The KalosLift Facelift

When it comes to choosing a surgeon and a method for a facelift, you obviously want the very best available. You do not want to look “overdone” or experience results that do not last. With this in mind Dr. Benjamin C. Stong has developed the KalosLift Facelift, the most advanced surgical facelift available, and it is only found at Kalos Facial Plastic Surgery, LLC.

Dr. Benjamin C. Stong is a dual board certified facial plastic surgeon whose credentials, training and experience put him at the top of his field. In his years of practice since completing his education and training, Dr. Stong has created advanced, innovative techniques to improve the results of surgical enhancements, especially in facelifts.

In fact Dr. Stong is the only surgeon in the Atlanta area, and one of the few across the country, to offer the gold standard in facelifts: the deep plane facelift. In the field of facial plastic surgery, the deep plane facelift (or composite rhytidectomy), is considered the premier facelift technique. Delivering the best results possible, it can result in patients looking 15 years younger, or more.

And with careful attention to detail, study and experience, Dr. Stong has now taken the deep plane facelift procedure and optimized it even further by adding his own advanced techniques.

The KalosLift addresses what is called the superficial musculo aponeurotic system (or SMAS). It not only lifts the neck and lower cheek and jawline but also the upper cheek or midface region. This creates a more comprehensive, natural result versus a “pulled” or stretched look that results from only tightening the skin or through less comprehensive SMAS techniques.

Elevating the skin and SMAS together to reduce sagging jowls, neck tissue and nasolabial folds results in a softer, more natural appearance. Even though they might advertise that they perform the deep plane facelift, in reality few plastic surgeons have the necessary training or experience.

The personalized techniques that make the KalosLift superior include:

  • Smaller incisions. Dr. Stong uses mini facelift incisions that are smaller than the incisions commonly used in other facelifts to reduce scarring and hide evidence of surgery.
  • Extended midface/upper cheek dissection. Other facelifts only address the jowls and neck while the KalosLift and deep plane facelift addresses the upper cheek with a midface dissection. The KalosLift extends the upper cheek and midface dissection further than a traditional deep plane facelift. This results in better improvement in the upper cheeks by lifting and softening of the midface region more especially, the nasolabial folds. The KalosLift simply releases more of the midface region using a more advanced deep plane facelift for better results.
  • Smoother neck. The KalosLift improves the neck more significantly than a standard deep plane facelift to create a tighter, more defined appearance. This is because the KalosLift includes a platysma repositioning procedure which elevates the platysma muscle in the neck, releasing it from the deep neck structures, and resuspends it for a better, more natural neck result.

The KalosLift facelift offers a more natural appearance, reduced scarring and long-lasting results. The downtime and recovery are on par with the best techniques used for any mini facelift in the world, with exceptionally better results.

If you have been considering a facelift to reverse the appearance of aging, choose only the best for your procedure.

Contact Kalos Facial Plastic Surgery, LLC today to schedule your consultation with Dr. Benjamin C. Stong and learn more about our exclusive KalosLift for the most advanced results available in facelifts.

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Kalos Facial Plastic Surgery, LLC
5670 Peachtree Dunwoody Rd NE, Suite 910
Atlanta , GA 30342
404-963-6665
A Top Atlanta Plastic Surgeon 2017
  • Double Board Certified, Fellowship Trained
  • Dr. Stong has successfully completed OVER 100 facelifts in his career
  • He performs OVER 40 Rhinoplasties per year
  • Dr. Stong completes OVER 30 Mohs skin cancer reconstructions a month

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