What is a superiosteal facelift?

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A subperiosteal facelift is a technique that works mainly on the upper 2/3’s of the face. This procedure elevates the soft tissues of the cheeks and forehead below the level of the soft tissue just above the bone. Commonly this is performed with an endoscope, a small camera, to assist with the dissection. It does not treat the neck directly. Back to Questions  

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