If you’re considering a facelift but most of your area of concern involves the cheek area, a high SMAS facelift may be perfect for you.
What’s the difference between a high SMAS facelift and a traditional facelift?
A traditional facelift only corrects the lower third of the face and the superficial loose skin, whereas a high SMAS facelift lifts the tissue from a deeper level, creating a more natural and rejuvenated appearance. A traditional facelift can pull the skin and mouth backward, creating an unnatural flattening of the contours of the face. A high SMAS facelift resuspends the soft tissues in a more vertical direction while restoring volume to the cheeks.