What Are the Benefits of a Mid Face Lift?

Facelift (Rhytidectomy) Chicago, IL When it comes to diving into the fountain of youth to help you look more youthful for longer, Dr. Gregory Wiener has several surgical and nonsurgical tools to help you achieve that look. If you have started to notice hollowness in your upper cheeks, prominent nasolabial folds, or bags under your eyes, then he may recommend a surgical procedure called a mid-face lift. Unlike a traditional facelift that is used to correct fine lines and wrinkles across the entire face, a mid facelift focuses on the eyes and cheekbones. But other than helping you look a little more youthful, what are the benefits of a mid facelift?

Recovery Is Easier

Some surgeons use traditional facelift methods during a mid facelift, but here at our office, Dr. Wiener uses endoscopic facelift techniques which mean that it’s a lot less invasive, recovery is easier, and the incisions are a lot smaller.

Long Lasting Results

Even though fillers and Botox are great at doing their job, they do require a little bit of upkeep. In fact, Botox only lasts an average of 3-6 months which means that you’ll have to get injections done around three times per year. With a mid facelift, we won’t be able to give you permanent results but results will last much longer than with an injectable.

Real Results

In addition to getting long-lasting results from a mid facelift, our patients also get real results. In fact, you will notice the results right away but they will only get better as the swelling and bruising fade away.

If a mid-face lift sounds like something that you are interested in then schedule your consultation at our Chicago office today and give us a call at (773) 763-3990.

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