While the word “facelift” makes for a convenient website click, the term does not do justice to the array of procedures available for facial rejuvenation. Many patients are simply bothered by aging signs in the neck, so a necklift is appropriate. This can often be done through a small incision under the chin.
A mini-facelift may be recommended if your concerns involve the jowls and jawline. If your aging involves the entire face, a facelift may be the best option, and this is often done in combination with a browlift and eyelid surgery. Whatever is done, Dr. Smotrich’s goal is to make you look better, healthier and more youthful, not to give you an operated-on appearance.
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