Bellevue facelift - plastic surgeon model

Our Mission

Our team has adopted a “super-specialized” environment for facial rejuvenation. We focus on the face, and only and specifically the face! Our surgeons are experts in facial rejuvenation and our primary goal is to achieve the best possible result as well as provide the best possible experience for each individual. We care and are extremely motivated to make a positive difference in your life.

Affordable

Consumer friendly cosmetic financing is available and for less than 100- 300 dollars a month, a complete facial rejuvenation is available for most all of our applicants.

Expert Surgeons

Surgeons are board certified in Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery or Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Our surgeons have a keen interest and a large experience in facelift surgery and dedicate their energies to achieving the best possible result. Great results come from expertise and experience, and Dr. Santos and his colleagues have performed 1000s of facelifts, with natural results, and perform 100s of facelifts each year.

Safety and Local Anesthesia

Traditional anesthesia for facelift surgery is general or IV sedation. We provide tumescent local anesthesia coupled with a mild sedative. Patients are comfortable and ambulate out of the facility afterwards. Procedures generally take from an hour and thirty minutes to no more than 3 hours, and we have an excellent safety record having provided thousands of procedures using a local anesthesia technique.

Making a Difference in Your Life

Traditional anesthesia for facelift surgery is general or IV sedation. We provide tumescent local anesthesia coupled with a mild sedative. Patients are comfortable and ambulate out of the facility afterwards. Procedures generally take from an hour and thirty minutes to no more than 3 hours, and we have an excellent safety record having provided thousands of procedures using a local anesthesia technique.

Natural and Tailored

All of us essentially undergo the inevitable changes associated with aging and aging of the face. Slowly, but surely, the face will age and change over time, and generally not for the better. Some individuals will age more quickly than others, some will age more gracefully than others, but an overall consequence of father time is ongoing anatomical changes to the face, which result in a less youthful, more wearied appearance. Probably the most important hallmarks of aging and loss of youth, center around the lower third of the face and the neck region including the changes of face and neck sagging, wrinkling, increased loose skin, fat deposition, fullness, weathering of skin, and jowl formation. In time, these changes can occur to all of us. None of us are immune to this process and the inevitable happens particularly to men and women over 50. Those who feel youthful, energetic, and as capable as they were in their 30s and 40s, tend to become even more distraught when they realize that their facial aging changes are more advanced than their level of physical health and overall inner perception of how they perceive themselves. What happens is that instead of routinely glancing in the mirror to see how we look, we avoid the mirror altogether. We avoid the mirror at routinely because the face staring back is sad, tired, and not the person we used to be, nor the person we perceive ourselves to be. What happens is that we find that less and less the more youthful generation pays less attention to us and to what we have to say and so that we become less important in daily conversations, work, and socially. Further and of more impact to our lives, there tends to be less interest from the opposite gender. There tends to be less intimacy than there was in our 30s and 40s. The truth is facial aging impacts our life. Essentially, we do not like how others, particularly the opposite sex, look at us, and internally we understand that there is a bit of a loss of who we are and a loss of our youth. Many will argue that we do not essentially feel that we matter as much as we did in the past.

What can we do about this? Is it possible to really change the way we look, and do so of course in a natural way? Should we remain accepting of the way that we look? Should we simply say that aging gracefully is a required duty for us humans to endure? Do we essentially accept the fact that we look older than we feel going forward, particularly after the age of 50? Of all of the things we can do for ourselves, of all the procedures that we can consider, of all the facial plastic surgery options available, facial rejuvenation, particularly a natural and tailored facelift, has probably become the most desirable and the most life-transforming. This makes sense because we can always hide aging changes throughout the rest of our body including sunglasses for our eyes or heavy sweaters and baggy pants for our upper and lower torsos. A significant majority of individuals who are enthusiastic and motivated enough to make a difference in their life and who undergo a natural and tailored facelift will experience high satisfaction. The result is not only a better and more useful facial appearance, but so often the result is an increase in self-confidence, a sense of return of energy and vigor, a return of a sense of feeling and being significant and mattering in life’s daily events, and a sense of getting back into the saddle again. Out of experience, it is easy to say that the result is that you matter more and the opposite sex pays attention more.