The aging of the facial skin is a result of different processes.
Progressive loss of volume occurs at the bottom of the subcutaneous fat.
In addition, the skin dries out and changes its structure, fine wrinkles and grooves will also occur.
The working of the muscles creates deeper wrinkles and grooves eg on the forehead.
The skin becomes more lax and less elastic, under the influence of gravity it increases the chances of creating a double chin.
Previously, an extensive facelift was the only arrow on the surgeon’s arch, the current MACS lift usually leads to the same result through a limited invisible incision just before the ear, and it’s associated with fewer complications and work lost.