2/Ten Mini Face Lift
Developed by Dr. Abboud, this procedure is ideal for the person who is bothered by sagging jowls with loose skin at the cheek and sides of the neck. The 2/Ten Mini Facelift is performed under local anesthesia with or without oral/IV sedation in the privacy of the Abboud Plastic Surgery Centre in-office operating room.
The 2/Ten Mini Facelift repositions sagging jowls and removes loose skin in the cheek and neck area. The incisions are hidden along the natural contours of the front and back of the ears. The results are similar to a full facelift at a fraction of the cost. It is an affordable, easy way to achieve a long-lasting rejuvenation of the face and neck.
Dr. Jeffrey Abboud
Born and raised in Ottawa, Dr. Jeffrey Abboud is an accomplished plastic surgeon with over 25 years of experience. He graduated medical school at the University of Ottawa in 1987 and then completed his Internship at Memorial University, St. John's Newfoundland. Dr. Abboud completed three years of General Surgery training at Boston University, Boston Massachusetts, and a one-year Plastic Surgery Fellowship in Boston, MA. Dr. Abboud went on to complete a two year residency in Plastic Surgery at Medical College of Ohio, Toledo Ohio. From 1995 - 1997, the Beth Israel Hospital, a teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School, invited Dr. Abboud to be Clinical Instructor of Plastic Surgery. During this time he was an active staff member at several hospitals in the Boston area.
In 1997, Dr. Abboud was Board Certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery. From 1997 - 2003, Dr. Abboud developed a community based practice in plastic surgery on the South Shore of Boston and worked there until his move to Ottawa in 2003 to establish his current practice. In 2011, Dr. Abboud was recognized by the CPSO (College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario) in the specialty of Plastic Surgery. Having performed over 15,000 Plastic Surgery procedures, Dr. Abboud draws from his high level of training and vast surgical experience to best serve his patients.