Tune in MONDAY to see FACEBOOK-FACELIFTS by Dr. Franklin Rose as featured on KPRC channel 2 with Emmy Award-winning journalist Rachel McNeill on the morning news show!
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Social Media-Motivated Plastic Surgery Procedures are on the Rise
HOUSTON, TX; August 2015 – Does it take you countless tries to get that perfect “selfie” on your phone, and does your neck look worse than you thought in your Facetime chats?
It’s not uncommon for people to want to change what they see in the mirror. However, an increasing number of women have started seeking to look more beautiful on social media and dating websites.
Often we see patients who seek a nose job to look better in photographs for an upcoming event such as a wedding or graduation. More and more, patients are visiting the plastic surgeon desiring to improve specific problem areas of the face that often don’t represent well on facetime, skype, and facebook tagged images, specifically the neck, cheek and jowl areas.
Houston-based plastic surgeon Dr. Franklin Rose has developed a set of procedures he’s calling “The Facebook Facelift” for those patients who are unhappy with how they present to the digital world. His specific techniques address the aging neck to create a more attractive look for facetime, skype, and selfie portraits.
Ann is one such patient, who, recently divorced visited Dr. Rose to improve her appearance as well as appeal more youthful and vibrant on social media dating websites as well as on facebook.
“With social media continuing to grow in popularity such as Facebook and Instagram, certainly I think images are more prevalent than ever,” said Houston Plastic Surgeon Dr. Franklin Rose of Utopia Plastic Surgery and Medical Spa.
Tune in to see Ann’s story featured on KPRC Monday morning, August 3rd at 6am with Emmy award-winning journalist Rachel McNeill on Channel 2 in Houston.