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Evaluation of Adjunctive Techniques in Facelift Surgery

  A facelift operation is the most recognizable facial rejuvenation procedure by the pubic. Medically known as a rhytidectomy, it is a lower facial procedure that works to achieve better neck-jowl contouring. It is an operation that has been around for almost a century and has evolved considerably over that time. The basic tenets of Read More…

The Direct Necklift with a Wavy Scar Pattern

  A full or lower facelift is the standard approach to treating significant loose neck skin and neck wattles that come with aging. Despite the well known effectiveness of lower facelift surgery, it does not have Appel to some patients due to the extent of the surgery and the resultant scars in and around the Read More…

Case Study – Tragus Cartilage Reshaping after Facelift

  Background:  The ear is comprised of many individual shapes created by the shape of the underlying cartilage. It is unclear as to the functional significance of many of these cartilage prominences. But the most anterior one, the tragus, has a clear functional role in the deflection of sound waves back into the external auditory Read More…

Case Study – Direct Approach for Pixie Ear Deformity Correction

  Background: The basic concept of a lower facelift is one of tissue repositoning. Loose face and neck tissues are freed up and then repositioned up over the ears. The ear becomes partially buried under this flap of skin of which the redundancy is trimmed and the full ear is re-exposed. This places a closure Read More…

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