Category Archives: Face Procedures

Do Mormons Get More Plastic Surgery?

Welcome to facial aesthetics unmasked. Interesting topic today…with some of our favorite people, the world renowned Kari Hawker-Diaz. Kari: Wow…that is quite the title. Jenny: With every episode it gets better. You’re all world-renowned. Kari: Wow!! Dr. Henstrom: You are now because of all the podcast you’ve been on. Jenny: Yes, after 3 you’re world… Read More »


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Thread Lift or Mini Facelift?

Lately, it seems as though anti-aging has become even more of a lunch-hour thing than ever before. We can apply a few injections to minimize frown lines or plump the lips with virtually no recovery period. Now, thanks to thread lift techniques, it seems one can also reverse more significant signs of aging without needing… 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 »


5 Ways To Heal Faster From A Facelift

Most patients want to heal as quickly as possible after having a facelift from one of our amazing surgeons at Utah Facial Plastics. Whether you need to get back to work, have a special event or just want to show all your friends and family just how refreshed and refined you look, here are some… Read More »


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Get Back to Being You with Facial Reanimation Surgery

The face, head, and neck are highly innervated areas of the body. A trauma or condition such as Bell’s palsy can cause damage to the nerves in the face, leading to functional difficulties. Just as pertinent to nerve damage is the impact that an offset smile or asymmetrical facial features can have on a person’s… Read More »


What To Know About Facial Aging

I’m Dr. Scott Thompson and I’ve been in practice since about 2006. I’m trained in facial plastic surgery and if you don’t know what the difference is, facial plastic surgeons go through a whole different pathway to practice than a general plastic surgeon. Some of what we do overlaps but my residency and fellowship was… Read More »


Fat Grafting Seminar from Utah Facial Plastic Surgeon

Fat Grafting Seminar Information from Dr. Scott Thompson, Utah Facial Plastic Surgeon Let me give you a bit more information on fat grafting.This has been a relatively more recent advance in the world of facial rejuvenation and it’s become a lot better over recent years. It wasn’t part of my training 10 or 12 years… Read More »


How long does a MACSlift take to perform?

This is one of seven MACSlift (mini facelift) procedures performed at Utah Facial Plastics just last week. It’s a great procedure for lower face rejuvenation that can be done without general anesthesia. So how long does a MACSlift take to perform? An average MACSlift procedure takes approximately 3-4 hours for either Dr. Scott Thompson or… Read More »


What is the best age for a facelift?

Many patients coming in for facial rejuvenation and ask what is the best age for a facelift. The answer is the same every time…there is no specific age for any one patient, although the age range is typically from 45 to 65. Younger Patients Patients in their 40’s who are primarily concerned with sagging jowls… Read More »


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