Last quote by Marc Mani
Modern facelift techniques will make all the main problems associated with facial aging go away and make people look younger – droopy cheeks, lip corners, jowls and neck bands all get reversed. This translates to looking more confident, successful, vital and all the things that often appeal to others. Many of my patients are professionals who enjoy the benefits of renewed youth and [with that], the confidence it gives you. I've done my lift on politicians and heads of state who had even more confidence and success after the procedure.feedback
Mar 21 2017
Marc Mani has most recently been quoted in an article called Women Who Undergo Facelifts are Perceived as More Attractive, Healthy and Successful, Study Says. Marc Mani said, “A lot of it is the emphasis on looking young that comes with the [rise of] new media. There are new paradigms of fame and success, and the social media machine that drives it is run by young people. Instagram in particular has given plastic surgery a huge boost, because it's very visual.”. Marc Mani has been quoted a grand total of 4 times in 2 articles.
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Quotes by Marc Mani
Mar 21 2017
A lot of it is the emphasis on looking young that comes with the [rise of] new media. There are new paradigms of fame and success, and the social media machine that drives it is run by young people. Instagram in particular has given plastic surgery a huge boost, because it's very visual.feedback
Mar 14 2017
The Chinese culture embraces plastic surgery as much as any. I've had Chinese patients come to me asking to look like celebrities. Ivanka Trump's face in particular appeals to the Chinese aesthetic because it's close to their ideal – large eyes; a heart-shaped face with a small, feminine chin and cheekbones that are high but not overly defined; and a nose that is small but with a stronger bridge as opposed to flat.feedback
Mar 14 2017
Unless they are already close to that look and want a little refinement I won't do it. There are certain individuals from many cultures – including China – who would have a complete face transplant if it would make them more successful. To me that's a bit of denial of the soul and very sad. But the patients I have had from China are typically already very successful and just want to look younger or more beautiful.feedback
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