In today’s world, many people want to look and feel their best. Plastic surgery can help achieve this and delay the ageing process. In the future this desire to look young and attractive may become even more commonplace as people work and live longer.
People’s thoughts and attitudes towards the process of aging have changed over the past few decades.
While in the past, most people took a less involved and more passive view of it, in these modern times, people are more actively and deliberately fighting against this natural process.
1. What it is?
The S-Lift is an ingenious technique of facelift, which rejuvenates and enhances the face and neck by reversing the changes that have occurred with ageing. The “S” refers to the shape of the incision. The placement and length of the incision is varied according to the problem area being addressed, i.e., mid face, lower face or neck. The basic principle is to make the shortest possible incision and hide it as much as possible.
1. What is it?
Blepharoplasty is the removal of excess fat and skin on the upper and/or lower eyelid area.
To stay healthy or to improve your health it is recommended that you should exercise three times a week for a minimum of 30 minutes. We know that sometimes this can be difficult to fit into your already busy lives, but just getting off the bus one stop earlier and walking briskly to work will give you more benefits than what you may think. Continue reading “Key Benefits of Exercise After Surgery”