Top Anti-Ageing Plastic Surgery Procedures

If you would like to look younger and more energetic there are plenty of cosmetic surgery options that can help.  These may target the wrinkles of the face and eye area, but they can also target different parts of the body to help you look more toned and trim. Melbourne plastic surgeon Mr. Richard Maxwell and his staff would like to take a moment to look at some of the most popular and effective anti-aging plastic surgery options available to patients today.

The traditional facelift will help reduce wrinkling and sagging in the middle area of the face. The brow lift will address the furrows of the forehead area. There is also the lower facelift to consider, which is specifically performed to reduce the appearance or prominence of jowls.

The eyes are a major factor when it comes to looking younger.  Melbourne eyelid surgery can be performed to reduce the sagging of the upper eyelid and also to reduce puffiness or bagginess beneath the eyes. These are great surgeries that can help shed years from your appearance.

We mentioned earlier that the body can be enhanced through plastic surgery, one of the best options for trimming and slimming different parts of the body is liposuction. Liposuction will remove problem pockets of fat from your body, and can be performed virtually anywhere. If you need toning around the upper arms, chest area, buttocks, abdomen, thighs, and even parts of the face, liposuction can be a great help.

As women age, they may notice that their breasts droop or sag over time. To remedy this and restore a more pert appearance to the bustline, there is breast lift surgery. In some cases, this can be combined with breast augmentation surgery to help make the breasts perkier and increase their size and shapeliness.

There are more surgical and non-surgical options to consider for effective anti-ageing. If you would like to learn more about these different treatments,  contact Melbourne plastic surgeon Mr. Richard Maxwelltoday.

Last updated: March 25, 2021
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Dr Richard Maxwell MBBS FRACS(Plas)
Mr. Richard Maxwell graduated in medicine from Monash University in Melbourne in 1981. He trained in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at the Alfred Hospital, the Royal Melbourne Hospital and the Victorian Plastic Surgery Unit in Melbourne. He completed his training in 1989, gaining the Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.

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