Face-lifts' gains last years, study confirms

12/4/2012 | United Press International

More than 75% of patients who had a face-lift looked younger more than five years later than they did before surgery, according to a study in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Though the patients did show signs of aging, their jowl height, chin-to-neck angle, nasolabial folds and overall appearance looked better. Standardized images of 50 patients were assessed for the study.

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