LIVE FACELIFT PROCEDURE BY DR. MENDELSOHN
Today Dr. Jon Mendelsohn will perform the Advanced Facelift procedure on a 48 year female who has recently undergone a Full Face Laser Skin Resurfacing procedure.
Learn about Deep Plane Facelifts and SMAS Facelifts and how to achieve the most natural looking facelift results possible. 00:43.
Start of Advanced Deep Plane facelift Markings 04:31
Postauricular Incision In general, a face-lift involves elevating the skin and tightening the underlying tissues and muscles. Fat in the face and neck may be sculpted, removed or redistributed. Facial skin is then re-draped over the newly repositioned contours of the face, excess skin is removed, and the wound is stitched or taped closed. The deep plane facelift is generally considered the most comprehensive and long lasting type of facelift.
This facelift involves the layer of muscles under your facial skin. These muscles are responsible for much of the drooping or sagging you may experience in your face as you age. You should look and feel normal after 2 – 4 weeks. Keep in mind that facelift surgery cannot stop natural aging, so we encourage patients to continue to take care of their skin and make healthy lifestyle choices. A facelift will provide much more long-lasting results than non-surgical options. Most surgeons say a facelift or necklift will “last” about 8-10 years.
Dr. Jon Mendelsohn is a gifted facial plastic surgeon who has helped thousands of patients with facelifts in Cincinnati. He uses the most advanced techniques in his Advanced Lift facelifting procedure to help patients erase the signs of aging — including deep folds and sagging skin, jowls, and neck. The results of this face lift technique create a natural and more refreshed appearance.
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