What are true facelift incisions and information on types of incisions

It really depends on what you and other patients desire. You should go to a surgeon who listens to you and does everything he can for you.

Temple incisions are used but it depends, again, on what you want. This area of incision does help and allow the surgeon to bring the lift a little higher and work more on the area around your mouth and the lines around it.

This particular patient had a facelift by another surgeon and complained that her results were gone at 3 months. Three months is definitely not a long term result. But don’t worry, there are ways to help you. You will likely need to have it done again. Sometimes you do get what you pay for.  Sometimes, around the upper area of the mouth, volumizing can really rejuvenate a persons face. This can be done with fat or other fillers.

I refined an amazing volumizing procedure called “the YoungLift”.  This is an innovative technique that volumizes your face to bring out the younger and natural you without looking like you had something done.  This is not a facelift and requires no incisions.  Only pinpoint puncture sites are used and these heal imperceptibly.  The YoungLift can be done without general anesthesia and without drains, and large bandages.  You also have a lot less downtime and discomfort compared with traditional facelift procedures.  Dr Young employs the very best techniques from around the world into one volumizing procedure and he uses his internationally acclaimed understanding of facial beauty to create the youthful volume you once had.

Dr Young is located in Bellevue near Seattle, Washington

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