If you want to see a youthful, rejuvenated you in the mirror, but you’re seeing significant facial sagging and heavy wrinkles and lines, a deep plane facelift might be an ideal procedure for you. We can’t stop the years from passing, but we can stop the skin from sagging with a facelift. One of the most effective, dramatic facelift procedures is the deep plane facelift.
What happens during a deep plane facelift?
Your procedure will be done while you are under general anesthesia. Incisions will be made around the ear and used to lift, tighten and address the SMAS, which achieves a wider range of results than any other type of facelift.
A deep plane facelift also releases the four ligaments that anchor down the muscles and thus cause facial drooping and sagging. This allows the face to be truly lifted in a manner much deeper and significant than a typical facelift which focused on the surface tissues and skin.