What makes a deep plane facelift different?
A traditional facelift lifts the skin of the face, but some of the effects of aging occur below this layer. A deep plane facelift detaches and repositions the skin and the underlying supporting muscles as a single unit, releasing and moving muscle and fat layers instead of only the skin.
This technique can prevent signs of aging before they become too serious, which can help younger patients to fight off the effects of aging early on. A deep plane facelift is also good for older patients who want dramatic results without looking plastic or pulled.
Deep plane facelift results can last ten years or more, on average.