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Facelift NYC - Facial Implants

by Dr. Ramtin Kassir, M.D., F.A.C.S.

June 26, 2018, 12:54 p.m.

While the modern facelift operation has progressed much past the methods of the 20th century, it focuses on the soft tissues as opposed to the bones. Experienced facial surgeons may finely tighten the tissues, muscles, and the skin of the face to rejuvenate the look. Surgeons can also utilize fat injections or dermal fillers to undo facial mass reduction. With these methods, a plastic surgeon may clearly reestablish the facial skin with natural-looking outcomes. However, to satisfactorily address age-related bone reduction and reach the most striking outcome, it might be a good idea to integrate facial enhancements into the facelift operation.


Chin implants are all utilized to boost a receded chin and also enhance the definition and balance of their profile and neckline.
Jaw angle enhancements or facial scrubs are utilized to boost a little jaw and reestablish jaw definition reduction out of sagging jowls. Since research demonstrates that bone loss happens as we age, bone enhancements may be equally as essential for facial treatment as muscle and skin tightening. Facial implants are very long lasting and may improve the outcomes of facelift operation. When put on the bones, implants function within your face skeleton and may encourage the delicate tissues in their recently tightened and raised positions. Strengthening the facial arrangement with implants may counteract the reduction of bone definition because of aging and restore a young, natural-looking overall look. 

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