Face/Necklift

In the fourth, fifth, and sixth decades of life, gravity begins to negatively affect the face. This can be seen in the brow, face, and neck: the brow becomes “heavy” and obscures the eyes, the deep lines around the mouth become more pronounced, jowls obscure the jaw line, and there is a noticeable loss of contour in the neck.

A well-done facelift should reposition facial anatomy and restore a youthful appearance without appearing stretched or pulled. In order to accomplish this goal, the surgeon should primarily address the underlying facial structure called the SMAS layer and not rely on the skin for support. This not only yields a more natural look but also adds longevity to the procedure.

Facelift/Necklift

A standard Facelift addresses gravitational aging of the temple, midface, lower face, and neck. The face incision extends from the temple hairline, around the ear and into the hairline behind the ear. A separate incision is made under the chin to tighten the neck. 

Mini Facelift
Necklift 


Case Study 1

Facelift and necklift, upper and lower eyelid rejuvenation, endoscopic browlift    

Case Study 2

Facelift and necklift, upper and lower eyelid rejuvenation, perioral (mouth) laser resurfacing, botox to forehead 

Case Study 3

Facelift and necklift, upper and lower eyelid rejuvenation