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Austin TX Cosmetic Surgeon Develops Innovative Natural Facelift Alternative: the NeoJuvenescence Lift
Date:5/14/2013

Austin Texas (PRWEB) May 14, 2013

The results of traditional facelift surgery are well known. It’s not hard to figure out who had a facelift, with the unnatural, pulled-back appearance it produces. Even worse, facelifts leave big scars, are expensive and require general anesthesia. Considering the cost, risks and results, the facelift is a procedure that has seen better times. "The traditional facelift like many cosmetic surgery procedures, is out of sync with what patients want in 2013," reports Dr Lawrence Broder MD, medical director of Beleza Medspa. "Patients do not want to go under, pay exorbitant fees, have big scars and have artificial results," he reports.

What if it's possible to harness the body’s unique ability to heal itself to produce a more natural facelift? The NeoJuvenescence Lift just does that.

The NeoJuvenescence Lift restores youthful facial volume and contours while draping freshened and tighter skin over it. "What we noticed over the years performing each of these procedures, is that when we combined them, results were multiplied", reports Dr Broder.

Performed entirely under local anesthesia with minimal sedation, the NeoJuvenescence Lift is safe and effective. The procedure begins with fat transfer that harvests stem cell rich fat from a donor site. Attention is then turned to the chin and neck area where smartlipo Laser Liposuction is performed. This phase of the treatment removes double chins, tightens neck skin and reduces the jowls. A blood sample is then drawn to isolate platelet rich plasma (PRP). PRP contains a wealth of natural growth factors that can stimulate stem c
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