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14 NEWS NATION & WORLD THE BALTIMORE SUN | | SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 2019 PAID ADVERTISEMENT Facelift and Necklift in Just One Hour Recently, develop a facial rejuvenation treatment plan to enhance each patient’s natural, youthful results.” and techniques. He has even been featured in local and national news media coverage. we have heard a lot about “no downtime” facelift procedures. We have been left wondering if these procedures can live up to their promise. We wanted to know, “Can a cosmetic procedure offer the results of a facelift without the downtime, side effects or cost traditionally associated with cosmetic surgery?” To gain a better understanding of state-ofthe-art facelift procedures, we spoke with Dr. Adam Summers, one of the region’s leading Board Certified Plastic Surgeons specializing in cosmetic surgery and nationally recognized as the developer of the SMART Facelift. Dr. Summers has been performing minimally invasive facelift and necklift procedures since 1996. In fact, he actually developed the first One Hour Facelift technique that really works. Indeed, he has been quite busy publishing research in prestigious journals, presenting techniques at national meetings, instructing other physicians, and participating in the design of minimally invasive surgical tools What is a One Hour Facelift? How long does the SMART Facelift last? “The One Hour Face & Neck Lift combines the latest advances in non-surgical technology with the safest, most effective minimally invasive suspension techniques. The goal of the procedure is to lift the cheeks, jowls and neck which have fallen over time. These techniques achieve the results of a full facelift and neck lift in about an hour while enabling most patients to return to work the day after the procedure. Because this procedure lifts the Skin, Muscle and Adipose (or fat) with Reduced Tension in about an hour, we call it the One Hour SMART Facelift.” “Over the past decade, I have continually enhanced the procedure to provide even longer-lasting results. Our data reveals that many patients continue to love the results of their procedures for over 10 years.” Dr. Adam Summers How is the SMART Facelift different than a regular facelift? Following her One Hour SMART Facelift, this 49 year old woman is the “Belle of the Ball.” Dr. Summers reports results lasting over 10 years from this one hour procedure. “Because patients experience little to no discomfort, there is no need for a general anesthetic. This greatly reduces both the risks and costs associated with the procedure. In fact, most patients are able to engage in normal activities such as driving immediately afterward.” Relaxing in the comfort of his elegant office, we had an opportunity to review before and after photos documenting Dr. Summers’ work. The results are simply amazing. Most of the patients look years younger and all of them have significant improvements in their skin. Every patient looks completely natural -- none of them have a “pulledback” or “windswept” appearance. To find out if you are a candidate for this remarkable procedure, call their office for a complimentary consultation. What is your experience with the no-downtime cosmetic surgery? “In order to gain expertise in minimally invasive cosmetic procedures, a surgeon must perform hundreds of these procedures. Since the 1990’s, I’ve worked on developing long lasting surgical and laser treatments. Now, with over 20 years experience, we are proud to be one of the only practices in the country to have treated thousands of patients with these types of procedures. I personally evaluate each patient and, together, we How much does the One Hour SMART Facelift procedure cost? “Although costs vary from patient to patient, you can expect to spend about half of what you might spend for a typical facelift procedure. That includes all surgical, facility and materials fees. And payment plans of about $120/month are available for patients who would like to pay on a monthly basis.” Dr. Adam Summers is certified by The American Board of Plastic Surgery, Inc. For more information, visit or call his office at 410-553-9444.

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