Revisionary Facelift Case Study 10

Revisionary Facelift Case Study 10

This lady was previously had a facelift performed elsewhere and was unhappy with the result. Reopening the previous scars and undermining the full face and neck enables one to be able to examine what has been performed previously and alter and reposition the internal structures accordingly. Often facelifting performed under local anaesthetic leads to a … Continued
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Revisionary Facelift Case Study 9

This lady previously had a face lift performed elsewhere. She has had significant retightening of the midface/ jaw and neck with repositioning of the SMAS layer. No drains are required and the patient can go home the next day following surgery. The result at 6 weeks shows a significant improvement in the facial and neck … Continued
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Revisionary Facelift Case Study 8

This lady has had a previous facelift performed elsewhere. Again the tight scar around the ear and face has altered the angle of the ear and rotated the bottom of the ear forward. A full face and neck lift creates excess skin that can be used to improve the appearance and release the ear. The … Continued
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Revisionary Facelift Case Study 6

This lady has had many previous facial rejuvenation surgeries including facelift, neck lift and minimally invasive facelifting all performed elsewhere. She has previous had a revision elsewhere and this is a very complex problem. The pros and cons of further surgery need to be discussed as the risks are increased dramatically. The expectations of surgery … Continued
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Revisionary Facelift Case Study 7

This is a close up of the scar on the ear before and after revision in the case above. The angle of the ear had been angled backwards during the revision to give a more natural position. There is still lack of skin in this area but the appearance around the ears has been improved.
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Revisionary Facelift Case Study 5

This lady had a facelift many years previously elsewhere. She had well positioned scars and the scars simply needed to be reopened. A full face and neck lift was performed to lift the internal structures of the face. The neck has also been tightened to help volumise the face.
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Revisionary Facelift Case Study 4

This lady has previously had a facelift performed elsewhere. The previous surgeon removed skin only under local anaesthetic. The increased tension on the skin closure tends to drag the ear lobe down and create what is termed a pixie defect of the earlobe where the ear blends with the face. The skin had been raised … Continued
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Revisionary Facelift Case Study 3

This lady has previously had a facelift performed elsewhere. The previous surgeon removed skin only under local anaesthetic. In this scenario the increased tension in the lower face often leads to pressure on the underlying structures in this area and over time the tissue under this area thins and atrophies. Unfortunately this leads to a … Continued
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Revisionary Facelift Case Study 2

This lady has previously had a neck lift performed elsewhere and the previous incisions can be seen preoperatively. In order to improve the neck one must open up the face and perform a vertical lift of the jowl and retightening of the platysma muscle. In this case it was not necessary to perform any surgery … Continued
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Revisionary Facelift Case Study 1

This lady has had a previous facelift performed elsewhere many years ago and has been referred for revisionary facelifting. She is currently been taking oral steroids and the pros and cons of revisionary facelifting need to be discussed and all other options explored. With oral steroids patients often develop increased fullness in the jowls and … Continued
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