Mini facelift

by Dr. Ramtin Kassir, M.D., F.A.C.S. | June 26, 2018, 11:51 a.m.

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A surgical mini facelift concentrates on the face and jawline, a place where many women and men see the oldest signs of aging. It's here where gravity starts to take control, leading to a sagging, less defined jawline and creases across the corners of your mouth. A miniature facelift tightens the skin, redefining the jawline for a far younger-looking facial shape. The results will last for decades. Even though a surgical facelift is generally regarded as the"golden standard" for facial rejuvenation, a few patients--especially those with prior indications of aging are very happy to discover that a miniature facelift with Dr. Kassir is enough to produce the results they desire. The reduced scars connected with a miniature facelift constitute a huge area of the operation's allure --but it is not suitable for everybody.  Even though it seems counterintuitive, the miniature facelift really predates the traditional facelift. We consider the very first operation was completed in Germany over a century ago. Though this was a really basic version of the mini improvement we all know now, the total objective was rather similar--twist the lower section of the face using little incisions placed behind the ears. Because the mini facelift isn't quite as extensive as a conventional facelift, the very best candidates are people bothered by minor facial sagging and moderate reduction of definition across the jawline; lots of people complain about deepening nasolabial folds as well as the start of jowls. Candidacy is the most significant factor in regards to miniature facelift along with other abbreviated versions of cosmetic processes. Even though a lot of men and women are drawn to the smaller scars and quicker recuperation, if the wrong candidate receives a mini facelift, it can result in an unsatisfying result.