Revision Facelift (Secondary Facelift)
Undergoing a face lift is a very personal decision. When done properly the results can improve your self confidence as well as your overall appearance. However, there are times when it is necessary to undergo a tuck up procedure. This can be as a result of the aging process or sometimes a result of the development of tell tale signs of a previous face lift. There are certainly ways to minimize these signs but even the best designed plans may not be sufficient for an aberrant healing process.
In either situation a tuck up procedure, also known as a revision rhytidectomy, may be an excellent option. When performed as a result of the aging process continuing, the work required to restore the previous result is not as extensive and therefore not as expensive. When performed as part of a revision for the signs of a face lift done elsewhere the work required depends on what was performed previously. Regardless of the reason, Dr. Guy is skilled in revision rhytidectomy. The best plan for you can be discussed at the time of your consultation.