What might happen if you delay or don’t have deep plane facelift surgery?

We asked Mrinal Supriya what might happen if you don’t have a deep plane facelift

Laura Livesey: A lot of people have said to me that they’ve considered various treatments. They might talk about it at a dinner party, for years, but maybe don’t go on to do it. What is the danger of not moving ahead? Or, is there any danger of not moving forward with having a deep plane facelift?

Mrinal Supriya: The key thing to remember is facelift is a lifestyle surgery. It is not a life-saving surgery. In that sense, there isn’t a medical, or a clinical, urgency to have it done.

Almost all the patients that have had a facelift under my care come back and say that they wish they had the surgery much sooner.

They wish they wouldn’t have waited for so long because having the facelift would have given them the confidence to face personal, professional, or social circumstances with much more vigour and happiness…

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They regret the time that they have lost while making up their mind, all because of fear of the outcome from facelift surgery.

The critical thing here is to remember that it is lifestyle surgery. If you get it done by an experienced surgeon, in an appropriate manner, it will give you the confidence to go out and enjoy your professional and social life in a much more fulfilling and meaningful way.

Read more about deep plane facelift

I’m an expert in this area and have all of the answers to any questions you might have. However, If you’d like to continue learning about facelifts, open up the toggles below to read more.

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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