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100% Non-Incision Cosmetic Surgery, The 'Frame Thread Lift,' Debuts December 14, 2008 At American Academy Of Anti-Aging Medicine In Las Vegas
Date:12/8/2008

Dr. Woo Jung Ho Reveals New Method Globally To The Surgical Industry. The existing face lift is a cosmetic surgery operation which involves a partial incision; however, recently highly renowned Korean cosmetic surgeon, Dr. Woo Jung Ho has developed a new face lift which is a 100% non-incision method. Patients can expect to rid away sagging facial features and wrinkles without any incision done to their face. This method creates a unique frame on the face and will be introduced to the United States at the Las Vegas A4M Conference on December 14, 2008.

Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) December 8, 2008 -- The existing face lift is a cosmetic surgery operation which involves a partial incision; however, recently highly renowned Korean cosmetic surgeon, Dr. Woo Jung Ho has developed a new face lift which is a 100% non-incision method. Patients can expect to rid away sagging facial features and wrinkles without any incision done to their face. This method creates a unique frame on the face and will be introduced to the United States at the Las Vegas A4M Conference on December 14, 2008. Dr. Woo Jung Ho will be demonstrating the procedure live, the day of the event. This method was developed by Dr. Woo Jung Ho co-founder of the Frame Thread Lift, also known as the J.J. Miracle Life, and director of the Miracle Cosmetic International in South Korea.

The surgeon invented this highly acclaimed technique while practicing the so-called Contour Lift, which was developed in the United States in 2004. The Contour Lift fixes threads on muscles to elevate drooping cheeks, chin, or eye brows. The difference of the Frame Thread Lift procedure as opposed the Contour Lift is that Dr. Woo Jung Ho's vector technique creates a "frame" on the face. The frame effect supports the structure and tissues--from low to high. There have been more than a thousand clinical tests, so its effectiveness is proven, however this method will be announced for the first time at the conference.

The cosmetic surgery has been all the rave in Asian and European countries since its development in 2005. While other techniques require small incisions to the face, Dr. Woo Jung Ho's technique needs none. The surgery entails spreading nets under the skin, just like the steel frame of a building. Recently, beauty cosmetic doctors from Japan, Europe, Singapore, Israel, and many other nations have visited South Korea to learn this new cosmetic method, and private seminars are being held for doctors in many countries to learn how to conduct the surgery. All doctors who received the exclusive training have received a certificate of achievement for the program.

"When speaking regularly about the Frame Thread Lift globally, it makes me pleased to know how so many doctors are inspired to perform the advanced technique," commented Dr. Woo Jung Ho.

The benefits of this sought after beauty secret is that it is a 100% non-incision cosmetic surgery, and the procedure takes approximately thirty minutes with dramatic effects of looking ten years younger. Patients are able to speak while under local anesthesia, as well as able to wash their face on the same day as the operation. Patients have zero recovery time, typically no swelling or bruising, and can go back to work on the same day. Results are semi-permanent with lasting frame effects.

About Dr. Woo Jung Ho: Dr. Woo Jung Ho, "Dr. Woo," graduated from Jung-Ang University in Seoul, South Korea. He currently works as a cosmetic surgeon in Korea, and currently presides as the Director of the Miracle Cosmetic International which includes branches in Los Angeles, Singapore, and Japan. Dr. Woo Jung Ho has been featured in highly acclaimed publications such as the Herald News and many Asian newspapers worldwide.
About The American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine & Regenerative Biomedical Technologies Conference: An international event with a world-class delegation of over 3,000 of the most influential physicians, scientists, educators, industrialists, investment bankers and journalists. The physicians of A4M, along with the advocacy of aging intervention and biomedical research, bring millions of new consumers to the realization that Aging Is Not Inevitable. Thanks in large part to these combined efforts, anti-aging medicine and regenerative biomedical technology is a $50+ billion annual industry, and occurs annually.

About Miracle Cosmetic International: The clinic is located in Apgujeong, Seoul of South Korea founded by Dr. Woo Jung Ho. The Miracle Cosmetic International has branches located in Los Angeles (USA), Japan, and Singapore.

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