie when the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS) recently released the 2012 statistics regarding cosmetic and plastic surgery procedures. From 116,086 in 2011, the data for facelift procedures went up to 119,006 procedures in 2012. But the sub-story to these particular data: the increase is attributable to the proliferation of noninvasive and minimally invasive face procedures, such as botox and mini facelift.

Renowned Utah Facelift Surgeon Dr. Scott Thompson is well aware of the undeniable popularity of facial cosmetic procedures, but at the same time mindful also of the increasing jump towards less invasive options. For him, this trend is inevitable because, while many seek to improve their appearance, they want to achieve it with minimal risks as possible.

This is typified in one of the minimally invasive procedures where Dr. Thompson truly excels in: a mini facelift surgery that he prefers calling MACS Lift. Indeed, this is quite a revolutionary procedure undertaken to achieve long-lasting facial rejuvenation at very minimal costs (both time and money).

So what does MACS Lift do? Like a typical facelift surgery (rhytidectomy), MACS Lift Utah is aimed to improve a host of facial skin issues such as sagging skin tissues, jowling, midfacial laxity, and deep facial lines. However unlike other supposedly less invasive procedures, MACS Lift is designed to address deeper tissues beneath the skin.

Speaking from experience and proven skills, Dr. Thompson believes procedures such as “weekend lift” and “thread lift” are undeniably minimally invasive: not only do they fail to address deeper skin tissues, the procedures also provide minimal results. The Double Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon is emphatic about this point.

From the moment of consultation, Dr. Thompson will determine whether a patient is recommended to undergo conventional facelift or mini facelift (MACS lift) option. Needless to say, MACS lift is not for all. Take a look at the photo gallery of past patients who have undergone this procedure.

In summary, the other MACS Lift benefits include:
— Quicker Recovery
— No General Anesthesia
— Shorter Scar
— Long Lasting Results
— Less Bruising
— Restore Youthful Facial Shape
— Lower Cost

Schedule a consultation now with Dr. Thompson to determine whether or not you are a good candidate for a MACS Lift procedure. You may make an appointment by calling our office at (801) 666-2820 or via this Reservation Form.

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