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Face Love

by | Apr 8, 2024 | Blog, Facelift

This is a question that is open to interpretation:

  • Loving the face that looks back at us in the mirror each morning.
  • Feeling so much love for ourselves that we radiate it out into each day.

Before and two weeks after Deep Plane Face and Neck Lift

It’s the inner and outer equation:

  • Does feeling good about ourselves mean we are kinder and less critical?
  • Does satisfaction with our appearance translate to greater self-confidence?

There are links between our outer and inner worlds. I’ve written about this before.

You can look to the studies to back this up, and you can take a moment to reflect.

It’s usually something that takes work – directing yourself to feel good, regardless of how you perceive yourself to look. After all, our inherent worth is tied up with the gift of being human and alive on this day. Nothing to do with our appearance!

But that’s not to say that our appearance doesn’t matter. The key is to find the seat of power – recognising the many choices we each have that contribute to how we look.

For example, eating healthy foods, drinking clean water, getting enough sleep and exercise, socialising, having a balance in our lives between our responsibilities and our pleasures.  All these factors contribute to our health, wealth, and happiness.

Before and two weeks after Deep Plane Face and Neck Lift

Choice is Power

Choosing to undergo a facial plastic surgery procedure, such as the Deep Plane Face and Neck Lift is yours alone to make.

The Deep Plane Face and Neck Lift is the procedure I now perform exclusively.

Compared with other facelift procedures, it offers:

  • Less downtime
  • Less swelling
  • Results that are in harmony overall
  • More defined cheekbones and jawline
  • Removal of excess, saggy skin on the neck
Before and two weeks after Deep Plane Face and Neck Lift

Before and two weeks after Deep Plane Face and Neck Lift

Not every plastic or aesthetic surgeon can perform this procedure. It requires specific training and expertise, as well as an advanced understanding of facial anatomy.

As the name suggests, the deeper layers of the face are targeted. This approach means the individual’s own youthful features are restored.

People usually can’t tell if you’ve had a Deep Plane Face and Neck Lift. You will look like you, simply refreshed, not distorted or ‘worked on’.

In the Seat of Power

To assess whether you are a suitable candidate for the Deep Plane Face and Neck Lift, you need to be healthy to start with. You need to be able to keep things in perspective and assess information to decide what is best for you.

If you would like to make an appointment to see me (with referral from your GP) please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Stay connected:


All surgeries on this page are performed by Dr George Marcells and are published with the consent of his patients.
There is no guarantee that your results will be similar as surgical outcomes vary. All content on our page is general in nature and does not imply a guarantee of similar outcomes or act in substitute of professional medical advice.
Any surgery or invasive procedure carries inherent risks and has recovery time. For more information, please see our website www.drgeorgemarcells.com.au.

Dr Marcells is a Specialist Head and Neck Surgeon specialising in Facial Plastic surgery FRACS
(Registration: MED0001133270)

Before and two weeks after Deep Plane Face and Neck Lift

 

 

 

This is a question that is open to interpretation:
  • Loving the face that looks back at us in the mirror each morning.
  • Feeling so much love for ourselves that we radiate it out into each day.

Before and two weeks after Deep Plane Face and Neck Lift

It’s the inner and outer equation:
  • Does feeling good about ourselves mean we are kinder and less critical?
  • Does satisfaction with our appearance translate to greater self-confidence?
There are links between our outer and inner worlds. I’ve written about this before. You can look to the studies to back this up, and you can take a moment to reflect. It’s usually something that takes work – directing yourself to feel good, regardless of how you perceive yourself to look. After all, our inherent worth is tied up with the gift of being human and alive on this day. Nothing to do with our appearance! But that’s not to say that our appearance doesn’t matter. The key is to find the seat of power – recognising the many choices we each have that contribute to how we look. For example, eating healthy foods, drinking clean water, getting enough sleep and exercise, socialising, having a balance in our lives between our responsibilities and our pleasures.  All these factors contribute to our health, wealth, and happiness.

Before and two weeks after Deep Plane Face and Neck Lift

Choice is Power

Choosing to undergo a facial plastic surgery procedure, such as the Deep Plane Face and Neck Lift is yours alone to make. The Deep Plane Face and Neck Lift is the procedure I now perform exclusively. Compared with other facelift procedures, it offers:
  • Less downtime
  • Less swelling
  • Results that are in harmony overall
  • More defined cheekbones and jawline
  • Removal of excess, saggy skin on the neck
Before and two weeks after Deep Plane Face and Neck Lift

Before and two weeks after Deep Plane Face and Neck Lift

Not every plastic or aesthetic surgeon can perform this procedure. It requires specific training and expertise, as well as an advanced understanding of facial anatomy. As the name suggests, the deeper layers of the face are targeted. This approach means the individual’s own youthful features are restored. People usually can’t tell if you’ve had a Deep Plane Face and Neck Lift. You will look like you, simply refreshed, not distorted or ‘worked on’.

In the Seat of Power

To assess whether you are a suitable candidate for the Deep Plane Face and Neck Lift, you need to be healthy to start with. You need to be able to keep things in perspective and assess information to decide what is best for you. If you would like to make an appointment to see me (with referral from your GP) please don’t hesitate to contact us. Stay connected: All surgeries on this page are performed by Dr George Marcells and are published with the consent of his patients. There is no guarantee that your results will be similar as surgical outcomes vary. All content on our page is general in nature and does not imply a guarantee of similar outcomes or act in substitute of professional medical advice. Any surgery or invasive procedure carries inherent risks and has recovery time. For more information, please see our website www.drgeorgemarcells.com.au. Dr Marcells is a Specialist Head and Neck Surgeon specialising in Facial Plastic surgery FRACS (Registration: MED0001133270)      

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MBBS (Syd), FRACS (ORL-HNS)
Past President – Australasian Academy of Facial Plastic Surgeons

Dr George Marcells is known for excellence in facial plastic surgery and is considered a true master of rhinoplasty. He performs advanced surgical techniques to restore balance and harmony to the face and can also resolve functional issues such as breathing difficulties.

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