As we age, the cheeks and jowls may droop, and the back corner of the jawline may lose definition and blend in with the neck. The extended deep plane facelift is a surgical procedure that can address these concerns.
The extended deep plane facelift is an innovative surgical procedure that targets the deeper layers of the face, addressing both the visible signs of aging and the structural changes that occur over time. Unlike traditional facelift techniques that focus on tightening the skin, the deep plane facelift involves repositioning the underlying facial musculature and tissues for a more comprehensive and enduring result.
Dr. Lee specializes in this technique, in addition to the traditional SMAS facelift, and achieves exceptional results by releasing multiple tension points and lifting the skin and muscle layers of the face at the most natural angle. This tension-free approach significantly improves healing and eliminates the risk of a "pulled" appearance.
Unlike other facelift techniques, the extended deep plane facelift can restore and enhance natural volume to the cheeks and redefine the entire length of the jawline, resulting in a more natural and longer-lasting effect.