Fairfax, VA -- (ReleaseWire) -- 01/06/2014 -- Famous for her “Natural Look” Dr. Victoria Suh is confident in her ability to make a facelift look like one is simply well-rested. Understanding that the clientele in her region aren’t impressed with overdone procedures the Founder of Victoria Plastic Surgery Center is mindful that loose facial skin, sagging jowls, cheeks and neck skin are no match for her finely honed specialty. The renowned plastic surgeon said recently of her facelift procedure, “There’s just no reason for a facelift to look obvious. And that’s not just for women; studies show that more men are opting for facial enhancement procedures to help restore a more balanced and vibrant facial appearance over all. We’re here to accommodate that need beautifully.”
Both men and women, who are in good health, ranging in age from their mid-forties to their sixties and eighties can see remarkable benefits from a facelift. A facelift alone will reasonably change the patient’s lower section of the face however, combined with a brow lift or eyelid surgery the look can be enhanced even further. Facelifts at Victoria Plastic Surgery Center are done under general anesthesia in an accredited outpatient surgical center. As several small incisions will have been made generally around the ear and in the scalp various bandages and medications will be ongoing to protect against infections as the body heals. Swelling and bruising is normal for about one week after surgery and rest is intentionally prescribed.
About Dr. Victoria Suh
Dr. Victoria Suh is a board certified plastic surgeon and is one of the best plastic surgeons in Northern Va with more than 15 years of experience and hundreds of satisfied patients all over US. She specializes in facelift, breast augmentation in Virginia as well as mommy makeover in Virginia.
For more information visit http://plasticsurgeoninnorthernva.com. To connect on Facebook, YouTube, Google +, LinkedIn and Twitter visit
www.linkedin.com/in/victoriasuh/ and https://twitter.com/VictoriaSuh respectively.
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