How much younger would you like to look? ?  Five years?  Ten Years?  Twenty?  A new study finds cosmetic surgery can help, but it can only take you back so far. 

Have you ever considered cosmetic surgery?  A little nip, a little tuck here and there.  So far, for me, the answer is no but I would not rule it out completely in the future.  You never know!

If you're considering the idea, consider this!  A new study finds cosmetic surgery, on average, will make you look about seven years younger. 

Medical Daily  reports the University of Toronto study asked first year medical students to examine photos of people before and after cosmetic surgery and guess their ages.  The procedures  included face and neck lifts, eyelid lifts and forehead lifts.  On average, there was a seven year difference.

More specifically, the more surgeries a patient had the younger the patient appeared.  That's sounds right to me.  Those who underwent a neck and facelift were rated 5.7 years younger.  Patients who had two procedures appeared 7.5 years younger and those had three surgeries looked 8.4 years younger.

The findings of the study can be reviewed in the Archives of Facial Plastic Surgery.