Dominic Brandy Presents ‘QuickLift®: The Next Generation’ 7th Annual Live Surgery Workshop

Live Demonstrations, Training Sessions Provide Dynamic Opportunity to Learn Latest Techniques in Facial Rejuvenation

(Pittsburgh, PA) August 30, 2012 – Cosmetic surgeons looking to expand their practice are invited to learn the latest in surgical facial rejuvenation techniques by attending QuickLift®: The Next Generation, 7th Annual Live Surgery and MedSpa Workshop, September 29-30, at The Skin Center Cosmetic Surgery Center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Physicians from across the country are expected to attend the two-day workshop, which will include live facelift surgeries performed by Dominic A. Brandy, MD, board-certified cosmetic surgeon and developer of the QuickLift® face lift.  Attendees will learn Triple Concentric Purse-String Plication (TRIPS), observe facial volumizing procedures using Fat Transfer and Silikon®, and see the significant improvements to skin appearance and texture that can be achieved with deep chemical peels.

Unlike procedures that tighten only skin, the QuickLift permanently suspends the underlying structures of the lower face (SMAS), offering men and women the benefit of a more youthful appearance for years to come. The QuickLift Face Lift is performed under local anesthesia or with twilight sedation, and takes on average two hours to complete. Small incisions and shorter surgical time result in less swelling and bruising, and a shorter recovery period, with most individuals able to return to their normal routines within a few days.

The QuickLift Face Lift provides an overall lower to mid face lift and also improves the appearance of the upper neck, offering significant age-diminishing effect. And unlike a conventional facelift that results in a 'pulled back' appearance, the QuickLift Face Lift offers natural-looking results. Patients enjoy an overall firming of the lower facial area, noticeable jaw line definition and a more elegant neckline.

In addition to watching the QuickLift Live Surgery workshop, the curriculum includes a presentation on the history of the QuickLift®; didactic discussion on the anatomy of the face, and surgical considerations and applications; adjunct surgical procedures and aesthetic ancillary care; and ancillary procedures that complement the QuickLift procedure.

Participation in the workshop is limited. Register online at or contact Lora Hyde at 1.800.344.1151, ext. 109, or

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