What are some of the latest techniques in facial plastic surgery?

Mrinal Supriya discusses the latest techniques in facial plastic surgery

Laura Livesey: Today we’re going to look at the different types of facelift techniques that exist. Can you tell us about the latest techniques in facial plastic surgery?

Mrinal Supriya: If you look at the history of facelifts, the old techniques involved pulling up the skin. After a decade of analysis, surgeons realized that it gave an artificial wind tunnel look, and the results were not sustained in the long run.

That gave a need to look at alternative techniques. And in combination, there were a lot of anatomical studies.

Nowadays the consensus is that if you address the main areas, which lead to sagging of the face, and the aged, tired, emaciated look, you get a much better outcome. And therefore, we developed the deep plane facelift

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The deep plane facelift addresses the main areas, which are the muscles, and the ligaments of your face, which slacken and droop with time. This solves the underlying problem, which leads to the aged appearance of your face.

When you have a deep plane facelift, what we do is we go under the muscle, and we remove the ligaments so that we can reposition the muscle layer, in the younger, more youthful placement. At the end of it, you have a much more natural appearance where your skin does not feel tight.

At the end of the surgery, you feel more natural, you look more energetic, and the results last for decades, if not forever.

The latest technique would be, having a very good quality, deep plane facelift.

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Here is an interesting abstract about the benefits of the deep plane facelift incision entry points compared to other facelifts. Click here for more information.

Here is a general overview of the deep plane facelift treatment. Click here for more information.

The American Society of Plastic Surgeons wrote a great post regarding deep plane facelifts and how patients look five years after treatment. Click here for more information

The American Society of Plastic Surgeons has provided a brief history of the facelift procedure and the various treatment options available. Click here for more information.

About the expert

Mr Mrinal Supriya | Facial Cosmetic Surgeon

FRCS (OTOL-HNS), MRCS Ed, DO-HNS, MS in ENT, MBBS

Mr Mrinal Supriya is a Consultant ENT Head and Neck Surgeon with a special interest in facial cosmetic surgery. He is among 30 cosmetic surgeons who are members of the Royal College of Surgeons’ voluntary registration scheme – a professional body that works to advance surgical practice and patient care.

Mr Surpriya has previously worked in top hospitals around the world including the UK, Australia and the USA. He has also spent time with Dr Andrew Jacono who has been named one of the top plastic surgeons in the USA.

In the UK, Mr Supriya has worked as an ENT Consultant at Northampton General Hospital & St. George’s University Hospital, London as well as Ninewells University Hospital, Dundee.

Mr. Supriya’s clinical interests are minimal-access facial cosmetic procedures with a further expertise in Deep Plane Facelift and Rhinoplasty. By focusing his cosmetic practice solely to the face, Mr Supriya has developed super-specialised skills and achieved extremely reliable results with high patient satisfaction.

Mr. Supriya is able to provide comprehensive expertise that can only come from super specialisation: eyelid rejuvenation, nose job, endoscopic brow, face and neck lift, lip rejuvenation, cheek rejuvenation, ear surgery, chin surgery, buccal fat pad resection and skin treatments.

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