Deep Plane Facelift
The deep plane facelift avoids the problem of the tight, overfilled look of many modern facelifts. The main tenet of it is that it lifts only under the muscle layer, leaving the skin attached to the muscle layers, so it can never look too tight. It also lifts the cheeks by releasing the tethering points of the face in the deep plane so that the addition of fat or filler is unnecessary.
Why It Is More Effective Than Other Facelifts?
A surgeon can more thoroughly address the affects of aging on the face and neck when using the deep facelift plane. By moving deeper tissue layers, it raises the entire face. The cheekbones, jawline, and neck are highlighted as a result. It excels in lifting the midface, which is a region that does not respond well to other facelift procedures.
Compared to other facelifts, it leads in outcomes that endure longer. Patients who have had a deep facelift see less bruising and bleeding since there is less tissue damage close to the skin’s surface. The it’s finest feature is that it almost eliminates signs that a facelift ever took place.
How Many Years Younger Will I Look After A Deep Plane Facelift?
Typically 10 to 15 years. This does not imply that people “lose” the advantages of the procedure after that point. On the contrary, patients continue to benefit from the operation years after having it.
For instance, a patient who is 65 years old can appear to be in their early 50s after surgery. While they will still age, they will have the advantage of turning back time, such that at 75, they will still look like they are in their early 60s.
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