June 14, 2011
A facelift (rhytidectomy) is a surgical procedure designed to improve loose and sagging skin of the lower face and neck. The term “facelift” is somewhat misleading. Although a facelift can dramatically improve overall facial appearance, patients concerned with changes to the mid and upper face should consider an endoscopic forehead and midface lift. Conditions addressed by rhytidectomy include “jowls,” sagging cheeks, loose skin of the neck (“turkey neck”), or deepening lines at the corners of the mouth. Rhytidectomy is a safe, effective procedure performed to restore a more youthful appearance and less fatigued look while maintaining or improving function.
Categorised in: facial plastic surgery blog
This post was written by thompson