Aging is a natural process that everyone goes through. While some lifestyle factors like diet, skincare, and exercise can delay the aging process, genetics also plays a huge factor in aging that is completely out of your control. If you’re feeling concerned about the appearance of your skin, there are surgical options available that could be worth exploring.
The deep plane facelift has gained popularity in recent years and offers patients one of the longest-lasting results. This procedure is one of the most invasive forms of a facelift, however, so it’s important to know all the facts about the cost, recovery time, and pros and cons before making the commitment. Follow along as we break down everything you need to know about the deep plane facelift in 2021!
What Is A Deep Plane Facelift?
According to Aedit.com, a deep plane facelift “results in the reduction of an aged, drooping appearance in the neck and face regions by removing excess skin while also reshaping and tightening underlying musculature.” The procedure allows for a more effective flattening of the nasolabial fold which typically produces longer-lasting results in comparison to other facelifts.
The deep plane facelift targets the mid-face region and reaches deeper layers of the facial muscle which results in a more dramatic result, but also comes with more risk of damage to the nerves.