Face-Lift, Plastic Surgery Success Measured by New Study

People often get plastic surgery hoping to take the years off, but a new study gives an idea of just how many years they might be able to take off. More extensive facial surgery predicted a younger estimated age for patients after their operations, according to researchers from the University of Toronto. Overall, patients looked an average of about 9 years younger than their chronological age after surgery, in the opinion of raters who compared before-and-after pictures. The more procedures a...Full Story
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