As we age, the deeper tissues of the face gradually lose their tone and elasticity and respond to the downward pull of gravity in a very predictable fashion. No one is immune from these anatomical alterations of aging, although the process may be accelerated by smoking, sun exposure, and the stresses of ordinary life. A face/neck lift can “set back the clock” by trimming away loose skin, tightening the underlying muscles, and restoring a more youthful structure of the face.
Dr. Rose offers the latest in technological advances in less invasive plastic surgery. These incremental approaches rejuvenate the skin to achieve a more natural look rather than a plastic appearance. Most patients start at an early age and continue periodically with “maintenance” procedures so they can keep a fresh, youthful appearance well into their 70s. Some of the facial cosmetic surgery procedures that Dr. Rose offers include:
In the multivector face/neck lift, the negative vectors of aging are scientifically approached by pulling each portion of the face (brows, temples, cheeks, jawline and neck) in a reverse direction of the gravitational pull to correct that tired look. Higher cheekbone are restored, the cheek jowls flattened, and the neck/jawline area sculpted into a fresh, natural look. The face/neck lift is performed as an outpatient under intravenous sedation anesthesia (you are totally unconscious) administered by a Board Certified anesthesiologist at our state of the art AAAASF outpatient facility, The Aesthetic Surgery Center, After your facelift, the skin will continue to age at its normal rate but the clock is “reset”. Periodic “maintenance” procedures requiring much less surgical intervention are recommended usually at two to three-year intervals to keep the face fresh and youthful well into your seventies or eighties.
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