Tuesday, March 6, 2012

seven years younger with a facelift by Jack Peterson M.D. in Topeka

A recent study reported that having a facelift can make a person appear seven years younger. Patients in the study were mostly women, 45 to 72 years old.

The study, performed by researchers in Canada and the United States, used 60 volunteers (all 1st year medical students) to estimate the age of patients with post operative photos. The study yielded an average age difference of 7.2 years after plastic surgery.

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