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Dr. Sherrell Aston Addresses the Popularity of Dermal Fillers and Possible Long Term Side Effects
Date:1/12/2009

umers as many patients who have opted for nonsurgical procedures alone ended up disappointed when outcomes didn't meet their expectations." Patients routinely spend thousands of dollars on less invasive treatments when a surgical procedure could have brought more satisfying long-term results faster and more cost-effectively.

Recipients of facelifts today require 10 days to two weeks to attend a social function; and three weeks to return to full athletic activity. Short-incision facelifts look very good in seven to 10 days. Today's facelift procedures are technically sophisticated and highly individualized for the particular patient depending upon their anatomy and needs. Repositioning the underlying foundation rather than just the skin is the key to a refreshed and more youthful but not-operated-on look. Most patients in their 40s and early 50s do not need volume added in their face, but rather volume repositioning of the sagging tissues. Some individuals may lose facial fat as they get older and will benefit from fat grafting or a filler substance very judiciously-placed.

For additional information, please visit Dr. Aston's website at www.draston.com.


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