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Post-Op Maintenance

Let’s talk about the importance of post-op maintenance when it comes to you and your cosmetic or reconstructive surgical procedure. Whether you’ve reversed the signs of aging with a facelift, enhanced the shape of your nose, or reduced the appearance of a scar, post-op maintenance is a must in order to maintain and enhance the… Read More »

Will My Facelift Be Ruined in 10 Years?

At Desert Bloom Plastic Surgery, usually, our facelift clients’ first questions are about what results will look like, and how long they’ll last. The answer depends on a few factors, which  Dr. Wallin will break down in-depth in the video below. In general, you should expect to look ten years younger and see dramatic, but… Read More »

A Facelift with Dr. Wallin

Facelifts are one the most popular and best-known plastic surgery procedures available today, and for a good reason. Annually, over 125 thousand Americans benefit from the subtle and lasting anti-aging results this groundbreaking procedure can provide. However, with all this popularity comes a lot of misinformation floating around. Movies and TV, especially, can spread false… Read More »

After Facelift – Tips for Keeping Skin Tight and Smooth

Cosmetic surgery is a significant investment toward looking and feeling your very best. Quite literally, committing to a procedure like a facelift or mini facelift is a financial investment in your confidence and self-esteem. The recovery process also requires its own investments of time, energy, and upkeep to ensure your transformation lasts for the foreseeable… Read More »

Will 2020 Be Your Most Beautiful Year Yet? Why Facelift Makes It Possible for the Next 10 Years

We made it to the ‘20s, can you believe it? Around the globe, millions of people are beginning the new decade committed to looking their best. Resolutions have been written down, gym memberships purchased, salad ingredients stocked, and calorie counters downloaded. But, many won’t make it to June without quitting on themselves (before results can… Read More »