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In 1995, I attended an aesthetic surgery meeting in Laguna Niguel, CA where Dr. Sydney Coleman gave the first presentation on fat grafting. Nearly 20 years later fat grafting has evolved into a mainstream and irreplaceable element of facial rejuvenation. Looking back on two decades:  

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Here's some information on a 2-layer or multilayer Facelift for those considering facial rejuvenation: 

Dr. Henry Mentz is known and sought after for his work in facial cosmetic surgery. Having completed more than one thousand facelifts in his 22 years of professional practice, it’s no wonder that patients and medical professionals across the country consider him an expert in facial rejuvenation.

When Dr. Mentz was completing his general surgery residency, he recognized that his skill and interest drew him to faces. He enjoyed the attention to detail required of facial surgery and the challenges presented by each individual face. After a residency in Otolaryngology (ear, nose and throat) at Tulane, Dr. Mentz chose to further specialize in Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery with a three year residency at St. Joseph Hospital in Houston.

“There were very few programs in the nation doing solely facial plastic surgery, so I was fortunate to learn under the most innovative and experienced doctors in the field,” Mentz says.

While at St. Joe, a major advance in facial surgery emerged, known as the deep tissue facelift. For decades prior, facelifts were done by pulling up only the skin and relying on it to anchor and hold up the face and underlying tissue. The result was an unnaturally tight face that wouldn’t last over time.

“The skin is just too delicate to hold up all that weight,” Dr. Mentz says. “The deep plane facelift fixed this problem by lifting the underlying tissue layer independently from the skin.”

Dr. Mentz was determined to master this technique before completing his residency, and he did.

“In 1989, I performed by first deep tissue facelift on a 50-year old female patient,” Mentz says. “She’s still my patient today, and her 23-year old facelift looks great.”

In his 22 years of professional facial plastic and reconstructive surgery, Dr. Mentz has also been part of research and instruction for two other big changes in facial rejuvenation. Through the use of cosmetic fillers and laser resurfacing treatments, physicians are now able to give their patients a comprehensive solution to the aging face.

“The most pleasant realization I’ve had about my career is that it is challenging,” Dr. Mentz says. “Faces present a new task every day. They’re complex and require a lot of thought and experience.”

Today, he performs about 120 facelifts a year; that’s a facelift for every day that he operates. With experience like that, it is easy to see why so many patients confidently choose Dr. Henry Mentz and see excellent results.

See what Dr. Mentz’s patients have to say about their experience.

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Today I had an abdominal etching patient ask for advice on how to maintain his surgical results. He had surgery two weeks ago and wants to start off on the right foot with post-op diet and exercise. Great question! My advice would be:

1. Limit protein shakes and supplements for three months after surgery. Protein feeds muscle but it also feeds scar tissue. Excess protein can cause scar tissue to get tough and bulky, causing irregularities across the skin on the abdomen. Also, do not use any sort of steroid injection during this three month period as well.

2. Transition white carbphydrates out of your diet. Specifically stay away from potatoes, white rice, white flour (bread), and sugar. These are difficult to eliminate completely, but try giving up one or two for a month at a time. Switch your white carbs to brown carbs when you can , like with brown rice and whole wheat pasta. While women do well on low calorie diets, men generally have the best results from low carbohydrate diets.

3. As soon as you are physically able to, start exercising daily. As a general rule of thumb, only workout your core every other day or every three days.

Today I had an abdominal etching patient ask for advice on how to maintain his surgical results. He had surgery two weeks ago and wants to start off on the right foot with post-op diet and exercise. Great question! My advice would be:

1. Limit protein shakes and supplements for three months after surgery. Protein feeds muscle but it also feeds scar tissue. Excess protein can cause scar tissue to get tough and bulky, causing irregularities across the skin on the abdomen. Also, do not use any sort of steroid injection during this three month period as well.

2. Transition white carbphydrates out of your diet. Specifically stay away from potatoes, white rice, white flour (bread), and sugar. These are difficult to eliminate completely, but try giving up one or two for a month at a time. Switch your white carbs to brown carbs when you can , like with brown rice and whole wheat pasta. While women do well on low calorie diets, men generally have the best results from low carbohydrate diets.

3. As soon as you are physically able to, start exercising daily. As a general rule of thumb, only workout your core every other day or every three days.
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