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The surgical procedure of facelift improves visible signs of aging on face and neck.

Ideal Candidates

Candidates that have developed some sagging in the mid face; have deep creases below the lower eyelids and from along the nose to the corners of the mouth; have problem of fallen or displaced fat; have developed jowls due to loss of muscle tone; or have loose skin or fat deposit under chin and jaw (double chin) would benefit from undergoing this procedure.


The surgery is usually performed under local anesthesia with intravenous sedation or general anesthesia.

Types: Traditional facelift, limited incision facelift, or a neck lift.

Traditional Facelift

In a traditional facelift, the surgeon makes an incision from the hairline at the temples, contining around the ear and ending at the lower scalp. Then the surgeon may redistribute the fat from the face, jowls, and neck; reposition the underlying tissue. Usually the deeper layers of the face and the muscles are also lifted. Skin is repositioned over the uplifted contours and excess skin is removed. Another incision under the chin might be required to further improve an aging neck. Sutures or skin adhesives are used to close the incisions.

Limited Incision

Limited incision facelift works with shorter incisions at the temples, continuing around the ear and possibly within the lower eyelids or under the upper lip.

Neck Lift

A neck lift can correct a sagging jowls, tighten a loose neck skin and remove fat accumulation under the chin. The procedure requires an incision starting at front of the ear lobe and going behind the ear and ending in the lower scalp. The incision lines are concealed within the hairline and in the natural contours of the face and ear.


The final result can be seen 36 months after the procedure. It restores a more youthful and rested appearance.

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