There are many reasons why someone would look in to having a Deep Plane Facelift and both men and women alike are looking to restore a more youthful and less wrinkles look and that is exactly what you can expect to achieve when you have a deep plane facelift. Sadly, we are all susceptible to the effects of getting older and aging, this can be most noticeable as your skin will become to be looser and everything will look like it is being pulled down. Things that you may become aware of around your facial area is the drooping of your cheeks and jowls and the loss of definition to your jawline and it may begin to blend in with your neck. This does not have to be of great concern to you though because the deep plane facelift can help to address these areas by releasing a few tension points and lifting the skin and muscle layers in your face to try and get the most natural results. By releasing the tension in the facial muscles, it means that the finishing result will have less of a pulled look and helps to improve healing. The deep plane facelift will restore and enhance any natural volume that you have in your cheeks and will redefine your jawline, which is different to some of the other facelift techniques that can be used. However, the deep plane facelift is not an easy surgery to perform, and it requires extensive training on the part of the surgeon that will be carrying out your deep plane facelift. This will require on your part that you spend time finding a surgeon that has dedicated their time and energy into carrying out this training so you can be sure that you are receiving the absolute best quality deep plane facelift procedure that is available.
Having the deep plane facelift will provide a huge improvement to the deep folds that you may have between your cheek and your lip, this is more commonly known as the melobial folds. Sometimes though, you may be required to have a laser treatment on certain wrinkles due to them not always being caused by loose skin, but this can be done at the same time as your deep plane facelift, and you will see the results together once you have fully recovered from your surgery. As for your recovery from a deep plane facelift, it will differ from person to person. As a general recovery from a deep plane facelift, you should expect that the recovery time will be around 10 to 14 days for most. The dressings are usually removed the day after you have had your surgery and then the sutures are removed in a more staggered fashion, some from 5 days after surgery and others from 10 to 12 days after your surgery. At 14 days though, as much as you will have made a recovery you should expect that the incisions that were made during your procedure will still need months to fully heal.