A facelift actually addresses both the face and the neck because the surgery re-supports the cheek, jawline, and neck. Sagging skin is repositioned and excess fat, tissue, and skin are removed, while the underlying musculature is re-suspended with permanent sutures to make the lift last longer. More
The brow or forehead lift is often part of other rejuvenating procedures performed in one operating day. When doing a forehead or brow lift, Dr. Kridel and Dr. Sturm often use the endoscopic technique, where they make small, minimal incisions just behind the hairline. Here, they place a scope under the forehead area to clip frown muscles. Using sutures, they pull up the brow and forehead to a higher, more youthful level. What’s great about the endoscopic forehead lift technique is that it doesn’t require an incision all the way across the forehead and scalp; thus, the hair is preserved, which is an important consideration for most patients. More
A forehead or brow lift is different than a facelift. A brow lift is addresses the forehead and eyebrows which make up the upper one third of the face. The MVP facelift is really a lift of the lower two thirds of the face and neck. Therefore, for some patients combining the two procedures will be the optimal treatment plan.
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