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What is the estimated price for a facelift in Toronto?
There are many different types of facelifts as there are many different types of aging faces that present for rejuvenation. One of the more common types of facelift is a mini facelift. A mini facelift is designed with an incision inside the ear and extends slightly behind the ear lobule. It is excellent for correcting modest concerns of the jaw line and under the chin. A mini facelift will not address the mid-face, eyes, brow or more complicated problems of the neck.
A mini facelift can cost anywhere from $4,000.00 to $8,000.00 depending on the experience of the plastic surgeon and the difficulty of your tissue. A standard facelift generally involves extended incisions from inside the ear around the top of the ear into the hairline and further around behind the ear. It can lift and address problems of the smile lines, the jowl, the under chin and modest problems of the neck. It generally involves elevation of the skin and some underlying deeper support tissue called the SMAS or muscle. A standard facelift performed by an excellent well-trained plastic surgeon with experience in the City of Toronto will cost anywhere from $8,000.00 to $15,000.00. It is certainly true that sometimes you get what you pay for and a face is always on display.
There are some more specialized versions of facelifts that include the brow, the lids, endoscopic elevations of the brow or the tail of the brow elevation with or without cheek elevation such as an endoscopic mid facelift and these can be added to a standard or mini facelift. Specialized facelifts that lift brow, all four lids, mid-face, jowl and neck would cost anywhere from $18,000.00 to $25,000.00 with the two or three top facelift surgeons in Toronto.
Posted by Dr. Stephen Mulholland on March 26, 2017 at 6:35pm
Have you watched Dr. Mulholland's workshop in Washington DC yet?
Sponsored by Cynosure, Dr. Mulholland did a two day lecture on aesthetics and the art of practice management with a live demo for the weekend of February 24th.
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Posted by Dr. Stephen Mulholland on March 21, 2017 at 2:28pm
Whether you've struggled with acne in your teen years or you're fighting through the common skin issue as an adult, we got some good news for you!
People suffering with acne will look younger longer! Thanks to their longer telomeres, it…Continue
Collagen is said to boost our health and maintain our youth. Luckily we naturally produce these proteins in our bodies, but it's said to decrease as we age. So by the time we are at the age of 50, we lose about half our level of collagen in our bodies due to lack of skincare and nutrition, causing fine lines, sagging, as well as weak bone…Continue
MedSpa team: Jennifer, Danielle, Lola, Marsha and Laurel
Posted by Dr. Stephen Mulholland on March 3, 2015 at 3:51pm
Not everyone is happy about the approaching winter, but Christmas and New Year’s Eve are always exciting holidays that many of us anticipate. People catch the holiday spirit and the holidays allow us to spend time with family and friends. But in our digital world today, there will be lots of pictures taken and tagged during these festive moments..That’s a lot…Continue
Posted by Dr. Stephen Mulholland on December 11, 2014 at 3:31pm
Countries in Asia, South America and Europe are taking advantage of the emergence of medical tourism by welcoming tourists and happily performing cosmetic procedures at competitive prices. Instead of paying full prices for procedures in North America or the U.K, people are flying to developing countries to save thousands of dollars on their surgeries. So, how much do surgeries actually cost in other countries? Let’s just say if someone would have to pay anywhere from $6000 to $12,000 for a…Continue
Posted by Dr. Stephen Mulholland on November 28, 2014 at 1:16pm
What is rosacea?
Rosacea, a skin condition, usually affects the face. People with rosacea have redness on their face, and if it’s left untreated, red bumps and pimples can develop on the skin. They have redness that doesn’t seem to go away or they frequently have flushed or blushing on their nose, cheeks, chin and forehead. This skin condition is typically seen in men…Continue
Posted by Dr. Stephen Mulholland on November 12, 2014 at 5:35pm