Our 59 year old patient was so happy 9 months after her lateral browlift and extended deep plane facelift that she wanted to share them with you.
She decided it was time for surgery when toxin & fillers performed elsewhere were no longer giving her the desired results.
I have been asked lately about "Vertical Lifts" and how this is different from an extended deep plane facelift. A deep plane facelift lift is a type of vertical lift. Other vertical lifting procedures often combined with a deep plane facelifts are browlifts and lip lifts. The idea behind lifting vertically in a deep plane facelift rather than pulling the face back is that this is the most natural and effective direction of lifting avoiding tell tale signs of surgery such as a pulled look to the face.
Our patients results have held up despite dieting and dramatic weight loss after surgery. This would not have been the case if she didn’t have a extended deep plane facelift.
- Ran Rubinstein, MD
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- United States, NY, Newburgh, 200 Stony Brook Ct, 12550
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