MACS Facelift

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. …

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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 …

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Utah’s Top Facelift Surgeons Discuss Facelift Surgery

Dr. Thompson: I enjoy facelifts because they can really make a dramatic change for someone, a way that we can restore someone’s youth. We really can make someone look several years younger than their stated age and a lot of times we can make them look like that appearance that they used to have when …

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Facelifts Becoming More Popular for Men & Women in their Forties

Plastic surgeons are reporting more men and women opting for facelift surgery in their forties versus waiting until later on in life. While this seems to be a young age for surgery, there are actually many great benefits to making this choice at an earlier stage in life for the appropriate patient(s). People today are …

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