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Dr Jack Zoumaras on the High SMAS Facelift

We caught up with the esteemed Dr Jack Zoumaras to chat about the High SMAS Facelift, the topic of his presentation at the recent 42nd ASAPS Conference in Brisbane. Dr Zoumaras says his priority is making his patients happy, and his focus on striving for perfection keeps him always asking how he can do better. Dr Zoumaras says it’s important for surgeons to constantly innovate and adjust their techniques to suit each and every patient to get the best results possible. The High SMAS facelift is suitable for patients in their 30’s right up to their 80’s. Dr Zoumaras chats about all this and more.

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