Lifting de l'ovale du visage à Paris 8 - Dr Hayot, chirurgien esthétique

Mini-lifting

Aeging is visible through the loss of volume in the face combined with a sagging of the skin. To counter the undesired effects of aging, (without resorting to an 1980s-style face lift which stretches the face too far), I propose a mini facelift for the lower part of the face, which guarantees my patients the most natural possible result.

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Dr Hayot, chirurgien et médecin esthétique à Paris 8

A Word from Doctor Hayot

« A mini facelift for the facial contours and the neck is a surgical procedure that consists of tightening the different structures which have slackened as a result of aging.
I sculpt the contours of the face by lifting the tissue upwards (vertical rise). This procedure is performed under anaesthetic and in the operating room.

With the lower mini facelift (cervico-facial lift), post-operative effects are minimal and my patients can go back to their normal activity after one week. A little bruising may appear around the neck which can easily be hidden with a scarf or make-up.»

How does the lower part of the face age ?

Aging, in the lower part of the face is evident through sagging skin. For example, the eyebrow falls towards the eyelid, and the cheek falls towards the jowl…..
The purpose of the mini facelift, (also known as easy lift), is to reposition the face’s sagging structures and try to return them to their original form.

By combining a mini facelift with lipostructure (fat transfer, for the upper part of the face) alongside eyelid surgery and hyaluronic acid injections, I aim to achieve maximum results

Advantages

  • No visible scars.
  • Skin detachment is minimal and the nerve is not uncovered during the procedure so there is little risk of facial paralysis.
  • The incisions traced around and in front of the ear follow the nayural ear shape.
  • No incision is made in the hair. This is to ensure that the hairline stays in its natural position.

Practical information

  • Anaesthetic : potentiated local (neuroleptanalgesy)
  • Length of the procedure : one hour.
  • Hospitalization : ambulatory
  • Downtime : 7 to 10 days

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