Primary (Regular) Facelift
A traditional facelift, also known as a full facelift, is a comprehensive surgical procedure to address significant signs of facial aging. It involves making incisions around the hairline, temples, and ears, allowing for repositioning and tightening of muscles, removal of excess skin, and overall rejuvenation of the face, neck, and jawline.
A slightly more complex version of a facelift, mini facelifts are appropriately named due to the fact that the skin is lifted only minimally. Mini facelifts are able to address multiple issues, including progressed signs of aging (such as wrinkles and fine lines), fat accumulation in the under-chin region, and overly large jowls.
Otherwise known as a liquid facelift, a non-surgical facelift is a great option for patients who prefer to avoid surgery. Non-surgical facelifts utilize dermal fillers and neuromodulators to reverse these signs of aging in the face. These procedures can be performed in a manner of minutes and come with virtually no recovery period or downtime. Non-surgical facelifts often involve a combination of injectables, such as Juvederm, Radiesse, Sculptra, BOTOX, Dysport, and Xeomin.
Volume loss is one of the most common signs of facial aging. It leaves patients looking older than they actually feel. Fat grafting is an excellent way to restore lost volume, giving the face a fuller, younger, and healthier aesthetic. Fat grafting has become a popular option for patients, as it is a totally natural approach to achieving a more youthful look and the results are considered to be permanent.
Deep Plane Facelift
A deep plane facelift is an advanced surgical technique used to address facial aging. Unlike traditional facelifts, it targets deeper layers of tissue, repositioning muscles and fat to achieve more natural and long-lasting results. This procedure can enhance the jawline, cheeks, and neck, providing a youthful and rejuvenated appearance.