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Here is the face lift procedure questions and answers.
The facelift is a procedure that is commonly executed at the Dr Lanzer Clinic. If you want to learn more about this procedure, or would like to know the answer to some frequently asked questions regarding the facelift, please read our overview of commonly asked questions below.
Is It True I Could Get a Startled Appearance from a Facelift?
Many people are concerned that when they have a face lift, they’ll have a startled appearance, or it will be obvious to other people. A lot of this myth has been created by Hollywood stars, and even in Australia, some of the TV personalities have had face lifts that are just too strong and too tight; this may provide a startled appearance. Because of this, there has been a general move towards mini facelifts, which do not pull the skin as much and provide a more natural appearance.
What Is the Goal of the Facelift Treatment?
The goal is to end up with a natural result. Facelift surgery is required when the skin is sagging on the lower cheeks around the jaw line, or if there is drooping and sagging of the neck. By elevating and removing the excessive skin as well as tightening underlying muscle, the face will appear younger. Therefore, the goal is a more defined middle and lower face, as well as the jawline and neck.
What Is New in the World of Facelifts?
One of the biggest breakthroughs in cosmetic surgery has been the tumescent method, developed by an American dermatologist more than twenty years ago. Dr Lanzer helped bring this method to Australia by arranging the first training hands-on convention for cosmetic and Dermatologist surgeons. That method has now been applied to many other procedures, including the mini facelift.
Where Is the Procedure Done?
Dr Lanzer can perform the procedure in Melbourne in his state-of-the-art day surgery, centre or in D’lumière Esthétique centre in Pitt Street Sydney, New South Wales.
How Is the Procedure Performed?
The procedure can be performed either under general anaesthetic or awake under local anaesthetic. Patients have a choice. Some patients prefer either method over the other.
The area is numbed and prepared using the tumescent technique. Initially, a detailed superficial liposculpture is performed. Dr Lanzer has been performing liposculpture of the neck as a stand-alone procedure for over twenty years, or he uses it in conjunction with the suture lift. By first performing the liposculpture, long-lasting results can be obtained during the facelift. Sutures are placed deep in the muscle to tighten the face. Dr Lanzer does not cut through the muscle to where the deeper plane nerves lie.
Where Can I Obtain More Information About the Facelift?
Cannot find the information you are looking for in our overview with frequently asked questions? Feel free to check out the information pages on the facelift on the Dr Lanzer website. Alternatively, patients can obtain more info by contacting the Dr Lanzer Website.
Patients can contact our clinic via telephone, email, or the website contact form. First-time patients can also benefit from a free no-obligation appointment, during which you can obtain more information about the face lift, but also consult with Dr Lanzer about possible treatment options for the results you wish to obtain.
Want to benefit from the free no-obligation appointment at the Dr Lanzer Clinic? Book your appointment online, or contact our team of friendly receptionists to book your appointment over the telephone. Check out before and after photos here.
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Surgical Warning: Every form of surgery has a possibility of a complication and these are given to you in detail by Dr Lanzer. It is a good idea to understand your surgical procedure well, and to obtain further advice from another Specialist Cosmetic surgeon such as a Dermatologist like Dr Lanzer.
All photographs represent one person’s experience, and results may vary for each patient. All photographs are of actual patients of Dr Lanzer. The visible change in these photographs has occurred as a result of the procedure/s undertaken.