Tampa, FL (February 22, 2012) – A new study released Monday, February 20th, 2012, in the Archives of Facial Plastic Surgery found that face lifting procedures really do make men and women look younger – almost 9 years younger to be exact.
When shown photos of 60 participants that have had face lifting procedures, medical student evaluators rated that on average, these patients looked 8.9 years younger than their chronological age, post-surgery.
Tampa-based double board certified facial cosmetic surgeon Richard Castellano, MD, is founder of the popular ImageLift™ face lifting procedure (www.imagelift.com), is a nationally recognized expert in facial plastic surgery, has performed over 5,000 procedures and is available for comment or interview about this eye-opening new study.
To book an interview: Please contact senior publicist, Kelly Diedring Harris, at (727) 744-9894, or KellyDH@IdeaWorksCreate.com.
*Dr. Castellano is happy to perform live in-studio demonstrations and you are invited to photograph or video live procedures and interview Image Lift patients.*
About Image Lift and Dr. Richard Castellano: The Image Lift Experience is the creation of Richard Castellano, MD, a Double Board Certified Facial Plastic Surgeon with the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and the American Board of Otolaryngology in Head and Neck Surgery. Based in Tampa, Florida, Dr. Castellano has performed over 3,500 facelifts, mini-‐lifts and eyelifts making him one of the most experienced facial plastic surgeons in the United States today. Through the Image Lift technique, Dr. Castellano has developed a specialized approach that allows each patient to undergo their own individual personal transformation, while maintaining their natural appearance and looking more youthful. He is well known for delivering world-‐class care to his patients and he utilizes his extensive experience in office-‐based facial plastic surgery to ensure the very best outcomes.
For more information, visit www.ImageLift.com or call (888) 789‐4624.