Face Lift & Facial Bone Reshaping

Lift Away the Years

Face Lift

A facelift, or rhytidectomy, is a surgical procedure to remove excess facial fat and skin, tighten facial muscles, and reposition the skin on the face and neck. Through this process, signs of aging can be reduced, resulting in a more youthful appearance.

A facelift incision begins in front of the ear extending up to the hairline, continues under the earlobe, traces the back of the ear and blends into hairline at the back of the neck. The skin is lifted and the muscles underneath are tightened. Fat can be removed and excess skin is trimmed. Finally, the surgeon closes the incisions with fine sutures or metal clips.

You may need to keep your head elevated and stay as still as you can for a couple of days after surgery to minimize swelling. Puffiness bruises will subside in a few weeks. The facelift incision is carefully planned to be hidden behind the ear and in the hairline. Some scarring is possible, but they will fade over time.

Feminize Your Face

Facial Bone Reshaping

A square face projects strength. Due to the prominent cheek bones and angular jawline, you might appear masculine and rough. Facial bone reshaping can be done to make the face appear smaller, softer and delicate.

With EZ Contour, a minimally invasive plastic surgery technique originated from Korea, we are able to refine the cheek, chin and jawline with incisions smaller than 5mm.

Since the incision is small, the bleeding is reduced, as well as the risks for nerve injury. The recovery period is much faster compared to traditional bone reduction method.

For cheek bone reduction, the incision is made in the oral cavity, leaving no visible scars.

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