Aesthetic Age Calculator

Susan Anderson

by Susan Anderson | December 17, 2012 @ 10:00AM

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In a recent study by a joint research team from King Edward VII Hospital in London and Canniesburn Plastic Surgery Unit in Glasgow, researchers concluded that more than three quarters of patients who underwent Rhytidectomy (Facelift) surgery maintained their aesthetic improvements on average of 5 and ½ years. Just earlier this year researchers at the University of Toronto deduced that facelift patients look on average 10 years younger. This got us thinking, should we start celebrating our Aesthetic Age over our True Age?

Think about it, with so many procedures out there they can help turn back the clock on our appearance, we don’t have to fess up to our true ages anymore.

So I introduce to you, my friends, your post-procedure Aesthetic Age Chart.

No need to celebrate you true age any longer because your aesthetic age is so much more fun!

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