70 Is The New 50 - Sam Rizk, MD, FACS, Redefines What ‘Senior Citizen’ Looks Like With Breakthrough Techniques

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Pioneers Rapid Recovery Facelift for Highly Natural Outcomes

The face of seventy is changing, and it’s never looked better. Septuagenarians like Jane Fonda, Raquel Welsh, Martha Stewart, Sean Connery and Martin Sheen are redefining what “senior citizen” looks like. Being 70 no longer means inevitably giving in to droopy eyes, sagging jowls and wrinkled skin. Nor does it mean that drastic surgeries that leave an overly pulled, stretched wind-blown effect are the only youth-preserving option.

When it comes to reversing the hands of time, small surgeries and subtle work are changing the way we age. Gone are the days of expressionless individuals who had taken the never-ending search for the fountain of youth to an extreme. Today’s seventies set simply want to be the best, most attractive version of themselves they can be, without looking too different.

“Thanks to advances in technologies and innovative procedures to rejuvenate the face, while diminishing scars and recovery time, aging with grace has never been easier,” says leading New York double-board certified facial plastic surgeon, Sam Rizk, MD, FACS. “Results continue to become more discreet and natural-looking, making surgical solutions a reality for many who may not have previously considered it.”

Recognized for his thought leadership as one of the best facial plastic surgeons in New York City, Dr. Rizk has developed a rapid recovery, 3-D facelift that is helping patients look as good as they feel. The revolutionary technique results in less bruising, swelling, and scarring, reducing recovery time to just one week. Dr. Rizk’s state-of-the-art procedure goes under the muscle, sliding it backwards into its original position. 3-D high definition telescopes are used to visualize the face and neck structures in order to improve precision and safety. Outcomes ensure each patient has a highly natural, long-lasting result without any man made or abnormal tightness.

“People in their seventies are more tuned into health, diet and physical fitness than ever before,” adds Dr. Rizk. “Most of my patients from that generation are hoping to match their vibrant health with their outward appearance. We can do that with less invasive surgeries that have a big impact on appearance and confidence.”

Dr. Rizk’s office is located at 1040 Park Avenue in Manhattan.

For more information on Sam Rizk, MD, FACS, visit http://www.drsamrizk.com.

About Sam Rizk, MD, FACS
Sam Rizk, MD, FACS, is a double board certified New York City facial plastic surgeon and Director of Manhattan Facial Plastic Surgery, a JCAHO accredited surgical suite on Park Avenue. Dr. Rizk is a recognized expert on the latest advances and techniques in facial plastic surgery. He is a leader in secondary rhinoplasty, nasal reconstruction and repairing nasal defects for all skin types and ethnicities. Dr. Rizk has been selected for Castle Connolly's Best Doctors NY-Metro Area for Facial Plastic Surgery, and is a frequent presenter at AAFPRS, AACS, and FACE Ltd. http://www.drsamrizk.com

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