Facelift Surgery &Facial Rejuvination
Aging of the face is inevitable. Over time, the supporting structures of the face loosen resulting in the redistribution of not only the skin of the face and neck but also of the deeper structures of the face. Some of the signs and stigmata of facial aging are the development of jowls, flattening of the cheek prominences, deepening of the nasolabial folds, loss of jawline definition and the accumulation of excess skin and fat in the neck. People age differently and for this reason, any operation which attempts to restore a more youthful facial appearance must be customized to each patient.
Rhytidectomy Case Study
Face Lift with Upper and Lower Blepharoplasty
This patient is a 63 year old female with facial aging with prior history of facelift surgery. She underwent a secondary facelift with upper and lower blepharoplasty to address facial aging.
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