Face & Eyes

Procedures > Facelift (Rhytidectomy)

Description: A surgical procedure designed to target areas within the patient’s face, jowls, and neck to achieve a more young looking appearance. This result is achieved through a reduction in facial fat, tightening of facial muscles, and a reduction of excess skin.

Anesthesia: Procedure may be performed under general anesthesia or a local with sedation depending on patient preference.

Surgery & Recovery: Length of surgery will range from three to six hours. Patient will return to work within ten to fifteen days.

Results: Outcome is enduring with consideration given to aging, lifestyle, and gravity as time passes.

Complications & Risks: Possible irregular scar formation, asymmetry, infection, bleeding and/or blood clots, distorted hairline, nerve damage, and complications related to anesthesia.


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