Monday, August 21st, 2006
It’s been a quiet weekend for celebrity plastic surgery, so I thought I’d slip in a recent story which I haven’t yet. Jack Russell, the lead singer of the 80′s hair band Great White has admitted to having a facelift to the TV show Extra. He wanted to get rid of the “turkey neck” and stated: “Most of my friends go ;Have you lost weight?’ `Yeah, about 10 pounds in the face.’”
If I were him, I’d focus on two other things too. First would be doing everything I could to continue to support the families of the nearly 100 people who died in the tragic nightclub fire of 2003. Second would be changing my name to something a little less canine-sounding. Maybe Doc Sund?
In all seriousness, some people think that facelifts tighten the skin of the entire face. Actually, traditional facelifts only tighten up the lower face and the neckline. They do nothing to the forehead, and usually only a minimal amount to the cheeks. I call these traditional muscle-tightening facelifts “lower facelifts” to differentiate them from the Volumetric Facelift, which also treats the cheeks and under the eyes.
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