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Your Face = Your Feelings

Posted December 02, 2022 in Uncategorized
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We don’t do facelifts – we do ImageLifts. Consider that a “facelift” can mean many things. Most often, people associate this with a clinical term. A facelift is perceived by the lay public as: sterile, technical, traditional, and often overdone. They conjure up images of surgical anatomy; commonly performed in a hospital setting under general anesthesia, using drains and surgical staples, and requiring more downtime than most people want to undergo. Is this about plastic surgery or a horror movie?

The Bride of Frankenstein will be disappointed to hear that the ImageLift experience is about artistry, cutting-edge technologies, natural-looking results, and treating the whole person – not just his or her anatomy. You want individualized treatment because two people with the same anatomy, yet different stories, will most benefit from dramatically different treatment recommendations.

Think of how you would describe a person’s fingerprint. No two fingerprints are the same. That is how we approach our patients at ImageLift. We consider the whole person, heart and soul. Research has shown that when we are happy with our appearance, our self-confidence is higher. Have you found that to be true in your life?

Here are a few reasons that our ImageLift patients choose to look into facial plastic surgery:

1. Feel better about yourself.

2. Enhance personal relationships.

3. Be more competitive in the workplace.

4. Make more of a contribution to society.

What is your reason for looking into cosmetic treatments or plastic surgery?

Like it or not, your looks significantly affect almost every aspect of your life. As we all know, our society clearly has a penchant for young, good-looking people. Whether or not you choose to play in this game of how appearance and self-image influence ourselves and those around us, we cannot dispute the fact that taking control of our appearance is a very powerful strategy for getting what we need in today’s society.