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Plastic Surgeon in Houston Highlights Benefits of Facelift-Neck Lift Combo

Dr. James F. Boynton's Unique Approach to the Combination of Facelift and Neck Lift Procedures Offers His Patients a Number of Distinct Advantages

HOUSTON, TX -- (Marketwired) -- 01/28/14 -- "Facelift and neck lift procedures are actually interrelated, so much so that performing one without the other can potentially lead to unsatisfactory results," writes Houston plastic surgeon James F. Boynton to begin a recent blog post. Titled, "Recovery from a Facelift Combined with a Neck Lift," the post covers two innovative techniques Dr. Boynton combines to perform the facial rejuvenation procedure more effectively, as well as what patients can expect in regard to the recovery and healing processes.

According to Dr. Boynton, "I typically perform a short scar facelift combined with an open neck lift and platysmaplasty, all of which have proven to produce fantastic results and high levels of satisfaction among my patients." Some additional advantages of this unique approach highlighted throughout the post are listed below.

  • The operation can be performed as an office-based, outpatient procedure.
  • Scarring behind the ear and into the hairline region can often be avoided.
  • The short scar facelift is typically less aggressive than traditional methods, often facilitating the recovery process.
  • The entirety of the recovery period is generally one to two weeks at most.

In the end, Dr. Boynton concludes the post by providing a simple comparison: "In my opinion, this is a drastic improvement over traditional methods that often require longer recovery periods and may even inhibit normal activities, such as driving, for up to three weeks."

About James F. Boynton, MD, FACS

Dr. Boynton graduated from Duke University and earned his medical degree from the University of Texas Medical School at Houston. He later went on to complete his General Surgery Residency at Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center in Phoenix, followed by a Microsurgery Research Fellowship at CHRISTUS St. Joseph Hospital in Houston, a Hand Surgery Fellowship at the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, and a Plastic Surgery Residency at CHRISTUS St. Joseph Hospital in Houston. Dr. Boynton is certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and has received numerous honors and awards, including a "Top Doctor" in Plastic Surgery nomination by U.S. News & World Report in 2012. He is available for interview upon request.

For more information about Dr. Boynton, visit boyntonplasticsurgery.com, plus.google.com/117107454704953031138/about, and facebook.com/DrBoynton.

To view the original source of this press release, click here: http://www.boyntonplasticsurgery.com/news-room/plastic-surgeon-in-houston-highlights-benefits-of-facelift-neck-lift-combo/.

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