Dr. Gregory S. Keller, Renowned World Expert in the Advanced Technique That Creates Youthful, Sculpted Jawlines, Re-opens in Los Angeles at 10921 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 611.
Back home to Westwood!
Los Angeles may be known the world over as the international mecca of cosmetically sculpted perfection, Hollywood-polished appearances, and the elite handful of plastic surgeons who deliver the aesthetic results worthy of magnification on the silver screen. But for many years now, when A-listers and Angelenos required a natural restoration of their youthful looks, they had to travel a bit farther – to Santa Barbara, especially during the pandemic. A Clinical Professor and Co-Director of the Facial Plastic Surgery Fellowship at UCLA, Dr. Keller suspended work in his Los Angeles and Beverly Hills offices for about two years but is now re-opening back near UCLA in Westwood.
Why did many patients still travel to Santa Barbara? Because that’s where Dr. Keller, known as the deep plane facelift world expert, has practiced for the past 40 years. The regional trek has proved worth it, as countless celebrities, Angelenos, and patients from around the world (Europe, Dubai, India, Pakistan, Egypt, etc) hope to reclaim their youthful jawlines, cheeks, necks, and brows (a feat even the crème de la crème of facelifts cannot deliver) have emerged, one flawlessly sculpted and taut jawline at a time, after their procedures by Dr. Keller.
Doctor Gregory Keller has Performed These Deep Plane Facelifts Since 1978
Whereas fillers were highly popular in the early 2000s, as patients aged they produced unnatural appearances. Recently, the media and facelift experts have re-discovered the Deep Plane Facelift, now positioned to become the “wonder procedure” of the decade. Everyone from influencers to celebrities and in-the-know high-profile executives is seeking the deep plane facelift to turn back the clock and fight gravity. Shaming for this procedure has ended, as many celebrities have become open about their “new, natural, younger look” that accentuates their own youthful features. Doctor Gregory Keller has performed these deep plane facelifts since 1978 and is experienced in the complex nuances of this procedure that many in the media and professional community are newly excited about.
According to recent studies, the Deep Plane Facelift technique “focuses on repositioning excess soft tissue, fat, cheeks, and structure to a more youthful position, not just to tighten skin and muscle. As we age, soft tissues of the face droop, creating jowls that hide the jawline while there is also a loss of volume over the jaw towards the ear, making the jawline appear shorter and puffier. Until now, facelifts have focused on rejuvenating the fallen jowls, failing to restore the extended arc of a youthful jawline and cheeks which has come to represent an integral part of the male and female ideal”.
While some surgeons of lesser experience or knowledge may confuse the deep plane facelift as a ‘new technique,’ it is in fact from the old guard of facial reconstructive procedures, Dr. Keller points out. “[T]he actual procedure was invented in the early 1970s by a plastic surgeon in Sweden, Torg Skoog. Dr. Keller has performed over 3000 “deep plane” procedures since 1978. Over the years he has developed a unique form of this procedure that artistically sculpts the face, cheek, and neck to give a youthful, natural look.
We’ve at Last Discovered the Fountain of Youth for an Ageless Appearance
His approach has several advantages and produces a “natural look” that hides the fact that a facelift was performed. Through the use of advanced technology and medications, Dr. Keller has reduced the recovery period of a “deep plane” facelift to that or less than a “mini-lift”. In other words, we’ve at last discovered the fountain of youth for an ageless appearance of indiscernible origin – and he has been operating out of Santa Barbara, Beverly Hills, and Los Angeles for decades! (meet our beloved Dr. Keller).
And, the news gets better still: Dr. Keller recently announced that he will open his new office in Los Angeles, at 10921 Wilshire Blvd. Both Hollywood celebrities and everyday folks can now trust that a quick trip up Wilshire Blvd. will provide access to an impossibly natural-looking deep plane facelift, and the only available surgical technique capable of taking decades off of the jawline and sculpting it to perfection.
In Spring of 2021, Designer Marc Jacobs announced he had undergone a deep plane facelift via an Instagram selfie, while still freshly wrapped in bandages, accompanied by the hashtags “#f*ckgravity” and “#livelovelift”. A short ten days later, Jacobs posted an updated selfie, looking fully recovered. Indeed, Dr. Keller clarifies that today due to recent medication advances, his deep plane facelift demands only the usual downtime of a mini-lift, yet another benefit making the procedure so in-demand.
Dr. Keller feels that there is no other procedure on the planet that delivers equal, or as long-lasting, surgical results, as the deep plane facelift creates in the form of a younger look. Few other procedures can offer its uniquely abbreviated recovery time and negligible signs of having undergone surgery. Add to that the new local presence of the deep plane facelift world expert, just a quick jaunt up Wilshire Boulevard, and you have your answer as to why the deep plane facelift is the procedure of 2022. Have you scheduled your appointment yet?
Dr. Gregory S. Keller is a double board-certified facial plastic surgeon, who performs Deep Plane facelift procedures, facelifts, and other cosmetic procedures at Keller Plastic Surgery.
The new Keller Plastic Surgery Los Angeles office is at: 10921 Wilshire Blvd #611, Los Angeles 90024 Tel. 310-691-1497.
For more information and scheduling, please visit https://gregorykeller.com/