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Orlando Plastic Surgeon on Importance of Skin Care With Neck Lift Surgery

Dr. James Matas of the Advanced Centre for Plastic Surgery Identifies the Strong Connection Between Skin Care and the Neck Lift for Optimal Facial Rejuvenation

ORLANDO, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 04/30/14 -- Dr. James A. Matas, a plastic surgeon in Orlando, performs a wide variety of cosmetic procedures, including both surgical and non-surgical treatments. When patients visit him for facial and neck rejuvenation, he determines whether they require minimally invasive treatments, a surgical procedure, or a combination of the two to meet their aesthetic goals. No matter the specific cosmetic concern, he explains that establishing the patient's best method of treatment begins with a comprehensive consultation process.

At the Advanced Centre for Plastic Surgery, Dr. Matas and a medical aesthetician meet with each facial rejuvenation patient to conduct both a physical and skin care evaluation. According to the Orlando plastic surgeon, this is done because, "The aging process involves the skin as well as the supporting structures of the face and neck." While a neck lift, for example, can provide great anti-aging results by tightening the area, Dr. Matas believes the patient's skin should also be addressed. Based on the consultation, he and the aesthetician will recommend the best skin care products and facial treatments for the patient's needs.

In his recent blog post entitled "Dr. Matas Discusses the Neck Lift in a Q&A Interview," the plastic surgeon notes the neck has several components that may need correction.
If a patient is unhappy with loose skin in the cheeks and neck, Dr. Matas may recommend a facelift with neck rejuvenation. This could include sagging neck muscles, which Dr. Matas says would require tightening and the removal of excess skin. Additionally, liposuction can also be performed to remove fat pockets. If a patient has neck laxity with little to no facial laxity, however, he explains the patient may only need a neck lift to improve their appearance, which is typically more cost effective and requires less downtime post-surgery.

Dr. Matas works closely with each patient to create a personalized treatment plan to help them achieve a more youthful appearance to rejuvenate not only their body, but their self-confidence and esteem. He recommends his facial and neck rejuvenation patients follow a healthy lifestyle, so they can enjoy the long-lasting benefits of their cosmetic enhancement.

About James A. Matas, MD

Dr. Matas is a board-certified plastic and reconstructive surgeon who has served the Orlando, Florida area for over 30 years. He has held numerous leadership roles within the plastic surgery field, including hospital chief of staff, Medical Director, and Vice President of the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. Dr. Matas' mission at the Advanced Centre for Plastic Surgery is to provide patients with honest, safe, and friendly care, utilizing his extensive background of surgical training. He is available for interview upon request.

For more information about Dr. James Matas and the Advanced Centre for Plastic Surgery, visit yournewlook.com or facebook.com/pages/Dr-James-A-Matas-Advanced-Centre-for-Plastic-Surgery/202214226477819.

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