Rhytidectomy. This is a multiprocedure surgical operation for the purpose of rejuvenation of the facial contours, including all regions of the face and the anterior and lateral cervical areas. Recommendations for aesthetic facial correction may be custom-designed for each person, while envisioning future needs for the maintenance and preservation of the improvement to be gained.
Dr. Marlon Lajo
Dr. Marlon O. Lajo is a board certified plastic surgeon and a diplomate of Philippine Board of Plastic Surgery. Dr. Lajo is also a Fellow of the Philippine Association Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons,Inc.(PAPRAS), Member of the International Plastic Reconstructive Aesthetic Surgery (IPRAS), a bonafide surgical specialty society of the Philippine College of Surgeons (PCS). PCS only recognizes surgical societies/specialties whose members undergo duly accredited training programs in order to attain utmost in terms of surgical skills and ethical practice. He underwent 6 years of formal training in Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery in U.P.-PGH Medical Center. He obtained his medical degree at the University of the Philippines ? College of Medicine. He also graduated Cum Laude (with honors) at U.P . Manila with a B.S. Biology degree. Dr. Marlon Lajo is a staunch believer in Continuing Medical Education. To further his craft and to keep abreast and updated with the latest in procedures and techniques in Plastic Surgery, he has regularly attended workshops and seminars at the prestigious and respected Chang Gung Craniofacial Center In Taipei, Taiwan. He completed the 2nd Aesthetic Surgery course with Surgiform and Pureform (Goretex) implant Rhinoplasty in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Locally, he actively participates in the seminars, conventions, and post-graduate courses spearheaded by the PCS, PAPRAS, and ASEAN Congress of Plastic Surgery. These various venues for Continuing education provide Dr.Marlon Lajo with the necessary foundation for his growing practice in Plastic Surgery. Dr. Marlon Lajo believes that the decision to operate should be made for medical or surgical reason with regard to the patient and not for the surgeon?s ambition, convenience, pride or fiscal needs. ?Dont undertake that operation if you think you cannot give your patient the result he or she expects, either consciously or unconsciously,? Doc Marlon advises to his colleagues.