Marietta Facelift Surgery
What is your perception of a successful facelift surgery? If you equate natural, long-lasting improvements that make you look years younger with the results you desire from a facelift, you are not alone. Unfortunately, not all facelift surgeries obtain these results. At Kalos Facial Plastic Surgery, LLC, our experienced surgeon, Dr. Benjamin Stong, has a stellar reputation for achieving outstanding results for our patients undergoing facelift surgery in the Marietta and Atlanta area.
Rhytidectomy, or facelift surgery, has evolved over the years, but not all surgeons are trained or experienced in the latest advances in this complicated procedure. Dr. Ben Stong has extensive experience in using the most advanced techniques to create soft, natural results for our patients that do not look overdone or “fake.” In addition, these precise methods can shorten recovery time and hide scarring for an improved overall experience.
Traditional facelifts lifted the skin upward to combat the sagging skin that occurs with age. While this can give patients a more youthful appearance initially, it does not address the other tissue under the skin that also can drop lower and droop. Advanced surgical techniques in the facelift field shift not only the skin but the underlying tissue to an elevated position that reveals a more youthful appearance. These deep plane techniques are a specialty of Dr. Stong, one of the few surgeons in the country to perfect this advanced procedure and other techniques that offer the best results for facelift surgeries.
Benefits of Composite Rhytidectomies
Composite rhytidectomy, or deep plane facelifts, utilize exacting methods to carefully move the Subcutaneous Musculo-Aponeurotic System (SMAS) and the skin to a higher, more youthful position on the face. Using minute incisions, the tissue and skin are elevated higher in the midface region. This involves the areas around the mouth, nose and upper cheeks. The SMAS and skin stay connected as they are shifted, which results in a more natural final appearance.
Deep plane facelifts offer several benefits over the traditional facelift that only addresses the skin. The results look more natural, not “overdone” like traditional facelifts that can look artificial. Also, the results last much longer; some traditional facelifts can revert quickly since only the skin was moved, not the tissue underneath. Other benefits are smaller incisions for less scarring and a quicker recovery time for the patient. All around, the deep plane facelift we offer at Kalos offers better results for our patients.
Why Choose Dr. Benjamin Stong?
Not all facelift surgeries are the same, nor are the surgeons that perform them. Dr. Benjamin Stong has the experience and credentials you should be asking for when looking for a plastic surgeon in the Marietta area. He has undergone extensive education and Fellowship training to be dual board certified and learn the latest techniques like composite rhytidectomy. He has proven results evident in our many satisfied patients that have undergone facelifts and other complicated cosmetic procedures at our office.
Dr. Stong is experienced in performing many different types of facelift surgeries to get the desired results for our patients. Every patient is unique – there is not one cookie-cutter procedure that will fit everyone. Dr. Stong will take the time to discuss what your expectations are and give you options to achieve those results. Many patients combine other procedures with their facelift to obtain a more youthful appearance or change features that have made them self-conscious in the past. With Dr. Stong’s extensive training and experience, you can be assured you will get results that meet and exceed your expectations.
If you are ready to start your journey to a more youthful appearance, contact Kalos Facial Plastic Surgery today to schedule your facelift consultation at our office near Marietta.
*Disclaimer: These Are Actual Results For Patients Of Dr. Benjamin Stong. Plastic & Cosmetic Surgery Results Can Vary Between Patients.