A facelift is also known by the medical term rhytidectomy. A facelift is a cosmetic surgical procedure performed with the intent to improve the visible signs of aging on the face and neck. The facelift procedure repositions and tightens the muscles and excess skin on the face and neck. Patients may also choose to include other surgical procedures as part of the facelift, including eyelid and brow lift surgery.
When is the best time to have a face lift?
Dr. Zubowicz answers questions about face lifts and facial aging.
It is important to understand that a facelift is not a canned operation but a selection from a menu of surgical maneuvers meant to correct specific aesthetic problems. Furthermore, the techniques that different surgeons employ vary greatly and should be understood by the patient. The general method that we use, the “composite” facelift, will be discussed in some detail later on. For now, it is important to remember that specific problems demand specific solutions and a “facelift” is tailored to those needs.
In this video, Dr Zubowicz discusses the different types of facelifts.
In this video, Dr Zubowicz discusses how often a face lift needs to be redone.
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