SMAS facelift

Understanding SMAS Facelift


Facelift surgery has become increasingly popular in response to ageing, and this blog aims to demystify the SMAS facelift without overselling benefits or downplaying risks. Approaching cosmetic interventions with realistic expectations is crucial for making informed decisions. We strive to offer a balanced perspective, avoiding unrealistic promises and providing insights into the nuances of the SMAS facelift for a more authentic …

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neck lines

How to Get Rid of Neck Lines


Neck lines, also known as neck wrinkles or neck creases, refer to the visible lines that appear on the neck as a natural part of the ageing process. The skin on the neck is thinner and more delicate than on the face. It is more susceptible to signs of ageing like fine lines, creases, and loss of neck elasticity leading …

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how to get rid of marionette lines

How to Get Rid of Marionette Lines


Marionette lines, also known as puppet lines, are wrinkles or creases that form on either side of the mouth, extending downwards towards the chin. The name marionette lines is because of their resemblance to the lines on the face of a marionette puppet. Marionette lines are a natural part of the ageing process. As the skin loses its elasticity and …

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Nasolabial Fold

How to Get Rid of Smile Lines – Understanding the Nasolabial Fold


The nasolabial fold, also known as the smile lines or laughter lines, are the natural creases that run from the side of the nose to the corner of the mouth. It is a common facial feature that becomes more pronounced with age due to a combination of factors. This includes loss of skin elasticity and repetitive muscle movements. The depth …

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asymmetrical face

How to Fix Asymmetrical Face


Facial symmetry refers to the degree to which the left and right sides of the face are similar in terms of size, shape, and position of facial features. An asymmetrical face, on the other hand, is when the two sides of the face are noticeably different from each other. Common causes of an asymmetrical face are genetics, injury and ageing. …

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Facelift Scarring

Facelift Scars: What to Expect after Surgery


Facelift scars are a necessary part of facial rejuvenation surgery. Usually, scars will be hidden within the hairline and the natural creases of the face. However, if you have very thin skin or are not a good candidate for surgery, they may be visible. While there are steps that can be taken, the most important thing is that you take …

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