Repositioning Rather than Overfilling for Superior Facelift Results
The natural fat pads in the face provide volume and give cheeks that plump, youthful quality we all desire. Over the years, these pads gradually break down and descend, causing the face to develop an older, more tired appearance. This side effect from the aging process is a common concern for many women, which is why our experienced board certified facial plastic surgeon, Dr. W. Matthew White, utilizes a foundational approach to facelift surgery to effectively restore the lost volume while maintaining a natural look.
As part of his signature facelift, Dr. White repositions the fat pads to counteract their downward slide over time. This is done in addition to addressing your fascia and ligaments, as well as considering how your personal bone structure has evolved with time. When this foundational work is not done, surgeons may resort to an overdependence on fat transfer to restore the younger facial contours, which ultimately causes an “overblown” appearance that many wish to avoid.
Although doctors have traditionally viewed facial aging as only skin deep, research has shown that the face ages on different levels. Dr. White is considered a leader on facial aging, and with his foundational approach to facial aging, he repositions your facial volume, instead of overfilling the areas where tissue has depleted. He has helped numerous men and women reverse the unwanted effects of facial aging with extremely natural results. To learn how Dr. White can help you turn back the clock, please contact us to set up your consultation.