Category Archives: FaceTite


How Is A Facelift Performed?

Most people understand that a facelift is a popular procedure to lift and tighten the face. But do you know how a facelift is performed? Drs. Thompson and Henstrom, Utah plastic surgeons, both perform multiple facelift procedures weekly with incredible results. Here is some information on how a facelift is performed. Types of Facelifts There… Read More »

How Long is Facelift Surgery?

Surgery length is important to know when it comes to any cosmetic procedure. Knowing this information ahead of time will help you prepare for surgery and understand how long you’ll be under general anesthesia if that is needed for your particular procedure. So how long is facelift surgery? Types of Facelifts The length of time… Read More »

Questions To Ask Your Facelift Surgeon Before Surgery

You’ve found a well-educated, experienced board-certified facial plastic surgeon you’re interested in consulting with regarding facelift surgery. Before starting the consultation process we recommend writing down a the questions you have. It’s important to write your questions down as a lot is discussed during a consultation and the details can be overwhelming. Here are some… Read More »

What Is A Mini Necklift?

Many patient have concerns with neck laxity but aren’t ready for a full face or necklift. Here are three mini necklift options available in SLC, Utah. MACSlift Our MACSlift is one of our most popular mini necklift options because it lifts and tightens the lower face with minimal visible scars. MACS stands for Minimal Access… Read More »

Facelift Without Surgery in SLC, Utah

As Utah’s leaders in facial rejuvenation, Drs. Thompson and Henstrom perform 4-10 facelifts per week on average. But not all patients concerned with lower face and neck aging are ready for surgery or the downtime typically associated with surgery. We also see a number of patients desiring a more chiseled neck and jawline who are… Read More »

4 Common Questions About Morpheus8

Morpheus8 is an incredible non-surgical cosmetic treatment that lifts, contours and rejuvenates the face, neck and body with minimal downtime. Utah Facial Plastics is proud to be one of the first practices in Utah to offer this incredible treatment. Here are the answers to 4 common questions about Morpheus8. How does Morpheus8 work? Morpheus8 stimulates… Read More »

Facial Rejuvenation: When to lift and when to fill

Collagen is what provides elasticity and gives the skin a youthful appearance. Unfortunately, collagen begins to diminish after the age of 21 and once we reach the age of 30, collagen drops by 1-2% each year. This leads to wrinkles, laxity and other signs of aging. Luckily, there are many treatments available that can “fill”… Read More »

Predicted Plastic Surgery Trends for 2020

Plastic surgeons and dermatologists are making their predictions for what to expect in the world of plastic surgery in the upcoming decade. Many of the trends predicted for 2020 were quite popular in 2019 with a few surprises. Subtle Improvements Keeping everything looking natural is going to carry over into 2020. Individuals don’t want to… Read More »

AccuTite vs. Filler for Facial Rejuvenation

As Utah’s leader in facial aesthetics, we are pleased to be the only provider in Utah to offer AccuTite at this time. AccuTite is another minimally invasive approach to lift and tighten the skin and tissue below surface. This new treatment can be done by itself or can be combined with filler for enhanced results!… Read More »

FaceTite vs a Facelift: Which One is Right for You?

We are excited to now offer our patients a minimally invasive facelift option with FaceTite, which utilizes radiofrequency energy to stimulate collagen and contour the lower face and neck. For many years our surgeons have been searching for a minimally invasive facelift option that they could confidently recommend to the right patients. So how does… Read More »

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