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Category Archives: face lift

Is a mini facelift worth it?

You may be experiencing some lower face laxity and loose neck skin that you are possibly interest in treating. A mini facelift is quite popular and likely a treatment option you might consider. There is always cost and downtime associated with surgery so it’s important to feel that whatever you choose, the benefits outweigh the… Read More »


Will a facelift or MACSlift last longer?

Utah plastic surgeons, Drs. Thompson and Henstrom, perform many facelift and MACSlift (mini lift) procedures each week with incredible results. During the consultation process, patients typically ask about recovery, results and how long to expect those results to last. With two main options to lift the face, most patients want to know if a facelift… Read More »


What is FaceTite?

FaceTite by Inmode is a minimally-invasive treatment that is used on the face and other small areas of the body. This treatment is able to contour and tighten both the neck and lower face without large scars or extensive downtime. FaceTite utlizes RFAL (radio frequency-assisted liposuction) for thermal energy to tighten and remove excess fat.… Read More »


Is a Facelift or MACSlift best for you?

A facelift is not a one-size-fits-all type of surgery. Every individual is going to have different concerns and needs as everyone ages differently. Our top Utah facial plastic surgeons specialize in both the traditional UFP facelift, as well as our in-office MACSlift (mini-facelift), to address varying degrees of lower face laxity. What’s the difference between… Read More »


Are You a Good Candidate for a Facelift?

Concerned with lower face aging but not sure if you are a good candidate for a facelift surgery? Facelift candidates include both men and women and typically range in age from 45-60 years old. Possible candidates often present with skin laxity, moderate wrinkles and saggy jowls. What is the best age for a facelift? There… Read More »


Facelift Questions You May Be Too Embarrassed To Ask

Patients always have a few questions in the back of their minds that they are just too embarrassed to ask their surgeons before or after having a facelift. Most answers you can Google and find online but the answers are often very general and may not apply to you. Although it may be embarrassing to… Read More »


10 Important Questions To Ask Before Getting a Facelift

When choosing to undergo a facelift, it’s important to ask the right questions and do your research. We’ve compiled a list of important questions you should ask any facelift surgeon before trusting your face to their expertise. What boards are you certified by? Both of our surgeons (Dr. Thompson and Dr. Henstrom) are double board-certified… Read More »


MACSlift Recovery Process

The MACSlift, also known as a “mini lift” is a great surgical option for patients who need less downtime or for those who aren’t quite ready for the full facelift. This surgery is performed multiple times each week by both Drs. Scott Thompson and Douglas Henstrom. The following photos were submitted to us by one… Read More »


Facelift Reviews for Utah Facial Plastics

Facelift and in-office MACSlift (mini facelift) procedures are of the most popular surgical procedures performed at Utah Facial Plastics. Both Dr. Scott Thompson and Dr. Douglas Henstrom are known for providing naturally beautiful results with both facelift options. Here are some of our recent reviews for facelifts and MACSlifts performed by both surgeons at Utah… Read More »


What Is The Recovery Time After a facelift?

It’s hard to get time off from work and life in general for just a dental appointment, let alone surgery. It’s often the most difficult part of the facelift process. Not the actual surgery or recovery, but finding the time to have it done. And many patients don’t want others to know they had surgery… Read More »


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