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by | Mar 6, 2022 | Blog, Facelift

I’ve been performing the Deep Plane Face and Neck Lift for over a decade. I was the first Australian surgeon to adopt this advanced method that is now in vogue.  I’ve performed the Deep Plane Face and Neck Lift on people at many different stages of ageing. No matter your age, it’s how you relate to the physical changes that inspire you to find out what your appearance options are. Typically, it’s when the jowls (loose skin on jawline) and turkey neck (loose skin, saggy muscle and fat on the neck and below the chin) develop that people do their research into facial plastic surgery procedures. Hooding of the eyelids, bags under the eyes, wrinkles and loose: what fun ageing is!

INDIVIDUAL / COMMUNITY

How you relate to these physical changes, and more, is so personal. Appearance issues and concerns are alongside broader or more philosophical societal attitudes toward ageing. Some people feel more confident as they age. They trust their own voice more. They value and feel valued in their family and communities. Others feel more insecure and undervalued. It’s a blight on our society that we don’t revere and honour our elders more. Healthy, connected, thriving communities is a vision to hold and strive for. Liberate yourself from stereotypes and the expectations of others. Appearance confidence is yours to claim.

NOW, LATER OR NEVER?

 Once you’ve done your research – it’s important to book in a consultation to continue exploring whether the Deep Plane Face and Neck Lift is the best approach for you. Some people wait until their physical signs of ageing are quite advanced, whereas others book in when the signs first appear. Addressing things sooner means you enjoy a rejuvenated appearance for longer. There is a less obvious change in your appearance. You are ‘guiding’ your future appearance. Addressing things later means you’ve had longer to sink into your own skin and experience the multiple adjustments – physical and psychological. Of course, some make these psychological adjustments, feel good about their appearance, and decide not to have any facial surgery. It’s an entirely individual process.

Your time is the right time

Because the Deep Plane Face and Neck Lift repositions and re-tensions the patient’s own ligaments it is ideal for patients of different ages. There is less swelling compared with other facelift techniques as there is less disturbance of the lymphatics. There is also less visible scaring. Typical results for women include a more elegant jawline and neckline and more defined cheek bones. For men, the aim is a strongly defined neck and jawline. There are none of the “I’ve had a facelift” signs that other methods may display such as skin pulled too tight or features out of proportion. Want to find out more? Contact us Stay connected on social media: Photos:
  • My patient had noticed early signs of ageing including loose skin on the jawline (jowls) and loose skin and soft tissue in the neck. She wanted to deal with these issues before they became more obvious. Now at only ten weeks postop: - note the natural, elegant youthful jawline and neck contour. There is no pulled look or redundant neck tissue.
  • Outcomes experienced by one person do not necessarily reflect what another person may experience. Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks which we discuss in detail as well as answering your questions in consultation.
           

I’ve been performing the Deep Plane Face and Neck Lift for over a decade. I was the first Australian surgeon to adopt this advanced method that is now in vogue.  I’ve performed the Deep Plane Face and Neck Lift on people at many different stages of ageing.

No matter your age, it’s how you relate to the physical changes that inspire you to find out what your appearance options are.

Typically, it’s when the jowls (loose skin on jawline) and turkey neck (loose skin, saggy muscle and fat on the neck and below the chin) develop that people do their research into facial plastic surgery procedures.

Hooding of the eyelids, bags under the eyes, wrinkles and loose: what fun ageing is!

INDIVIDUAL / COMMUNITY

How you relate to these physical changes, and more, is so personal.

Appearance issues and concerns are alongside broader or more philosophical societal attitudes toward ageing.

Some people feel more confident as they age. They trust their own voice more. They value and feel valued in their family and communities.

Others feel more insecure and undervalued. It’s a blight on our society that we don’t revere and honour our elders more.

Healthy, connected, thriving communities is a vision to hold and strive for.

Liberate yourself from stereotypes and the expectations of others. Appearance confidence is yours to claim.

 

 

NOW, LATER OR NEVER?

 Once you’ve done your research – it’s important to book in a consultation to continue exploring whether the Deep Plane Face and Neck Lift is the best approach for you.

Some people wait until their physical signs of ageing are quite advanced, whereas others book in when the signs first appear.

Addressing things sooner means you enjoy a rejuvenated appearance for longer. There is a less obvious change in your appearance. You are ‘guiding’ your future appearance.

Addressing things later means you’ve had longer to sink into your own skin and experience the multiple adjustments – physical and psychological.

Of course, some make these psychological adjustments, feel good about their appearance, and decide not to have any facial surgery. It’s an entirely individual process.

 

 

Your time is the right time

Because the Deep Plane Face and Neck Lift repositions and re-tensions the patient’s own ligaments it is ideal for patients of different ages. There is less swelling compared with other facelift techniques as there is less disturbance of the lymphatics. There is also less visible scaring.

Typical results for women include a more elegant jawline and neckline and more defined cheek bones. For men, the aim is a strongly defined neck and jawline. There are none of the “I’ve had a facelift” signs that other methods may display such as skin pulled too tight or features out of proportion.

 

 

 

Want to find out more? Contact us
Stay connected on social media:

Photos:

  • My patient had noticed early signs of ageing including loose skin on the jawline (jowls) and loose skin and soft tissue in the neck. She wanted to deal with these issues before they became more obvious. Now at only ten weeks postop:
    – note the natural, elegant youthful jawline and neck contour. There is no pulled look or redundant neck tissue.
  • Outcomes experienced by one person do not necessarily reflect what another person may experience. Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks which we discuss in detail as well as answering your questions in consultation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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