Posted by Dr. Anil R. Shah

Season 14 of The Real Housewives of Orange County is in full swing and things are already starting to get heated.

Things have already got physical as Kelly Dodd hit Shannon Beador on their meditation retreat.

The two co-stars may not like each other but they do have something in common: They both had the same Facetite procedure! Kelly Dodd was in a relationship with a plastic surgeon between the two split up recently.

Dodd recently posted pictures with her ex claiming she was so happy with the results from her Facetite procedure!

Anyone who is seeking either fat removal from the neck or skin laxity would be a good patient of facetite. Patients who have extreme laxity or who want vertical lifting will benefit from a facelift. It is important for patients to know the limitations of this procedure.

Many celebrities get facelift procedures to help them save time when they have to get ready in a hurry. Facetite and Facelift procedure creates a more youthful appearance in the face.

Click here to view our before and after facelift pictures!

Dr. Shah is an expert in facial anatomy and this procedure involves using a radiofrequency probe underneath the face and neck skin. There are important structures such as nerves and blood vessels present and a facial plastic surgeon such as Dr. Shah offers patients additional knowledge than another type of physician may offer. In addition, since Dr. Shah performs both surgical and nonsurgical facelifts he will offer patients the best option for their situation.

The stars of The Real Housewives of Orange County may not like each other, but one thing is for sure: they definitely like their facetite !

To schedule a consultation for a facetite, necktite, or facelift procedure contact us here!

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