Face and Neck Lift
Facial ageing is accompanied by skin wrinkles, skin excess or jowls which may be associated with sagging and personally unacceptable contour. Excessive fat deposition and facial muscle weakening enhance the ageing appearance.
A facelift rejuvenates the appearance by correcting ageing characteristics and addresses problems of the face and neck. A neck lift may involve the neck and lower face only.
A facelift is a common procedure and involves a number of techniques some or all of which may be applicable to individual patients. The surgical outcomes depend on the person’s age, ageing, the quality of the facial skin, lifestyle and the procedure. A facelift may be done in conjunction with facial skin resurfacing such as dermabrasion or laser resurfacing of the skin.
Other facial procedures listed below may be performed in conjunction.
An example of a face and neck lift is shown below:
Actual patient of Mr Geoffrey Barnett is shown above. Patient images used with permission.