Rejuvenates the central section of the face from the lower eyelid to the upper lip, by repositioning sagging tissues and enhancing the volume of soft tissue that is lost in the midface with age, sun exposure, and gravity.
The procedure takes approximately one to two hours.
General anesthesia or intravenous sedation and local anesthesia are used.
May be either depending upon whether other procedures are being performed at the same time
Possible Side Effects:
Temporary swelling, numbness, weakness of facial muscles or dry eyes
Risks of Midface lift:
Infection, persistent swelling, persistent dry eyes, permanent muscle weakness or areas of permanent numbness are possible.
The patient may resume work in seven to fourteen days. More strenuous activities may be resumed after three weeks.
Midface lift Results:
The results are usually permanent.