What Story Does Your Face Tell?
“Would you say we live in a visual society? Or does age or appearance make a difference in our relationships or workplace?” —Rich Castellano, M.D.
We don’t do facelifts – we do ImageLifts. Consider that a “facelift” can many things. Most often, people associate this with a clinical term. A facelift is perceived by the lay public as sterile, technical, traditional, often overdone; it is about surgical anatomy; it has commonly been done in a hospital setting under general anesthesia, using drains and surgical staples, and requiring more downtime than most want to undergo. Is this about plastic surgery or a horror movie?