4 Benefits of the Extended Deep Plane Facelift

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The most natural, longest-lasting approach to a facelift is the extended deep plane facelift. The extended deep plane facelift offers a variety of benefits that other facelift procedures simply cannot provide. Keep reading to learn more, and schedule a consultation at Harmon Facial Plastic Surgery in Cincinnati.

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Restores the Natural Position and Volume of Drooping Cheeks

Unlike other facelift techniques, the extended deep plane facelift restores and enhances natural volume to the cheeks. This reduces or eliminates the need to place additional volume in the cheeks with fat or filler.

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Restores the Natural Definition, Length, and Volume of the Jawline

Unlike other facelift techniques, the extended deep plane facelift redefines the entire length of the jawline and restores youthful volume to the corner of the jaw.

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Tension-Free Lift

One important difference between the extended deep plane facelift and older approaches is that the extended deep plane facelift releases multiple tension points and lifts both the skin and muscle layers of the face at the most natural anatomic angle, neither too vertical nor too horizontal. This allows a much more natural result and prevents the "pulled" appearance that can sometimes occur with other approaches.

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Improved Healing

The tension-free approach to the extended deep plane facelift significantly improves skin healing and reduces the appearance of incisions when compared with older approaches to face lifting.

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If you are interested in the benefits of an extended deep plane facelift, schedule a consultation with Dr. Harmon at Harmon Facial Plastic Surgery in Cincinnati. Reach out today to schedule.

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This blog post is for educational purposes only and does not constitute direct medical advice. It is essential that you have a consultation with a qualified medical provider prior to considering any treatment. This will allow you the opportunity to discuss any potential benefits, risks, and alternatives to the treatment.