Facial Plastic Surgery Seattle - Sam Naficy, MD - Facelift, Neck lift, Eyelid lift, Brow lift in Seattle, WA



 
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"Patients' Choice Award" by Vitals.com

Dr. Sam Naficy has been awarded the "Patients' Choice Award" by Vitals.com - a website dedicated to rating the quality of physicians across the country. Out of 720,000 physicians, only 5% received this honor.


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BOTOX in Seattle

Performed by an experienced facial plastic surgeon, Botox treatments are one of the most effective cosmetic procedures performed in Seattle. This quick and relatively painless procedure can make a real difference in the signs of aging around the eyes. Seattle facial plastic surgeon, Dr. Sam Naficy, is nationally recognized for his experience in advanced techniques of Botox treatment. Read more about Botox


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THE FEATHERLIFT FACE LIFT TECHNIQUE - Offered by Seattle Facial Plastic Surgeon

See how you can turn back years in just minutes with this non-surgical facelift procedure (also known as Feather lift, Thread lift, Suspension face lift, or Contour lift). Combined with Botox, Restylane, or fat injections, you can get the younger face you want without the down-time of facial plastic surgery. Read more about the Featherlift procedure......


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WORRIED ABOUT DOWN-TIME?

Seattle, WA - Facelift techniques with minimal recovery.
Healing and recovery time after facial plastic surgery is much less than most people would suspect. The majority of our face lift and neck lift patients need no more than a week before returning to work and social activities, some requiring less than 2-3 days!


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DR. SAM NAFICY VOTED TOP PLASTIC SURGEON FOR THE FACE

By his medical peers in Seattle for his expertise in facial plastic surgery
Seattle Magazine


Why a Facial Plastic Surgeon?

All practicing physicians have the same initial training:

  • An undergraduate degree
  • Four years of medical school
  • At least one year of residency (called internship)

Then it changes. In the following years of training (called residency) either a medical or surgical path is taken. For example, internists and dermatologists are not considered surgeons since their medical residency does not include significant surgical training.

Two closely aligned surgical specialties are facial plastic surgery and general plastic surgery. Both types of surgeons complete the same undergraduate and medical school degrees, followed by a general surgery internship. General surgery involves the most common of surgical procedures: hernia repairs, appendectomies, gallbladder removals, etc. The internship serves to acquaint the young physician with the basics of surgical technique, but neither the facial plastic nor general plastic surgeon will continue to perform those surgeries once in practice. The facial plastic surgeon begins to specialize early in his/her training by limiting their experience to head and neck surgery, in preparation for a more focused range of nasal and facial procedures. The general plastic surgeon continues a broader training in general surgery, in preparation for a wider range of body procedures.

Facial Plastic Surgeon

  • An undergraduate degree
  • Four years of medical school
  • 1 year of general surgery (internship)
  • 5 years of head and neck surgery and facial plastic surgery (residency)
  • 1 year of cosmetic facial plastic surgery (fellowship)

Plastic Surgeon

  • An undergraduate degree
  • Four years of medical school
  • 3-5 years general surgery (internship/first residency)
  • 2 years of body and facial plastic surgery (second residency/fellowship)

For instance, Dr. Naficy's last six years of residency and fellowship training focused exclusively on the anatomy, physiology, and pathology of the nose, face, head, and neck structures. This in-depth concentration provides the facial plastic surgeon with a strong foundation for reconstructive and cosmetic facial plastic surgery.

By contrast, most general plastic surgeons complete three to five years of general surgery before pursuing only two years of specialty training. The two-year plastic surgery residency covers a wide range of diverse areas all over the body. These surgeons perform the lion's share of cosmetic body liposuction, breast augmentation or reduction, and tummy tucks.

So, why choose a facial plastic surgeon?

For plastic surgery procedures involving, the nose, eyes, face, and neck you want to choose a specialist who focuses his/her practice on that area and performs those procedure more regularly and more frequently. Dr. Naficy performs between 750-1,000 facial plastic surgery procedures per year! The choice is simple.

Your face is special. Trust your face to a specialist.


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