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Real Housewife Lynne Curtain Undergoes Facelift

Posted by Cosmetic Surgery Review on December 3, 2009

Lynn Curtain, one of the real housewives of Orange County, has recently undergone a facelift to get rid of the wrinkles and fine lines around her eyes and mouth.

The 52-year old star has admitted to getting fillers to smooth out the signs of aging, and some speculate that the mom of two teenage daughters has also had breast implants. Despite her otherwise slim and toned physique, her neck and forehead previously gave away her age. The star admitted that she had undergone this procedure to Star Magazine later last month.

Two plastic surgeons reviewed the results of her makeover over on recently. Dr. Paul Nassif, Facial Plastic and Reconstruction Surgeon at Spalding Drive Cosmetic Surgery says that the surgeon that performed Ms. Curtain’s procedure “did a nice job…but she may [still] benefit from fillers”. Plastic surgeon Dr. Richard Ellenbogen concludes that her facelift does look natural.

Today’s innovative techniques in facelift surgery allow the doctor to perform the procedure within a few hours, and in many cases, with very minimal downtime. Alternatives to conventional facelift surgery include the Threadlift which does not involve the extensive incisions associated with traditional surgery, and skin tightening treatments that progressively tighten the tissues around the face and neck area so that surgery isn’t even necessary. Facelift surgery does involve several days, and even weeks of healing time, so the patient must be prepared to take a significant amount of time off work and other activities in order to recuperate.

Still, when performed correctly, the procedure offers several benefits and can take off up to ten years or more. In some cases, the procedure is coupled with a set of dermal fillers to produce the most attractive contours and facial profile.

(Picture Credit: Star Magazine)


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