How Reinforcing Key Ligaments Enhances Facelift Results
Ligaments are consistently one of the most overlooked aspects in facelift surgery. They are what anchor your facial soft tissue canvas(SMAS) to your bone structure. The most advanced research clarifies that facial laxity and elongation are not only a factor of long-term gravity, but loosening ligaments also play a defining role in the facial aging process. By reinforcing your key facial ligaments, Dr. W. Matthew White can rejuvenate your appearance on a deeper level.
With his foundational approach to facelift surgery, Dr. White takes the time to reinforce key ligaments in the face to add an extra level of long-term refinement. This step also eliminates the tired and sometimes depressed look that can come with age. Equally important, it creates a sculpted, smooth neck. Dr. White calls this “The Right Angle Neck,” and it is perhaps the integral component in his signature facelift. A well-defined neck and jawline take a woman’s appearance to an entirely new level of beauty (think Angelina Jolie).
When it comes down to it, our faces age on different levels, and each level should be treated during facelift surgery to achieve the most natural look possible. With Dr. White’s foundational approach, he can help you turn back the clock and restore your face to a more youthful, refreshed appearance. To learn how he can help you enhance your facial beauty, please contact us today to schedule your consultation.