Plastic Surgeon Advances Fast-Recovery Facelift Procedure

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As American baby boomers continue to search for options to stay as young-looking as they feel, the recently introduced minimal-invasive Finesse Lift™ represent one of the most popular facelift alternatives to reverse signs of facial aging, notes Massachusetts facelift specialist Dr. Frank P. Fechner.

Renowned Facial Plastic Surgeon Dr. Frank Fechner of Worcester, Massachusetts is proud to announce the advancement of his fast-recovery facelift, the Finesse Lift™.

"American baby boomers continue to search for options to stay as young-looking as they feel, but many want to avoid major surgery", says Dr. Fechner. As we enter the fourth decade of life, our face starts to change with early aging signs including loss of neck definition and an increase in jowls along the jaw line.

Today's trend is to tighten early what has become lax and turn back the clock of facial aging. This can now be done without having a full facelift but with the fast-recovery Finesse Lift™ performed by leading facelift surgeon Dr. Fechner ( The Finesse Lift™ represents a new facelift option and is best described as an advanced fast-recovery facelift.
Over the years, Dr. Fechner has helped thousands of men and women from New England and beyond achieve their aesthetic goals. This experience helped Dr. Fechner to develop this new procedure.

"Our patients want to improve their facial appearance without undue recovery and risks," says Dr. Fechner, a double board certified facial plastic surgeon ( Of the several hundred facelifts he performs each year, minimally invasive facelifts now claim the majority stake. "Experience demonstrates that despite advances in technology, no laser or other "miracle" machine comes close to the improvements and longevity of our Finesse Lift™," Dr. Fechner reports. "And most importantly, the Finesse Lift™ does not change one's identity but it reliably improves key aspects of the aging face."

The doctor notes that unlike most facelifts, the Finesse Lift™ is safely performed in the office using just local anesthesia with a sedative administered beforehand. Feedback from hundreds of satisfied patients underlines their support of this novel approach with speed of recovery and overall comfort representing key advantages. "I loved the fact that I could walk out of the office just twenty minutes after the lift and return to the comfort of my own home", one patient remembers.

The Finesse Lift™ is performed by Dr. Fechner in about an hour's time. The short incision line is well hidden for excellent camouflage and avoidance of hair loss. The approach is customized for the specific needs of each individual so that specific areas of concern can be addressed appropriately. And Dr. Fechner adds, that even hair stylists experienced in spotting signs of a previous facelift marvel over the aesthetic results and the absence of usual tell-tale signs of facelift surgery.

Because the Finesse Lift™ may not be right for everybody, Dr. Fechner stresses the importance of a thorough and systematic evaluation before any procedure. "Although the Finesse Lift™ has revolutionized our practice, we continue to perform comprehensive deep-plane facelifts for the best outcome of our patients." That being said, the Finesse Lift™ is rather a popular alternative to but not a replacement for the "gold standard" of facial rejuvenation, the complete facelift.

Facial Plastic Surgeon Dr. Frank P. Fechner is Harvard-trained and double board certified with his private practice conveniently located in Worcester, Massachusetts. He is affiliated with Harvard's Massachusetts Eye & Ear Infirmary in Boston and UMassMemorial Medical Center in Worcester, Massachusetts. As a renowned facelift expert, he has been featured on ABC, NBC and other news outlets. Focusing exclusively on cosmetic face and neck surgery, Dr. Fechner performs in excess of five hundred facelifts a year.

For more information, please contact Dr. Fechner's clinic or visit

(508) 754-4000
428 Shrewsbury Street
Worcester, MA 01602

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