Is Sagging Of Your Jowls, Mouth and Neck Making You Look Older?
The NuLift™ — A New Facelift Breakthrough Pioneered By Drs. Blake and Mixter Can Help!
They say “wisdom comes with age,” but unfortunately so does sagging and drooping skin. At times this can make you look years, even decades older than we really are.
Individuals wanting a more youthful appearance today have more options in achieving their goal of looking younger than ever before. Many of these options are less invasive, have a quicker recovery time and can produce similar results to a facelift, which had classically been the only option available.
Mark F. Blake, M.D. and Roger C. Mixter, M.D. at The Clinic of Cosmetic Surgery specialize in performing the The NuLift™ that needs only a limited incision above the hairline to significantly lift the cheeks, jowls and neck, which diminishes many visible signs of aging. Not only does the technique allow for less downtime and quicker healing, you can actually experience longer-lasting results.
Unlike the facelift, the dramatic results from the The NuLift™ are immediately apparent, and it can be done under local anesthesia, which allows a patient to easily give Dr. Blake and Mixter firsthand feedback while it is being performed. This feature almost always ensures the results that the patient wants. Together, the doctors have spent countless hours working with this procedure. They don’t believe in offering every new procedure or “fad” that is introduced, only procedures that they believe are the best and that truly work.
“This is the facelift of the future,” says Dr. Blake. “It’s especially effective for those who want a subtle preventative procedure without investing a lot of time to get it done. It can literally be completed in a matter of minutes, and the results can last for years.”
If you’ve been considering a facelift and want to reduce the signs of aging through a lasting but less-invasive procedure.
All procedures are performed in his state-of-the-art surgery center, so we can save patients thousands of dollars compared to hospitals.