A neck lift is a plastic surgical procedure that improves aging changes in the neck such as sagging skin, excess fat, and muscle bands and aims to improve the definition of the jawline. A neck lift is a standard part of most facelifts or can be performed by itself.
A mini facelift is a version of a facelift that concentrates on the cheek and jowls and is generally performed on younger patients than those who undergo a full facelift (that includes the neck). The procedure typically uses incisions inside and in front of the ears.
A deep plane facelift is a variant of the standard facelift. Like any facelift, it is designed to improve the appearance of the face and neck. The anatomy of the face is arranged in layers and facelift techniques are categorized based on how those layers are manipulated during the procedure. When the face ages, the changes do not just involve the skin so it is logical that a procedure to improve those aging changes would involve the layers deep into the skin as well. The Deep Plane Facelift is one of the techniques that is used to tighten and reposition the tissues of the aging face.
The shape of the nose depends on the bone and cartilage skeleton and the skin that drapes over it. Rhinoplasty is the surgical intervention that modifies the underlying bone and cartilage architecture.
Also known as a nose job, rhinoplasty is one of the more difficult cosmetic surgical procedures to perform. Every nose is different and everyone has different goals. The thickness of the nasal skin is one factor that affects the outcome and must be considered in the surgeon’s operative plan.
When it comes to the aesthetic imperfections of the nose, the most commonly reported concerns are size, shape, straightness, and overall elegance. In addition to these, there are many other reasons why people choose to have rhinoplasty. Cosmetic nasal surgery is one of the more difficult surgical procedures that one can have on the face. For one thing, the nose is a central feature of the face and flaws are more noticeable and harder to conceal than other imperfections. Equally important, rhinoplasty itself is difficult because it requires an understanding of how the external appearance will change given modifications of the internal bone and cartilage framework.