Category Archives: Plastic Surgery for Men

Direct Necklift at Utah Facial Plastics

Dr. Douglas Henstrom, facial plastic surgeon in Utah, discusses his direct necklift on Good Things Utah with Michelle Money. Michelle: Welcome back to Good Things Utah, I love these segments. We’re talking about “turkey neck” today. It’s one of those things as women that we start paying closer attention to as we age. We have… Read More »


The Benefits of a Direct Necklift at Utah Facial Plastics

Dr. Douglas Henstrom, Utah facial plastic surgeon, discusses his in-office direct necklift at Utah Facial Plastics that comes with less incisions, downtime, and cost than a traditional face or necklift procedure. This press release was orginally distributed by ReleaseWire. Layton, UT — (ReleaseWire) — 06/27/2017 — Utah Facial Plastics offers the latest advancements in surgical… Read More »


Facelifts for Men To Further Their Careers

More men are turning to facelift surgery to help them stay competitive in the workforce and advance in their careers. This a trend that many doctors are noticing worldwide. Facelifts for men help define the neck and jawline and can turn the clock back up to ten years. Dr. Huang in Singapore reports, “The reasons… Read More »


More Utah Men Are Choosing Plastic Surgery

More and more Utah men are opting for plastic surgery. Why? Because just like their female friends and partners they want to freshen, maintain and improve their looks. And they are choosing to do so at Utah Facial Plastics with the help of Dr. Scott Thompson, a board-certified trusted plastic surgeon. Our male patients tell… Read More »


Top 6 Cosmetic Procedures for Men

Women, it seems, are typically the ones lining up for cosmetic surgery, but recently there has been a growing trend of men desiring to have cosmetic enhancements. Although much of the reasoning is the same for both men and women, one plastic surgeon states that men have two reasons for elective procedures: to look good, and to stay… Read More »


Male Facelift Testimonial from Utah Facial Plastics

Meet David, male facelift patient of Dr. Scott Thompson, Utah Facial Plastic Surgeon “I was a chiropractor for a number of years and retired in 2012. I wanted to have some things going on differently with my face. I had a lot of droopiness in the eyelids and had, probably through genetics, quite a bit… Read More »


PRP for Hair Loss with Dr. Scott Thompson

Good 4 Utah Extra with Dr. Scott Thompson, facial plastic surgeon and hair restoration specialist in Utah. Nicea DeGering: Fifty-six million Americans suffer from hair loss. Forty percent of those are women. Dr. Scott Thompson is joining us now from Utah Facial Plastics. This is a good person to ask this question to … is… Read More »


Do Low Testosterone Treatments Cause Hair Loss?

Is there a connection between low-t treatments and hair loss? Dr. Alan Bauman presented new findings at the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine’s Conference in Las Vegas this past week on this very topic. Many aging men today are turning to hormone replacement therapy (HRT) to address low testosterone levels which research estimates one fourth of… Read More »


PRP for Hair Loss Q & A

What is PRP Hair Therapy For? Thinning hair, breakage, and/or stunted hair growth.   How Is PRP Hair Therapy Performed? Blood is first drawn by our Nurse and spun in a centrifuge to separate the growth factors. Dr. Thompson then numbs the scalp and injects the platelet rich plasma under the scalp. Our nurse, Alfie, then micro-needles the… Read More »


2016 Plastic Surgery Trends According To RealSelf

  RealSelf.com recently released a study showing how plastic surgery trends have changed over the years and what is currently top of the list. The study was conducted by asking board-certified physicians what was most popular in 2015 and what they are expecting for 2016. According to this study, women are now less concerned with enlarging… Read More »


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