Dr Scamp takes a look at the modern face lift.
The term “face lift” is in such common use that it may refer to a major building project or the release of a new software programme. It is similarly commonly misused in reference to facial cosmetic surgery. A face lift per se would refer anatomically to a procedure designed to improve the jowl. That is, to elevate the lower cheek tissues and improve the upper border of the jaw line.
Most commonly, people refer to a face lift expecting a rejuvenation to the neck as well and it is uncommon to lift the jowl without returning the tissues of the neck to their original position as these two areas commonly descend together. [Read more…] about Face to Face – Dr Terrence Scamp