Phoenix Plastic Surgeon's Facelift Still Changing Cosmetic Surgery After a Decade

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For the last ten years the Anderson Endoscopic Facelift has been turning back the clock on aging and reducing the discomfort and healing times associated with a traditional facelift.

The fountain of youth is no longer a fairy tale with a revolutionary facelift procedure that takes away the appearance of years of aging and reduces the discomfort and healing times associated with a traditional facelift.

The Anderson Endoscopic Facelift was pioneered by renowned Phoenix plastic surgeon Dr. Richard Anderson nearly a decade ago, and since then more than 1000 satisfied patients have experienced the extraordinary rejuvenation effects provided by this breakthrough procedure.

The Anderson Endoscopic Facelift uses a long, thin, pencil shaped scope introduced through several discrete incisions in the scalp and temple. This tool allows Dr. Anderson to see under the skin without separating it from the body, thereby preventing the painful bruising and swelling common to older facelifts.

Once Dr. Anderson can see under the skin, he uses tiny scissors to release and mobilize muscle tissue. Once released he uses internal suspension sutures to provide the tension necessary to support younger, smoother, more attractive skin and muscle tone. The tiny incisions are sewn up and the patient can usually return home as soon as the operation is over.

"In the past, people who wished to turn back the clock on the signs of aging had limited options that sometimes left them physically and emotionally drained," explains Dr. Anderson. "The Anderson Endoscopic Facelift provides the same benefits as the older procedures but with less swelling and a more rapid return to work and other activities."

A board-certified member of the American Board of Plastic Surgery and the America Board of Otolarynology, Dr. Anderson has over 25 years of surgical experience and 20 years of leading the medical field in the use of surgical lasers. He received his medical degree from Northwestern University Medical School and frequently speaks at plastic surgery conventions across the country and around the world.

Richard Anderson, M.D. gives back to the community by donating his time and experience to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, and helps reduce violent crime by participating in a program to remove gang tattoos from troubled youths throughout the greater Phoenix area.
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