Standard brow lift techniques either involve open or endoscopic approach. We at the Wentworth Clinic have modified the techniques incorporating both approaches and are able to provide the outcome under a local anaesthetic.
We now recommend to the majority of our patients needing a ‘full face lift’, to undergo our technique instead of MACS, S. lift, extended S. lift, and short scar face lifts.
Once the platysmal is stabilised, the skin can be draped in a supero and postero lateral direction to give an un-operated outcome.
Box genioplasty can be carried out to correct small and large chins. It can correct chin retrusion, protrusion, and asymmetry with very few complications.
The safety and well-being of our patients and the Wentworth Clinic staff is of utmost importance to us, and it is for this reason that we have implemented many changes at the clinic – in reception and our treatment rooms.
Treatments currently available to reduce or remove unwanted moles are mostly non-invasive, meaning that recovery time is minimal and pain intensity is low.
This article, written by Dr Ilankovan, looks into the history of upper face rejuvenation and what the proposed positive effects are.
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Facelifts should involve some sort of neck lift. In younger patients, it will give a defined neck contour and in older patients, a pleasant unoperated looking outcome.